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    Video: Tiny Two-Strokes Power These Jetsurf Boards Around The Closed Course

    Hey! What better way to kick off the New Year than something from our “Now For Something Completely Different” department? We reported on quite a few different forms of personal watercraft that are either being designed and tested, or have already hit the water but we haven’t seen much on these Jetsurf boards.

    Powered by a tiny 86cc (or 100cc depending on the model) two-stroke engine, specially developed for Jetsurf, it tops out at 53 km/h (type Ultra Sport); 57 km/h (type Pro Race).
    We know what you’re thinking, “How is Jetsurfing not exactly surfing? Easy. There’s no need for a wave, wind or even a current.

    More at WatercraftJournal.Com
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