Yamaha Raptor 700R

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Yamaha 700R ('Raptor')
Yamaha Raptor.JPG
Overview
Also called "Raptor'
Production 2006–2014
Body and chassis
Related Yamaha Raptor 660
Powertrain
Engine 686cc liquid-cooled four-stroke
Dimensions
Wheelbase 50.45 in
Length 72.6 in
Width 46.1 in
Height 44.5 in

The Yamaha Raptor 700R is an ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) or quad bike.[1][2] It is primarily a sport/racing bike. The estimated top speed of this quad is approximately 75-95

, but is electronically speed limited to 100. The Raptor 700R is Yamaha's second generation of the Raptor (first gen being the Raptor 660) and is powered by a 686cc single cylinder 4 valve electronically fuel injected engine (approximately 45 hp), with electric start and a 5 speed manual transmission with a 1 speed reverse.

Specifications[3][edit]

Engine
Type 686cc liquid-cooled w/fan, 4-stroke; SOHC, 4 valves
Bore x Stroke 102.0mm x 84mm
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Fuel Delivery Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 44mm
Ignition 16-Bit ECU
Starting System Electric
Transmission 5-speed with a 1-speed reverse; wet multiplate clutch
Drive Train 2WD; sealed O-ring chain, eccentric adjustment
Chassis
Front Suspension Independent double wishbone w/piggy back High-/Lo-speed compression, rebound and threaded preload adjustment, 9.1-in travel
Rear Suspension Cast aluminum swing arm w/rebound, High-/Lo-speed compression and threaded preload adjustment, 10.1-in travel
Brakes Front Dual ventilated hydraulic disc, twin piston
Brakes Rear Ventilated hydraulic disc, self-adjusting park brake function
Tires F/R AT21 x 7-10 radial / AT20 x 10-9 radial
Dimensions
L x W x H 72.6 x 46.1 x 44.5 in
Seat Height 32.0”
Wheelbase 50.4”
Ground Clearance 4.4”
Fuel Capacity 2.9 US Gallons
Wet Weight 422 Lbs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The 700 express: new leaner and meaner Yamaha Raptor 700R is an all-purpose locomotive on wheels". ATV Sport. 1 October 2005. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "2010 Honda TRX700XX vs Yamaha Raptor". MotorcycleUSA.com. 19 March 2010. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  3. ^ Yamaha Motor Corporation

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