01-26-2015, 12:20 PM #1
Inside Wildwood Sea-Doo’s Spark-Powered Krash FootRocket
Admittedly, there are few projects that truly catch our eye enough to really croon over them. A few months back we peeled the layers back on Keith Salles’ 110-mph SHO-powered Yamaha GPR because it was one of the most amazing conversion skis we’ve ever encountered. Maintaining the same level of scrutiny, we struggled to find a freeride ski that truly stood out among a crowd of already gorgeously swimming in hand-formed carbon fiber, billet-ridden and hugely torquey skis.
That was until we came across Chris Grace’s very peculiar Krash FootRocket. The Krash Industries’ ski is already a fine piece of equipment as it stands; weighing in at 88-pounds in the surf fiberglass version, and 77-pounds surf carbon version (and 66-pounds in the available flatwater carbon version). Krash designed the hull with dual purpose and maximum versatility by incorporating removable front sponsons, an adjustable rear tail plate and 6-inches of foothold adjustment.
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Last edited by Rustymuscle; 01-26-2015 at 03:49 PM.
01-27-2015, 12:24 PM #2
Tell them to pitch the idea of a four stroke stand up to kawi and yamaha.
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