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Kawasaki Jet Ski® Ultra® LX

A Luxurious 3-Passenger Water Rocket with JETSOUND™!

The Kawasaki Jet Ski® ULTRA® LX personal watercraft (PWC) gives experienced enthusiasts exactly what they want: the ultimate combination of class-leading power, precise handling and superior luxury.

Ultra LX’s deluxe appointments are obvious: substantial chromed trim pieces, a special paint scheme and Kawasaki’s heat-resistant three-passenger LXuryseat are standard equipment on the Ultra LX. As before, the Ultra LX maintains its top-rank position as the standard in luxury watercraft with the JETSOUND™ audio system as a standard LX feature. JETSOUND allows riders to listen to their favorite music while touring their favorite waterways!

Features may include:
  • JETSOUND™ audio system, a first in personal watercraft, allows riders to listen to music while riding
  • Contoured and scalloped three-passenger LXuryseat offers the ultimate in comfort for long-distance touring or casual riding, whether riding stand-up solo, seated or with passengers
  • The industry’s first heat-resistant seat cover helps keep the rider and passengers cooler on hot days
  • Hydroturf® striped pattern deck matting provides classy looks and superior grip
  • Supercharged DOHC inline four-cylinder engine produces a staggering horsepower
  • Impeller features a 3-blade design that gives the X strong initial acceleration
  • Strong and light, the LX’s deep-V hull offers superb straight-line tracking and precise cornering performance
  • Industry-leading, gallon storage capacity lets you bring your gear with you
  • gallon fuel tank is the largest in its class, providing tremendous range for long rides
  • Left-side reverse lever is ergonomically designed for easy operation

Highlights

  • $17,
  • Ellsworth, Maine
  • Kawasaki
  • Jet Ski&#; Ultra&#; LX Base
  • Supercharged and intercooled, four-stroke, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, inline four-cylinder
  • Available

Specifications

  • Kawasaki
  • Jet Ski® Ultra® LX
  • Base
  • 3-Passenger
  • Supercharged and intercooled, four-stroke, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, inline four-cylinder
  • 1, cc
  • 83 mm
  • mm
  • Eaton Twin Vortices Series roots-type supercharger with air-to-water intercooler
  • psi
  • Inducted water
  • Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®)
  • TCBI with Digital Advance
  • Electric
  • mm jet pump, axial-flow, single stage
  • Three-blade, oval-edge stainless steel
  • 1, lbs.
  • Semi-Dry Sump system
  • Direct drive from engine
  • qt.
  • gal.
  • lbs.
  • 56 gal.
  • 3 Person
  • in.
  • in.
  • in.
  • Ebony / Candy Lime Green
  • 12 Month Limited Warranty
  • 12, 24, 36 or 48 months
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Kawasaki Jet Ski® Ultra® X SE

High-Performance Seating and Aggressive Styling Sets This Watercraft Apart

As innovators for the personal watercraft (PWC) industry for four decades, Kawasaki surprised the entire personal watercraft industry when it debuted the Jet Ski Ultra X watercraft in Now, the Kawasaki Jet Ski® Ultra® X SE watercraft continues to best the PWC competition with its top-of-the-line features and innovation.

The Jet Ski Ultra X SE is finished in Ebony and Candy Burnt Orange that includes an aggressive competition-style graphics kit as well as a comfortable sport seat in this Special Edition package.

Features may include:
  • Supercharged DOHC inline four-cylinder engine produces a staggering hp1
  • Eaton TVS constant-displacement supercharger and liquid-cooled intercooler provide instant and consistent boost for outstanding performance throughout the rev range
  • Impeller features a three-blade design that gives the X great initial acceleration
  • Strong and light, the X’s deep-V hull offers superb straight-line tracking and precise cornering performance
  • Instrumentation includes a fuel consumption function, boost meter scale, riding modes, external water and air temperature, clock, time, trip and hour meters, tachometer (in digital or graph displays), speedometer and max speed functions
  • Industry-leading, gallon storage capacity lets you bring your gear with you
  • gallon fuel tank is the largest in its class, providing tremendous range for long rides
  • Separate keys for full power operation and Smart Learning Operation

Highlights

  • $15,
  • Cocoa, Florida
  • Kawasaki
  • Jet Ski&#; Ultra&#; X SE
  • Supercharged and intercooled, four-stroke, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, inline four-cylinder
  • Available

