Important labels ......5 Yamaha Engine Management Warning labels ........6 System (YEMS) ......39 Other labels ........8 Yamaha Security System ....39 No-wake mode ........ 41 Safety information......10 Cruise assist ........42 Limitations on who may operate Multifunction information center ..
Docking the watercraft ..... 80 Consumer information ....105 Reverse on waterways ....80 Limited warranty ......105 Operating in weeded areas ..... 81 YAMAHA EXTENDED SERVICE Post-operation care ...... 81 (Y.E.S.) ........107 Transporting ......... 82 Maintenance and care..... 83 Storage .........
Hull Identification Number (HIN), and engine serial number in the spaces provided for assistance when ordering genuine parts from a Yamaha dealer. Also record and keep these ID numbers in a separate place in case your watercraft is stolen.
General and important labels EJU30350 EJU30400 Emission control information Approval label of emission control certificate This engine conforms to 2009 U.S. Environ- This label is attached to the top of the cylinder mental Protection Agency (EPA) and/or Cali- head and to the inside of the engine compart- fornia Resources Board...
General and important labels EJU30430 One Star - Low Emission Manufactured date label The one-star label identifies engines that This label is attached to the top of the cylinder meet the Air Resources Board’s Personal head. Watercraft and Outboard marine engine 2001 exhaust emission standards.
General and important labels exhaust emission standards or the Sterndrive and Inboard marine engine 2003-2008 ex- haust emission standards. Engines meeting these standards have 65% lower emissions than One Star-Low Emission engines. Four Stars - Super Ultra Low Emission The four-star label identifies engines that meet the Air Resources Board’s Sterndrive and Inboard marine engine 2009 exhaust emission standards.
The safe use and operation of this water- operate the watercraft craft is dependent upon the use of proper Yamaha recommends a minimum operator riding techniques, as well as upon the age of 16 years old. common sense, good judgment, and ex- Adults must supervise use by minors.
Safety information teristics of the watercraft before trying any EJU30761 Cruising limitations difficult maneuvers. Scan constantly for people, objects, and other watercraft. Be alert for conditions that limit your visibility or block your vision of others. Operate defensively at safe speeds and keep a safe distance away from people, ob- jects, and other watercraft.
Safety information kles, and other bones. Do not jump wakes with another boat, which could result in se- or waves. vere injury or death. Do not operate the watercraft in rough wa- ter, bad weather, or when visibility is poor; this may lead to an accident causing injury or death.
Safety information know that a helmet could help protect you in EJU30812 Operation requirements certain kinds of accidents and that it could All riders must wear a U.S. Coast Guard injure you in others. (USCG) approved personal flotation device A helmet is designed to provide some head (PFD) that is suitable for personal water- protection.
Safety information The operator and passengers should al- tercraft to avoid accidental starting or unau- ways keep their feet on the floor of the foot- thorized use by children or others. well when the watercraft is in motion. Lifting your feet increases the chances of losing your balance, or hitting objects outside the watercraft with your feet.
A mirror can also be used as an emergency signal. Contact a Yamaha dealer or the U.S. Coast Guard for more information. Watch A watch is helpful so you will know how long you have been operating the watercraft.
Always operate the watercraft in an This model is equipped with the Yamaha open area. Engine Management System (YEMS) that Do not touch the hot muffler or engine dur- includes an off-throttle steering (OTS) sys- ing or immediately after engine operation;...
Safety information Reverse can be used to slow down or stop any debris or weeds, which may have col- during slow-speed maneuvering, such as lected around the jet intake. when docking. Once the engine is idling, shift into reverse and gradually increase en- gine speed.
Safety information is required by law. Let the skier direct the EJU30941 Water-skiing operator’s control of speed and direction You can use the watercraft for water-skiing if with hand signals. it has the seating capacity to carry the opera- The spotter should sit astride the rear of the tor, a rearward-facing spotter, and the water- seat and hold onto the handgrip with both skier when he or she is not skiing.
1 Handgrip tential hazard. Be alert to the hazard of the ski rope handle FX SHO snapping back at the watercraft when the skier falls or is unable to get up on the skis. Towing heavy or bulky objects other than...
EJU30961 Rules of the Road The vessel which does not have the right-of- Your Yamaha watercraft is legally consid- way has the duty to take positive and timely ered a powerboat. Operation of the water- action to stay out of the way of the stand-on craft must be in accordance with the rules vessel.
