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Kawasaki 300 Sx Js 440 Js Skat Trak 17.5 Degree Stainless Steel Impeller on

US $99.95

Templeton, California, United States

Templeton, California, United States
Remanufactured by Skat Trak.
Manufacturer Part Number:300sx 300js ride plate intake grate jetski Part Brand:440js Impeller Pump Steering Nozzle turning nozzle Warranty:No

Kawasaki 300 SX JS 440 JS Skat Trak 17.5 Degree Stainless Steel Impeller. 

1-3 MPH Increase Over Your Aluminum Impeller.

Increase Your Top Speed and Acceleration.

17.5 Degree Impeller Designed for Modified High Performance Engines. 

Excellent Top End Speed. Excellent Out of The Hole Performance.

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