Specifications

  • Kawasaki
  • Jet Ski® Ultra® X
  • SE
  • 3-Passenger
  • Supercharged and intercooled, four-stroke, DOHC, four valves per cylinder, inline four-cylinder
  • 1, cc
  • 83 mm
  • mm
  • Eaton Twin Vortices Series roots-type supercharger with air-to-water intercooler
  • psi
  • Inducted water
  • Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®)
  • TCBI with Digital Advance
  • Electric
  • mm jet pump, axial-flow, single stage
  • Three-blade, oval-edge stainless steel
  • 1, lbs.
  • Semi-Dry Sump system
  • Direct drive from engine
  • qt.
  • gal.
  • lbs.
  • 56 gal.
  • 3 Person
  • in.
  • in.
  • in.
  • Ebony / Candy Burnt Orange
  • 12 Month Limited Warranty
  • 12, 24, 36 or 48 months
Sours: https://www.skypowersportscocoa.com/default.asp?page=xPrintInvDetail&tid=&unit=-Kawasaki-Jet-SkiUltraX-Cocoa-Florida-id
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&#;Hope springs eternal.&#; At least so says essayist Alexander Pope. But it would seem never more so than for those loyal to Kawasaki. The brand has possibly one of the most devout followings in the realm of personal watercraft. Many wear their &#;Team Green&#; colors with pride, happily going to the defense against haters and naysayers. Even as Kawasaki&#;s presence in the sport has dwindled, those who bleed green continue to do so with aplomb.

Last year, their loyalty was rewarded with two new Ultra models (the X Special Edition and the offshore-specific R), as well as a completely reworked powertrain, which radically reduced internal engine temperatures by improving semi-dry sump oiling, cooling and fuel consumption, all of which freed up an additional 10 horsepower over the previous model&#;s ponies. Comically, the horsepower number is almost superfluous, as no other manufacturer nears such a colossal power output.

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For those equipped with the Twin Vorticies Roots-style Eaton supercharger, optimized fuel economy is still a long ways away. Pressing pounds of boost through the dual-cam 1,cc plant to the redesigned compression pistons, the Ultra produces an impressive 1,pounds of thrust through the mm pump. By no means will the Ultra X be confused for a dainty fuel-sipper.

Of course, the Kawasaki&#;s Ultra lineup is much more than the powerplant beneath its seat. Of which, two new seats were introduced last year that continue for ; a narrowed, high traction race seat on the R and X SE, and a heavily bolstered, scalloped LXury bench with the industry’s first heat-resistant covering.

These attributes helped Kawasaki pick up a bit of market share in , as the brand witnessed a much-needed uptick in sales alongside rivals Yamaha and Sea-Doo who saw percentages climb into the double digits.

The brand has been nothing but enthusiastic about the offshore racing community&#;s adoption of the Ultra. This past July&#;s Long Beach-to-Catalina Offshore Championship witnessed a 9-out-of sweep of the Top 10, with Kawasaki Ultra Xs comprising the top podium spots there as well as in Guadalupe Island&#;s KaruJet Championship and Russia&#;s Russki JetRacer Offshore event.

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Brandishing an extraordinary (and class leading) 56 gallons of storage, Hydro-Turf traction mats and its signature Deep-V hull helps the Ultra to remain as the weapon of choice of rough water and open ocean riders worldwide, as well as cruisers and recreational riders alike.

For the Ultra, Kawasaki&#;s flagship, it&#;s been a slow evolution: introduced the Ultra X hull and supercharged L powerhouse; ushered Kawasaki into the modern age of digital throttle control, electronic trim, fuel economy software and cruise control, as well as some improvements to hull design; and gave us a stronger, more efficient powerplant. Unfortunately, won&#;t be bringing us anything too new apart from a few new colors and some new decals.

Thankfully retail prices also remain untouched for the new year, after &#;s across-the-board increase. Last year, unofficial production numbers had Kawasaki producing limited runs of the R, SE and LX models at just over units. No word has yet to be said in regards to increasing these numbers for the new year, but knowing that dealers are thankfully free of flooring, more this year than in years past, we extrapolate that the Lincoln, Nebraska plant will maintain the status quo.

Carryovers from the previous year include the same paint for the R, with only new &#;bold new graphics&#; (or BNG) and an odd addition of iridescent green sponsons for the R model only. The sponsons are otherwise identical to all other models apart from their eye-scorching hue. The R also keeps its two-tone hood and cowling paint scheme with a silver belt-line replacing last year&#;s blue. The KX motocross-style electro-polished stainless steel handlebars mated to an adjustable solid handlebar mount remain unchanged as well.

