Yamaha Wolverine 350 4x4 - Review and Specs - Off-Roading Pro (2023)

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The Yamaha Wolverine 350 created a buzz for sport-utility vehicles when it came out in 1995. During this time, all efforts focused on improving all-terrain vehicles, leaving sport UTVs on the sidelines. Fast-forward to today; the Wolverine series has evolved into a mighty four-wheeler that leads the pack in technology features and ergonomic design. Apart from its intriguing moniker, quiet 15-year run, and grand comeback, is there more to this ATV than most people know?

The Yamaha Wolverine 350 was the first true sport-utility four-wheeler. This light, agile, and robust vehicle set the bar for hybrid UTVs during its time. It was both sporty and multifunctional and was fantastic for leisurely trail rides and yard work.

Learn more about its history, specs, known issues, and corresponding fixes (and more!) before you invest in this unsung hero and restore it to its former glory. A must-read for the Wolverine enthusiast!

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Groundbreaking Origins

With a vehicle that can balance farm work and sport riding in mind, Yamaha innovators developed the Wolverine 350 4×4 for launch in 1995. It was a utility style ATV – a sporty option with specs that can undertake utility work around the house and farm.

The quad intended to provide torquey, smooth off-roading performance with its user-friendly, straightforward features, and terrific handling for the occasional challenging rock ledges, dunes, and high ridge-tops. It also featured other convenient functions that made it a well-known choice for people who enjoyed trail riding in the deserts, woods, and grasslands.

(Video) Here's Why the Yamaha Wolverine is the Best Quad Ever Built

Another benefit of the Wolverine 350 4×4 was that it gave its owners the freedom to accessorize to their personal preference. Adding a winch, a snowplow, or a stereo are just some options, without mentioning what aftermarket companies had to offer.

This quad was solid as a tank. Despite aggressive driving, riders rarely got a punctured tire, saw leaking fluid, or experienced a breakage that would sidetrack the vehicle – they could ride to their hearts’ content until their gas tank dried up.

The Wolverine went through a 10-year hiatus, staying unchanged since its release in 1995. It was not until 2005 that Yamaha designed a successor – the Wolverine 450 4×4 – for release to the public the following year. This bigger-engine version was produced until 2010 when Yamaha pulled the plug on its manufacture after a collective 15-year production run and a waning in sales.

Yamaha’s loyal following can only speculate the cease of the Wolverine 350 and 450 – as they have hoped for a reintroduction of the 4×4 with IRS, power steering, and an EFI engine.

The Namesake

No resource or reference explains why this brute was named the way it was. But if we look up what a wolverine is, the animal’s description is befitting the four-wheeler. A wolverine is ferocious and strong.

The Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 delivers power and reliability beyond its size and can go head to head in terms of handling and performance with its 400-cc and above counterparts.

Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 Specs

Engine

Power is delivered by an air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder SOHC engine. It has a bore of 83 millimeters and a stroke of 64.5 millimeters. The engine is forward-inclined with a displacement of 348 cubic centimeters.

A 34-millimeter BSR Mikuni Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 carburetor handles the air-fuel mixture with a compression ratio of 9.2:1. Fuel tank capacity is 3.4 US gallons/12.9 liters with a reserve amount of 0.45 US gallons/1.7 liters.

Drivetrain

Power travels via a five-speed manual/centrifugal Ultramatic® wet type transmission (CVT type with F/N/R) with an auxiliary recoil mechanical backup and inclusive of a reverse gear. It has a four-wheel-drive with a maximum power output of 20.6kW (28.0PS) / 7,000r/min and a limited slip front-differential.

Ignition

A push-button starts it, with a high-output DC-CDI electric start system, and auxiliary recoil mechanical backup. It also has an A.C.-magneto generator system.

Tires

The Yamaha Wolverine 350 tires consist of Dunlop KT403 AT 23 X 8-12 front tires and Dunlop KT407 AT 23 X 10-12 rear tires with tubeless steel wheels (Wolverine X series came with Maxxis Radial tires – another topic).

(Video) Yamaha Wolverine 350 4x4 riding in Alaska

Brakes

It uses a right-hand operated front dual-disc brake, and a left-hand operated single, rear hydraulic disc foot brake (fully sealed drum brake for models after 2000).

Suspension

The Wolverine features an independent double-wishbone front suspension with five-way preload-adjustable shocks that allows 6.3 to 7.1 inches of travel. The rear suspension utilizes a swing arm with single preload-adjustable shocks, a solid axle, and 7.1 inches of travel.

