the banshee 350 is faster. nope Yamaha raptor 700r is faster look it up on youtube.
The raptor 350 is slow. My 2008 Ktm85sx beat it. never by a raptor.
the raptor quad is made by yamaha
It is a Yamaha RAPTOR 350; an All Terrain Vehicle
The have different plastics, but the special edition is a six speed while the base model 350 is a five speed.
The Yamaha 350 raptor is the same thing as a Yamaha warrior just with liquid cooling the motors still basically all the same the valve setting on my 2000 warrior are .004 on intake and .006 on exhaust
Yes, the warrior motor should fit the raptor, there is no difference, but if you plan on selling the raptor make sure it is the newer motor with that stock gray look, not the older black motors.
Wiring harness is differant but other wise its all the same
You don't have to take the transmission apart but you will probably have to pull the engine out of the frame and take the right hand side clutch cover housing then removing the clutch then the gears behind the clutch and split the the transmission housing. When you split the housing the transmission will be separate from the crankshaft so you will have to get down to the transmission but won't have to take it apart.
I'm not an ATV rider, but as far as I know the 350 Raptor does not come with an hour meter on it. You have to put one on from aftermarket products.
Yes It will but you have to use motor mounts off of the warrior
Well the raptor 350 is basically the same quad as the warrior 350 with different plastics but newer version. it has the same frame motor/trans. the warrior makes 21 hp so i think the raptor has 21 hp.
try trade me. or ebay.
No the raptor is a four stroke you only use mix in two stroke engines.
Yes it will fit but you have to use motor mounts off the warrior
As far as I know there has never been a 180. For 09, Yamaha replaced the 80 Raptor with replaced a 90 and there is a 250, 350 and a 700 Raptor. See link below.
bottom of motor. be a 17mm bolt.
4 to 5 psi's
normally they are not measured in horsepower but i believe it is around 30 hp
Gasoline consumption for the Yamaha raptor 350 depends on how hard one is riding it as well as the types of tires. more aggressive riding will usually result in 15 to 20 mpgs while less aggressive riding will lead to up to 55 or 60 mpgs.
67 mph !