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Yamaha Marine FX Cruiser SHO - Personal Water Craft Boat

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2010 Yamaha Marine FX Cruiser SHO Description

For Those Who Aspire To The Best Of Everything.
As Yamaha's flagship WaveRunner, the FX Cruiser SHO boasts everything a water lover would ever want in a personal watercraft - and some things only the engineers could've thought of. With a quick glance at the refined instrumentation, the driver can easily absorb a full range of information, such as water temperature, air temperature, course direction and fuel flow - for precise monitoring of fuel efficiency. All accomplished while the Cruiser seat provides comfortable accommodations for everyone aboard. The FX Cruiser SHO is proof that compromising isn't always necessary.
2010 Yamaha Marine FX Cruiser SHO Specifications
  • Length Over All: 11 Feet
  • Beam: 4 Feet
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 18
  • Dry Weight: 840

2010 Yamaha Marine FX Cruiser SHO Standard Features

A lever on the steering column allows the height of the handlebars to be changed – reducing arm fatigue and enhancing overall comfort.

Setting a consistent RPM level is as easy as pushing the Cruise Assist button which minimizes throttle tension on longer rides. And No Wake Mode allows for effortless navigation through controlled areas.

Designed to be as unobtrusive as possible, the reboarding step makes climbing back on board simple.

Security Mode can be activated remotely with the push of a button to disable the ignition when the WaveRunner is not being used. Activated just as easily, Low RPM Mode can be used to conserve fuel.

The Powerplant

The FX Cruiser SHO is powered by:
A 1.8 liter, supercharged, super high output Yamaha Marine Engine.
This 1812cc engine, which is purpose-built for the marine environment, is the largest displacement engine ever installed in a personal watercraft. It is also the only engine in the high-performance, four-stroke category optimized to run on the least expensive Regular Unleaded fuel.

Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI):
Throttle position sensor (TPS) and intake air pressure and air temperature sensors supply the optimum air/fuel mixture. The results are a smooth, high power output with low fuel consumption and low exhaust emissions.

Specially Designed, One-piece Cylinder and Crankcase Assembly:
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I purchased this June 12th from Action Jet Sports in Bradenton Florida and took it straight to the water. Within half a mile the warning lights came on and there was a loss of power. We managed to get it back to shore and back to the dealer where they replaced a faulty sensor. The next time we took it out it ran for two hours then did the same thing. Back to the dealer. At this point we asked for a replacement but no it seems the dealer can only do what Yamaha says. Nothing was replaced the waverunner has around 6 hours on it from dealer testing. Then we went out again last Saturday and it was fine for 2.5 hours. Sunday we took it out and the warning light came on yet again with a power loss, this was after running it for about 400 feet. Yamaha will not stand by their product and replace this faulty unit the Dealer has not replaced this now three weeks later and three out of four trips by us now having to return. My only option seems to be to sue the dealer which is coming next. It took 2 and a half weeks for Yamaha to even bother to discuss this with me which came last night by some customer service rep called Josselyn who said no the unit is not being replaced. Rude she was, so no I have no option other that to sue the dealer. I bought this machine to be able to take long trips and use for visiting family and children which obviously I cannot do for the fear of it breaking down again maybe next time it could leave me in trouble especially with the storms in the gulf brewing up so suddenly. The machine looks great, and when its working performed well, I do not like the turning it seems unpredictable over my old machine, however, if anyone out there is considering purchase I would seriously consider going elsewhere as if this happens to you count on bad service from Yamaha. I have owned Yamaha since 1993 and have been happy up until the purchase of this machine. COME ON YAMAHA REPLACE THIS LEMON.

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