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In 1973, Kawasaki introduced a restricted production of stand-up models as designed by the recognized artificer of jet skis, Clayton Jacobsen II.  JS400s came with four hundred cc two-stroke engines and hulls based mostly upon the previous restricted unharness models. It became the harbinger of the success Jet-Skis would see within the market up through the Nineteen Nineties. In 1986 Kawasaki broadened the globe of Jet Skis by introducing a two-person model with lean-in "sport" vogue handling and a 650 cc engine, dubbed the Kawasaki X2. Then in 1989, they introduced their initial two-passenger "sit-down" model, the tandem bicycle Sport (TS) with a step-through seating room.

In 2003, Kawasaki celebrated the Jet Ski complete by cathartic a special 30th-anniversary edition of its current stand-up model, the SX-R, that has seen a revival of interest in stand-up jetskiing. The X-2 has conjointly been updated, supported the SX-R platform and re-released in Japan. Kawasaki continues to supply 3 models of sit-downs, together with several four-stroke models. The four-stroke engines have come back on since the late 1990s; with the assistance of superchargers and also the just like the engines will output up to three hundred H.P. (220 kW) as seen within the Kawasaki immoderate 300x.

Jet Ski is the brand of private watercraft factory-made by Kawasaki. The name, however, has become a genericized trademark for any style of personal watercraft.

in 2003, the Kawasaki athletics Team was shaped when Kawasaki had developed their new 990cc ZX-RR bike throughout 2002 and raced it within the last 3 races of the 2002 MotoGP season. The athletics activities were managed by Harald Eckl's team based mostly in FRG. It wasn't till 2004 that Kawasaki had 2 riders - Alex Hofmann and Shinya Nakano, World Health Organization raced for the complete season. Nakano placed third in Japan that year achieving Kawasaki's initial dais end in MotoGP.

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