2011 Yamaha Apex XTX

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2011 Yamaha Apex XTX Specifications

Identification
Model Type  Performance
BASE MSRP(US)  $14,399.00
Dealers  Yamaha Dealers
Warranty  12
Insurance
Engine:  
Engine Type  Horizontal In-line
Cylinders  4
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Valve Configuration  DOHC
Displacement (cc/ci)  998 / 60.9
Starter  Electric
Turbocharged  No
Carburetion Type  Fuel Injected
Transmission:  
Reverse  Yes
Technical Specifications:  
Length (ft)  9.84
Width (in/mm)  48.4 / 1230
Height (in/mm)  47.6 / 1209
Maximum Ski Stance (in/mm)  42.7 / 1084.6
Minimum Ski Stance (in/mm)  42.7 / 1084.6
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  9.2 / 34.8
Seats:  
Number Of Seats  1
Exterior:  
Ski Material  Plastic
Skag Material  Carbide
Drive Line:  
Track Length (in/mm)  144 / 3657.6
Track Width (in/mm)  15 / 381
Lug Height (in/mm)  1.25 / 31.8
Glass:  
Height  Mid
Convenience:  
Heated Hand Grips  Standard

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By zeke2(Owner), May. 10, 2011
I lost the smile I once had on this sled. The hyfax wear is so bad its not funny!!!! Yamaha WILL NOT fix the problem!!! The 2012 XTX is said to be fixed but whatever you do DO NOT buy a 2011 XTX unless you want to spend $400 on bigger wheels that will make the rails crack and break. Common Yamaha st... Read Full Review

 

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By zeke(Owner), Feb. 9, 2011
how can you class this with a 600 polaris? this is a great straight line sled or for straight trails with big bumps, its not a 300lb twisty sled get a 440 if thats what you want. The power stearing is great, the suspension needs lots of adjustment to get it setup up. every time you give it some stic... Read Full Review

 

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