Dimensions

The quad’s overall length is 73.6 inches. Width is 42.3 inches, and height is 45.3 inches; minimum ground clearance is 8.7 inches. The vehicle wheelbase is 48.4 inches. The seat height is 31.1 inches.

Dry weight is 477 lbs/216.4 kg (517 lbs/234.5 kg with oil and a full fuel tank), towing capacity is 728 lbs/330.2 kg, and storage capacity is 132 lbs/59.9 kg. The minimum turning radius of 138 inches makes for a smoother ride.

Exterior

It is composed of a high-tensile steel frame and plastic body material, and comes with standard grips, brush and light guards, and full skid plates. It also features a winch, front and rear fenders, brash plates, integrated floorboards, and a sports seat made of vinyl.

It comes equipped with 30-watt Krypton headlights and a 21-watt taillight, an under-seat storage box with a maximum load limit of 4.4 lbs/2 kg. Wrap items in cushion material to prevent damage.

Wolverine’s Top Speed

The Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 top speed is 50 mph on stock. It will go up to 55-60 mph (by 5-10 mph) on a level road if jetted and fitted with an aftermarket exhaust. Top speed will still depend on rider weight, tire pressure, and other factors. A 1999 Wolverine 350 or older would be a full-time 4WD and would work better if you get a 424 kit to disengage the 4WD and use 2WD when needed.

The Wolverine’s top speed often gets compared to that of the Big Bear and Grizzly models, the Raptor, and the Polaris Sportsman 500. Note that these are big-bore ATVs, so expect that these sports quads will smoke your Wolverine anytime.

The advantage of owning a Wolverine 350 is that it is more versatile than the rest – something that you can enjoy in both the sport and mudding realms. Its lighter engine and stock tires also enable it to go faster. Plus, for old Wolverine models, they have the same Warrior engine, which means that mods can be done more efficiently than newer-year models.

Yamaha Wolverine 350 Problems

The Wolverine is seemingly one of Yamaha’s most underrated ATVs not because it was sandwiched in between Yamaha’s more renowned “firsts” at the time of its launch, but due to known Yamaha Wolverine 350 problems breaking even the reliability and usefulness of the four-wheeler.

With its standout attributes comes its share of flaws. Here are the top five hitches Wolvi owners experience (based on forums), with corresponding recommendations on how to fix them:

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1. Water in the Gas Tank

Your engine not starting accordingly or not starting at all, or your vehicle hesitating to accelerate are all signs that you have this problem. Water in the gas tank could come from several sources, such as rainwater that seeps through the nooks and crannies of your bike or a loose fuel tank cap. Once you observe any of these indicators, immediately drain out all water either by siphoning it from the gas cap or draining it through the drain plug located underneath the tank, then refill it with a higher Octane (unleaded) gas. It is not wise to delay this as water can damage your fuel injectors and engine systems.

2. Electric Starter Not Working

If your quad won’t start by way of electric starter but starts when using the pull-start mechanical backup, then you may have a problem caused by either a dying battery or the CDI relay going out. To find this out, bypass this by unbolting the starter wire from the relay and placing it on the positive part of the battery. If the starter wire works fine, then the relay is your problem, and you may have to replace it.

3. Unresponsive Throttle or Rough Acceleration

What you initially have to do is check the butterfly on the choke, clean the carb and air filter, and inspect the tank vent tube to see if your engine is fuel-starved. If it is, drain the tank all the way, check for sediments, and then refill it with a fresh 87 Octane unleaded gas.

Additionally, get a clear plastic inline fuel filter and spark plug, and put the right kind of wet clutch differential and final gear oil. Double-check compression with aCompression Tester Kit(view on Amazon).

If you have completed all these steps and the issue still recurs when the engine gets hot, you may need to check if your coil is breaking down and get a replacement. Otherwise, throttle responsiveness should normalize by this time.

4. Stuck Parking Brake

If you have your brake on overnight, then it won’t fully release in the morning, and you have to hold your hand on it to make it work. You can do other things to free a stuck brake, such as rocking your ATV back and forth or manually pulling the brake cables.

You can also attempt to set and release the brakes multiple times to see if you can knock the brakes free. Oh, I almost forgot – before you try doing any of these hit-and-miss options, consider the ambient temperature. Your Wolverine may need a little warmth to thaw in case your parking brake just froze up.

