The Specifications for a Yamaha SRX 700

by John London

The Yamaha SRX 700 is a snowmobile manufactured and sold by Yamaha in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The snowmobile received positive reviews, notably from GCMSports.com, PowerSportsNetwork.com and MotorSports-Network.com. A brand-new 2000 Yamaha SRX 700 cost US$ 7,799.00. The Yamaha SRX 700 came with a three-year warranty.


The Yamaha SRX 700 is 108.7 inches long, 46.1 inches wide and 42.7 inches high. It weighs 522 pounds.

Engine and Exhaust

The 696-cc, three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine of the Yamaha SRX 700 features a 69.0-mm bore and a 62.0-mm stroke. The engine comes with a Mikuni TM33 X3 carburetor. It is linked to a triple-pipe, power-valve exhaust system

Ignition and Transmission

The Yamaha SRX 700 has a digital CDI ignition with a throttle position censor. The snowmobile features a YVXC variable-ratio transmission.

Fuel and Oil Capacity

The snowmobile is equipped with a 12-gallon fuel tank. It has an oil capacity of 3.5 quarts.

Suspension and Brakes

The Yamaha SRX 700 comes with an independent, trailing-arm front suspension and a proaction SRX rear suspension with easy adjustability. The machine has hydraulic, ventilated disc brakes.

Other Specifications

The plastic 40.9-inch skies provide a stable stance for the snowmobile. The track is 15 inches long, 121 inches wide and 0.92 inches high. The Yamaha SRX 700 comes in one color -- Team Yamaha Blue with White.

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