Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Review
Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Review welcome to out web jetskitopspeed.com here we have best all think information like as: review, specs, price, top speed and horsepower. Hope you enjoy it have wonderful day. Personal boats have come a long way from their earliest incarnations. They are quieter, eminently more usable and more reliable. They are also much faster through the water. The 2016 Yamaha FX cruiser SVHO is all this and more. It is most commonly used as a family cruiser courtesy of the plush three-seat configuration, adjustable handlebars and cup holders. It also makes a good fishing rig with its exceptional stability, which I can attest to having used the Yamaha FX cruiser as a camera boat to shoot shoots, with a couple of thousand dollars of camera equipment in my hand, from another boat.
The Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO is a 3.56 m, three-seater personal boat and is located at the top of the Yamaha line-up in terms of the luxury provided. There have been some upgrades made to the riding experience, but let’s start with the ergonomics. Once you sit astride the broad and padded seat in the driving position, you are immediately offered a dominant view of the surrounding water. Behind you the other two seats, almost molded to be individual, go up one by one, which means that each seat is considerably higher than the previous. This results in a comfortable arrangement where it is easier for passengers to catch each other with minimal fatigue.
Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Specifications
Storage is located in the bow of the boat that is raised to reveal a large cavity and fuel cap. The fuel capacity of 70 liters must be seen through a normal riding output. As with any personal watercraft you always choose to pack my equipment in a dry bag to ensure it stays dry. There is another storage container under the last seat that is accessed by lifting the seat assembly. All up there’s 126 liters of storage space.
In front of the driving position you will find the adjustable tilt handlebar, a small watertight compartment and, incredibly, a cup holder that is on the right side and will hold a small bottle of water, though not at 120 km/h. The handlebar arrangement is comfortable with elliptical grips rather than round and therefore easier to cling to. There is no adjustment for the width, however, no rider found a requirement for such. The digital/analogue display combination is immediately ahead of the handlebar and while the analogue reading is easy to see, the digital is not due to the size of the display figures, so reading anything at the difficult speed. The control switches are located well away from the reading, down near the handlebar column and the buttons are small and hard to access while riding to the speed.
The foot wells are comfortable enough and pop-up from the coves, which are towards the arch on either side, are standard on this model. The foot well has a gripping foam padding that provides good traction even when wet. If you fall or need to pick up a passenger, climbing on the boat is as easy as using the back fold down and the handles that are at the base of the seat. The handles have been strategically placed which makes it easy for adults and children to get on board. It is important to note that while it is a jet and therefore sure, it pays to turn off the engine when boarding otherwise you end up with a gush of water to the face of the developer, which is a built-in security feature so you can see other pilots
Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Performance
As the name makes obvious, the FX SVHO is located in the center of the Limited. The difference lies in a collection of “extras” directed at the water sports consumer mentioned above. A collection strongly skewed toward, what more, consumer favorite toys Blow-up.
“Tubing” fan gets a solitary traveler, Yamaha-inflatable check, shading coordinated to the outside of the ship, and additionally a shading coordinated what’s more tow to pull it through the stern wake. If you need to pump up that inflatable on-site, a 12 volt tube inflator is included in the package. Buyers also get a tube holder, a handy belt that ensures an inflated tube to the back of the swimming platform where it will not interfere with the passenger space. that tube inflator, or other electronics that can be powered by 12 volts, can be plugged into a 12v plug located inside the glove compartment. A solar battery charger, carefully integrated into the custom limited housing, keeps the battery in a trickle charge when not in use so that the ship’s battery is always charged and in the ready. Two sealed dry bags, one size to fit in the bow stowage and one to carry the average smartphone and fit in the glove compartment, round out the offerings.
Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Review
As for half the performance of the equation, which is Yamaha’s supercharged, 1, 812cc Super Vortex High performance engine purr under the seat. Along with a 160 mm pump, the top grille shovel and the weight advantage of Yamaha’s second generation NanoXcel material on the hull, cover and liner, it is launched at 30 mph as fast as 1.5 seconds in ideal conditions and easily reaches a maximum speed D E 67 mph. Along the way the hull carves intuitively and with absolute precision, darting in and out of turns with finesse.
Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Engine
Yamaha has paired this hull with a four-stroke, four-cylinder, 16-SVHO (Super Vortex High Output) marine engine. It is supercharged and has a displacement of 1812 CC (or 1.8 liters) and is the largest offer of Yamaha. Generates 260 hp and while some other manufacturers are pumping out 300 more horsepower, the Yamaha is not left behind. It has been matched to a new 160 mm, eight-vane Hyper flow jet pump that draws more water in than the replacing pump and therefore pushes more water out, producing more thrust. This in turn is responsible for the impressive hole-Shot and acceleration. Although we have not compared acceleration directly against competitors, Yamaha claims that this combination will provide acceleration similar to anything else on the market.
The supercharger has also had a makeover with a new impeller that is 20 percent larger than the previous model. The intercooler is also more efficient in producing better engine performance.
Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO Price
Construction: NanoXcel 2 Fiberglass
Total length: 3.56 m
Beam: 1.23 m
Trailer Weight: 577kgs (aprox.)
Engine: 16-stroke four-cylinder supercharged valve, DOHC
Fuel capacity: 70 liters
Recommended Fuel: 95 Ron (Premium non-lead)