This Jet Ski’s So Easy to Ride Your Nana Could Do Tricks on It
Sea-Doo’s new rig might be the ultimate stunting machine
Attn: Old dogs.
Good news. The folk at Sea-Doo heard about your predicament. And while results aren’t guaranteed, the rumor mill has their newest jet ski — the Spark Trixx — pegged as the ultimate machine for learning new tricks on the water.
Equipped with goodies like an adjustable aluminum handlebar that offers multiple positions and provides maximum leverage, step wedges that make maneuvering and shifting your weight a breeze, and an extended-range variable trim system that increases how high or low the watercraft’s nose can be, the Spark Trixx is designed to make stunting on the high seas as easy as pie.
Constructed from a lightweight polytec material with molding that makes it more scratch-resistant than fiberglass, the versatile two-seater is powered by a Rotax 900 HO ACE controlled by an electronic throttle system that automatically starts in neutral to provide a faster jump. At full squeeze, it can hit speeds up to 50 MPH.
With a max output of 300 HP, the 352-pound trickster’s power-to-weight ratio only adds to its ability to help novices pull off tricks like their name is Eli Kemnitz.
Available with a number of custom options, the Spark Trixx starts at $7,299, water not included.
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