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Yamaha Has Dusted Off Its
Iconic WaveRunner
Stand-up Design


It was 30 years since
Yamaha first introduced its stand-up WaveRunner, and now it has dusted off its iconic design and is back with the new SuperJet. Designed for both novice and more experienced enthusiasts, the SuperJet features a TR-1 four-stroke marine engine for plenty of power and speed in open water. Separate jet skis were introduced in 1990 and were based on a design attributed to Clayton Jacobson II. The current version boasts several updates that will make the ride even more exciting.

For beginners, the hand bar has three levels of adjustment, up to 50 cm, so more drivers can feel more comfortable when driving with the
SuperJet. And speaking of exciting rides, the fuselage has been specially designed to offer greater static and dynamic stability without sacrificing cornering. The rotating nozzle can be set to either 16 or 19 degrees. The fuselage is also 8.8 inches shorter and 142 pounds lighter. The smaller hull not only affects power and turning ability but also affects fuel economy. The SuperJet has a five-liter tank to keep you going. If you end up immersing yourself in the SuperJet, it will make it easier for you to put on the back handle and it will be more comfortable thanks to the padded foot bath. 

The SuperJet is powered by a 1,049 cm3 three-cylinder four-stroke TR-1 marine engine. This engine is smaller compared to previous Yamaha engines, making it an ideal solution for jet skis. It also has enough energy and about 110 horses are available for pulling. Of course, when you start, you won't want to use all this energy, so you can simply switch the SuperJet to L mode, which reduces speed and acceleration until you go through this learning curve. Get ready to return to the water with an excellent ride thanks to the Yamaha WaveRunner SuperJet. 

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