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SR Viper

Discussion in 'FX Nytro General Talk' started by mtotguy, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. mtotguy

    mtotguy Extreme

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    2014 Viper RTX, 2009 Nytro RTX
    Does anybody have a line on how much the new SR Viper weighs?
     
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  3. poor farmer/logger

    poor farmer/logger Expert

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    Kind of curious too as to what they've done with the exhaust.If they've gone under tunel or just where they went with it.. In the one pic I saw it kind of looked like a pipe coming out behine the front right spindle. Pretty sharp angle to come off on if that is indeed where they went with it.

    Ryan
     
  4. Ffbsy

    Ffbsy Extreme

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    exhaust

    looks to be a very sharp bendin the exhaust, there is a link to the exhaust pic that someone posted in the viper area
     
  5. Dodge Ram

    Dodge Ram Expert

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  6. fxnytro1050

    fxnytro1050 Expert

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    side exhaust can same as the old designs.
     
  7. mtotguy

    mtotguy Extreme

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    So how much does it weigh?
     
  8. SteelerJim

    SteelerJim Pro

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    I don't think anyone knows yet. Probably about the same or slightly heavier than the Nytro. I have a buddy with an XF 1100 n.a. it weighs 526 dry to my XTX's 542 dry. Now add 1 more cylinder to the XF and the weights should be close.
     
  9. fxnytro1050

    fxnytro1050 Expert

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    like always. yamaha xoesnt put it under there specs.
     
  10. YamaMTX

    YamaMTX Lifetime Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Crazy that Yamaha is the new AC
     
  11. fxnytro1050

    fxnytro1050 Expert

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    Yamaha is definitely going to benefit from arctic cat. Yamaha has the reliability while arctic cat has the chassis down. either way its all up from here. I do like the new design. Bit of arctic cats new design with a little bit of the old viper mixed in. Looks good.
     
  12. YamaMTX

    YamaMTX Lifetime Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    Im not saying I don't like the new Viper. Just now if I were to buy one it would have a turbo and I could paint it blue and a sticker package. My very own mix breed!
     
  13. poor farmer/logger

    poor farmer/logger Expert

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    It will be interesting to see how it all turns out next winter. See if they managed to get a few of the problmes sorted out. One thing I'm not sure I'd like is the reverse on the handle bars. It's convienient to just push a button but 3 times now it's happened to me where I've hit a bump and bumped the kill switch wth my mid section. Would hate to hit the revese button at 50 mph. Maybe they've got some safetey's built in I don't know..

    Bigger fuel tank is one plus.

    Ryan
     
  14. yamahabandit

    yamahabandit Expert

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    Trust me, hitting the reverse button by accident is not a problem.
     

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