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Chao'an Yanking Porcelain Manufacture This machine was a luxury version of the YD2, with a nice large fuel tank (with for the first time the tuning fork logo), larger hubs and an engine which developed 1 hp more.
Intended for riders six years old and older, this ATV features a 49cc engine, throttle limiter (parental control), power cut-off tether switch, beefy steel frame, single I-arm front suspension, and rear swing arm rear suspension. Designed for young riders aged 10 and older, the Grizzly 90 makes an ideal introduction to the world of Yamaha ATVs.
These Yamaha ATVs feature a 90cc engine, three sealed drum brakes, A-arm front suspension, and integrated steel cargo racks. Sharing the same engine as the Grizzly 90, the Raptor 90 is also intended for riders 10 and older with a Sport ATV slant.
Shocks all around are preload adjustable and suspension travel is 5.0 inches up front and 5.7 in the back. Upgrade to the Grizzly EPS SE to add a factory-installed Warn Pro Vantage 2500 winch and painted bodywork.
The Grizzly EPS Star also comes with a winch and adds 27-inch Maxis Villa tires, and color-matched wheels. The Kodiak 700 offers the same powerful engine available in the Grizzly, but in a more affordable and compact package.
Pure Sport ATV performance is largely a thing of the past in this industry, but Yamaha is keeping the dream alive with the YFZ450 family. Features include a 449cc fuel-injected engine, five-speed manual transmission, cast aluminum/steel chassis, assist-and-slipper clutch, wide foot pegs, and high performance KGB shocks.
Upgrade to the YFZ450R SE and you get GTR performance parts and an exclusive color and graphic scheme. Of all Yamaha ATVs, you’d be hard-pressed to find any more fun than the venerable Raptor 700 family.
Move up to the Raptor 700R for fully adjustable piggyback shocks (high- and low-speed compression, preload and rebound). Finally, the Raptor 700R SE adds GTR performance parts and unique color and graphics.
Wolverine X2 models have room for two and each features a 847cc parallel twin engine, Undramatic transmission, electronic power steering, and On-Command 4WD. The X2 R-Spec SE offers up painted exterior plastics, upgraded graphics, and color-matched interior.
New for 2020 is the X2 R-Spec Star, which boasts a factory-installed Warn winch, special edition paint, color-matched wheels, and GBC Dirt Commander tires. It shares the same 847cc parallel twin engine, Undramatic transmission, electronic power steering, and On-Command 4WD.
The flagship of the Wolverine family is the X4 Star, which comes with a factory-installed winch, special edition paint, color-matched wheels, and GBC Dirt Commander tires. For the pure performance Sport UTV market, Yamaha offers up its YXZ1000R family.
Finally, the YXZ1000R SS Star includes a factory-installed Warn winch, special edition paint, color-matched wheels, and exclusive Maxis Carnage tires. Consumers who experienced problems with certain outboard motors manufactured by Yamaha may have legal recourse to collect compensation for the cost of repairs and other damages.
It has been alleged that the company’s first-generation F-Series four-stroke outboard motors (model years 2000 – 2005) contain a serious defect that allows the exhaust passages to corrode and pit severely, ultimately resulting in premature engine problems and failure. For instance, the plaintiff in a Florida class action against Yamaha claimed that his engine experienced a loss of power, despite the fact that boat revealed no visible defects and the interior and exterior was in good condition.
When he brought his boat to the repair shop, the mechanics identified significant corrosion to the internal exhaust components as the cause of the engine’s loss of power. If you have experienced problems with a Yamaha first-generation F-Series four-stroke outboard motor, you may be able to file a claim to recover compensation for repairs, replacements and other related losses.
YA-1 built August 1954, produced January 1955. The first bike manufactured by Yamaha was actually a copy of the German Dow RT 125; it had an air-cooled, two-stroke, single cylinder 125 cc engine YC-1 (1956) was the second bike manufactured by Yamaha ; it was a 175 cc single cylinder two-stroke.
YD-1 (1957) Yamaha began production of its first 250 cc, two-stroke twin, the YD1. MF-1 (1958) 50 cc, two-stroke, single cylinder, step through street bike YDS-3 (1964) 246 cc, two-stroke, parallel-twin, it used the world's first oil injection lubrication system in a 2-stroke engine.
XS-1 (1970) Yamaha's first four-stroke engine motorcycle (650 cc twin). Yamaha Oz Motocross (1975) First production motocross bike with a single rear shock.
240 Landmarks of the Japanese Automotive Industry. Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. Retrieved 10 August 2013.
The Yamaha Auto lube system employed a plunger pump as a method for allowing minute amounts of oil to spread over the lubricated surfaces of each engine part. Yamaha -motor.com/corporate/historytimeline.aspx Archived 2016-06-16 at the Payback Machine, Yamaha website timeline, accessed October 2, 2011 ^ last UK unrestricted moped, and last moped required to have pedals (1977) ^ built August 1954, produced January 1955.
The first bike manufactured by Yamaha ; it had an air-cooled, two-stroke, single cylinder 125 cc engine. ^ (1956) was the second bike manufactured by Yamaha ; it was a 175 cc single cylinder two-stroke.
^ (1957) Yamaha began production of its first 250 cc, two-stroke twin, the YD1. ^ 1969 250 parallel twin based on the Daytona Racing engine of same time.