5. The Clutch Is Slipping

This problem starts when the clutch plates wear out and slide against each other instead of grabbing. It is bound to happen since the plates rub against each other when the clutch is engaged. Either that or the clutch springs have lost their tension. When you experience this, all you have to do is lay the bike on its side, remove the clutch cover, and check the components.

No matter how superficial the damage is, it is always good to replace the drive, fiber plates, and clutch springs. Clutch slipping is inevitable for ATV owners, which means that at some point, you will need to buy a new clutch kit anyway.

Other reported challenges range from minor to severe, requiring replacement of Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 parts. These would mostly come from 1996 or 1998 Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 models. But thankfully, a lot of Yamaha communities and forums provide support to Yamaha consumers, especially those who are either not tech-savvy or new quad owners.

If you encounter any of these issues and cannot get answers from your group, there is always your backyard mechanic or a professional you can go to.

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Cold-Starting the Wolverine

A feature that makes the Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 reliable is that people often use it like a tractor, especially during sub-zero temperatures when they fit it with a snowplow. Therefore, you should know how to properly cold-start this workhorse to help clear up our driveways for more years to come. Below are the steps to follow:

  1. Set the parking brake.
  2. Turn the fuel cock to ON.
  3. Turn the main switch ON and the engine stop switch to RUN.
  4. Shift the transmission into neutral. By this time, the neutral light should come on.
  5. Use the starter or choke, depending on the following conditions:
  • Fully open or pull the choke if the ambient temperature is below 5°C (40°F)
  • Half-open the starter if the ambient temperature is 0-30°C (30-90°F)
  • Do a warm engine start if the ambient temperature is 25°C (80°F) or warmer.
  1. Fully close the throttle lever and fire up the engine.
  2. Push the start button and crank the engine for no more than 10 seconds on each attempt until the ATV successfully starts.
  3. Cold starts with a fully open choke should be returned to half-open position, and half-open positions should be kept as is to warm up the engine.
  4. Continue to warm up the engine until it idles smoothly. After this, return the starter to a closed position before riding.

Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 FAQs

How much is a Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4?

The MSRP of the 1995-2000 Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 was $5,199. The 2007 2WD model was at $4,399.

What is a 2016 Yamaha Wolverine worth?

There were four Wolverine Sport UTVs released in 2016, namely: the 708-cc Wolverine (MSRP at $10,999), the Wolverine R-Spec (MSRP at $12,199), the Wolverine R-Spec EPS (MSRP at $13,199), and the Wolverine R-Spec EPS SE (MSRP at $14,799).

What kind of oil does Yamaha Wolverine 350 take?

Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 requires 3.1 quarts/2.9 liters of engine oil (without) and 3.2 quarts/3.0 liters with oil filter replacement. The recommended engine oils are YAMALUBE 4 10W-30/20W-40, SAE 10W-30/20W-40, and SAE 5W-30 for colder temperatures. Oil classification should be API service SE, SF, SG type, or higher. Make sure not to mix any chemical additives or use oils with a diesel specification of CD as this may cause clutch slippage. Additionally, do not use oils labeled as Energy Conserving II or higher.

What fuel should I use for the Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4?

Recommended fuel is unleaded gasoline and gasohol with less than 10% ethanol content only. Using leaded gasoline or gasohol containing methanol may damage valves, piston rings, and Yamaha Wolverine 350 exhaust systems.

Does the Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 have power steering?

The Wolverine 350 did not have power steering. Its successors – *Wolverine X2 and X4 (released from 2016 till present) – have Electric Power Steering (EPS) technology.

Is the Yamaha Wolverine belt driven?

The 1995 Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 wasn’t, but the 2006 2WD Wolverine 350 was. The same goes for all other Wolverine models launched from 2006 till present, including Wolverine 450, X2, X4, and X2 R-Spec.

Does the Yamaha Wolverine have a dump box?

The year models 1995 to 2010 did not have a dump box, but the versions from 2016 onwards have one. Veterans claim that one can create a dump box for an older Wolverine 350 by hinging at the top of the bumper (provided it’s OEM. Otherwise, it would require a major bracket to hang the bumper on).

Is it okay to do full throttles on my Wolverine before break in?

Do not do prolonged full throttles or put excessive load on your engine when breaking in for the first 20 hours. The reason behind this is that the various engine parts wear and polish themselves to the correct operating clearances. Overloading or overheating your four-wheeler may affect how the engine adjusts.

