What is the fastest Kawasaki jet ski?
The fastest stock jet skis from Kawasaki are arguably the ULTRA 310 series, powered with 310 HP supercharged engines. The most aggressive, race-inspired model in the Kawasaki’s fleet is the ULTRA 310R, so this is the fastest jet ski on the market in 2021 with the top speed of 67 mph.
Is Kawasaki a good jet ski?
Kawasaki jet skis have a reputation for being reliable, but are probably not quite the most reliable. Of course, if you do not feel like dealing with that, you can always just buy a simpler model of the jet ski. But generally speaking, jet skis made by Kawasaki tend to not last quite as long as models made by Yamaha.
Do Jet Skis hold their value?
Jet skis (PWCs) are very similar to cars in that they depreciate as soon as they are purchased. They will lose around twenty-two percent of their value in the first year of ownership, and then around eight percent of their value every following year.
Are jet skis expensive to repair?
Jet skis are not expensive to maintain if you are performing preventive maintenance regularly. The typical jet ski that is ran in the summer months will cost about $50-100 per year for maintenance if you do it yourself. If you pay a dealer, these costs can be upwards of $300.
Are 2 stroke jet skis reliable?
It’s a well-known fact among PWC enthusiasts that 2-stroke jet skis are less reliable than 4-strokes. In fact, this is the main disadvantage of 2-stroke jet skis, that they need more care and attention in general. If you purchase one, be prepared to work on it constantly.
What is the Fi code on a Kawasaki Jet Ski?
Marine Mechanic: John White, Marine Mechanic replied 11 years ago I apologize, but I was thinking of a different model jetski and double checked my service manuals to make sure I was correct. With the Kawasaki system the FI code displays for any faults when in user mode.
Why does my jet ski say f1 instead of F1?
I believe the code you’re reading is FI instead of F1. This indicates a problem in the fuel injection system. I’ve seen this code one time and the problem causing it was old fuel. What was happening was the old fuel was causing detonation and the knock sensor was picking up on it.
How can I tell if my jet ski has a fault?
The information I provided above may still be your issue, but you can put the ECU in dealer mode to determine exactly which code is giving the fault. To put it into dealer mode press the “set” & “mode” buttons at the same time for 3 seconds. Once in dealer mode the LCD display will show any fault codes contained in the system.
What does the ECU do on a Kawasaki Jet Ski?
The ECU sets the oil temperature at 60°C.The ECU slows down the engine speed less than 3 000 r/min (rpm) by controlling the ignition.