PRICE LISTED IS MSRP - For many watercraft fans, maximum this and ultimate that aren’t always necessities. Sometimes, a high-end, high-power PWC that’s focused more on balance and efficiency is just right — and for these value- and performance-oriented enthusiasts, Kawasaki’s new-for-2012 Jet Ski® Ultra® LX may well be the perfect boat.
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New For 2012 Kawasaki’s latest deep-V hull design is lighter and stronger than before, and offers improved stability and handling More durable and higher-output 155 mm jet pump New digital LCD cockpit display is easier to read and offers more information than before 2012 version is nearly 43 pounds lighter than last year’s Ultra LX More durable con-rod bolts and crankshaft bearing inserts, and more rigid crankcases Revised Electronic Control Unit (ECU) for lower exhaust emissions 20 mm shorter steering nozzle allows lighter handling More accurate speed sensor Redesigned reverse lever and hatch lock for easier operation Key Features Stable and sporty handling in all water conditions Deep-V hull provides better grip for racing-like performance Industry-leading storage capacity lets you bring all the gear you need Largest fuel tank in class keeps the fun going longer Scalloped luxury seat enhances comfort during high-speed cruising Five-position adjustable steering adapts to a variety of riders Splash deflectors across the bottom of the bow minimize spray in a wide variety of conditions for greater rider concentration Retracting rear boarding step makes it easy to climb aboard 1,498 cc, 4-stroke Engine Strong engine provides excellent low and mid-range torque Dual overhead cams (DOHC) are light and compact for less valve train inertial mass Four large valves per cylinder provide better intake and exhaust flow for optimum torque and power