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2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE With Rugged ARCS Suspension

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE

The Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE has all the performance and capabilities of the LE model.

The Fox® RC’s adjustable shock-fired ARCS front suspension leads the charge with a longer, lighter forged spindle and optimized geometry.

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE
2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE

A 137-inch Ripsaw II track encircling a free arm, plus SRV rear suspension with HPG shock, connects the most powerful engine in the industry.

The chassis of this race can withstand going on, ready to face whatever the trail is going through. The look is also vibrant and aggressive, with minimal ‘short’ wind deflectors and hot, high-impact graphics.

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Features

Dual Shock SR Rear Suspension

The SE gets premium Fox Zero RC front shock absorbers with adjustable coil springs and various damping adjustments.

These shocks include Fox FIN ice scraper technology, speed-sensitive dampers, and high-quality hard chrome rods with a 1.5-inch anodized T6 body.

The front arm of the skid frame gets a 1.5 HPG aluminum gas shock, and the rear duty is performed by a more enormous 2.0 aluminum HPG shock for fade-free performance.

A single-keel design can strike an elusive balance between lightweight steering effort and precise handling in various snow conditions.

Special staggered carbides further enhance the steering response. The unique shim bearing assembly works with the rubber saddle block to adjust the pressure point of the carbide.

The overall ski position can also be adjusted by moving the thick spacers on each ski axle to the opposite side.

ARCS Front Suspension

The ARCS front suspension has a high, high-strength forged alloy spindle and a lightweight upper A-arm.

The geometry is designed to optimize suspension function while increasing ground clearance. This results in a giant bite with fewer chassis reels for more predictable and consistent handling.

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Features
2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Features

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Comfort

The lightweight, two-section, tapered Sidewinder tunnel can provide long-term strength and a tapered fit to improve leg comfort and overall riding position.

The reinforced running board is hollowed out with aggressive boot retaining serrations and offers excellent snow evacuation to keep the legs where they want to be.

Handlebar controls feature a left-handed switch cluster that allows ‘on-the-fly’ access to multi-step hand warmers and thumb regulators.

The information on the multi-function gauge can be easily selected with a convenient toggle switch and push-button electric start.

The reverse gear switch is also located in the left-hand cluster. The right side of the bar is clean, with an ergonomically shaped throttle lever and a simple stand-alone emergency stop switch.

The Hayes ‘Stealth’ brake cylinders are equipped with composite brake levers that provide excellent modulation for better feel and strong stopping performance.

Convenient handlebar positioning makes starting, moving to, and from rewind accessible with just a press of the thumb. The servo motor shifts the drivetrain into reverse consistently.

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Performance

The nickel alloy turbine’s body is solid and precise, able to withstand very high temperatures. Powered by premium ceramic ball bearings, Inconel’s turbine blade assembly is extraordinarily light and strong.

This results in a moment of low inertia for lightning-fast response to exhaust gas inputs. The three throttle bodies are used exclusively to further enhance the rapid delivery of compressed air from the impeller to the intake valve.

Using predefined memory maps, Yamaha-developed Mitsubishi ECUs use nine sensors to collect running condition data.

It then adjusts ignition time, fuel delivery, manifold air pressure, and turbo boost pressure to deliver maximum performance under any conditions—reliably.

Yamaha developers wanted a high-speed engine to respond with little to no ‘lag’ as in conventional turbos.

One way they achieved their goal was to develop an intake system using three separate throttle bodies positioned close to the intake valves instead of just one long intake pipe.

This is an innovation not seen in other production turbos on the planet and a first for Yamaha with the Genesis turbo.

Unlike conventional turbo ‘blow-off’ valves, the Yamaha ABV redirects air pressure to the intake side of the compressor to prevent surges and help maintain impeller speed, resulting in ready acceleration and smooth power delivery.

The engine coolant is circulated through a turbocharger to control the temperature under the hood and help cool the incoming charge.

When the engine is turned off, the convection energy generated by the superheated coolant in the turbo head keeps it circulating without the coolant pump operating. This eliminates the need for engine cooling cycles while maintaining high durability on turbo components.

The primary and secondary couplings of the YSRC rollers are calibrated for long-lasting and cold operation. They utilize and efficiently transfer the ample torque generated by the Genesis Turbo to the track while minimizing drive belt wear.

The primary shifts out aggressively to use all the power on the beat. The secondary roller quickly shifts backward and provides an additional ratio through a sheave beam too large to continue accelerating long after the others have stopped.

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Handling

The layout of the SRV chassis was engineered with the aim of concentrating the mass. About 60 percent of the sled’s weight is centered within the main triangulation. The result is a sled with quick and balanced handling that is fun to play in various conditions.

The SRV chassis combines a load-bearing triangular structure with a lightweight aluminum construction to create a neutrally balanced sled-centered rider. The pyramid-shaped upper frame establishes the strength of the chassis without excessive weight.

Considered the best high-performance terrain track, the RipSaw II’s 137 x 1.25-inch lug design delivers outstanding acceleration, braking control, and handling in various conditions.

Yamaha-designed single-keel skis strike an elusive balance between lightweight steering effort and precise handling in various snow conditions. The unique staggered carbide further enhances the steering response.

A special shim bearing assembly works with a rubber saddle block to adjust the pressure point of the carbide.
The overall ski position can also be adjusted by moving the thick spacers on each ski axle to the opposite side.

The straight steering post on the Sidewinder is configured above the engine. It is connected to a single bell crank for simplicity and is lightweight. The design also minimizes free play in the steering system, resulting in a tight turning radius.

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Price Starting at $17.399 
2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Specs
2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Specs

2024 Yamaha Sidewinder L-TX SE Specs

ENGINE
Engine TypeTurbo 4-stroke / 998 cc
Engine ClassUltra Performance
Clutch / TransmissionYSRC
Fuel DeliveryElectronic Fuel Injection
Fuel Capacity8.9 gal. (33.6 L)
CHASSIS
Front SuspensionIndependent Double Wishbone
Front ShocksFox 1.5 Zero RC
Front Travel10" (254 mm)
Ski TypeYamaha Stryke Single Keel
Rear SuspensionDual Shock SR 137
Center ShockMonotube Alum-HP GAS 1.5
Rear Shock(s)Monotube Alum-HP GAS 2.0
Rear Travel13.5" (343 mm)
DIMENSIONS
Track / WxLxH15" x 137" x 1.25"
Track TypeCamso Ripsaw II
Ski Stance (ctr to ctr)42" (1,067 mm) adjustable
FEATURES
Electric StartStandard
ReverseStandard
HeadlightLED
DC OutputAutomotive
Heaterd SeatAccessory
20" Tunnel BagAccessory
Electric Power SteeringN/A
ColorsRedline / Black

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