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Much of Kawasaki&#;s LX success can be attributed to the innovative Jetsounds on-board stereo system exclusive to the LX, which, although left many of media pundits questioning, was a homerun for those wanting more luxury from their luxury PWC.

As for the opulent $17, LX, it too retains its Ebony and Candy Lime Green livery and popular Jetsounds system as well. We hoped for a more luxurious (read: sedate) hue for the new year, but given last year&#;s limited run, its understandable that many of the plastics and seat covers would carry over. The aforementioned LXury seat is both thickly bolstered and a wide and supple saddle that staves off heat thanks to its proprietary heat resistant material.

The remaining four units received entirely new color arrangements for , namely the X, X Special Edition, LX and STXF. Revealed early last week in some spy photos, the all-new Ebony and Metallic Phantom Silver scheme for the X is very attractive, but it&#;s the Ebony and Candy Burnt Orange paint on the X Special Edition that drew our attention most.

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Similar to the hue found on Kawasaki&#;s Teryx4 LE, the Candy Burnt Orange is a nice departure from the black-and-green choices thus far. Of course, the SE is mechanically identical to the rest of the lineup, but steals the sporty seat from the R.

Literally unchanged since &#;s revision, the Ultra LX shares the same Phantom Silver paint as the X, and even features the same shape of the LXury seat (without the heat resistant material), but carries none of the powertrain upgrades introduced last year. Even electronic throttle control, trim, ECO mode, and cruise control are absent.

And of course, the once flagship STXF is now slogging through its twelfth year completely unchanged apart from new colors and decals, this year returning to Lime Green. The STX surprised many with a spike in sales in , but many attributed this to heavy discounts and rebates being offered on the one-time World Finals contender.

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Almost completely unchanged over a decade, the STXF remains as Kawasaki&#;s constant in its lineup, receiving only minor tweaks to coloring and decals year after year.

This year is a testament to Kawasaki&#;s policy of producing a solid product and playing it safe, letting the word of mouth do most of the talking. There are few who will contend the Ultra&#;s prowess in the rough, and none will protest Kawasaki&#;s claim to the throne as King of Horsepower. But, what lacks in this year&#;s lineup is palpable: optimism. While Kawasaki keeps its head low, Yamaha and Sea-Doo are the ones charging the bunkers on the hill, introducing a wide swathe of new products, innovations and technology.

We look forward to another year of increased sales and growth for , and can&#;t help but hope for what new innovations and models will bring. Because that&#;s what us Kawi fans do.

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Pumping a little more flair into the base-model X, Kawasaki gave the &#;X&#; a whole new paint scheme of Ebony & Metallic Phantom Silver with some very attention-grabbing Kawasaki Green highlights found in the bond rail insert and graphics.


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Kawasaki Jet Ski STXF Key Features:

  • hp³ engine is the most powerful in its price range
  • Digital Fuel Injection (DFI®) provides smooth performance and excellent fuel economy
  • Hull design facilitates sporty handling
  • Digital instrumentation includes a speedometer, tachometer and fuel gauge
  • Class-leading storage lets you take all your gear with you

Kawasaki Jet Ski STXF Features and Benefits:

Powertrain

The STXF proudly carries the heart of a Ninja® motorcycle.Derived from Kawasaki’s class-leading Ninja ZX™R sportbike, its 1,cc engine delivers plenty of low- and mid-range torque while generating an impressive hp².

The engine blends the best of both worlds by delivering snappy performance with excellent fuel economy and low emissions. In fact, the STXF has earned a Three-Star Ultra-Low Emissions rating from the California Air Resources Board, and meets the Environmental Protection Agency’s strictest standards.

Dual overhead camshafts, four-valves-per-cylinder and Digital Fuel Injection provide maximum performance and reliability. A four-injector fuel injection system combined with a large 60mm throttle body delivers quick responses to rider inputs. The STXF’s four-stroke engine is rubber mounted to isolate vibration, and features a performance-tuned exhaust as well as a large-capacity airbox.

Propulsion System

Propulsion duties are handled by a direct-drive, axial-flow jet pump driving an oval-edge, stainless steel, three-blade mm impeller for powerful acceleration. Tuned to produce its peak power at a relatively low RPM, the STXF engine matches the impeller’s peak efficiency to provide rider-friendly performance. This direct drive arrangement eliminates the need for a complex gear reduction unit and offers improved durability and increased fuel economy with less vibration and noise.

