2014 Kawasaki 310 X
| Located in Milledgeville ,Georgia..Please contact the owner @ 478-919-7159...I am now available to show the ski for those interested and replied previously. |
Reason for selling: I am 49 years old and bought this jet ski brand new May of 2014 for reasons I still don't understand.
The performance of this ski is unlike anything most anyone has experienced.
I must have been having a crisis of some sort.
The speedometer registeres 78mph but my friend with a radar gun clocked me going 84mph one early morning on glass like water.
Not only is the ski amazingly fast but the maneuverability and cutting ability can put you in the drink in a moment if you are not hanging on and know what you are doing. 310hp between your legs on the water is an amazing feeling but I love my children too much to get injured, which is exactly what will happen if I keep this ski.
I am selling the ski simply because it is too fast and dangerous for my teenagers, and me.
They are dare devils like me and momma just isn't going to have it.
I have attached stock pictures of this 310h.p. beast or you can google the model.
There are plenty of pictures, literature and testimonials availables.
I wasn't able to get to my lake house to take actual pictures, my apologies.
The ski has only 37 hours so it isn't even broken in yet.
There are a couple of very small knicks/scratches on the cover that can be buffed out or probably just touched up.
Kawasaki sales a kit is my understanding.
If I fix the scratches the price is greater than what I am asking above.
The ski is at our lake house on Sinclair Lake so taking it for a test drive is easy.
Only those I feel are serious will be allowed to test drive though.
If you want the fastest ski on the lake and love thrills you shouldn't even consider a different ski, weather you buy mine, someone else's or a brand new one at Crowe Marine in Eatonton.
Only serious inquiries please.
I have it priced to sell, am pretty firm and prefer to not waste my time since I live in Warner Robins and don't want to drive to the lake just so someone can see what driving a real performance jet ski feels like.
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