2014 Yamaha SR Viper Price Details and Specs



A diverse assortment of snowmobiles, Yamaha’s 2014 SR Viper range promotes a strong chassis and steady four-stroke engine power. A 1,049 cc three-cylinder engine benefiting from fuel injection and a digital ignition propels the SR Viper line. Designed for trail riding, the base Yamaha SR Viper was propelled by a 129-inch long Camoplast Rip Saw II track. Operating on a longer 137-inch Rip Saw II track is the SR Viper LTX model. 2014 Yamaha SR Viper was available as an SE model adding the Fox Float 3 front shock absorbers. The SE package is optional on the SR Viper LTX model but is included standard on the RTX and XTX versions of the snowmobile. A race-inspired model for battling rough trails, the 2014 Yamaha SR Viper RTX SE features a 2.3-inch lower overall height than the base model thanks to the exclusion of a windscreen. A departure from the other SR Vipers, the XTX SE snowmobile is classified as a cross-country model. The 2014 SR Viper XTX SE rides on a 141-inch long Camoplast Cobra track with a 1.6-inch tread height. The SR Viper XTX SE also includes Fox Zero Pro as well as Fox Float 2 rear shocks for enhanced performance handling. Electric start, disc braking as dual halogen headlights are included standard on all 2014 Yamaha SR Viper snowmobiles.

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