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KAWASAKI WATERCRAFT Manuals: Owners Manual, Service Repair, Electrical Wiring and Parts

Factory Original Kawasaki Watercraft Manuals

Kawasaki Watercraft is one of the leading marine manufacturers. Kawasaki Watercraft produces some of the most iconic watercraft of all time including the JS550, STX-R, Ultra 300X and Ultra 310R to name a few. Click a model from the list below or call us to purchase a factory original Kawasaki Watercraft owners, service repair, electrical wiring or parts catalog manual.

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Related Questions

What is the top speed of the Kawasaki Watercraft XI SPORT?

The top speed of the Kawasaki Watercraft XI SPORT will depend on several factors, such as the specific model year and engine configuration, and environmental factors, like water conditions and rider weight. However, the Kawasaki Watercraft XI SPORT is known for its impressive top-speed capabilities, with some models reaching speeds of up to 50-60 miles per hour or more.

What is the maximum weight capacity of the Kawasaki Watercraft?

The maximum weight capacity of the Kawasaki Watercraft will depend on the specific model and configuration. However, most models can carry up to 3 people, with a maximum weight capacity of around 500 to 600 pounds. It is important to note that exceeding the maximum weight capacity can result in decreased performance and handling and pose a safety risk.

What kind of engine does the Kawasaki Watercraft ULTRA LX have?

The Kawasaki Watercraft ULTRA LX is powered by a four-stroke engine, specifically the Kawasaki four-stroke, 4-cylinder, DOHC, 16-valve, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine. This engine can produce up to 160 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful engines available in personal watercraft. The ULTRA LX is also known for its impressive fuel efficiency, with some models capable of traveling over 100 miles on a single fuel tank.

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