Yamaha has redesigned its FX Cruiser HO for 2008 with a brand new hull and deck made with nanotechnology.
The only personal watercraft manufacturer using nanotechnology, Yamaha says the innovative and award-winning NanoExcel provides a 25% reduction in weight in the hull, deck and liner.
With the lighter components, riders will find improvements in performance and handling, acceleration, top speed and power-to-weight ratio, according to the company.
"This process really allows us to have a material that is more dense, stronger and cuts the weight significantly," Yamaha's marine product manager Jean-Francois Rioux told PersonalWatercraft.com. "By bringing a lighter weight to the machine, we're changing the whole characteristic and handling of the unit."
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