2007 Kawasaki Ultra 250X Supercharged Jet Ski Auction (0001-50010213) (2023)

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2007 Kawasaki Ultra 250X Supercharged Jet Ski

  • Boat Make/Designer: Kawasaki
  • Boat Model: Ultra 250X Supercharged
  • HIN: US-KAW38424G707
  • Vessel Type: PWC
  • Vessel Class: Recreational
  • Hull type: Fibreglass
  • Registration: RK697Q
  • State: QLD
  • Sold with Registration: No
  • Vessel Capacity: 3
  • Water Damage: No
  • Hull damage: No
  • Fiberglass Cracking: No

Engine Details:

  • Engine Make: Kawasaki
  • Engine Type: 4cyl
  • Horse Power: 250
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Hours: 159
  • Engine turns over: Yes

General Equipment:

  • Anchor
  • Fuel tank Capacity: 78 L

Trailer Details:

  • Make: Oceanic
  • Year Built: 02/2008
  • Registration No: 006518
  • State: QLD
  • Sold with Registration: No
  • Trailer VIN: 6HRBTGCTSL8000128
  • Winch: Hand winch
  • Lights
  • Other: Single axle

Sale is on As is Where is basis. No Statutory Warranty/Cooling off periods apply. Inspection is based on walk-around and is the opinion of the Booking-In Officer. Sale description is a guide only as vessel may have unsighted damage/issues. Not mechanically inspected. Full inspection is recommended.

Location: 130 Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton , Australia - QLD

(SN:6HRBTGCTSL8000128) (115019-2)

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2007 Kawasaki Ultra 250X Supercharged Jet Ski Auction (0001-50010213) (1)

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Location: 1130 Macarthur Avenue, Hamilton QLD

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How much is a Kawasaki Ultra 250X? ›

Suggested List PriceAverage Retail
Base Price$11,699$6,480
Options (Add)
Total Price$11,699$6,480
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How much does a Kawasaki 250X weight? ›

Curb Weight: 230.2 lb. without fuel/240.2 lb.

Is the Kawasaki Ultra LX Supercharged? ›

The 2022 Kawasaki Ultra LX – one of the unsung heroes of the non-supercharged Jet Ski market globally – will be discreetly phased out and removed from the Kawasaki catalogue once dealer stock is sold out.

How much is a 2007 Kawasaki Jet Ski worth? ›

Suggested List PriceAverage Retail
Base Price$7,999$4,840
Options (Add)
Total Price$7,999$4,840
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What was the fastest jet ski in to 2007? ›

The Kawasaki Jet Ski Ultra 250X is the quickest and the most powerful ski jet ever built, and there's no surprise on that being a Kawasaki ski jet.

How fast can a Kawasaki 250 go? ›

Ninja 250 Specs:

Maximum Speed 105 mph (170 km/h) Max Horsepower 36 @ 11000 RPM (26 @ rear wheel) Max Torque 18 Ft/Lbs @ 10000 RPM (14 @ rear wheel) Fuel Efficiency 55-75 MPG.

How much is a KX 250 worth? ›

Suggested List PriceLow Retail
Base Price$7,799$5,305
Total Price$7,799$5,305
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How much is a brand new Kawasaki 250? ›

2022 Kawasaki KX 250 • $8,399.

Is the KX 250X a 2 stroke? ›

The KX™250X motorcycle features the same updated podium-ready engine of the legendary KX™250 motocross bike. This fuel-injected 249cc 4-stroke engine delivers high-revving performance to power past the competition.

What's the difference between a 250r and a 250X? ›

The more trail riding you want to do, the more accessories you'll want to have on your bike. The CRF250R is lightweight and handles well, but the suspension and power is not good for trail riding. The CRF250X is clearly the better trail bike because it's easier to ride and the suspension is more forgiving.

How much HP does a KX 250X have? ›

As a part of the testing process for our 2022 250F Motocross Shootout, we ran Team Green's 250cc four-stroke motocross bike on our in-house dyno, where it spun 39.5 hp at 13,700 rpm and 18.5 pound-feet of torque at 9,700 rpm.

Are supercharged Kawasaki jet skis reliable? ›

Kawasaki Jet Skis are known for their reliability, high quality, and outstanding engine power. This is why this brand is considered to be one of the major players in the PWC industry!

How fast is a supercharged Kawasaki Jet Ski? ›

Unlike its smaller brothers, the Kawasaki Ultra 310 series is manufactured with a supercharged, 310 HP engine. Thanks to this stronger power plant, the top speed of all Kawasaki 310 jet skis is limited to 67 mph.

What does a supercharged Jet Ski mean? ›

The jet ski supercharger is an air compressor which forces extra compressed air into the engine. More air allows the engine to consume more fuel, which results in more power and much better acceleration.

Do jet skis hold their value? ›

Statistics show that jet skis depreciate by 22 percent in the first year after having been purchased from a new dealer, and then eight percent per year after that. We've included a couple of the most popular 2019 jet skis on the market today.

