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.