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13 Time World Champion Chris MacClugage On Why He Races on a Yamaha FZR WaveRunner

13 Time World Champion PWC Racer Chris MacClugage discusses the power and handling of Yamaha's FZR WaveRunner, and shares why it his PWC of choice on the race course.


 


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yamaha 1000 fzr on board





Acceleration FZR-600R 0-250 KM/H
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Yamaha FZR600R top speed
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1950 Studebaker Champion star light coupe: 9.370 @ 143.000
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1939 Studebaker Champion : 10.351 @ 130.560
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1988 Yamaha FZR 1000: 10.770 @ 128.800
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1939 Studebaker Champion : 10.870 @ 122.000
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1994 Yamaha FZR 600: 12.389 @ 112.210
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