How to fix your watercraft with the help of this professional electronic PDF download version of the Yamaha WaveRunner FX 140, FX Cruiser manual / repair guide.
Manual size: 23 MB
Model specification: WaveRunner FX 140, FX Cruiser
Years: 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 , 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08
Serial numbers: X1000A FX1000
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
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This version is the same OEM manual used by professional Yamaha FX 140, FX Cruiser WaveRunner mechanics, technicians and dealership for service, maintenance and repairs.
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Guide for Service Repair Workshop
An individual watercraft works like a motorcycle in numerous regards, yet in addition diverges from various perspectives. Individual watercraft ("PWC") are little, simple to move, and amazingly quick, numerous models fit for arriving at paces of 65 mph. Many accept that they are straightforward and simple to work. Individual watercraft, despite the fact that work on the water, are similarly pretty much as hazardous as motorcycles when not worked securely.
In an examination directed by the College of Florida, PWC mishaps have been found to cause far more noteworthy wounds than mishaps including boats. For example, the new close-to-home watercraft mishap of hip-jump artist, Sean Kingston, who collided with a Miami, Florida connection with a female traveler. It was discovered that riders engaged with Waverunner and Jet Ski mishaps support more shut head wounds, spinal wounds, and more chest and midsection wounds than boat travelers engaged with mishaps.
Most PWC wounds are caused when an operator or traveler loses the vessel at high rates. PWC's motivation is more wounds due to the shortfall of safety belts that can hold down the rider. When riders meet a mishap on the water, they are typically launched out from the PWC and risk crashing into the following fixed item, regardless of whether it is the water, an extension as in the Sean Kingston mishap, or another vessel.