2009 Yamaha RS Venture GT
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2009 Yamaha RS Venture GT Specifications
|Engine Type||Horizontal In-line|
|Displacement (cc/ci)||1049 / 64|
|Carburetion Type||Fuel Injected|
|Width (in/mm)||48.2 / 1224.3|
|Height (in/mm)||54.3 / 1379.2|
|Maximum Ski Stance (in/mm)||42.7 / 1084.6|
|Minimum Ski Stance (in/mm)||42.7 / 1084.6|
|Dry Weight (lbs/kg)||652 / 295.7|
|Fuel Capacity (gal/l)||9.4 / 35.6|
|Number Of Seats||2|
|Track Length (in/mm)||144 / 3657.6|
|Track Width (in/mm)||15 / 381|
|Lug Height (in/mm)||1.25 / 31.8|
|Heated Hand Grips||Standard|
Not happy with mine
By Patrick Cremin(Owner), Feb. 7, 2009I now have 500 miles on my new 09. I like some things and hate some others. Let's start with the bad:
With a few extras like the 5 year warranty, trailer hitch, and luggage rack, we wrote a check for over $11,000. Our expectations were very high that this would be the last sled we would ever buy... Read Full Review
RS Venture GT
By Peter(Owner), Jan. 25, 2009A little time to get used to the higher sitting position, need toset up front suspension for deep powder. Great comfort, power, trail handling, Fuel injection starts good even at 20 below. Read Full Review
Best Sled I've ever owned!!!
By Adam Lavoie(Owner), Mar. 10, 2012I've got 3700 miles so far and this is the best, most comfortable, sled that I've ever had! I come from riding high horsepower sigle up machines, am 37 years young, and this machine rails the corners like the rest of them! The 1049cc fourstroke is very satisfying and the power throughout is arm stre... Read Full Review
By Robert(Owner), Dec. 10, 2009The suspension adjustments are infinite. With some effort you can get this sled dialed in for the perfect ride to accomodate your weight and riding style. The remote resivoir shocks are a first on a touring sled and would be a 2000 dollar upgrade on a high performance sled. Having these stock on thi... Read Full Review
By Terry(Owner), Dec. 24, 2014I agree with the set up described in the other review.
The factory settings appear to be for two 200+ riders. The make the sled very tippy and hard to handle.
We picked up the front end and loosened the shock springs right off and then tightened them just so they didn't rattle. Same for the s... Read Full Review
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