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Yamaha Motorsports

2008 Raptor 80

Highest quality youth ATV in the industry provides great features for learning.

Raptor 80 Blue
Raptor 80 Blue

Raptor 80 Gray

Key Features:

  • 79cc of reliable, electric-start four-stroke fun fed into a three-speed gearbox with automatic clutch, making the Raptor 80 a great choice for those getting started or moving up.
  • Class-exclusive shaft drive is virtually maintenance-free; no messing with chain adjustment and lubrication.
  • Low 25.6-inch seat height for quick, balanced steering and optimal rider comfort.
  • Large, class-leading fuel capacity—1.8 gallons—increases range, which means less fill-ups and more fun out on the trail.

Engine:

  • Feisty 79cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke single puts out smooth, reliable power perfectly tuned to the rider starting to hone his or her ATV skills.
  • Adjustable throttle limiter allows a parent or adult supervisor to match the engine’s power output to the rider’s skill level, and an intake restrictor plate can be removed as skill increases.
  • Three-speed transmission with automatic clutch ensures smooth shifting and lets the entry-level rider focus on the trail by eliminating a hand-operated clutch.
  • Rugged muffler with USFS-approved spark arrestor for quiet operation.

Chassis/Suspension:

  • Leading-arm front suspension with 2.3 inches of travel smooths out the trail for a comfortable, confidence-inspiring ride.
  • Rear swingarm and a single rear shock with 2.2 inches of travel further enhance ride comfort and traction.
  • Class-longest wheelbase at 40.6 inches helps accommodate kids 12 and older; roomy ergonomics mean they won’t outgrow this one too quick.
  • 4.0 inches of ground clearance clears all sorts of obstacles.
  • Fully sealed front and rear drum brakes keep out water and debris, providing strong, reliable stopping power.
  • Beefy 18x7-7 front and 18x8-7 rear knobby tires offer excellent traction and help boost ground clearance.

Additional Features:

  • Raptor 700R-style bodywork turns this entry-level machine into one wicked-looking ride.
  • Wide, cushy seat and full-size handlebars provide excellent all-day comfort and minimize fatigue.
  • Rugged, wide fenders with class-exclusive rear mud flaps deliver outstanding mud and splash protection to ensure a dry, comfortable ride.
  • Handlebar-mounted parking brake.

Specifications

Engine

  • Type 79cc air-cooled 4-stroke; SOHC, 2 valves
  • Bore x Stroke 47.0mm x 45.6mm
  • Compression Ratio 9.6:1
  • Carburetion Mikuni 16mm
  • Ignition CDI
  • Starting System Electric
  • Transmission 3-Speed automatic clutch
  • Drive Train 2WD; Shaft

Chassis

  • Suspension/Front Leading arm; 2.3-in travel
  • Suspension/Rear Swingarm; 2.2-in travel
  • Brakes/Front Dual sealed drum
  • Brakes/Rear Sealed drum
  • Tires/Front AT18 x 7-7
  • Tires/Rear AT18 x 8-7

Dimensions

  • L x W x H 59.8 x 32.5 x 37.8 in
  • Seat Height 25.6 in
  • Wheelbase 40.6 in
  • Ground Clearance 4.0 in
  • Fuel Capacity 1.8 gal
  • Dry Weight 242 lb

Other

  • Lighting N/A
  • Warranty 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)

MSRP* $2,599 (Team Yamaha Blue/White) Available from September 2007
$2,599 (Gray/Red) Available from September 2007


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