We are proud to introduce the Ninja X, the Ninja X is based on the World Champion Rickter Xfs Ninja Competition and has been specially designed and produced for kids up to 120 pounds.
The Ninja X is a longtime dream come true of our designer Hiro “Ninja” Ogino. Hiro put many hours of planning, design and R&D into the creation of this industry’s first kids freestyle hull, it’s finally available on the market.This unit will help raise a new generation of riders. The hull is smaller than any Rickter but even with its small size it has exceptional stability and agility, we can’t wait to see what kids will accomplish with the new Ninja X.
The Ninja X is designed to accept all Yamaha Superjet based components and the engine compartment will accept any size engine to match the young riders ability.
Ninja X will be available in fiberglass carbon core and full carbon fiber or Textreme. The Ninja X graphics are available in the standard Rickter options and also in the new 2017 neon graphics.
The Ninja X includes;
-Adjustable Binding System
-Adjustable engine supports
-Billet hood clips
-Fully padded Tray
-Billet Pole Bracket
-Fully painted including graphics
The Hull will accept all Yamaha Super Jet mechaniclal parts, engine, etc. (Super Jet 08 and up need to replace the drive shaft of the version of the previous year).
The Ninja-X models are built with 100% epoxy resin using a high tech infusion process.
Standard Ninja-X built with carbon core and fiber glass. How is the weight of the Ninja X Fiberglass model highly reduced? It is using the Carbon Core technology.What is Carbon Core? Carbon Core is a core material which is inserted between the layers and wrapped with carbon fibre. It highly increase the hull stiffness and rigidity, this new process allows Rickter to reduce the layup which is how the weight reduction has been achieved.
The Ninja X is also produced as full carbon , carbon look, or Textreme look. For more information, For more information, fill up the form by clicking here. Our representatives will contact you with more details about weight, and the layup.
To see the high-end construction process don’t forget to have a look at our Rickter Factory video.