Is 1000 hours on a jet ski a lot? ›

As a general rule, anything over 500 hours is too many hours for a 4-stroke jet ski. If it's a 2-stroke jet ski anything over 300 hours is too many. A common trend I'm seeing when buying and selling jet skis is that most people will sell them before 200 hours and a lot will even sell with under 100 hours on them.

Is it worth buying an old jet ski? ›

Buying used jet skis is a common alternative to paying full retail for a brand new model. Typically used jet skis cost significantly less, while still providing just as much value. There are a lot of negatives associated with buying used jet skis, but they're not always true.

Do jetskis go 70 mph? ›

Jet skis can go pretty fast, usually 40 mph to 70 mph, depending on how calm the water is, the amount of wind resistance, and the weight of the passengers.

What is the best jet ski of all time? ›

The 30 Most Important Jet Skis Ever Made
  • 1968 Bombardier Sea-Doo “Aqua Scooter” ...
  • 1973 Kawasaki JS400. ...
  • 1978 Wet Bike. ...
  • 1982 Kawasaki JS550. ...
  • 1986 Yamaha WaveRunner 500. ...
  • 1986 Kawasaki X2. ...
  • 1988 Sea-Doo SP. ...
  • 1989 Kawasaki Jet Mate.

Why are jet skis speed limited? ›

To address this problem and to protect the general boating population, the Coast Guard and personal watercraft manufacturers created a 'gentlemen's agreement' in 1999 to limit the top speeds of Jet Skis to 65 mph. Though the agreement is informal, manufacturers choose to comply to improve the safety of their products.

Can a 250 go on highway? ›

Many 250cc bikes can do highway speeds. Are they comfortable at that speed, not really.

What 250 2-stroke is the fastest? ›

Although not officially confirmed, the 250SX is believed to be the fastest 250cc two-stroke production dirt bike. It is a powerful motorcycle that's also quite fun to thrash.

What is the fastest 250 on the market? ›

The title of the fastest 250cc dirt bike has been in a contest with two models: the Kawasaki XK 250 and the Yamaha WR250F. Both dirt bikes have a top acceleration of 85 mph (137 km/h) and have similar features. If you're worried about the sole dirt bike experience both models have distinct distinctions.

How tall should you be to ride a KX250? ›

There is no specific height requirement for a person to ride a 250f dirt bike. The best way to know if you are fit for a 250f Dirt Bike is to sit on it where both of your feet, specifically the forefoot, can touch the ground.

What is the Hawk 250 a clone of? ›

The Hawk 250 is a Chinese clone of a Honda CRF. It has a 230cc single-cylinder carbeurated engine that is an exact copy of a 1980-something Honda motor. You can buy these brand new for less than $1,500 which made it a tempting option for my first bike.

How much is a Kawasaki 250 worth? ›

Suggested List PriceAverage Retail
Base Price$8,299$8,290
Options (Add)
Total Price$8,299$8,290
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Is a Kawasaki 250 a 2-stroke? ›

The Kawasaki KX250 is a 2-stroke motocross motorcycle that was first introduced in 1974. The 2-stroke KX-250 was discontinued from the 2008 model year.

How heavy is a Kawasaki 250? ›

2021 Kawasaki KX250/KX250X Specifications
Wheelbase58.5 in
Ground Clearance13.2 in
Seat Height37.4 in
Curb Weight226.4 lb without fuel / 236.5 lb
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Is a 250 good for beginners? ›

You'll likely find all sorts of opinions on the matter from searching online, but often 250cc models win the spot of recommended motorcycles for beginners. So is a 250 a good starter bike, or should you consider something else? We agree with that consensus that 250cc motorcycles are the way to go for beginners.

Will YZ250X get electric start? ›

Description. The electric start can be run on the oem flywheel without the charging system. The motorcycle will start around 200 times before needing a battery charge. The complete kit with lithium battery will add 5.7 lb.

Is a YZ250X a race bike? ›


Featuring a powerful 250cc two‑stroke engine and renowned high performance chassis, the YZ250X was born to win Cross Country races.

How much is a brand new YZ250X? ›

2022 Yamaha YZ250X • $7,799

Engineered with all the reliability and durability you've come to expect from Yamaha, this 2-stroke was born to win Cross Country races.

Does a 250X have reverse? ›

REVERSE. The reverse gear in the TRX250X makes unloading or maneuvering out of tight trail conditions easier.

How much horsepower does a CRF250X have? ›

Honda CRF250X Specs

The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 29.37 HP (21.4 kW)) @ 9000 RPM and a maximum torque of 24.20 Nm (2.5 kgf-m or 17.8 ft. lbs) @ 8000 RPM .

What year did the 250X come out? ›

The TRX 250X is a 246cc four-stroke sport model and was introduced in 1987. It featured a five-speed transmission with reverse gear and adjustable suspension and was very popular among ATV racers. Honda created the name FourTrax in 1986 for its line of four-wheeled ATVs.

