JetSport Australia Offers Full Range of JetSki.XXX Products


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Hey, look at that! No, not those! These! Jetsport Australia, the largest distributor of WSM Performance PWC parts in the world, has recently announced that it is carrying a full variety of JetSki.XXX performance products, oils, cleaners, waxes and more in its massive catalog of products.

Three major items in particular: Extreme Proof, Extreme Condition and Extreme Gleam are worth mentioning. JetSki.XXX’s Extreme Proof (Viscosity Index Booster & Oil Water Proofer) has a “high viscosity index which improves the lubrication properties of conventional oils, especially when contaminated by water.” And helps reduce wear and power loss due to friction, heat generation and gum varnish build up, as well as preventing the loss of oil via air breathers from frothing if water is ingested and preserves the lubrication and protection of the oil at 95% effectiveness with up to 50% water in oil.

Extreme Condition is designed to keep all the surfaces of your PWC like new by protecting all surfaces from fading and deterioration, and has been specifically designed for use in harsh environments. It also protects, conditions and even enhances decals, racing numbers and stickers’ color and gloss. Finally, Extreme Gleam, JetSki.XXX’s professional-grade jet ski polish has been designed to make your ski shine while protecting it from sun damage. Made from a premium blend of polymers, resins and ultra high melting point waxes for maximum paint protection, Extreme Gleam protects from the harsh effects of salt and sun exposure.

Everything seen here (except for the top picture) can be found at JetSport Australia or can be reached at +61 7 55 313 855 or info@jetskiparts.com.au. [And for the love of everything holy, don’t do a Google Images search for “JetSki.XXX”. Jeez, some things you can’t unsee. -Ed]

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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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