GreenHulk PWC Performance Store November Sale

GreenHulk PWC Performance Store isn’t referring to it’s sale as a Black Friday deal, because you know, it’s over. No, it’s running the sale throughout November. Sure, “Black Friday” is notorious for being one of the biggest sales days of the year. However, this isn’t a Black Friday sale in the true sense. It’s a month long sale! GreenHulk is offering a ten percent savings on 60 of the products it carries. These range from the specially priced CandooPro Kawasaki Key Tools to Race Kits. The CandooPro is on sale for $44.10. The Race Kits are priced to move! Grab a Kawasaki SXR 1500 Riva Racing kit ranging from $1401.84 to $2017.44, depending on the class you race. All sixty items carry a 10% discount. GreenHulk likes to keep it simple. Order what you need at a reasonable discount and outfit your ski at a good price.

GreenHulk can take care of all your PWC maintenance needs as well. Check out the maintenance and care page for more details. GreenHulk offers free Continental USA shipping on orders over $150. That’s a great deal, considering the weight of some of the products. The free shipping doesn’t include oversized and overweight items. Keep that in mind when ordering. An excellent plus to ordering from GreenHulk is the lack of a dreaded sales tax! That certainly sweetens the pot. If you have questions, give them a call or check out the GreenHulk forums. The forums are helpful and can point you in the right direction.

Make sure to use the discount code “greenhulk” to save 10% on your purchase! There is still plenty of time to grab some discounted gear from GreenHulk PWC Performance!

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Ocean Priselac

An avid mountain and bodyboarder who lives by "if you don't go, you'll never know," with an affinity for wildlife and animal rescue; surf forecasting is a huge part of Ocean's life and was a winner in Red Bull's Project Swell several years ago. The 2014 LB2CAT was her first jet ski competition and can't wait to do it again!

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  1. Richard Lasseter 6 February, 2020 at 11:56 Reply

    Regarding the ’16 FZS 1800 SC: Can anyone conclusively tell me if the stronger Riva valve springs (along with the titanium retainers) will slow the craft down 1-2 mph on top end? That’s the scuttlebutt and conjecture that I’m hearing from the peanut gallery, but is this actually documented? No-one seems to really know for sure.
    I’ve done the above on my 8400-8500 (max) craft and just discovered that it was probably unnecessary at that RPM. I’m also using a high zinc (ZDDP) oil for added insurance.

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