- 1049 cc
Meet the 2012 Yamaha FX Nytro MTX 162 – a fast sled that can tackle anything you throw at it. As far as power is concerned, the sled is propelled by a 4-stroke, 3-cylinder, 2-valves, liquid-cooled engine with a displacement of 1,049 cc.
Among the improvements made for 2012 you’ll find the new Ascent track, single-piece extrovert drivers, MT-9 mountain skis and new graphics. Moreover, the sled’s seat has been also improved, offering better anti-sag properties in the foam and a more durable seat cover.
The 2012 Yamaha FX Nyto MTX 162 rides on a plush suspension that was carefully tweaked to put the rider’s comfort on the first place. It consists of Fox Float 2 and Fox Float XV shocks that are combined with a new shallow approach angle and new lightweight rails with the designed semi-couple.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 Yamaha FX Nytro MTX 162.
Yamaha applied high-technology machine was integrated with injection fuel system to control efficiency of ignition. TPS(Throtle Position System) supported the performance of engine, because this advance technology makes the ignition perfect and efficient but powerful. Consumer will enjoy the throttle system as a effect of the advanced electronic fuel injection system. Yamaha have a unique features at the Braking Reduction System. The system giving riders a coast feeling if the throttle was released, because the system allows air to pass through the fuel injection System.
2012 FX Nytro MTX 162 has designed air ergonomic, so thr riders could be better to pass a bad condition at snow mountain. And their airflow design pulls fresh air in from around the headlight and forces it through the radiator fins for high cooling capacity and supported the riders for great adventure.
The Design of Fx Nytro MTX 162 has more superiority, at First superiority their design maximizes the horse power was produce the machine with by using a straight exhaust pipe design. And the second superiority is to reduce the amount of under-hood heat produced. And the third, it gives the rider the good balance to pass a bad track at the mountain
The 4-stroke machine with 3 cylinder can produce a more horse power, With Digital T.C.I. with throttle position sensor makes the ignition efficient and perfet. And don’t forget the 41mm fuel injection, The System was succesful integrated in the “Soul” of the machine. This Product has dominated the FX Nytro Family, because The new FXG2 front suspension with its adjustable 41-inch ski stance is designed to give optimum trail performance without sacrificing side hilling or deep snow throw downs.
The Nyto MTX 162 suspension was totally redesigned to accomplish the comfortable of Riders. In a joint effort, Yamaha co-developed this suspension with Fox to make it the best suspension for any mountain rider. It is equipped with a Fox® Float™ 2 and Fox® Float™ XV shock that boost this suspension to a whole another level, and combined with a new shallow approach angle, new lightweight rails with the designed semi-couple, makes your suspension ready to ride on snow mountain.
2012 FX Nytro MTX 162 have a compact design with puts the engine down low and back in the chassis, and the top side cab open for airflow. It makes the designed feel Ergonomic, and makes the mass centralized. The Design give the rider good handling and good experience.
|Engine||4-stroke, 3-cylinder, 2-valves, liquid-cooled|
|Bore x Stroke||82 x 66.2 mm|
|Carburetion||41 mm fuel injection|
|Ignition||Digital T.C.I. w/ throttle position sensor|
|Fuel Type||Regular unleaded|
|Fuel Capacity||7.4 gal.|
|Oil Capacity||3 qt.|
|Suspension||Front: FXG2; Fox® FLOAT® 2 shocks; 8.5 in. travel|
Rear: ProMountain® Air 162; Fox® FLOAT® 2 / FLOAT® 2 XV shocks; 15 in. travel
|Brakes||4-piston hydraulic w/ lightweight ventilated disc|
|Skis||MT-9 mountain ski|
|Ski Stance||40.7 in.|
|Track LxWxH||162 x 15 x 2.25 in., 1-ply Ascent|
|Colors||Yamaha Blue, Yamaha Black|
Total Yamaha 4-stroke----"The FX Nytro MTX 162 has no heavy steel suspension springs on its ProMountain Air rear suspension. The industry’s first springless sled also features a mountain-specific skid that was engineered in close collaboration with Fox."
Snow Mobile----"170 to 175 horsepower is true horsepower from 1,000 feet to 10,000 feet. A motor loses about 3.5-percent of its horsepower for every thousand feet gained in elevation. To understand this, a 160 horsepower two-stroke, as calculated from sea-level air, is a 139 horsepower two-stroke at 6000 feet."