Due to the high volume of orders, production time is at 10 business days for delivery after placement of your order
This Dual impeller for jet propelled water sports fits the stock Yamaha pump for various models. In the water flight sports industry, these dual impellers have been found to produce more thrust and increase the Yamaha’s stock pump efficiency. This product is used most commonly with the Flyboard and is a high quality product manufactured by Skat-Trak, made with stainless steel. This can also be an upgrade and increase pump efficiency with any other hydro flight product, i.e. Jetovator and Jet Deck.
When flyboarding, the dual impeller reduces some vibration and increases height. For the ULTIMATE flyboarding experience with the Yamaha pwc, check out the PowerFly Pump, specifically designed for Flyboarding. The great benefits of upgrading the entire pump system for the Yamaha vs. just upgrading to the dual impeller are: reliability; performance; less cavitation; smoother and quieter operation; unmatched vertical acceleration.
We offer installation to customers. Please contact us for pricing. If you are purchasing this product and do not have mechanical knowledge, we recommend taking your jet ski to a watercraft mechanic for installation of the dual impeller. If you plan on installing the dual impeller yourself, you will need the installation tools which are sold separately.
To order, please select your Yamaha year and model from our drop down menu.
We have limited quantities in stock and each dual impeller is custom made. Shipment may be delayed depending on availability from 5-10 business days.
If you plan on installing the dual impeller yourself, you will need the Yamaha Drive Shaft Wrench, 25 mm. This tool is used to hold the drive shaft in place. You will also need the new main drive impeller spline tool made by Skat-Trak. This has been added to all new main drive’s for Yamaha’s as of October 2014. This replaces the old hex tool. You can add both special tools onto your order now.
See the below pictures on how the tools are used.