Five New Designs From IPD Graphics For June


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As much as “clothes make the man,” so, arguably the same could apply for your personal watercraft. And because there’s no faster or less invasive way to radically improve upon your favorite PWC’s aesthetic than a quick and painless vinyl graphic kit, IPD Graphics – the industry’s largest manufacturer of literally thousands of different graphic packages – has come out swinging this past month with an impressive lineup of new additions to their already massive catalog.

Building off of the exponentially growing popularity of the AquaX series both here in the USA and in the United Kingdom, and not to mention their exclusive partnership with 300 Class champion Phil Pope, IPD Graphics immediately cranked out two Yamaha kits for the S3 hull-equipped Sea-Doos (namely the GTX, RXT, RXT-X and Wake 215 models), one being GH Design (a variation of Pope’s Yamaha) seen HERE and the PW Design seen HERE.

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Likewise, IPD released a new “TS Design” package for the Ultra Kawasaki Jet Ski (fit for all 300 and 310-series Ultras) shown HERE. And as is with nearly all of IPD Graphics kits, colors are as ranged as imaginable, and offered with different laminates for UV protection. Racers need only submit their name, race number and a list of their sponsors, and a graphics kit tailored for their ski comes speedily to their doorstep. For the everyday PWC enthusiast, these kits can be as personalized as you desire.

Finally, for those Yamaha SuperJet fans with a flair for the vintage, IPD released two very different vinyl kits to awesomely change the old fashioned look of your modern SJ or bring your old school FX-1 up to date. The STB Design graphics kit on the Yamaha SuperJet can be seen HERE and the KC Design on the Yamaha FX-1 is HERE.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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