- 2.2 m
- 0.7 m
- Tax Status
- Tax Paid
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
- Engine Make
- Engine Count
- United Kingdom
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About this Yamaha Superjet Race
High-performance 2-stroke engineThe SuperJet is powered by a high-performance, two-cylinder, 701cc Yamaha engine. Two 38mm Mikuni® carburretors feed this world-class power plant, providing excellent throttle response throughout the total RPM range. Loop-charged combustion helps to distribute fuel/air mixture evenly for better combustion, performance and fuel economy.
Lightweight, deep-strake hull with wide front sectionPerfectly balanced for hard cornering and straight-line speed, the SuperJet's lightweight, deep-strake hull features moulded-in sponsons. Positioned forward on the craft, they increase the wetted surface area of the hull. This allows the craft to turn more easily while also making the SuperJet more stable.
Optimised intake duct pump and ride-plate positionTo increase dynamic stability and straight-line running performance within the limited space of the hull, the ride plate is positioned far aft - effectively lengthening the waterline. The pump itself is also positioned far aft, providing stable pump performance even in choppy water.
Hyper-Flow jet pump and adjustable steering nozzleThe SuperJet 144mm Hyper-Flow jet pump propulsion system is designed to maximise water flow for high performance. The SuperJet pump configuration provides excellent hook-up and smooth acceleration.
Race-developed stainless steel impellerThe SuperJet's stainless steel impeller was developed with the feedback from racers. Fluid analysis technology was used to realise its super-efficient, high-performance design - a design that delivers superior acceleration and speed.
Spring-assisted steering poleThe spring assisted steering pole and handlebars have been specially designed to provide a riding position that allows you to get the most out of the SuperJet - a machine built for winning. The result is a forward-leaning riding position that always puts riders in the most ideal stance for competition.
|Cockpit Type||Jet Ski|
|Engine Location||Inboard engine|