We hope all you guys have a great holiday season, its been a great year!
From December 21nd through January 3th we will be open at very minimal hours and for all practical purposes closed.
All orders placed during this time will not be shipped until January 2nd 2019.
We’re offering free shipping on all orders over $50 during this time.
2018 has been a great year, and crucial year in terms of the future of Jetworks. We thank everyone who has hopped on the Jetworks train, and we excited to show you guys what we have in store for 2019! -Team Jetworks
For any urgent matters please contact JRJetworks@gmail.com
Made in Japan and used by the pro’s, these beach totes disassemble for easy transport and includes large custom spec Factory Zeros wheels and tires for easy maneuverability on the beach!
Factory Zero Ski Tote $850
And new for 2015 the RRP Freestyle Trim system was designed to allow for better control during maneuvers and tricks and it’s tight tolerances minimaize water pressure loss. Available for 144mm & 155mm Yamaha style pumps.
Also new is the updated version of the Solas Yamaha style pumps, now in 148mm sizes and still made of 100% stainless steel for a lifetime of use, even in salt water! Stator and wear ring both available in 148mm sizes to fit you new Jetworks Spec 148mm Impeller. $999.99 for the set, also sold individually.
Sea-Doo has been using the original Rotax 1503cc 4-Tec engine since 2002 slowly refining and massaging it over the years to get more power and improve reliability, but with more than a decade of use, their is no doubt it was time for an update.
The New Rotax 1630cc 300 Horsepower engine keeps the same SOHC 3 cylinder 100mm bore configuration but gains it’s displacement by an increasing the stroke by 5.8mm for a total of 69.2mm, but increasing the displacement 100cc does not create a 40hp gain but it does allow the engine to develop a stronger bottom and mid range power. The power gains come mostly from a new intercooler and super
The new Supercharger is actually smaller than the outgoing model but more efficient using a 32 blade compressor wheel and spinning faster at 47,000RPM. Sea-Coo even claims the Supercharger is maintenance free due to the improvements on the clutch system, composite style bearings, and using thicker shaft almost an inch in diameter.
Along with the bigger engine a new supercharger, Sea-Doo has made improvements on the Intercooler and cooling system making it 33% more efficient, a redesigned cylinder head, and improved electronics including the new style fuel injectors and ignition coils. All of these changes help develop 300hp.
Obviously if you plan on keeping it stock and only care about top speed, it won’t make a big difference since ALL PWC’s are have a restricted top speed (at least in North America) but after riding the new 2016 Sea-Doo RXP-X 300 and comparing it back to back with the out going 260 model, I can say the difference is definitely there especially out of sharp turns and in the mid range, but what this new Sea-Doo 1630cc really delivers is a better platform to build on when doing modifications for racing or all around fun.
Something to look out for is that for the past few years Yamaha has been dominating the Stock Class in closed course racing, but with this new engine in the RXP-X I think the competition is going to be closer than ever before!
Yamaha’s most notorious Waverunner® continues its saga with new 2016 edition of the SuperJet™, now offered in “Pure White With Black” & “Pure White With Orange & Blue”
For those looking to go fast Yamaha’s all new 1800cc Supercharged 2016 FZR with it’s Nano Xcel “2” hull is the choice, proven by winning 2014 Stock Class Runabout at World Finals.
Contact JeffJetworks@gmail.com for purchase inquires.
Also new for 2016 is Yamaha’s all new TR-1 3 Cylinder Marine Engine for the entry level watercraft.
We want to give a big congratulations to Wesley Krautkramer for finishing in 3rd place this past weekend at Surf Slam during his first year as a pro, we’re proud to be supporting him as a Jetworks team rider.
Ahhh, brings us back to our days of building 440 superstocks & 550 mods.
Not to mention when the infamous Yamaha Superjet was just being released. Its hard to believe how things have evolved so much since then!