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    Unhappy 300X weight distribution more of left side.

    With no front cargo load, only rider. My 300X lean to the left side. That means the craft weight is not balanced on both sides. Does this happen to anyone else? Is it because the supercharger sits on the left side making it heavier?

    It is no big deal while riding but sometimes feel flippy when stationary especially with a few normal waves and a passenger. I kinda miss the balance I had on my seadoo...


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    Thanks Eric

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    2 Fast, do yourself a favor and sell it if you intend on using it for three people. Kawasaki refuses to acknowledge the design flaw and do something about it. Enjoy,this post will now grow wings when all of the 300 kool aid drinkers jump on to defend it insisting the ski is just fine. Some people see nothing but puppies and rainbows!

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