Safety information give-way vessels). Both you and the meeting provided the other vessel gives you the right- vessel must alter course to avoid each other. of-way as it should. Meeting Overtaking If you are meeting another power-driven ves- If you are passing another vessel, you are the sel head on, and are close enough to run the give-way vessel.
Safety information Fishing vessel right-of-way Many bodies of water used by boaters are en- All vessels fishing with nets, lines, or trawls tirely within the boundaries of a particular are considered to be “fishing vessels” under state. The Uniform State Waterway Marking the International Rules.
Safety information They signify speed zones, restricted areas, danger areas, and general information. Remember, markings may vary by geograph- ic location. Always consult local boating au- thorities before riding your watercraft in unfamiliar waters.
Power Squadron. Watercraft Education and Training The Online Boating Safety Course, available through the watercraft section of the yamaha- motor.com website, is a free, 50 question learning course available to the public. Upon successful completion of 80 percent or better,...
Safety information waterways stay open for the enjoyment of a EJU30991 Enjoy your watercraft variety of recreational opportunities. responsibly You share the areas you enjoy when riding your watercraft with others and with nature. So your enjoyment includes a responsibility to treat these other people, and the lands, wa- ters, and wildlife with respect and courtesy.
Features and functions EJU31010 Location of main components Front view 1 Handlebars 9 Bow eye 2 Rear seat 10 Hood 3 Front seat 11 Fuel tank filler cap 4 Footwell 5 Sponsons 6 Gunwale 7 Pull-up cleat (for FX Cruiser SHO) 8 Cooling water pilot outlet...
Features and functions Control system 1 Remote control transmitter 17 Up switch (for cruise assist) 2 Watertight compartment 18 Down switch (for cruise assist) 3 Start switch 19 “SET” switch (for cruise assist) 4 Engine shut-off switch 20 “NO-WAKE MODE” switch 5 Clip 6 Engine stop switch 7 Engine shut-off cord (lanyard)
Features and functions Engine compartment 1 Engine cover 2 Air filter case 3 Water separator 4 Fuel tank 5 Battery 6 Flushing hose connector 7 Electrical box 8 Engine oil filler cap 9 Spark plug cap 10 Dipstick...
Features and functions EJU31021 sure that the seat is securely installed before Operation of controls and other operating the watercraft. functions EJU31041 Seats To remove the rear seat: Pull the rear seat latch up, and then pull the seat off. 1 Seat latch To install the rear seat: Insert the projections on the front of the seat...
Make sure that the fuel tank filler cap and the hood are securely closed be- fore operating the watercraft. EJU34844 Remote control transmitter The Yamaha Security System and low-RPM 1 Visor mode settings are selected using the remote control transmitter. (See “Yamaha Security...
Other- wise, the transmitter may not operate properly. If the transmitter needs a new The Yamaha Security System and low-RPM battery, contact a Yamaha dealer. mode settings can only be selected using the remote control transmitter.
Features and functions EJU31150 is not running to prevent unauthorized use by Engine stop switch children or others. Push the engine stop switch (red button) to stop the engine normally. 1 Clip 2 Engine shut-off cord (lanyard) 1 Engine stop switch 3 Engine shut-off switch EJU31161 Engine shut-off switch...
Features and functions Lock mode of the Yamaha Security System EJU31210 Throttle lever has been selected. (See page 40 for Squeeze the throttle lever to increase engine Yamaha Security System lock and unlock speed. mode selection procedures.) Clip is removed from the engine shut-off switch.
Since the strength of the jet thrust determines the speed and degree of a turn, throttle must always be applied when attempting a turn, ex- cept at trolling speed. This model is equipped with the Yamaha En- gine Management System (YEMS) that in-...
Features and functions To adjust the tilt, pull the tilt lever up, and then EJU31312 Quick Shift Trim System (QSTS) move the handlebars up or down to the de- selector sired position. The QSTS selector is located at the left han- dlebar grip and is used to adjust the trim angle of the watercraft.
Features and functions There are 5 positions: 2 bow-down positions To enhance particular types of performance, (a) and (b), neutral “N”, and 2 bow-up posi- select bow down or bow up. tions (c) and (d). EJU31330 Bow down To change the trim angle: Turn the QSTS selector to (a) or (b) and the (1) Reduce engine speed to less than 3000 bow will go down while the watercraft is on...
