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2005 Yamaha XLT1200 Pictures & Specs


2005 Yamaha XLT1200 Pictures & Specs

Yamaha XLT1200 Specifications

  • Yamaha XLT1200 MSRP: $8,499
  • Yamaha XLT1200 Specifications:
  • Rated Horsepower: 155 hp @ 7,000 rpm
  • Engine Type: 3-Cylinder, 2-Stroke
  • Bore/Stroke: 80mm x 78mm
  • Displacement: 1176cc
  • Fuel: Regular Unleaded
  • Type of Intake: Reed Valve
  • Type of Scavenging: Loop-Charged
  • Type of Exhaust: Wet
  • Type of Lubrication: Oil Injection
  • Mixing Ratio: Variable (200:1 — 30:1)
  • Cooling: Open-Looped, Water
  • Starting: Electric
  • Ignition: Digital

  • Compression Ratio: 5.9:1
  • Carburetor/Injection: (3) Mikuni Super BN 44 with Accelerator Pump
  • Spark Advance:
  • Ignition Timing: 18º BTDC — 24º BTDC
  • Spark Plug: BR8ES-11
  • Pump: 155mm Axial Flow Single Stage with Q.S.T.S. and reverse
  • Transmission: Direct Drive From Engine
  • Impeller: 3-Blade, Stainless Steel (15.6 pitch)
  • Length: 124.4″ (3.16m)
  • Width: 48″ (1.22m)
  • Height: 44.5″ (1.13m)
  • Seat Length: 53.5″/43.7″ (1.36m/1.11m)
  • Dry Weight: 780lbs (354kg)
  • Fuel Capacity: 18.5 gal (70L)
  • Reserve Fuel Capacity: 3.1 gal (12L)
  • Oil Capacity: 1.45 gal (5.5L)
  • Vehicle Capacity: 1, 2, or 3 person/ 528lbs (240kg)
  • Storage Capacity: 23.45 gal (90L)
  • Hull Material: SMC (Sheet Moulded Compound)
  • Warranty: 1 year limited warranty
  • Color: Maple Red; Carbon Silver Metallic
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