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  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 700R 0 CommentsPosted by on August 18th, 2010 at 3:15 pm under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 2011 Yamaha Raptor 700R is a Sport Style ATV equipped with an 686cc, Liquid / Air Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Manual Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 700R has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 9.1 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 10.1 inches of travel. The Raptor 700R has Front Dual Hydraulic Disc Brak... more.
  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 700R SE 1 CommentsPosted by on August 18th, 2010 at 11:33 am under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 2011 Yamaha Raptor 700R SE is a Sport Style ATV equipped with an 686cc, Liquid / Air Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Manual Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 700R SE has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 9.1 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 10.1 inches of travel. The Raptor 700R SE has Front Dual Hydraulic ... more.
  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 350 0 CommentsPosted by on August 18th, 2010 at 10:43 am under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 2011 Yamaha Raptor 350 is a Sport Style ATV equipped with an 348cc, Air Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Manual Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 350 has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 7.9 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 8.3 inches of travel. The Raptor 350 has Front Dual Hydraulic Disc Brakes and Rear H... more.
  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 250 0 CommentsPosted by on August 17th, 2010 at 5:12 pm under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 2011 Yamaha Raptor 250 is a Sport Style ATV equipped with an 249cc, Air / Oil Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Manual Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 250 has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 7.5 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 7.9 inches of travel. The Raptor 250 has Front Dual Hydraulic Disc Brakes and ... more.
  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 250R 0 CommentsPosted by on August 17th, 2010 at 4:23 pm under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 20how to get your ex back11 Yamaha Raptor 250R is a Sport Style ATV equipped with an 249cc, Air / Oil Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Manual Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 250R has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 7.5 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 7.9 inches of travel. The Raptor 250R has Front Dual ... more.
  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 125 0 CommentsPosted by on August 17th, 2010 at 1:08 pm under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 20Ex Hesitant To Get Back Together11 Yamaha Raptor 125 is a Sport Style ATV equipped with an 124cc, Air Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Manual Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 125 has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 7.5 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 7.9 inches of travel. The Raptor 125 has Front ... more.
  • 2011 Yamaha Raptor 90 0 CommentsPosted by on August 17th, 2010 at 11:48 am under 2011 Models, Yamaha ATV
    The 2011 Yamaha Raptor 90 is a Youth Style ATV equipped with an 88cc, Air Cooled, Single-Cylinder, SOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a Continuously Variable (CVT) Transmission. It has a 4X2 driveline. The Raptor 90 has a Independent Double Wishbone Front Suspension with 4.4 inches of travel while the Swing Arm Rear Suspension has 3.3 inches of travel. The Raptor 90 has Front Dual Sealed Drum Bra... more.
  • Yamaha working on Lorenzo-Spies line-up 0 CommentsPosted by on August 17th, 2010 at 10:37 am under Yamaha Racing
    Sunday’s official announcement of Valentino Rossi’s departure from Yamaha at the end of the season means the Japanese factory are now in the process of putting in place their rider line-up for the 2011 campaign. Managing Director of Yamaha Motor Racing, Lin Jarvis, explained to motogp.com that negotiations are currently in progress to once again secure Jorge Lorenzo’s services and ha... more.
  • Yamaha Recalls 2006-2010 YZF-R6 2 CommentsPosted by on August 9th, 2010 at 11:57 am under Yamaha News
    YAMAHA is recalling 54,000 2006-2010 YZF-R6 motorcycles because the front side refelctor was not placed at the proper height which does not meet the requirement of FMV safety standard # 108 which regulates “lamps, reflective devices and associated equipment.  The visibility of the motorcycle will be decreased which could increase the risk of a crash.  Yamaha is notifying owners and dealer... more.
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