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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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2014 Yamaha FZ Series WaveRunners
The race to holeshot domination, raw torque and big power on the water belongs to the FZ Series. Yamaha's all-new 1.8L supercharged, Super Vortex High Output Yamaha Marine engine delivers more power and torque than any other WaveRunner personal watercraft in history. The ultra-lightweight hull and deck is engineered with nanotechnology for strength, durability and an exciting, agile ride. It's up to 70 pounds lighter than traditional hulls for precision edge-to-edge handling in tight turns. Stylized Hydro-Turf® mats and rally car inspired gauges reflect its championship racing heritage. The FZ Series also features a reboarding ladder, an all-new sport textured seat and a convenient tow hook.





An Inside Look at Yamaha's All New 2010 VX Series
Yamaha's Scott Watkins reviews the new features and performance enhancements for the all new 2010 VX Series. By adding 4" of legroom for the driver, and increasing the spaciousness throughout, Yamaha has taken the best selling PWC in the industry and made it even better in 2010.





Yamaha FZR Riva E1 test run GoPro HD
Yamaha FZR Riva E1 test run , GoPro HD





2010 Yamaha AR240 High Output
The all new 2010 Yamaha AR240 High Output: The all new, highest performance, fully featured 24-foot boat with a new innovative design that offers versatility and fun for the active watersports family. The Yamaha 240 Series is the first Yamaha boat to be powered by two of Yamaha's 1812cc four-stroke Yamaha Marine engines. And combined with Yamaha's Cruise Assist, driver's can dial in the perfect speed for cruising or towing.





An Inside Look at Yamaha's All New 2010 242 Limited S
Yamaha's Mike Ricciardi walks through the features and innovations that make the all new 2010 Yamaha 242 Limited S the most spacious, feature-rich and high performance boat in its class.





2014 Yamaha FZR walkaround
Introducing the 2014 Yamaha FZR





Yamaha FZR SHO 400HP+
A modified SHO stage 3 conversion 2010 model on normal pump gas (93RON) and no ecu mods done all home baked! put that in ur pipe ! I roughly measured the acceleration speed at 0 to 82 mph at 3 sec ,mods done to improve handling stock pump but new Riva Racing impeller. The 1/8th mile in about 6 seconds ! We have done a hundred hours on this ski and it still has not given any problems ,build to last!





Yamaha FZR GoPro HD
Yesterday 12/03/10 out on the ski





Riva 310 HP Kit for the Yamaha 1.8L Supercharged SHO Engine
Riva Motorsports offers an aftermarket kit that increases the horsepower of the Yamaha 1.8L Supercharged SHO Engine to 310HP. The Yamaha SHO engine is available in the Yamaha FZR, FZS, FX Cruiser SHO and FX SHO WaveRunners. Riva's Dave Bamdas explains how the kit works.





Yamaha FZS 2010 reviews Waverunner - By BoatTest.com
http://www.boattest.com/ for more test data and more reviews of Yamaha PWCs and boats, go to www.boattest.com





Riva Racing 400hp Turbo Kit for the Yamaha FZR WaveRunner
Riva Racing's Dave Bamdas introduces the new 400hp turbocharger kit designed specifically for the Yamaha FZR and FZS WaveRunner. Kit will produce top speeds nearing 90 mph.





Yamaha FZR Waverunner is FAST!
Blasting through the bay in Merrick, NY Greenhulk Forum: http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=124 SHO/FZR Speed/Mod database: http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=88386





2013 Yamaha FZS WaveRunner
Whether it's on a closed course capturing World Championships or out for a thrilling weekend with friends, Yamaha's FZS dominates. It flexes muscles. And it inspires. Under the skin sits a 1.8 liter supercharged, Super High Output Marine engine cranking out top speeds and industry-leading acceleration in mere seconds. This 1.8 liter monster is the largest displacement engine of any PWC on the water. But it's not all muscle for this machine. A sleek, race-ready NanoXcel® hull delivers unmatched predictability and edge-to-edge handling in tight turns. Light in weight — yet heavy in the win column, the FZS is ready for whatever you toss its way.





2010 Yamaha 242 Limited S
ALL NEW FOR 2010 is the Yamaha 242 Limited S that takes Yamaha Boats to the next level of sophistication and refinement. Featuring the largest boat platform ever offered by Yamaha, the 242 Limited S was designed from direct customer feedback to include their wish list of new features and technology as well as new signature design elements from Yamaha. The 242 Limited S offers the largest displacement power package ever put in a Yamaha boat; an all-new, expansive bow design with revolutionary new seating options, new GPS controlled instrumentation, and a new stern lounge and swim platform design.





yamaha r15 vs honda cbr 150r drag race flyby
The cbr hit 145 kmph and the r15 hit 133kmph , both bikes start together , both have no modifications at all, total stock bikes, with stock parts, both bikes 1 yr old, we have conducted the race 4 times , the cbr takes out the r15 each and every time, we dont have any grudge against r15, the cbr having a big ass rev range ,DOHC engine, higher power, short stroke engine, therefore wins on the "highway' , the r15 rider weighed the same, if u want to know more about this race pls send an email to nnganore@yahoo.in. If u have an r15 we are more than ready to race with you !! ........ride safe!!




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1939 Studebaker Champion : 10.870 @ 122.000
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