Here’s Your Chance to Own Macc’s ’13 IJSBA Sport GP World Champ WaveBlaster


Let’s face it. You’re not Chris MacClugage. You’ll probably be as good of a rider as Chris MacClugage, either. ‘Dems the breaks. But hey, don’t let that keep you from wanting to push yourself to improve and be a better rider. That’s what makes this sport so challenging! And while you’re not Macc, you can now own the 2013 Macc Racing Edition Bullett V2 WaveBlaster that Chris rode to a World Championship at this past IJSBA World Finals.

For a crisp $30,000, you’re gonna get possibly the most bad ass WaveBlaster ever built by human hands. Comprised of a Bullett Racing Wave Blaster V2 hull and hood, the race-ready ‘Blaster is powered by a 1,200cc fully ported race engine stuffed with 84.5mm pistons and a trued and welded crankshaft, all fueled by touting Mikuni 46mm race carbs with VForce reeds and fed air by a DASA manifold and K&N Filters.

Spark is supplied via a Bullett Racing Ultra 150 ignition box and Advent Ignition as the spent gases are passed through a modified exhaust system and a Bullett Racing water box. The rest of the parts list is extensive, so we’re just gonna cram ’em all here: a Bullett Racing driveshaft, ADA racing couplers, a Macc Racing fuel fill and cap, a Skat-Trak HD steering cable and a Kawasaki throttle cable and SS switch.

The thrust is delivered via a Skat-Trak 145mm pump and nozzle kit and a Skat-Trak propeller. Superior handling was made possible thanks to a manual trim kit, a Bullett Racing ride plate, intake grate and hull extensions, not to mention a UMI Racing steering kit, Pro Taper handle bars, and ODI Grips. Oh yeah, and you can’t forget the Hydro-Turf seat cover and mat kit.

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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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