The STXF personal watercraft (PWC) also features Kawasaki’s innovative electronic Smart Learning Operation (SLO). Accessible from the instrument panel, SLO can be programmed to limit maximum engine speed so novices can experience riding at a reduced speed as they master proper techniques.

Hull Design

Aggressive turns and high-speed stability are key performance attributes of the STXF. Its specially designed injection-molded sponsons have a molded “lip” for increased cornering grip and high-speed tracking.

The STXF PWC also gets turning assistance tanks to its Kawasaki Smart Steering® (KSS®) system. KSS employs an on-board microprocessor linked to a steering sensor. When the handlebar is fully turned in either direction, and engine RPM drops below a designated setting – such as when the throttle is released at speed – the microprocessor activates the system to raise RPM and provide thrust for maneuvering. Additionally, a molded Kawasaki Splash Deflector (KSD) is incorporated into the hull to help minimize spray on the occupants.

The muscular and aggressive-looking STXF, which is available in an Ebony and Lime Green color, might be lighter and more compact than some of the competition, but its spacious riding position makes its sporty performance easier to access for a rider range of riders.

Ergonomics and Storage

The spacious rear deck of the STXF makes it easy to fit water skis or climb onto a wakeboard. An automatically retracting boarding step is located on the rear of the hull to simplify boarding when in deep water.

There is no shortage of space to stow items on the STXF. The rear deck can accommodate gear needed for a day on the water, such as a cooler. There is also a water-resistant storage compartment, an easily accessible glovebox and dditional storage space under the seat.

The hatch cover is made from resilient ABS plastic and uses a hydraulic damper to hold it open, allowing easy access until the rider closes it. The mirrors are also ABS plastic and echo the sleek lines of the Jet Ski watercraft, being mounted directly to the top deck.

A generous gallon fuel capacity allows extended rides, during which there is plenty of time to enjoy the cockpit features. These include an LCD instrument panel with fuel level, speed, engine RPM, trip distance and a clock available, with warning lamps to alert the rider of a low fuel level or high engine temperature, along with a magnetic-keyed ignition switch that helps deter unauthorized operation.

hp 1,cc Engine

  • The four-stroke engine provides strong low- and mid-range torque
  • The most powerful engine in its price range
  • Dual overhead camshafts (DOHC) are light and compact for less valvetrain inertia
  • Large valves provide better intake and exhaust flow to improve power and torque
  • Large capacity airbox cuts down engine noise and provides good intake flow
  • Intake tract designed for maximum performance
  • Digital fuel injection provides great throttle response, smooth engine performance, quick acceleration, easy starting and excellent fuel economy
  • Tip-over protection shuts the engine off if the craft tilts more than degrees
  • Waterproof ECU and ignition coils protect the ignition system from electrical shorts
  • Unique semi-dry sump oil system allows the crankshaft to be lower in the engine, eliminating the need for a scavenging pump, helping to keep the oil from flooding the crankcase if the craft is capsized
  • Kawasaki’s patented oil separator provides fail-safe venting for the crankcase and prevents oil from flowing into the intake tract if the craft capsizes
  • Has earned a Three-Star Ultra-Low Emissions rating, meeting the Environmental Protection Agency’s strictest standards, as well as the California Air Resources Board’s standards

Jet Pump and Kawasaki Smart Steering®

  • Kawasaki Smart Steering® (KSS®) monitors steering input and engine speed and, when certain conditions are met, it raises RPM to give the rider enough thrust to continue maneuvering
  • Durable three-blade oval-edge stainless steel impeller provides maximum efficiency
  • Shielded jet propulsion system offers greater protection from damage
  • Reverse bucket is designed for more precise direction control when backing and is made of injection molded material to prevent corrosion
  • Reverse increases maneuverability in tight places

Composite Hull

  • Hull size is optimized for a sporty and nimble ride
  • Injection-molded sponsons deliver ultra-responsive turning, while enhancing tracking
  • Kawasaki Splash Deflector (KSD) helps keep spray off the operator and passenger
  • Boarding step retracts automatically and eases boarding in deep water
  • Large capacity fuel tank allows more time on the water

Deck

  • Integrated storage compartments offer the largest storage capacity in its class
  • Stylish hatch cover keeps with muscular look
  • Handle position makes “stand-up” riding easier and provides ample room for a wide range of riders
  • Spacious open rear deck provides plenty of room for putting on skis or a wakeboard, as well as easy deep water boarding

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