Is the Wolverine 350 safe for kids?

The Wolverine is suitable for kids provided that there is parental supervision. I highly advise using the speed limiter for inexperienced riders, especially if it’s your kids who will be using the Wolverine. If they are below 16 years old and not yet skilled in using an ATV, it is best to set the maximum speed to 30 mph or less. You can eventually adjust the max speed to what the brute is capable of once your child gains more confidence and experience.

About Yamaha

Yamaha Motor Company Limited is a Japanese conglomerate that aspires to bring joy and enrich the lives of its customers through its products and services. Their company mission is to create Kando, which means feeling deep satisfaction and excitement when encountering something of great value.

(Video) Yamaha wolverine 350 gopro Ep1

This Kando mission inspires them to create unique products and new demand, and to continue realizing new ideas – just like they did when they first produced the Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4. From its establishment to date, Yamaha continues to live by its five shared values of Innovation, Excitement, Confidence, Emotion, and Ties.

Conclusion – Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4

The Wolverine 350 4×4 was imperfect and underrated, but it clearly defined what a sport-utility vehicle should look like and be capable of – which meant different things to different people.

  • For the hardworking farmer, it’s a great vehicle that is very dependable and has low-cost maintenance.
  • For folks living in sub-zero weather, it’s a very trusty snowplow machine.
  • For the off-roading enthusiast, it’s a great steal.

It gave households the advantage of owning a 2-in-1 four-wheeler, but it also ignited innovation across ATV manufacturers. Despite still lacking in many aspects, the birth of the Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 ultimately led to the creation of sport UTVs that we know and enjoy today.

FAQs

How fast does a Yamaha Wolverine 350 go? ›

Wolverine's Top Speed

The Yamaha Wolverine 350 4×4 top speed is 50 mph on stock. It will go up to 55-60 mph (by 5-10 mph) on a level road if jetted and fitted with an aftermarket exhaust.

Are Yamaha Wolverines reliable? ›

That said, the Yamaha Wolverine lineup stands true to its iconic status as one of the most reliable releases the Japanese manufacturer has ever made. Whether you have the nostalgic 350 4×4 ATV or the more technologically-advanced R-Spec, X2, or X4 UTV models, the Wolverine's high-performance standards remain the same.

Is Yamaha Wolverine a 4x4? ›

The Yamaha Wolverine 450 is a fully automatic 4×4 with features including a light weight, sporty suspension that is inspired by The Raptor line.

What is the top speed of a Yamaha Wolverine? ›

The Yamaha Wolverine 700 top speed is 53 mph on stock. With mods, it can keep up with a 900-cc Polaris RZR. 2020 models have a 2-mph gain. Your stock 2016 trim will go up to 55 mph if you go past the limiter and put on a machined sheave.

What kind of oil does a Yamaha Wolverine 350 take? ›

Yamalube Oil Change Kit 10W-40 for Yamaha WOLVERINE 350 2X4 2007-2009.

How much oil does a Yamaha Wolverine 350 take? ›

Refill the engine by adding 2.33 quarts of Yamalube or SAE oil to the oil fill tube.

Is the Yamaha Wolverine belt driven? ›

Yamaha Ultramatic Transmission System and Drivetrain

A belt-drive system that's always under tension means you can use high or low gearing anytime while out on the trail without fear of damaging your drive belt. Yamaha is so confident in the design that the company includes a 10-year belt warranty.

Does Yamaha Wolverine have power steering? ›

Yamaha Wolverine Power Steering Kit

Designed to make your ride better, EZ-STEER drastically reduces steering effort allowing for longer more enjoyable rides. Along with enhanced steering, power steering will virtually eliminate bump steer and provide a smooth and consistent ride.

Does Yamaha Wolverine have turf mode? ›

Powertrain: Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The rear axle does away with a differential, which means no turf mode to help save your driveway or grass. The front axle has a true, electronically controlled locking differential for when the going gets tough.

Where is the Yamaha Wolverine built? ›

It is no secret that we love the Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000, and now the little machine has one more reason to sit in our hearts. Earlier this month, a 2021 RMAX2 rolled down the assembly line in Newnan, Georgia, to become the 4 millionth machine built by Yamaha in the United States.