If the handgrip breaks, the boarding step for any other purpose. The watercraft could fall, which could result in watercraft can be damaged. severe injury. [EWJ00021] FX SHO 1 Handgrip 1 Reboarding step FX Cruiser SHO EJU34870 Bow eye The bow eye is located at the bow of the wa- tercraft.
(OTS) system. EJU31381 Yamaha Security System The Yamaha Security System functions to help prevent unauthorized use or theft of the watercraft. The engine cannot be started if the security system is in the lock mode. The en- gine can only be started in the unlock mode.
1 Remote control transmitter 1 Lock button EJU36771 Yamaha Security System settings 2 Unlock button The Yamaha Security System settings are se- lected by pressing the lock or unlock button on the remote control transmitter briefly. 1 “UNLOCK” indicator light TIP: The lock and unlock modes of this system can only be selected while the engine is stopped.
There are two operation modes in the unlock Activation of the no-wake mode will be con- mode of the Yamaha Security System: the firmed by the beeper and the digital speedom- normal mode and the low-RPM mode. The eter display.
Features and functions To activate the no-wake mode: TIP: TIP: The digital speedometer display flashes con- The no-wake mode cannot be activated im- tinually while the no-wake mode is activated. mediately after starting the engine. After start- ing the engine, wait for 5 seconds or more before activating the mode.
Features and functions Activating and deactivating the cruise as- TIP: sist The digital speedometer display flashes con- Activation of the cruise assist will be con- tinually while the cruise assist is activated. firmed by the beeper and the digital speedom- Make sure that the beeper has sounded and eter display.
Features and functions and the engine will respond normally to the engine speed will change. However, the ad- throttle. justment is limited to a maximum of five incre- ments above or below the initial cruise assist setting. To deactivate the cruise assist: Relax your grip on the throttle lever.
Features and functions ponents for help and convenience in operat- EJU34930 Analog speedometer/tachometer and indi- ing the watercraft. cator lights This watercraft is equipped with the following meter and indicator lights. 1 Analog speedometer/tachometer and indi- cator lights 2 Left multifunction display and operation but- 1 Analog speedometer/tachometer tons 2 “SPEED”...
Features and functions “RPM” indicator light comes on when the an- EJU36800 “SPEED” indicator light alog tachometer is selected. The “SPEED” indicator light comes on when the analog speedometer is selected. 1 “Speed/RPM” button 2 “SPEED” indicator light 1 “SPEED” indicator light 3 “RPM”...
The “UNLOCK” indicator light comes on when The left multifunction display is equipped with the unlock mode of the Yamaha Security Sys- the following functions. tem is selected. The watercraft can be ridden normally when this light is on. (See page 40 for more information.)
Features and functions The following operation buttons are on the left TIP: side of the multifunction information center. Kilometers are selected as the display units at the Yamaha factory. 1 “Speed/RPM” button 2 “Volt/Hour” button 1 “Volt/Hour” button EJU37081 Digital speedometer The digital speedometer shows the watercraft speed against water.
“LO” is displayed on the voltmeter and if the voltage is above 18.1 volts, “HI” is displayed on the voltmeter. If “HI” or “LO” is displayed, return to shore and, if necessary, have a Yamaha dealer check the charging system and the battery. 1 Fuel level meter EJU36811...
If the for clogging. (See page 101 for more informa- oil level is sufficient, have a Yamaha dealer tion.) NOTICE: If you cannot locate and check the watercraft.
If this occurs, reduce the engine speed, return 1 “Mode/Reset” button to shore, and have a Yamaha dealer check 2 “Start/Stop” button the engine. To switch the display mode, push the TIP: “Mode/Reset”...
Features and functions the display units are switched to miles/gal- Average speed This display shows the average speed in lons/degrees Fahrenheit. miles per hour “AV MPH” or kilometers per hour “AV KMH” since it was reset. 1 “Volt/Hour” button 2 “SPEED” indicator light Compass Tripmeter This display shows the current direction of the...
Features and functions Fuel consumption per hour Water temperature This display shows the current fuel consump- This display shows the ambient water temper- tion in gallons per hour “G/HR” or liters per ature “L TEMP” (lake temperature). hour “L/HR”. Air temperature This display shows the ambient air tempera- Fuel consumption per kilometer/mile ture “E TEMP”...
