2010 Yamaha SX240 HO
Yamahas 240 Series boats are designed to compete with boats priced $20,000
more by offering 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.
2010 Yamaha 212SS
The 2010 Yamaha 212SS offers high performance, versatility and all the
features for families looking for the ultimate in fun from a 21 foot boat.
The 212SS features twin Yamaha high output engines, a premium stereo with
MP3 and iPod connectivity, and Yamaha's innovative stern lounge area with
table mount, backrests, and stereo remote.
2010 Yamaha 212X
Yamaha's 2010 212X is the ultimate 21 foot boat for watersports fun. The
212 X features an internal ballast system that adds up to 750 pounds at the
stern and more than six inches of wake, along with twin high output Yamaha
marine engines for pulling boarders and skiers with ease.
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 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
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.