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2012 Yamaha FX Nytro

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When it comes to racing, handling and performance is everything and the FX Nytro® is guaranteed to impress.

Advanced technology and a low centre of mass, keeps this hardcore rough trail sled ahead of the pack. Corner-to-corner performance has never been more aggressive with the FX Nytro®'s Genesis 130FI engine with Engine Braking Reduction System and Camoplast Rip Saw track. Big bumps are no match for the race-proven Dual Shock CK rear and advanced double A-arm front suspensions.

ENGINE

Engine 4 Stroke / Liquid
Cylinders 3-Cylinder / 1049cc
Bore and Stroke 82.0 x 66.2mm
Intake Design 2 Valves
Fuel Delivery 41mm MIKUNI X 3, Fuel Injection, Liquid Heated
Ignition Digital T.C.I. w/T.P.S.
Exhaust 2 Valves, Rear Exhaust
Clutch/Transmission YVXC, Variable Ratio, Magnesium Cover, Reverse
Disc Brake Type Hydraulic, 4 Piston Aluminum Caliper, Light Weight Ventilated Disc, Mechanical Parking Brake, Adjust Lever
Electric Start/DC Output Standard / Optional
Reverse Standard

CHASSIS

Suspension (Front) Independent, Double Wishbone
Front shocks 40mm, 14mm Rod, HPG, Piggy-back Clicker, Compression & Rebound Damping Adjuster, Aluminum
Front Travel 8.5" (216mm)
Suspension (Rear) Dual Shock CK
Rear Shocks 40 mm, 14 mm Rod, H.P.G, Aluminum
40 mm, 14 mm, H.P.G, Piggyback Clicker, Compression Damping Adjuster, Aluminum
Rear Travel 14.5" (368mm)

CRITICAL DATA

Length 110.4" (2805mm)
Width 46" (1180mm)
Height 45.6" (1160mm)
Track (WxLxH) 15 x 121 x 1.25" Camoplast Ripsaw
Ski stance C to C 41.3" (1049mm)
Fuel Capacity (L) 28
Hand and Thumb warmers Standard, 9 Pos. Adjustable, Selectable Left Side Control
Headlights 60/55W Halogen X 2
Colour(s) Yamaha Blue / White

 Celebrate with us!
Yamaha is proud to announce our 10th Anniversary of building 4-stroke snowmobiles.



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