Features and functions surements are stopped. The beeper sounds To open the front storage compartment, pull twice. the visor up, and then lift up the hood. 1 “Mode/Reset” button 1 Visor 2 “Start/Stop” button The displays can be reset only when the mea- surements are stopped.
Features and functions To close the front storage compartment, push Glove compartment: down on the center of the hood until it latches Capacity: securely. 5.9 L (1.6 US gal, 1.3 Imp.gal) Load limit: 1.0 kg (2 lb) To close the glove compartment, lower the lid, and then turn the glove compartment knob to lock the lid in place.
Features and functions EJU35171 Beverage holder The beverage holder is located on the star- board (right) side of the watercraft. 1 Beverage holder Do not place beverages in the beverage hold- er when operating the watercraft. EJU35184 Watertight compartment The watertight compartment is located on the port (left) side of the watercraft.
Operation Make sure that the engine oil is at the speci- Fuel tank capacity: fied level. Add oil as necessary. (See page 61 70 L (18.5 US gal, 15.4 Imp.gal) for engine oil level checking procedures.) Use a combination of the recommended SAE and API engine oil classifications shown in the chart below.
Check the hull and deck for cracks and other to settle by waiting 5 minutes or more before damage. If any damage is found, have a checking the oil level. Yamaha dealer repair the watercraft. (2) Remove the seats. (See page 30 for seat EJU36871 Fuel level removal and installation procedures.)
If the engine oil lev- el is significantly above the maximum lev- el mark, have a Yamaha dealer service the watercraft. 1 Water separator 2 Drain screw...
Operation If water remains in the water separator, drain (3) After the water has drained, wipe the it by removing the drain screw. Place a drain bilge with dry rags to make sure that it is pan under the water separator to catch the thoroughly dry.
3 Breather hose with this watercraft. If you do not have one, Make sure that the battery is securely held in contact a Yamaha dealer or a fire extinguisher place. dealer to obtain one meeting the proper spec- EJU32571 ifications.
Operation plete range and spring back to the idle posi- place. (See “Tilt lever” on page 35 for more in- tion when released. formation.) 1 Tilt lever EJU32611 Steering system EJU36581 Shift lever and reverse gate Check the handlebars for looseness. EWJ00031 Turn the handlebars as far as possible to the WARNING...
QSTS selector several times to check that they operate properly. (1) Squeeze the QSTS selector lock lever and check that it returns smoothly to its original position when released. If the mechanism does not work properly, have a Yamaha dealer service it.
Operation EJU32651 continue to run and cause an accident. Jet intake [EWJ01220] Carefully check the jet intake for weeds, de- bris, or anything else that might restrict the in- take of water. If the jet intake is clogged, clean it. (See page 101 for jet intake cleaning proce- dures.) If the watercraft is operated while the jet in- take is clogged, cavitation could occur, reduc-...
Operation gine stop switch, and the engine shut-off operation of the multifunction information cen- switch.) ter.) 1 Start switch 2 Engine stop switch 3 Engine shut-off switch 4 Clip 5 Engine shut-off cord (lanyard) EJU36890 Cooling water pilot outlets Check that water comes out from the port (left) cooling water pilot outlets while the en- gine is running and the watercraft is in the wa- ter.
EJU36341 Starting the engine ECJ00430 NOTICE (1) If the lock mode of the Yamaha Security Failure to follow the engine break-in pro- System is selected, use the remote con- cedure could result in reduced engine life trol transmitter to select the unlock mode.
Operation pebbles or sand could be sucked into in 5 seconds, release the start switch, the jet intake, causing impeller dam- wait 15 seconds, and then try again. The age and engine overheating. engine will not start if the throttle lever is [ECJ00471] squeezed.
Leaving the watercraft you could be pinched. If leaving the watercraft, select the lock mode of the Yamaha Security System and remove To shift into reverse: the engine shut-off cord (lanyard) to reduce (1) Release the throttle lever and let the en- the chance of accidental starting or unautho- gine speed return to idle.
Operation EJU32901 Check state and local laws before operating Operating your watercraft your watercraft. EJU32952 Operate defensively at safe speeds and keep Getting to know your watercraft a safe distance away from people, objects, Operating your watercraft requires skills ac- and other watercraft.
Operation fabrics, like those used in bicycle shorts. A full The passengers must always wear a U.S. wetsuit can also protect against hypothermia Coast Guard approved PFD and a wetsuit (subnormal body temperature) and abra- bottom or equivalent. sions. Do not give a ride to children whose feet can- Footwear and gloves are recommended.