How fast is a KX250? ›

Kawasaki KX250F has a 5-speed manual gearbox (Kawasaki KX 250 top speed is 120 km/h) with rear and front disk brakes. Available in 1 colour. Kawasaki KX 250 Price in India: ₹ 7,43,000 (ex-showroom) in Delhi.

Is a KX250 electric start? ›

Thankfully, Kawi finally chucked the manual kickstarter system for a push-button electric start system, and, like the '21 KX450, the new KX250 also gets a coned disc (instead of coil springs) Nissin hydraulic clutch. All welcomed stuff!

Do superchargers need maintenance? ›

These superchargers offer installation convenience but they do require extra maintenance. Refer to the instructions from your supercharger kit for the proper oil grade selection, filling methods, and change intervals. Supercharger oil should be checked at least as often as your engine oil changes.

How long does a supercharged jet ski last? ›

As a rule of thumb, the 2-stroke jet ski engines last around 200-300 hours, while the 4-stroke jet ski engines last around 300-500 hours. But keep in mind that these numbers depend on factors like maintenance, usage, and many others!

How many hours will a Kawasaki jet ski last? ›

Most jet ski models have a lifespan of approximately 300 hours, but if properly maintained they can last much longer.

How far can a jet ski go on a tank of gas? ›

Generally speaking, the average PWC can go around 60-120 miles on a tank of gas, and the average PWC uses 3-4 gallons of gas per hour.

Do you need a license to drive a jet ski? ›

Operating a Sea-Doo in the United States

Forty-two of the 50 US states have mandatory boater education laws that apply to PWC operators. This means passing an approved boater safety course and obtaining an operator card or certificate.

Can a jet ski go 100 mph? ›

The top speed of a jet ski can vary from 40 to 70 mph, depending on the model. The fastest a stock jet ski can go is 70 mph due to a gentleman's agreement with the US coast guard.

What is the most reliable supercharged jet ski? ›

The most reliable Jet Ski on the market is the WaveRunner FX. The WaveRunner is a model that is created by Yamaha, and it is technically not a Jet Ski. These terms WaveRunner and Jet Ski are often used interchangeably, but only the Kawasaki brand makes the Jet Ski.

Do you lean into a turn on a jet ski? ›

Modern PWCs encourage riders to lean into their turns. If you feel unsteady on your craft doing so, you need to change your foot placement for stability. Keep your foot that is on the inside section of the turn as far forward in the footwell as possible, and move your outside foot to the back of the footwell.

Do superchargers need to be rebuilt? ›

Don't forget, on many Sea-Doos the supercharger has to be rebuilt every second year (or 100 hours), but you can consider rebuilding it every year. The costs may vary among dealers, so don't hesitate to ask your dealerships for the supercharger rebuild costs.

How fast is a Kawasaki 250R? ›

Top speed & performance
Max torque15.2 ft-lb
Top speed110 mph
1/4 mile acceleration14.5 secs
Tank range170 miles
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How much power does a Kawasaki 250 have? ›

Powertrain: Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The KX250 is powered by the 249cc, four-stroke, DOHC liquid-cooled engine. This dirt bike recorded 39.60 hp at 13,220 rpm and 18.38 pound-feet at 9,440 rpm on our rear-wheel in-house dyno.

Which is faster 4-stroke 250 or 2 stroke? ›

A 250 two-stroke may have more peak power, but when the day gets long and the track starts to get really rough, that's when the four-stroke starts to shine. Due to the tractability in rough and slick conditions, the four-stroke will be easier to ride faster late in the day.

What is the most powerful 250cc engine? ›

India's most potent 250cc bikes are the Husqvarna Vitpilen and the Husqvarna Svartpilen 250, with a power output of 30.84bhp.

Which is faster 250 or 450? ›

450cc bikes are much faster than 250cc bikes, but you don't want to choose bikes based on how fast they go. Take into consideration your weight, height, and riding ability, to make the right decision on which bike would suit you best on the track.

How fast do 250 4 strokes go? ›

The answer may depend on who you ask, but most experts agree that a 250cc dirt bike can reach speeds of up to 85 miles per hour. Several factors can affect how fast a 250cc dirt bike can go, such as the type of terrain it is being ridden on and the rider's weight.

How fast can a 250 2-stroke? ›

Depending on the type of engine, a 250cc dirt bike comes at a maximum speed of between 55 to 70 mph (90-113 km/h).

How fast can a 250 four stroke go mph? ›

A 250cc dirt bike can go 55 to 80 mph or about 90 to 113 km/h, but it depends on the gear. 250cc bikes can achieve over 80mph of speed, but they can't get past 100mph under normal circumstances due to their limit set for street riders. So, you'll usually find these dirt bikes limited to about 80 mph.

What was the last year Kawasaki made a 250 2-stroke? ›

The Kawasaki KX250 is a 2-stroke motocross motorcycle that was first introduced in 1974. The 2-stroke KX-250 was discontinued from the 2008 model year.

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