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    i dont know anything about yamaha's but i am getting interested in them and im wondering, whats the difference between the yamaha sxr and srx? thanx

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    Where do i start srx has alot more power and it is alot more kg it also has a differnt suspension then the sxr.

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    The SRX is a triple triple with valves and stuff.

    The SXr is a triple into one. It produces no more hp then the 'ol 597 XLT.

    Both look cool.

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    srx has power valves tripple pipes and about 2-3 inches less suspension travel........and goes like hell compared to a sxr

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    To put it blunty, coming off your Indy 500, a SRX will seem like a time machine!!!!

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    SRX is a short travel tripple with tripple pipes and makes about 140hp. It has power valves and is a fast sled when riding hard packed.

    SXR is a long travel tripple with single pipe and makes about 112Hp stock. Clutched and geared down the pull hard to about 100mph. They work better in loose snow then the SRX.

    Both sleds are very reliable tripples and easy on gas.

    I have an SXR set up for 136hp and pulls hard. The tripple pipes I have make great top end speed.

    So it all depends on what you are looking for and what kind of riding you want to do. If you want all the speed of the SRX but dont like the short travel suspension you can put long travel shocks with longer limiters.

    If you are not looking for the top end but want the softer more comfortable ride get the SXR and clutch it. There are a few other inexpensive mods to the SXR as well.

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    thanks guys for the information
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    SRX is a way btter more powerful sled. Go with the SRX

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    SRX IS A SHATLOAD MORE POWERFUL AND COMES WITH GOOD TRACKS MY FRIEND CLIMBED A MT EVEREST WITh that thing

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    Originally posted by jackdoa
    [br]SRX IS A SHATLOAD MORE POWERFUL AND COMES WITH GOOD TRACKS MY FRIEND CLIMBED A MT EVEREST WITh that thing
    LMFAO!! You actually expect us to believe your friend climbed Mt. Everest with a SRX?[?] SRX's have the worst stock track I have EVER seen. They don't hook up AT ALL! The only way a SRX will climb Mt. Everest is with a longer and bigger lug track. I had a SRX and they aren't worth a $h1t in powder!

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