Three things put the FZR ahead of all other performance personal watercraft – a powerful Super Vortex High Output engine, an ultra-lightweight NanoXcel® hull and the best power-to-weight ratio in its class. Yamaha’s 1.8L supercharged, SVHO™ Yamaha Marine engine delivers more power and torque than any Yamaha engine before. Upgraded performance components include a larger intercooler and supercharger to increase airflow. Boost pressure is increased 60%. A top loader intake grate and 160mm, 8-vein pump provide greater thrust and instantaneous water displacement for the highest level of race-ready performance you can get right out of the box.
|Beam||4 ft||Dry Weight||827 lb|
|Max Seating Capacity||2||Hull Material||Other|
|Hull Shape||Other||Fuel Capacity||18 gal|
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Since its debut, the Yamaha FZ series completely transformed personal watercraft racing, ushering in a new era of super high-performance matched with lightweight components. In its first year in production, Yamaha FZs won National and World Championships and that success has continued every year since.
Yamaha extends its lead in the high-performance arena with the Super Vortex High Output marine engine; the most powerful engine ever in a Yamaha WaveRunner® that delivers race-ready performance right out of the box.
The SVHO marine engine increases power and torque by 20 percent compared to the Yamaha SHO® engine. To do that, Yamaha:
Under the waterline, the FZ models now come with a larger 160mm eight-vane pump that delivers competition level thrust never seen before on a production watercraft from Yamaha. Complementing this high-performance, high-volume pump is a matching high-performance intake grate that maximizes the pump’s potential while delivering unrivaled hookup in all water conditions. Additional enhancements to the hull include new high-performance sponsons that provide exact handling.
The FZ Series hull and deck is made of NanoXcel®, the Yamaha-only, nano-tech engineered material that shaves more than 70 pounds off the total weight of the unit while adding to the overall strength. By eliminating the unwanted fat that slows down competing models, Yamaha delivers an amazing power to weight ratio that offers “modified-like” performance and handling in a stock boat. The aftermarket potential for furthering unlocking the capabilities of this package is endless.
And of course, the FZ models look every bit the high-performance watercraft they are with a bolder look topped off with new seat textures, stylized Hydro-Turf mats, and deep rally car inspired gauges. The profile and overall design of the FZs scream one thing and that is performance.