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Yamaha Motorsports

2008 Wolverine 350

Great automatic sport value in a fully-featured ATV with great mud protection and full floorboards.

Wolverine 350 Blue
Wolverine 350 Blue

Wolverine 350 Gray
Wolverine 350 Gray

Key Features:

  • The Wolverine 350 2WD combines a fully automatic transmission and shaft drive, with features like light weight, sporty suspension and Raptor styling.
  • An air-/oil-cooled 348cc engine feeding power through an Ultramatic® transmission makes getting around convenient and fun. The Wolverine 350 is a great explorer.
  • An Ultramatic automatic transmission with reverse provides great convenience and maintains constant belt tension for confident downhill engine braking.
  • Raptor-inspired styling includes swoopy bodywork with integrated floorboards, a comfortable sport seat and an integrated rear cargo area.
  • Sport-tuned suspension, tires, light weight and a low seat add up to an excellent-handling ATV.
  • Pushbutton electric starting. Naturally.

Engine:

  • Powerful 348cc air-/oil-cooled SOHC four-stroke is torquey, revvable, smooth-running and extremely reliable.
  • A semi-oval slide 33mm BSR Mikuni carburetor and high-output DC-CDI ignition deliver great throttle response and performance at all rpm.
  • Full-auto Ultramatic transmission is extremely rugged and reliable; constant belt-tensioning system provides confident downhill engine braking.
  • Easy-access, tool-free air filter simplifies that task.
  • An automatic cam chain tensioner reduces maintenance requirements.

Chassis/Suspension:

  • Light, high-tensile steel frame provides a strong foundation for double-wishbone front and single-shock rear long-travel suspension systems for a sporty yet comfortable ride.
  • Five-way preload-adjustable suspension front and rear lets the Wolverine 350 be dialed in just right for varying loads and conditions.
  • A dry weight of 478 pounds means the Wolverine 350 runs right with the big sport dogs.
  • Low-maintenance shaft drive provide near-bulletproof strength and reliability.
  • Front hydraulic disc brakes provides plenty of stopping power.
  • 23 x 8-12 front and 23 x 10-12 rear sport tires serve up great traction and quick, light handling.
  • Full skid plates provide great undercarriage protection.

Additional Features:

  • An underseat storage compartment and integrated rear cargo rack make it easy to bring the things you need.
  • 1,102-pound towing capacity (with optional hitch).

Specifications

Engine

  • Type 348cc air-/oil-cooled 4-stroke; SOHC, 2 valves
  • Bore x Stroke 83.0mm x 64.5mm
  • Compression Ratio 9.2:1
  • Carburetion Mikuni 33mm BSR
  • Ignition DC – CDI
  • Starting System Electric
  • Transmission Yamaha Ultramatic® V-Belt / F,N,R
  • Engine Braking Rear wheel
  • Drive Train 2WD; shaft

Chassis

  • Suspension/Front Independent double wishbone; 5-way preload-adjustable shocks, 6.3-in travel
  • Suspension/Rear Swingarm; 5-way preload-adjustable, 7.1-in travel
  • Brakes/Front Dual hydraulic disc
  • Brakes/Rear Fully sealed drum
  • Tires/Front AT23 x 8-12
  • Tires/Rear AT23 x 10-12

Dimensions

  • L x W x H 77.9 x 41.9 x 43.1 in
  • Seat Height 33.1 in
  • Wheelbase 48.5 in
  • Turning Radius 118 in
  • Ground Clearance 8.7 in
  • Fuel Capacity 3.8 gal
  • Dry Weight 478 lb
  • Rack Capacity 132 lb rear
  • Towing Capacity 1,102 lb with optional hitch

Other

  • Instrumentation N/A
  • Lighting Dual 30W Krypton multi-reflector headlights & 21/5W brakelight
  • Warranty 6 Month (Limited Factory Warranty)

MSRP* $4,399 (Team Yamaha Blue/White) Available from September 2007
$4,399 (Gray/Red) Available from September 2007


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