The Deck

A racers impression.

We had crazy rough conditions for our state championship racing 2 weeks ago and I think I spent more time swimming than on my ski. So for the surf racing this last weekend I decided to fit some rear sponsons. I wanted sponsons that not only worked but also looked great, so I went with a set from Wax Racing. I was impressed with the quality of the product and how easy it was to fit them. I could not believe how much stability they gave the ski in the surf. When landing off a wave they kept the rear from sinking, making it easy to get back on the plane quickly. These vintage skis are a handful over 50mph but after fitting the Wax Racing rear sponsons I was able to hold it pinned on the long back straight without it trying to kill me. I really like that you can adjust their placement for different situations in a few minutes. Nicely done, Wax.

Why do I need sponsons?

Why do I need sponsons?
Fitting sponsons to your PWC is like fitting extra wide tires to your road car. Unbelievable cornering, better control in the rough and predictable...

And The Second Winner Is...

And The Second Winner Is...
The winner of the second prize for a fully shipped Billet Nose Brace Kit is Joel Steele from.. Well we could not see! Congratulations and we will b...

And The Winner Is....

And The Winner Is....
The winner of the first prize for a fully shipped Billet Nose Brace Kit is Jondavid Grigg from Moses Lake, Washington! Congratulations and we will ...

We love the front fuel delete on the 550 Kawasaki, but...

We love the front fuel delete on the 550 Kawasaki, but...
We love the front fuel delete on the 550 Kawasaki, however when you do this you end up filling up the fuel through the top of the tank. This is fin...

Who is Wax Racing?

Who is Wax Racing?
A common name in New Zealand for a surfer is a waxhead and thus Jared got the nick name jetski-waxhead. Which become Waxhead which then become Wax. Now read how Wax Racing Products became who they are today...