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Does a YFZ 450r have reverse?
The KTM’s 450 XC quad (not MX) has reverse.
Does a 2008 Yamaha YFZ450 have reverse?
2008 (first year) and up KTM XC quad’s have reverse. (there is a ton of these out there for sale..)
What 450 ATV has reverse?
Kawasaki went all out with the development of the KFX450. It remains the only 450 sport quad with reverse.
Does the YFZ 450 have electric start?
Most powerful industry-exclusive five-titanium-valve engine and 350-pound dry weight give the YFZ450 the best power-to-weight ratio of any ATV ever produced. The YFZ450 comes standard with pushbutton electric starting, a convenient flip-type parking brake and suspension calibrated for performance.
Does 2008 Raptor 350 have reverse?
The 2008 Yamaha Raptor 350 comes with a 6-speed manual transmission, and the addition of a reverse gear is truly glorious, especially as it can be selected from any forward gear.
Does a 2013 KFX 450 have reverse?
The fast and reliable KFX450R also includes a lightweight reverse gear system integrated with its five-speed manual transmission. Regardless of track surfaces or conditions, this race-oriented chassis makes the KFX450R a potent weapon.
What is faster a Raptor 700 or a YFZ 450?
WHICH YAMAHA IS FASTER? In an all-out drag race, the biggerbore Raptor 700 is faster. The quicker revving YFZ-R will get out of the hole quicker, but the massive torque and taller gearing of the 700 will slowly walk away from the race-ready 450.
Is a Raptor 700 faster than a YFZ450?
How much horsepower does a YFZ 450 have?
The YFZ is supposed to have 39 hp stock, though most dyno runs I’ve seen are a bit less. A piped YFZ with air box lid removed and aftermarket intake are probably closer to 44-47 HP at the rear wheels.
Does a 2005 Yamaha Raptor 350 have reverse?
The Raptor 350 has a nice soft clutch, a transmission with six forward gears and an easy to reach reverse lever.
Does a 2007 Yamaha Raptor 350 have reverse?
Rugged and smooth-shifting wide-ratio six-speed transmission; keeping that powerful engine purring is nearly effortless, whatever the terrain. Reverse gear is just the thing for getting yourself out of tight spots.