Wiring harness is differant but other wise its all the same
Yes it will fit but you have to use motor mounts off the warrior
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.
there isn't much different. i have a 98 Yamaha warrior and my friend has a 2005 Yamaha raptor. both 350cc. but mine is bored out. winceo piston rings,aftermarket exhaust.k and n air filter with open box. his is stock. on mine if you thrash the throttle it will do a wheelie, his just picks up a little. the motor sets forward a little more.the have the same motor and basic parts, frame is a little different
On a 1997 Yamaha Warrior with the original frame it is located on the frame bar underneath the motor, and a few inches in front of it. If it has a replacement frame, it may not have a vin, because on a replacement frame they are supposed to be cut out of the original frame and welded to the frame bar underneath the rear fender on the passenger side of the quad.
Yes it will i had a gytr 660r and put a raptor 700 motor on it
The Yamaha Raptor 250 has about a 17 horsepower motor. However, when you start modifying them they open up quite a bit.
yamalube or 10w40
start the bike let it run for a few minutes kill the bike there is a dipstick in the oil tank that's attached to the frame in front of the motor
valves are adjusted to tight
no, simply because it is a air cooled motor.
bottom of motor. be a 17mm bolt.
sounds like the oil pump went out
When owning and maintaining a recreational vehicle, it is important to know what type oil is needed to run it smoothly. For a 2003 Yamaha Raptor 80 SAE 10w40 type se motor oil is recommended.
It may need oil? Or motor needs rebuilt.
yes the only difference is the ignitions
3RB-012812 is not a frame number for a 250 Yamaha dirt bike; it's a motor number. To find out the model year and frame, you need the frame number.
No the banshee has 2 cylinders. The warrior has 1 cylinder also banshee is a 2 stroke motor.
ok This may not be the best answer but between google and taking apart the motor is the only way to access the clutch
About 2.5 Quarts of 10w 40 wet clutch oil.
I have no idea, But I kind of want to know the same thing will a yzf 450 motor fit in my Warrior 350 frame?
It should be under the gas tank or slanted above the exhaust pipe on the front of the motor.
Could be anything, remember this: you need fuel, air, and spark to run a motor, first make sure you have that and then go from there.
VIN stands for vehicle identification number and is used to identify the frame, not the engine. The VIN is usually located on the steering neck where the fork goes through the frame or the lower right side of the frame. The VIN is not marked on the motor.