Blacktip Jetsports Mat Kits are a great upgrade to factory traction mats. They provide not only a custom look but superior traction for safety in all types of riding situations from racing to cruising. All mat kits come standard with Blacktip's Jetsports
Shipping3-5 Business days from order date
CleaningUse only mild dishwashing soap to clean your mats, if you must clean grease from the mats we suggest using Simple Green brand cleaner only to do so.
Product TypeBlackTip Jetsports
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2010 Yamaha2010 Yamaha VX110 Sport
2011 Yamaha2011 Yamaha VX110 CRUISER 2011 Yamaha VX110 DELUXE 2011 Yamaha VX110 Sport 2011 Yamaha VXR 2011 Yamaha VXS
2012 Yamaha2012 Yamaha VX110 CRUISER 2012 Yamaha VX110 DELUXE 2012 Yamaha VX110 Sport 2012 Yamaha VXR 2012 Yamaha VXS
2013 Yamaha2013 Yamaha VX110 CRUISER 2013 Yamaha VX110 Deluxe 2013 Yamaha VX110 Sport 2013 Yamaha VXR 2013 Yamaha VXS
2014 Yamaha2014 Yamaha VX110 CRUISER 2014 Yamaha VX110 Deluxe 2014 Yamaha VX110 Sport 2014 Yamaha VXR 2014 Yamaha VXS
2015 Yamaha2015 Yamaha V1 2015 Yamaha V1 Sport
2016 Yamaha2016 Yamaha V1 2016 Yamaha V1 Sport
Installation Guides & Downloads
Removal of original riveted mats :Drill the heads off of the rivets holding down the original mats while pushing the remaining rivet into the hull. Fill the holes left by the rivet with 5min. epoxy, this can be purchased locally at any auto parts store. Make sure to scrape the epoxy flat in the foot wells so the new mats will lay flush. Clean the area that the new mats will be attached to with acetone solvent for proper adhesion.|
Removal of original glue down mats:By hand, peel off any old mat material that you are able to and then you use a putty knife to help remove all material from the difficult areas. Areas that are difficult may require spraying WD-40 brand lubricant in between the mat and hull to help loosen the old adhesive. Take your time on the prep work; this is important to achieve professional results.
Now that your surface is clean and ready for the new mats it is time to lay out how your mats will look in the foot wells. This is the location the mats will be attached. Trace around the mats using a pencil. This is your reference area to place the mats after the paper is peeled off the back of the mat.
Peel off the paper backing from the mat and line up one end of the mat to your traced out area. (Do Not Try to Install the complete mat in one shot) Slowly work the mat down into your outline.
After the entire mat is installed you must apply even pressure down on top of the mat to insure complete contact to the hull.
Let mats sit for 12 hrs after the install so the glue will fully cure.
Watercraft Superstore's BlackTip Jetsports traction mats have a 1 year manufacturer's warranty against defect in material and workmanship. This warranty does not cover fading, tearing or stains due to user negligence. We do our best to make sure every traction mat set is perfect, but sometimes things happen. |
If you should have a problem, please contact SBT @877.330.0231or email@example.com to identify your issue.
WHAT DOES THIS WARRANTY NOT COVER?
This limited warranty does not cover any damage of the product due to: (a) installation of the product onto any surface; (b) adhesion of the product to a boat deck or to any other surface to which the product is applied; (c) deformation, fading, discoloration or polymer degradation of the product resulting from non-defective materials; (d) exposure of the product to temperatures in excess of 165F which may occur as a result of the amplification of sunlight from reflective surfaces or the passing of sunlight through a refractive medium such as windshields or other structures which shall operate to void this limited warranty; (e) failure to follow the product instructions or to perform preventive maintenance; (f) modifications to the product; (g) unauthorized repair; (h) normal wear and tear; or (i) external causes such as accidents, abuse, or other actions or events beyond our reasonable control.
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