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Thread: Vmax-4's vs. SRX ( or ZRT's,Mach's..etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sideshowBob
    My completely stock 1995 VMAX4 800 weighed 580lbs with antifreeze, full oil but NO fuel. This was done on three digital scales.

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    I REALLY BELIEVE MY VMAX 4 IS THE HEAVEST SNOWMOBILE EVER MADE. I AM BENT OVER EVERY-TIME I GO TO MOVE IT. 3:16 (yammie tony)
    WELCOME TO YAMAHA HEAVEN / WINTER THUNDER/ VMAX4 800 5.91 e.t.
    1995 VMAX 800- FASTEST YAMAHA EVER RUN AT THE AMERICAN SNOWMOBILER MAG SHOOTOUT. 105.16 mph
    2000 SRX 700 (10.458 @ 120.98, 1.39 60. on tar)
    2002 SRX 700 (110 in 1000 f.t. on radar 8bu-10)
    5.74 e.t. 85.15 on grass
    1979 srx 440
    YAMAHA PERFORMANCE SNOWMOBILES
    ''my old dinosaur just ate your new sled for lunch ''

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    Quote Originally Posted by YAMMIEGOD3:16
    I REALLY BELIEVE MY VMAX 4 IS THE HEAVEST SNOWMOBILE EVER MADE. I AM BENT OVER EVERY-TIME I GO TO MOVE IT. 3:16 (yammie tony)
    Ownership of an RX1 will shed pounds from your Vmax-4.

    Worked for me.

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    PHI, IT ALSO WILL SHED SLED LENGTHS. lol. 3:16 (YAMMIE TONY)
    WELCOME TO YAMAHA HEAVEN / WINTER THUNDER/ VMAX4 800 5.91 e.t.
    1995 VMAX 800- FASTEST YAMAHA EVER RUN AT THE AMERICAN SNOWMOBILER MAG SHOOTOUT. 105.16 mph
    2000 SRX 700 (10.458 @ 120.98, 1.39 60. on tar)
    2002 SRX 700 (110 in 1000 f.t. on radar 8bu-10)
    5.74 e.t. 85.15 on grass
    1979 srx 440
    YAMAHA PERFORMANCE SNOWMOBILES
    ''my old dinosaur just ate your new sled for lunch ''

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    Had both 98 srx ported, 148hp and vmax 800 stock pipes 159hp and 173hp with psi quads. Grass dragged srx and vmax stock...no comparison, vmax everywhere. Vmax weight 597 ready to grass drag, don't know what the srx was. Now with quads could watch the srx leave and within 300ft gone by was like an srx vs 600 twin!

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    well got a 95 vmax4 bigbore 866 that i snow dragged this winter for the first time since i bought and fixed it , had 1 4 lane race 650 ft against 1000 cat improvers that have been around for a few race seasons and beat them easly the max4 is still geting dialed in so it will be quicker than it allready is, and vmax4 still ruels .

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    Can't wait to get my hands on one, hurry up winter!
    WOW!!!!........Even fast said that was F@*Kin! fast

    One day you will see you and your snowmobile flash before your eyes: make sure it's worth watching!
    2000 SRX 700

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    My 95 zrt 800 with richard pipes weighed 575 lbs no gas. Max is not that bad.

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    my 2000 srx weighed 591 scaled in tar mode. 15'' inch track, stock skid. 3:16 (yammie tony)
    WELCOME TO YAMAHA HEAVEN / WINTER THUNDER/ VMAX4 800 5.91 e.t.
    1995 VMAX 800- FASTEST YAMAHA EVER RUN AT THE AMERICAN SNOWMOBILER MAG SHOOTOUT. 105.16 mph
    2000 SRX 700 (10.458 @ 120.98, 1.39 60. on tar)
    2002 SRX 700 (110 in 1000 f.t. on radar 8bu-10)
    5.74 e.t. 85.15 on grass
    1979 srx 440
    YAMAHA PERFORMANCE SNOWMOBILES
    ''my old dinosaur just ate your new sled for lunch ''

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    I remember Tony when the SRX came out it was supposed to be the best thing since sliced bread but we know how that went..I remember going to the show for the 1998 sleds in Albany and no one would talk v-max4 with me...Even at the 1997 show I was looking at the vmax4 long track and getting laughed at by someone who owns a dealer and I was like oh yea..?? And yes a RX-1 makes a vmax4 as light as a F-7...The best V-Max4 I had was my 880 Hauck BB with Aaen Quads 180' fired bored carbs and I long tracked it to 136" Beat allot of D&D big bore cats doo's etc..Still Dave who runs up at Lanzi's still has his vmax god bless him..I'am such an *** for selling what I had and now its really hard to afford to get back into them.. Also on tar I ran a 10.32 at 123 with my 800 vmax and quads and I weight is 200 + lbs...When I had the one and only IMP SRX built by the Crank Shop it only made 177 hp on the dyno..Any well built vmax4 was 195 +..So much more I can say but the SRX was easier to grass race and got better as the years went by..If you do a BB SRX you got something.....

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