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2010/01/08 15:36:34 (permalink)

yamaha moto 4

i just mounted up some 29.5s on it and now i wana be able to spin them in the mud. what all do i need to do mod wise for this to happen it already turns them good enought to rid. all info and ideas will be put to use
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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/08 15:42:16 (permalink)
    what size moto 4?
    they made quite a few, that would be a good start

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/08 15:52:11 (permalink)
    really not sure im new to this atv thing. its like a 260 or something i really dont know guys...
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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/08 16:03:56 (permalink)
    go buy a rotax 800 and do a motor swap
    then post pics since all ideas will be put to use lol

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/08 16:08:41 (permalink)
    haha is this dude serious lol wow.

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/08 16:27:36 (permalink)
    is it a 2wd?if so you'll need a gr from aother bike or get a brute force sra fabbed in with the lower gear ratio.

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/10 10:33:47 (permalink)
    the 87-89 big bear was called a moto-4...

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/10 15:22:46 (permalink)
    The moto4 was Yamaha name for there first "4-wheeler".
    They came in 185 (rare to find), 200, 225, 250, and 350 (which was released just before the BigBear) cc models. Almost all of them had high and Low range, but even so, you will need something to increase power on the lower CC models to turn those Laws effectively in higher torque requiring situations. The 350 cc model will have no problem with them completely stock.
    The 225 and 250 models are the most available models.

    The only problem I see you having is getting aftermarket support for these machines. There just isn't much available for performance increases. You are probably going to have to make up most performance increases yourself....make things fit and work.

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/10 15:42:24 (permalink)
    if its the 350 alot of the stuff from the big bears and wolverines will fit that bike to give you some good performance mods. but if it has the high low range tranny then the 350 shouldnt have any problems at all

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/10 16:20:16 (permalink)
    they make a 90 too dezz, i got one in the garage, its a moto 4
    i would hope thats not what he is up to though lol
    are the clutches in those the same as like a honda?
    could the springs be clipped to add clutching?

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/10 20:44:49 (permalink)
    They make a 80cc and 100cc owned both like 10 years ago lol....I have a question how in this world did you fit 29.5 on a moto-4 and second why? You should have went with a smaller tire like 25 or so....

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/11 06:20:14 (permalink)
    Yeah I know about the 80cc Moto4 (aka: Badger) and the 125cc Moto4 (aka: Breeze)....lol.
    I just named the model most noteable for the Moto4 name....being the word Moto4. Maybe I should explain a little more

    Moto4 was originally the name Yamaha used on the "4-wheelers" in their line-up. The 3-wheelers were called "Tri-motos". These were the names Yamaha placed on there machines, proceded by engine cc size, before starting using full names on there machines in 1986.The first being the "Banshee", with its screaming 350 twin 2-stroke and horrible J-arm front suspension system. In 1987 Yamaha replaced the front J-arms with a-arms, and the rest is history.
    Then in 1987, the Big Bear came on the seen. This machine, along with the Honda Fourtrax 350, completely changed the atv game and nothing else at the time could compete with these 2 machines when it came to work duty, getting stuff done or being able to get to somewhere and back.
    Once the atv naming started, every new model Yamaha released were named something (Kodiak, Wolverine, Timberwolf, Blaster, Warrior, etc....) while still holding on to the old "Moto4" sticker for a few years into the mid 1990's. Most of the time, the "moto4" signage was found on the mud flaps of each machine. Even today, you still sometimes see Yamaha using the Moto4 name.

    I know I have probably forgotten something or got something wrong or messed up. My memory is getting shorter all the time. But the whole reason for this thread is about his machine turning larger tires. And I don't want to jack his thread.
    Finding out which machine he has will make it easier to give him an answer. So lets help him with that.
    Just for information sake, I know for sure the 225, 250 and 350 cc models have Dual Range trannies (high and low).

    I hope this helps.

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    Re:yamaha moto 4 2010/01/11 08:25:06 (permalink)
    from researching this guys name, he was starting a useless thread

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