2024 Yamaha SXVenom Mountain
Yamaha’s Venom Mountain provides novice riders an excellent opportunity to enjoy the heights. The 397cc two-stroke engine with fuel injection and the lightweight chassis make Venom Mountain more capable of exploring the next bowl.
Venom Mountain also gets the same Mountain Single Beam frame skid as the Mountain Max with a single pivot single rail design that allows a 146-inch tread anywhere, anytime.
2024 Yamaha SXVenom Mountain
High and low electric, reverse starters, and hand warmers give all the significant sled features in an agile lightweight package.
A long 12-inch travel rear suspension features a lightweight single-rail design for easy change of direction with exceptional carving capabilities at depths and steps.
The advanced skid frame features a single shaft at the rail’s midpoint running along the track’s center line.
The single rail weighs over 10 pounds by design and doesn’t trap snow compared to the conventional double-rail suspension that keeps the sled much lighter in real-world conditions.
The lightweight Yamaha Mountain Ski delivers everything a rider wants in deep snow skiing.
The seven-inch-wide tread improves flotation and actively lifts the nose of the sled onto the plane in a deep powder.
The traction lugs at the top of the ski give the rider a definite foothold when the situation becomes complicated.
The single-keel design delivers lightweight steering yet confident, predictable handling on hard packs and fresh fur.
SXVenom Mountain Comfort
Owning a modern snowmobile with the weight of a 30-year-old fan-cooled sled opens the door to a new era in snowmobile function and fun.
Pressing a simple button causes the machine to restart in reverse. The audible ‘backup’ beep indicates the reverse system is activated and continues to beep until the button is pressed again to restart the engine in the forward direction.
A simple, lightweight, and efficient way to retreat from a difficult situation. Standard handlebar warmers and throttle levers are included.
The large 10.6-gallon/40.1-liter fuel capacity, coupled with the cost-effective demand from medium-sized EFI engines, means a more comprehensive operating range for Mountain Venom.
A turnkey electric starter combined with electronic fuel injection provides fast and reliable ignition in all conditions.
The four-inch ‘race’ screen is enough to deflect the snow away from the console. The seat design offers an easier transition from sitting to standing.
The side-to-side movement also becomes more accessible with tapered sides to aid maneuverability inside and off the track. Twin-tube shocks provide a lot of customization and ride comfort.
SXVenom Mountain Performance
The power valve system adjusts the exhaust port openings based on RPM to ensure maximum torque and fuel efficiency across the power band.
Electronic fuel injection provides efficient fuel delivery to cylinders based on engine RPM for maximum torque and response.
Computerized fuel injection ensures reliable cold-weather ignition and full fuel range with low exhaust emissions.
The CVTech Trail Bloc drive clutch and Invance-driven clutch system deliver reliable low-temperature operation with wide-ratio performance.
The small diameter main bearing allows the seat belt to be lower for shallow first gear in the leading pack.
It also creates a broader ratio transmission through secondary pulleys to pull each bang from the compact engine efficiently.
Hayes’ powerful hydraulic ‘Stealth’ brake master cylinders are equipped with Stealth composite brake levers and lightweight calipers to provide significant modulation for a better feel and powerful stopping performance.
Compact power plants weighing under 50 pounds pack a powerful punch with a class-leading horsepower-to-weight ratio.
With alloy bulkheads and tunnel heat exchangers, the engine remains excellent as the state heats up.
SXVenom Mountain Handling
The lightweight Yamaha Mountain Ski delivers everything you want in deep snow skiing. The seven-inch-wide trail enhances flotation and actively lifts the sled’s nose over the plane in a deep powder.
The traction lugs at the top of the ski give a definite foothold when the situation becomes complicated.
The single-keel design provides lightweight steering power yet confident, predictable handling on hard packs and fresh fur.
The 4.5-inch riser block positions the end bars associated with the mountain rope for easy reach when sitting or standing.
Derived from the sleek SRV-M front suspension, this lightweight design is ultra-compact to reduce unwanted spindle and suspension components in heavy snow.
A neutral attitude allows excellent maneuverability on narrow terrain and predictable trail behavior.
The lightweight forged aluminum coils join the wide spacing upper and lower control arms resulting in large caster angles for tight turns and ease of steering.
2024 Yamaha SXVenom Mountain Price Starting at $9,499.
SXVenom Mountain Specs
|Engine Type||2-stroke / 397 cc|
|Engine Class||Mid Performance|
|Clutch / Transmission||CV TECH|
|Fuel Delivery||Battery-less Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Fuel Capacity||10.6 gal. (40.1 L)|
|Front Suspension||Independent Double Wishbone|
|Front Shocks||Hydraulic Twin Tube|
|Front Travel||8.3" (211 mm)|
|Ski Type||Yamaha Mountain|
|Rear Suspension||Mountain Single Beam|
|Center Shock||Hydraulic Twin Tube|
|Rear Shock(s)||Hydraulic Twin Tube|
|Rear Travel||12" (305 mm)|
|Track / WxLxH||15" x 146" x 2.00"|
|Track Type||Camso Challenger|
|Ski Stance||38" (965 mm) adjustable|
|20" Tunnel Bag||Accessory|
|Electric Power Steering||N/A|
|Color||Blue / Black|