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2006 Yamaha RS Rage Pictures & Specs


2006 Yamaha RS Rage Pictures & Specs

Yamaha RS Rage Specifications

  • Yamaha RS Rage MSRP: $8,899
  • Yamaha RS Rage Engine:
  • Type / Displacement / cc 4-Stroke / 973cc
  • Cylinders: Three
  • Cooling: Liquid
  • Bore & Stroke / mm: 79.0 x 66.2mm
  • Intake Design: 2 Valves
  • Carburetion: Keihin CVK40 x 3, Liquid Heated
  • Ignition: Digital T.C.I. w / Throttle Position Sensor
  • Exhaust: Rear Exhaust
  • Clutch / Transmission: YVXC, Variable Ratio, Reverse
  • Disc. Brake Type: 4-Piston Hydraulic w/Lightweight Rotor

  • Yamaha RS Rage Chassis:
  • Front Suspension: Independent, Double Wishbone
  • Front Shocks: 36mm HPG, Aluminum
  • Front Travel / in.: 9″
  • Ski Type: Lightweight Plastic, Saddleless Design
  • Carbide Ski Runners: Standard
  • Stabilizer Bar: Standard, Linear Ratio
  • Rear Suspension: Mono Shock™ RA
  • Rear Shocks: 46mm KYB w/Remote Adjust
  • Rear Travel / in.: 11.7″
  • Yamaha RS Rage Dimensions:
  • Overall Length / in.: 118.7″
  • Overall Width / in.: 48.2″
  • Overall Height / in.: 47.8″
  • Track/Width x Length x Height / in.: 15″ x 136″ x 1.25″ Camoplast Rip Saw™
  • Estimated Dry Weight: 564 lbs.
  • Ski Stance (ctr. to ctr.) in.: 42.7″
  • Fuel Capacity / Gal.: 10
  • Fuel Type: Regular Unleaded
  • Oil Capacity / Qts.: 3.0
  • Engine Oil Type: Yamalube 4, 0w-30, Cold Weather Formula
  • Yamaha RS Rage Features:
  • Electric Start: Standard
  • Reverse: Standard
  • Hand & Thumb Warmers: 10 Position Adjustable, Separate
  • Windshield Height: Tall
  • Mirrors: Optional
  • Seating Capacity: One
  • Backrest: N/A
  • Rear Carrier Rack: N/A
  • Tow Hitch: N/A
  • Tunnel Protectors: Standard
  • Headlight Watts, Type: 60/ 55W Halogen X 2
  • High Beam Indicator: Standard
  • Oil & Temp Light: Standard
  • Fuel Gauge Type: Electric (LCD), Low Fuel Warning Light
  • Speedometer: Standard (LCD, Digital)
  • Odometer: Standard (LCD Display)
  • Tripmeter: Standard, Dual (Large LCD Display)
  • Tachometer: Standard (Stepping Motor Drive)
  • DC Outlet: Optional
  • Color: Team Yamaha Blue/White; Candy Red w/Metal Fire Graphics
  • Warranty: 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
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