What Are the Specs of a Stock Yamaha Blaster?


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Stock Yamaha Blasters feature a two-stroke 195-cubic-centimeter engine with a bore and stroke of 2.59 by 2.44 inches. The wheelbase of the 2006 model is 43.3 inches with an overall length of 68.3 inches and a 2.4-gallon fuel tank.

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Stock Yamaha blasters make use of a simple carburetor system to feed fuel into the engine. These vehicles come equipped with a six-speed manual transmission and a wet plate clutch. The compression ration of a stock Yamaha Blaster is 6.6:1.

The front suspension of a stock Yamaha Blaster is of the independent double wishbone variety with a five-way preload adjustment. The rear suspension of is of the swing arm variety and features a threaded preload adjustment.

The front brakes of stock Yamaha Blasters manufactured between the years 1988 and 2002 were of the mechanical drum variety. Yamaha began constructed Blasters with dual hydraulic disc front brakes from 2003 to 2006. The back brakes of Yamaha Blasters manufactured from 1988 to 2002 were mechanical disc brakes; Yamaha began producing stock Blasters with hydraulic disc back brakes in 2003.

The dry weight of a stock Yamaha Blaster is 324 pounds. The vehicle has a weight capacity of 355 pounds and features a 35-watt halogen multireflector headlight.

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