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Yamaha Marine Super Jet - Personal Water Craft Boat


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2010 Yamaha Marine Super Jet Description

The Standout Choice For Stand-Up Riding. Whether it's freestyle, closed-course riding or free riding, the SuperJet handles it with a tenacious style all it's own. Engineered to give its rider the ultimate in control, balance and freedom, this all-time favorite in personal watercraft continues to lead the industry when it comes to stand-up riding.
2010 Yamaha Marine Super Jet Specifications
Boat
  • Length Over All: 7 Feet and 4 inches.
  • Beam: 2 Feet and 2 inches.
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 4
  • Dry Weight: 291
Engine


2010 Yamaha Marine Super Jet Standard Features


FOOT TRAY
Lined with a slip-resistant surface, the SuperJet’s foot tray provides added traction, making it easier for the rider to maintain balance during maneuvering.

PERFORMANCE HULL
The wide, race-inspired hull possesses built-in sponsons to give the SuperJet excellent hookup, as well as exceptional stability for cornering.

SPRING-ASSISTED HANDLEPOLE
A proven SuperJet innovation, the spring-assisted handlepole moves up or down with the driver, providing a high degree of control.

The Powerplant

The SuperJet™ is powered by a high-performance, two-cylinder, 701cc Yamaha marine engine. Two 38mm Mikuni® carburetors feed this world-class powerplant, providing excellent throttle response throughout the total RPM range.

Yamaha Loop-charged Combustion:
Fuel mixture actually loops as it enters the combustion chamber, which helps distribute fuel/air mixture evenly for better combustion, performance and fuel economy.

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.

Electronically Controlled, Variable Ignition Timing:
For exact ignition advance control at all throttle positions and RPMs.
The Jet Pump Propulsion System
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