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A personal watercraft made by Kawasaki, a Japanese corporation, is known as a Jet Ski. The phrase is frequently used to refer to any sort of personal watercraft that is primarily used for enjoyment, as well as to denote the use of any type of PWC.

A runabout-style PWC transports 1″3 persons in a configuration similar to that of a bicycle or motorbike.

Kawasaki’s registered trademark “Jet Ski” is a proper noun. The stand-up Kawasaki Jet Ski, introduced in 1972, was the first commercially successful personal watercraft in the United States (after reaching a license agreement with the inventor of the Sea-Doo, Clayton Jacobson II when his license agreement with Bombardier expired). From the launch of the WSAA in October 1972 through the re-introduction of the sit-down, runabout design Bombardier Sea-Doo in 1988, the Kawasaki Jet Ski was the only commercially viable PWC for over 16 years.

With the debut of the Jet Ski, Kawasaki assisted in the formation of the United States Jet Ski Boating Association in collaboration with aftermarket firms and enthusiasts (USJSBA). The International Jet Sports Boating Association was founded in 1982. (IJSBA). Only JS440 stand-ups were raced in the start. When Kawasaki released the X2 runabout in 1986, it was given its own class, which was eventually renamed the “Sport Class.”

In October 1972, Kawasaki releases the first manufacturing stand-up PWC. Modified 400cc 2-stroke twin cylinder engines powered the WSAA and its successor, the WSAB. The hull of the WSAA was flat, whereas the hull of the WSAB was concave. A totally enclosed impeller for safety and self-righting, self-circling characteristics were design innovations unique to this original ships. Due to the lack of a lanyard, the rider was able to swim back to the idling boat after falling off. Before settling on the moniker “Jet Ski,” Kawasaki dubbed them “Water Jet” and “Power Skis.”

1976-1982

The JS400 was a popular motorcycle among adrenaline seekers and racers in 1976. The 1977 JS440 has better power and performance than the previous model. It was one of Kawasaki’s most popular motorcycles. With the JS550, Kawasaki reacted to market demand for more performance in 1982. The 550 was equipped with a newly developed high capacity mixed flow pump that was powered by a 531cc engine. When the pump cavitates, the 550 added an automatic RPM limitation to protect the engine.

1982-1986

The JS550 was improved by Kawasaki well into the 1990s. The JS300, a single cylinder 294cc two-stroke engine with automated fuel/oil mixing, was added to Kawasaki’s model line-up in 1986. They also added the 650 X2, their first “sit-down” Jet Ski and the founder of the PWC Sport Class.

From 1987 through 1992, Kawasaki releases the JS650SX, a substantially overhauled motorcycle. It had a larger axial flow pump and a powerful 635cc two-stroke twin engine, as well as a redesigned V-hull for improved agility and stability.

In 1992, the business released the JS750-A, a stand-alone model. The engine had a 743cc two-stroke twin cylinder with reed valves and automated oil injection. The hull was altered to be lighter and more agile. The 750 was the first stand-up kawasaki to include underwater exhaust for quieter operation.

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