67 mph !
i say 30
with stock gearing 78 mph
can i make a raptor 50cc any faster. can you bore cylinder out and get more power out of it
depends what size it is. 250-50mph - 700-86mph
the 2011 and 2012 yamaha raptor 125 can top out in 5th gear at the exact speed of 54mph on a staight away.
47to48 mph on paved rood
From 50 to 55mph
with stock gearing 55-58 mph
Yamaha Raptor 125 has a top speed around 45mph.
20 hundred million
i have gotten my raptor to about 98 mph i have a 2005 raptor 660r limited it is piped and has been clocked at 101 mph but the bike was still winding out
660 will do 60-70 The Warrior was never made in 660 cc. The raptor was the only 660r that Yamaha made.
Depending on how it's geared, about 60 - 70 mph
About 75 or 80 mph stock
a 350 twin banshee can go up to 120 with mods it all depends
The top speed of a stock Yamaha Warrior 350 is around 65 to 70 mph. I own a 1998 Warrior 350 and it will go 68 mph. The top speed has not changed more than 5 mph from the time it was introduced until today... I have a 2000 warrior 350 that has been clocked at 117mph and all it has added on is stage 2 carb jets and K&N air filter.
on top speed, the Raptor
my buddy had his going 160km and let off.. just has reeds.
Did you mean 660 or 700? Either way the Raptor is "one of" the fastest quads, with a top speed around 70mph(660)-73/74mph(700).
It depends on what year you get because as some may not know, the 2008 Raptor 700's (and I presume the 09' and 10's too) have a governor built in which limits you to speeds under 80mph. So, the speed of these years of Raptor are in the top 70's to 80mph. A modification CAN be done which will make the Raptor do roughly 90mph. From there, you can bore things out and add performance parts. Roughly, modifications will take you up to about 105mph easy.