Expanding It Line

Yamaha adds three more props

Published in the September 2012 Issue Published online: Sep 04, 2012 Ask The Expert
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Added to Yamaha's propeller line up are three new products that are now available through Yamaha marine dealers nationwide.

Yamaha's V MAX SHO 24 and 26 are designed for use with Yamaha's line of VMAX SHO 4.2-liter V6 outboards. Using the same style and blade shape as the V MAX ventless propeller series, these new propellers allow fine tuning of the wide open throttle rpm for peak performance on V MAX SHO-powered boats.

The XL4-HP 22-inch four-bladed propeller is designed specifically for the Yamaha 5.3-liter F350 outboard. Like the XL4-HP 24, the XL4-HP 22 is designed for lighter, high-performance, multi-engine boats that often carry heavier loads.

Yamaha Marine is the only outboard brand to have earned NMMA's C.S.I. Customer Satisfaction Index award every year since its inception. Visit

www.yamahaoutboards.com for more information.

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