Operation throttle lever when trying to steer away start the engine, and then look in all direc- from objects—you need throttle to steer. tions before starting off. EJU33111 Boarding and starting from a dock (1) Board the watercraft from the side. (2) Attach the engine shut-off cord (lanyard) to your left wrist, and then attach the clip to the engine shut-off switch.
Operation EJU36351 start the engine, and then look in all direc- Boarding alone tions before starting off. (1) Swim to the rear of the watercraft and place both hands on the boarding plat- form, pull yourself up, and then grasp the handgrip with one hand.
Operation (1) Climb on board as noted in the previous both the passengers and the operator section, and sit astride the seat. should try to balance the watercraft. (2) Attach the engine shut-off cord (lanyard) (5) Check that the passengers have their to your left wrist, and then attach the clip feet on the floor of the footwell and are to the engine shut-off switch.
Operation tion, and then move to the seat and sit (6) Gradually increase the speed to balance astride to balance the watercraft. the watercraft. (2) Have a passenger pull him or herself up EJU33231 Capsized watercraft onto the boarding platform into a kneeling EWJ00671 position, then move to the seat and sit WARNING...
Operation which can result in severe damage. need throttle to steer. A collision could result in severe injury or death. [ECJ00541] When operating at higher speeds, make gradual turns or slow down before turn- ing. Sharp high-speed turns may cause the watercraft to slide sideways or spin, throwing the operator and passengers overboard, which could cause an injury.
If you are You need throttle to steer. traveling at speeds above trolling, you will This model is equipped with the Yamaha En- have rapidly decreasing ability to steer gine Management System (YEMS) that in- without throttle. You may still have some cludes an off-throttle steering (OTS) system.
Operation soon as the throttle lever is released, but will (2) Approach the beach slowly and stop the coast for a distance before fully stopping. If engine before reaching land. you are not sure you can stop in time before Remember, you need throttle to steer.
Operation EJU37190 EJU37141 Operating in weeded areas Post-operation care Always avoid operating your watercraft in ar- To keep your watercraft in top shape, always eas where weed growth is thick. If traveling in take it out of the water after using it and per- weeded areas is unavoidable, operate the en- form the following procedures.
It is advisable [ECJ01050] to have the watercraft serviced by a Yamaha TIP: dealer prior to storage. However, the following If you will be storing the watercraft for a pro- procedures can be performed by the owner.
1.28 at 20 °C (68 °F) Lubrication (1) Lubricate all cables such as the throttle It is recommended to have a Yamaha dealer and steering cables. check the specific gravity and charge the bat- Use a Yamaha Power Cable Luber and tery.
The most important points of watercraft inspection, adjustment, and lubri- cation are explained on the following pages. See a Yamaha dealer for genuine Yamaha re- placement parts and optional accessories de- signed for your watercraft. Remember, failures that are the result of the...
Maintenance and care wrench may also be necessary to tighten nuts and bolts. 1 Tool bag 2 Screwdriver 3 16 mm box wrench 4 10/12 mm box wrench 5 Pliers 6 Open-end wrench 7 Garden hose adapter...
3.0 L (3.17 US qt, 2.64 Imp.qt) Total amount: 4.3 L (4.55 US qt, 3.78 Imp.qt) EJU34311 Air filter element Have a Yamaha dealer check the air filter ele- ment at the intervals specified in the periodic maintenance chart. EJU34321 Checking the jet thrust nozzle angle...
Maintenance and care If the reverse gate does not make contact with Difference of A and B: the stopper, have a Yamaha dealer service it. Maximum 5 mm (0.20 in) EJU37030 Checking and adjusting the throttle cable Face the handlebars straight ahead, and then...
Maintenance and care (3) Make sure that the handlebars are facing (2) Slide the rubber cover away from the ad- straight ahead, and then adjust the free juster, and then loosen the locknut. play by turning the adjuster. (3) Make sure that the handlebars are facing straight ahead, and then adjust the free play by turning the adjuster.
1 Spark plug gap grease. Spark plug gap: Recommended water-resistant grease: 0.8–0.9 mm (0.031–0.035 in) Yamaha Marine Grease/Yamaha Grease A To install a spark plug: (1) Clean the gasket surface. Throttle cable (handlebar end) (2) Wipe any dirt from the threads of the Loosen the adjuster and disconnect the spark plug.
