2006 Yamaha RS RAGE

$2,999.00


New/Used
Used
Usage
5206 Miles
Availability
In Stock
Location
Reggie's Kawasaki Ski-Doo
VIN
JYE8FL0046A005508
Stock #
005503
Title
Clean
Condition
Excellent
Year
2006
Manufacturer
Yamaha
Model
RS RAGE

Overview

Dealer Insights

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Description

Performance
  • 3-cylinder Genesis 120™ engine - The Genesis 120™ engine is compact and lightweight. Its long stroke and four-valve design produces a tremendous amount of torque for corner-to-corner acceleration on the trail. The broad torque curve is easy for clutch tuners to hit and allows riders to have instant power after backshifting. The three-cylinder engine debuted in 2005.
  • Direct-to-crankshaft clutching - Instead of using a gear reduction, the Genesis 120™ engine has the primary clutch directly attached to the crankshaft. This eliminates parts, complexity and weight, resulting in a better product for consumers. It also allows the engine to be mounted deeper in the chassis to deliver a lower center of gravity, further improving the sled's cornering stability. The YVXC primary spins at 8500 RPM to transfer power from the engine to the secondary and on to the track.
  • 15 x 136 x 1.25-inch Camoplast Rip Saw™ track - The Camoplast Rip Saw™ track is a standard feature on the RS Rage. It has been widely acclaimed in the industry as the best all around OEM track for acceleration, cornering bite and everyday trail usage. The Rip Saw™ track is the result of a collaborative effort between Yamaha and Camoplast. It first appeared on the 2004 4-stroke models.
  • Rear-exiting exhaust - The exhaust is routed out the back of the sled in order to optimize and maximize airflow through the engine. The tuned system is specifically engineered to produce the Genesis 120™'s broad powerband and also to help keep the sled in balance.
  • Lightweight hydraulic brake system - The lightweight 4-piston brake system delivers solid stopping power without fading, even in high-use applications. It also incorporates a new, lightweight, double-finned, self-cooling brake disc.
Handling
  • Second generation front suspension geometry - The geometry of the second generation front suspension features shorter spindles and longer A-arms. The suspension was engineered to deliver greater cornering stability and also more consistent turning effort throughout its travel stroke. The second generation front suspension geometry debuted on the 2005 Vector-class sleds. It delivers 9 inches of vertical travel and sets the skis at 42.7 inches. Steering is consistent, because the spindles are maintained at a constant 23 degrees.
  • Aluminum HPG front shocks - The High Pressure Gas (HPG) shocks on the RS Rage's second generation front suspension geometry deliver consistent performance with excellent fade resistance. They are rebuildable and rechargeable for years of quality service.
  • Magnesium valve, crankcase and oil pump covers - Yamaha incorporated liberal usage of ultra-lightweight magnesium material wherever possible to cut weight on engine componentry. The use of magnesium became widespread on all Genesis™-class engines in 2005.
  • Ultra-rigid Deltabox™ chassis - The Deltabox™ chassis is designed specifically to house the Genesis™ engine family. It supports the engine and utilizes it in forming the most rigid chassis on the market. The more rigid the chassis, the more consistent the sled will handle.
  • CF die cast construction - Yamaha's Controlled Flow casting technique is used for many of the structural pieces on the chassis. The CF process draws the molten metal into the mold under a vacuum, eliminating the formation of air bubbles in the material. As a result, pieces can be made much thinner and still deliver the strength characteristics of a conventionally-cast, thicker piece. Yamaha started using the CF process on the 2003 RX-1.
  • Saddleless plastic skis - The saddleless plastic ski reduces unsprung weight and its aggressive keel design provides strong bite to help the RS Rage corner.
Comfort
  • Mono Shock™ RA rear suspension - The Mono Shock™ RA cuts an amazing 12 pounds off compared to the ProAction™ 136 suspension formerly used on the RX Warrior. Like the 121-inch version, the 136 offers riders a full 20 clicks of compression adjustment on the 46mm aluminum HPG shock. The dial is located on the left of the tunnel, near the rider's leg for easy access from the seat. The Mono Shock™ RA delivers 11.7 inches of vertical travel.
  • Tall seat - The seat is tall enough to allow riders a clear vantage point to scan the trail in front of them. It also affords added comfort for a long day's journey. The tall RS Vector seat debuted in 2005.
  • Digitally controlled hand and thumb warmers - The RS Rage's hand and thumb warmers have been consistently rated among the best in the industry. They are individually-controlled, with the settings shown on the digital gauge so that riders can see them. Owners can choose from ten settings on the grips and ten settings on the thumb warmers, as opposed to the hi/ lo settings of most other sleds on the market.
  • Standard electric start - Yamaha's electric starter system allows consumers to fire up their RS Rage with the turn of a key. There is no pulling on a nylon cord to get this high tech engine growling! Electric start has been a standard feature on all of Yamaha's 4-stroke machines, dating back to the original RX-1 in 2003.
  • LCD gauge pod - The digital gauge pod on the RS Rage allows the driver to see key data at a glance. Either tachometer or speedometer readings can be displayed digitally, with the other appearing on the sweep gauge. The gauge also displays heater settings, fuel level, engine temperature and odometer. Yamaha offered the first digital gauge cluster in 2002 on the SX Viper. Since then, it has become a standard of the industry. The digital readout has been copied by the competition almost across the board.
  • Tall windshield - The RS Rage's tall windshield offers excellent protection from cold wind and snow spray on long trail rides.

Specs

Engine

Engine Type
4-Stroke
Displacement
973 cc
Bore x Stroke
79.0 x 66.2 mm
Cylinders
3
Engine Cooling
Liquid
Carburetion
Keihin CVK40 x 3, Liquid Heated
Ignition
Digital T.C.I. w / Throttle Position Sensor
Exhaust
Rear Exhaust

Drivetrain

Brake Type
4-Piston Hydraulic w/Lightweight Rotor
Drive Clutch
YVXC
Driven Clutch
Variable Ratio

Suspension

Front Suspension
Independent, Double Wishbone
Front Travel
9 in.
Rear Suspension
Mono Shock™ RA
Rear Travel
11.7 in.
Ski Type
Lightweight Plastic, Saddleless Design
Ski Stance
42.7 in.
Track Type
Camoplast Rip Saw™
Track Dimensions
15" x 136" x 1.25"

General

Speedometer
Standard: (LCD, Digital)
Tachometer
Standard: (Stepping Motor Drive)
Odometer
Standard: (LCD Display)
Headlight
Standard: 60/ 55W Halogen X 2
Fuel Capacity
10 gal.
Dry Weight
564 lbs.
Windshield
Standard: Tall
Color
Team Yamaha Blue/White; Candy Red w/Metal Fire Graphics
Warranty
1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)

Options

Electric Start
Standard
Hand & Thumb Warmers
Standard: 10 Position Adjustable, Separate
Reverse
Standard
Mirrors
Optional