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2011 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X First Ride Photo Gallery
The ’11 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X is surprisingly agile for a 1000-plus pound boat.
Look at photos of Kawasaki's fastest and most powerful production Jet Ski in the world. Will Team Green’s flagship personal watercraft live up to the hype? Read the
2011 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X First Ride
The ’11 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X features new front end styling for a more contemporary look. We say it looks like a shark on land.
The ’11 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X pictured in Ebony / Sunbeam Red.
The ’11 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X features the same Eaton TVS supercharger as used in the 638 horsepower Corvette ZR1 sports car.
Electronic trim allows the rider to alter the ski’s angle of attack based on water conditions or personal preference.
Updated instrumentation is easy-to-read at a glance.
The right-hand side handlebar houses the five mph speed limiter (for use in No Wake zones) as well as cruise control.
Kawasaki designers have done a fantastic job styling the new Jet Ski Ultra 300X.
As Waheed demonstrates it’s impossible not to be smiling when you’re riding Kawasaki Jet Skis.
Steering effort is minimal and the 300X will surprise you with its agility.
The 300X’s hull hold’s a line well when cornering, never turning more or less than what the rider inputs into the handlebar.
The 300X is virtually unsinkable and features an automatic bilge system to purge water from the inside of the hull during submarine maneuvers.
The handlebars feature a five-way adjustable tilt. We preferred the highest setting for both stand-up and sit down riding.
The ’11 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X features a humongous storage compartment beneath the front hood.
The retractable rear boarding step makes it easy to remount the ski if you’re in the water.
The ’11 Kawasaki Ultra Jet Ski 300X is powered by a water-cooled and fuel-injected 1498cc supercharged Inline-Four four-stroke engine.
One of the best things about riding Jet Skis is that it usually doesn’t hurt when you crash.
If you’re looking for the hardest accelerating production personal watercraft on the market look no further than the $14,499 ’11 Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 300X.
Splashing in the water aboard the '11 Kawasaki Ultra Jet Ski 300X.
One of the best features of the 300X is the ability to take two passengers along for the ride.
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