Working at a motorcycle shop has its perks. Today (Nov 14) we rode the pre production prototypes of Yamaha's new GP's. Which are really FZ's, SHO powered Race Craft. Tom, Nick and myself took turns with the 2 PWC's. Although it was November 14, it wasn't all that bad of an afternoon on the lake. Filmed by Bathany Bridge, from Red Top Mountain park on Lake Allatoona, north of Atlanta Ga. Filmed By Karl.
2010 Yamaha FZS WaveRunner
The FZS Series offers everything riders are looking for in the highest
performance segment. A 1.8 liter supercharged and intercooled engine. A
lightweight hull made with NanoXcel technology. Lean in handling. And
features such as the telescopic steering column for changing up the ride.
Yamaha FZR GoPro HD
Video from the other day.
Speed runs , Me on my FZR and my mate on his SHO!
2011 Yamaha FZR
From holeshot to edge-to-edge riding, there's nothing on the water that
even comes close. Engineered specifically for racing enthusiasts, the
FZR's NanoXcel hull is not only exceedingly lightweight, but it is also
exceptionally nimble, offering precision high-speed cornering control and
edge-holding capabilities. Complemented by a powerful 1812cc Super High
Output, supercharged and intercooled Yamaha Marine Engine, the FZR boasts
the kind of aggressive performance that helped Chris MacClugage and Amy
Green grab the Men's and Women's APBA National Championships last year.
2009 Yamaha FZS
The all new FZ Series evokes Yamaha's world-championship race heritage
while ushering in a new era of high-performance design as the first sit
down watercraft made for stand up riding. The three-person FZS offers the
versatility to tow or ride with multiple passengers and features a
lightweight, high strength hull created using Nanotechnology along with the
industry's largest displacement, supercharged engine.
Yamaha VXR and FZR Drag Race Sea-Doo RXT-X
Video montage of dealers drag racing the Yamaha VXR, Yamaha FZR and Sea-Doo
RXT-X at recent demo event. Lots of fun for the dealers who were very
impressed that the Yamaha VXR (without a Supercharger) consistently beat the Sea-Doo