Maintenance and care outer cable, and then adjust the throttle ca- Shift cable (shift lever end) ble free play. (See page 90 for adjustment procedures.) Shift cable (reverse gate end) 1 Adjuster Steering cable (handlebar end) Intermediate housing Fill the intermediate housing with water-re- sistant grease through the grease nipple Steering cable (jet thrust nozzle end) using a grease gun.
Call a physician im- Battery life could be shortened. mediately. Eyes: Flush with water for 15 minutes and It is recommended to have a Yamaha dealer get prompt medical attention. charge the battery. If you charge the battery Batteries produce explosive gases. Keep yourself, be sure to read and follow the in- sparks, flames, cigarettes, etc., well away.
3 Breather hose EJU34491 Fuel injection system If the fuel injection system is malfunctioning, have a Yamaha dealer service the watercraft. EJU34500 Checking the trolling speed (1) Place the watercraft in the water. (2) Start the engine and warm it up. Use the tachometer in the multifunction informa- tion center to check the trolling speed.
If you have any trouble with your watercraft, use this section to check for the possible cause. If you cannot find the cause, or if the procedure for replacement or repair is not described in this owner’s/operator’s manual, have a Yamaha dealer perform the necessary service. EJU36982...
Engine runs irregu- Fuel Empty Refill as soon as pos- larly or stalls sible Stale or contaminat- Have serviced by Yamaha dealer Fuel tank Water or dirt present Have serviced by Yamaha dealer Spark plug Fouled or defective Replace Incorrect heat range...
Watercraft slow or Shift lever Not completely shift- Push lever forward loses power ed into forward posi- until it stops tion Yamaha Se- Low-RPM mode se- Select normal mode curity System lected Cavitation Jet intake clogged Clean Impeller damaged or...
Trouble recovery EJU34620 ways stop the engine before beaching the wa- Emergency procedures tercraft. EJU34631 Cleaning the jet intake and impeller EWJ00780 WARNING Before attempting to remove weeds or de- bris from the jet intake or impeller area, shut the engine off and remove the clip from the engine shut-off switch.
If debris is difficult to remove, consult a Yamaha dealer. EJU34641 Jumping the battery If the watercraft battery has run down, the en- gine can be started using a 12-volt booster battery and jumper cables.
Trouble recovery (2) Remove the electrical box cover. system damage and possible fire. [EWJ00801] 1 Electrical box cover 1 Electrical box (3) Remove the cap on the electrical box. 2 Cap (4) Replace the blown fuse with the spare 3 Fuse fuse of the correct amperage by using the 4 Spare fuse fuse puller on the reverse side of the cap.
Submerged watercraft If the watercraft is submerged or flooded with water, follow the procedure below and consult a Yamaha dealer as soon as possible. Failure to do so could result in serious engine dam- age. (1) Beach the watercraft and remove the...
Owner’s/Operator’s Manual. The owner of the watercraft shall give notice to an authorized Yamaha dealer of any and all apparent defects within ten  days of dis- covery and make the watercraft available at that time for inspection and repairs at the dealer’s place of business.
If you should move after you have purchased your new watercraft, please advise us of your new address by sending a postcard listing your Yamaha model name, engine number, dealer number [or dealer’s name] as it is shown on your warranty card, your name and new mailing address.
This excellent Y.E.S. plan coverage is only available to Yamaha owners like you, and only while your Yamaha is still within the Yamaha Limited Warranty period. So visit your authorized Yamaha dealer to get all the facts. He can show you how easy it is to protect your investment with Yamaha Extended Service.
Index Enjoy your watercraft responsibly .... 25 Air filter element ........89 Analog speedometer/tachometer ..... 45 Fire extinguisher........64 Analog speedometer/tachometer and Flushing the cooling system ..... 83 indicator lights........45 Front storage compartment ...... 54 Approval label of emission control Fuel ............
(for FX Cruiser SHO) ......51 Watercraft characteristics......16 “RPM” indicator light......... 46 Water-skiing ..........18 Rules of the Road ........20 Watertight compartment ......56 Seat storage compartment....... 55 Yamaha Engine Management Seats ............30 System (YEMS) ........39...
Index YAMAHA EXTENDED SERVICE (Y.E.S.) ..........107 Yamaha Security System......39 Yamaha Security System settings ... 40...
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