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What is the top speed of a jet ski?

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The manufacturer of the Black Edition 360 Sea-Doo claims it has a top speed of 80 mph that it can reach in three seconds. The top speed of a jet ski varies based on the design and the size of the engine.

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What is the top speed of a jet ski?
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Only 100 of the Black Edition 360 were made, with each one costing approximately $32,152. It has 360 brake horsepower, equal to a Porsche 911.

The first jet ski was released in 1972. Many jet skis can reach 60 to 65 mph. Jet skis do not have any brakes, but instead utilize a slow-to-stop method. There is an emergency cable that shuts off the engine if the rider falls off.

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