Yamaha Marine FZR - Personal Water Craft Boat
New 2013 Yamaha Marine - FZR - Personal Water Craft
2011 Yamaha Marine FZR DescriptionCOMPLETE AND TOTAL COMMAND OF THE WATER. 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 engine, the FZR boasts the kind of aggressive performance that has helped Chris MacClugaga thoroughly dominate the 2009 APBF Tour.
- Length Over All: 11 Feet
- Beam: 4 Feet
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 18
- Max Load: 353
- Dry Weight: 807
- Model Name: 1.8 liter high output
- Model Year: 2011
- Hours: 1
2011 Yamaha Marine FZR Standard FeaturesThe Powerplant
The FZR 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:
Provides tremendous engine rigidity that's lighter and stiffer than two-piece designs.
Slant Detection Switch:
Electronic switch stops engine and oil pumps immediately if watercraft becomes overturned, protecting motor from unwanted water ingestion.
High Volume Intake Box:
With water repellent air filter and flame arrestors.
SAWS (Scavenger Assist Wet Sump)
Equipped with a high-performance, compact gas-liquid separator, this engine uses Yamaha's unique ultra compact lubrication system and the oil pan structure.
Corrosion Protection System:
Sacrificial zinc anodes protect the engine from harmful galvanic corrosion. Stainless steel fasteners (nuts, bolts, hardware) provide a long service life. Cylinders, cases and heads are all treated with a durable oxide coating to form a barrier between corrosion and expensive engine parts.
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