2022 Yamaha SR Viper MTX
The 2016 Yamaha SR Viper MTX setup may not be stopping people in their tracks at the Box Office, yet it’s absolutely causing some second looks on the snow as 15 new models have been presented for 2016.
In spite of the fact that shading bundles are probably going to be the primary thing snowmobilers notice, the individuals who look a little nearer will see some critical changes, especially with the suspension.
The back pallet changes might be extremely inconspicuous to the eye, yet once you hit the profound lighten, you will perceive how it is intended to permit the track to get up out of the snow stunningly better. It is intended to exploit Yamaha’s five new tracks on their SRViper M-TX arrangement—the 141×2.25, 153×2.6, 153×3, 162×2.6 and 162×3 Powder Claw tracks.
Some snowmobilers won’t help yet see what’s forthcoming. All new A-arms, shafts and skis are intended to improve a 36-inch ski position that will bust through powder. Also, for the individuals who like somewhat more forthcoming, the ski position is flexible out to 38-inches making this magnificence ideal for all events.
With the assortment of alternatives accessible, these 15 models in the mountain setup without a doubt offer something for everybody in 2016.
When the 2016s move off the creation line for the following fall, and all these new pieces are adjusted and aligned, we expect an incredible mountain sled that will be serious for quite a long time to come. Read More !!!
Here’s a brief glance at a portion of the energizing new highlights.
Motor TYPE Horizontal In-line
Motor STROKE 4-Stroke
VALVE CONFIGURATION DOHC
Relocation (CC/CI) 1049/64
CARBURETION TYPE Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION:
Most extreme SKI STANCE (IN/MM) 38.5/977.9
Least SKI STANCE (IN/MM) 34.5/876.3
FUEL CAPACITY (GAL/L) 10/37.8
NUMBER OF SEATS 1
SKI MATERIAL Plastic
SKAG MATERIAL Carbide
TRACK LENGTH (IN/MM) 153/3886.2
TRACK WIDTH (IN/MM) 15/381
Carry HEIGHT (IN/MM) 2.6/66
Back RACK Standard
Warmed HAND GRIPS Standard
Customizable SKI STANCE Standard