How much does a Yamaha Wolverine cost? ›

2022 Yamaha Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec • $14,899.

How much does a Yamaha Wolverine weigh? ›

Dimensions. Curb Weight: 719.5 kg (1586 lb.) 2100 mm (82.7 in.)

How fast is the 2021 Yamaha Wolverine? ›

We comfortably hit Yamaha's claimed top speed of just under 70 mph. The RMAX uses a drive-by-wire throttle with three settings, and this was terrain made for Sport mode, which offers the quickest throttle response.

How much horsepower does a 2020 Yamaha Wolverine have? ›

The Wolverine comes standard with an 847cc parallel-twin cylinder liquid-cooled, DOHC, fuel-injected engine producing 70hp governed at a top speed of 55mph. This is Yamaha's new twin-cylinder engine featuring drive-by-wire throttle that shares technology with their sportbikes.

What size engine is a Yamaha Wolverine? ›

SMOOTH AND POWERFUL TWIN-CYLINDER ENGINE: The Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec is powered by an 847cc DOHC eight-valve parallel-twin engine featuring a full range of advanced Yamaha technology.

Where is the oil filter on a Yamaha Wolverine 350? ›

Yamaha Wolverine 350 ATV Oil Change - YouTube

Where is the oil filter located on a Yamaha Wolverine 350? ›

How to Change the Engine Oil on a Yamaha 350 Wolverine - YouTube

Who makes Wolverine ATV? ›

2023 Yamaha Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec Recreation Side-by-Side - Model Home.

What oil goes in a Yamaha Wolverine? ›

Oil Change Kit With Yamalube All Purpose 10W-40 for Yamaha Wolverine R-Spec 4x4 2016-2018 - Walmart.com.

How do you change the oil on a Yamaha 350? ›

Yamaha Warrior 350 | Oil Change - YouTube

What years did they make the Yamaha Wolverine 450? ›

YAMAHA Wolverine 450 2004 - Present.

Which is better Yamaha Wolverine or Honda pioneer? ›

One of the biggest differences between the Honda Pioneer and the Yamaha Wolverine is that the Pioneer shines when you are in control and working the gears. Conversely, the Wolverine's all-but-flawless transmission can essentially take over for you. It even handles the engine braking for crawl capability.

How much does a 2021 Yamaha Wolverine cost? ›

2021 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX4 1000 R-Spec • $21,799

Maximize your adventures with class-leading cabin comfort, 4-seat versatility, and the unmatched power delivery of Yamaha's all-new 999cc parallel twin engine.

Are Yamaha side-by-sides reliable? ›

It's a great machine overall, but if you want a reliable transmission, this is it. The Yamaha RMAX2 and RMAX4 1000 are both stalwart machines designed to do work and have fun. They have a solid suspension and reliable engines that make them rank on our list.

What is Yamaha Wolverine R-Spec? ›

TERRAIN-TACKLING CHASSIS: For maximum terrainability, the Wolverine RMAX2 1000 R-Spec features a solid, durable frame designed to provide superior off-road confidence. Class-leading suspension, 30-inch tires and an optimized wheel base provide a balanced contact-to-ground feel in challenging terrain.

How much horsepower does a 2016 Yamaha Wolverine have? ›

We feel this thing is capable of producing power in the 75-horsepower range. That is the same horsepower as the super-fun Polaris RZR 900. And, it does not run as loud as the Viking engine does. The engine is governed to top out around 53 mph, just a tick faster than the Kawasaki Teryx.

How fast is a 2017 Yamaha Wolverine? ›

Fast enough to be fun. Top speed is 52 mph, but it does its best work in conditions way too tight for that. Yamaha uses the same DOHC single with a 44mm EFI throttle body in the Wolverine, Grizzly and Kodiak 4x4s, but the Wolverine is tuned for more midrange grunt.

Are Yamaha Vikings any good? ›

Again, the Viking is a working beast and as such doesn't need anything fancy. Independent, double wishbone suspension makes sure it's plenty comfortable and has stable handling, but everything else is utilitarian. With 8 inches of suspension travel, it can get you out of a jam, but don't expect trail heroics.

Is the Yamaha Viking good for trail riding? ›

Towing Capacity

The Viking really shines if you're hauling cargo with the crew or patrolling your property, but it's just as comfortable on leisurely treks through the woods. If you're looking for a machine that's just as capable on the trails as it is at a construction site, the Yamaha Viking is right up your alley.

Is the Wolverine X4 good? ›

Verdict. Yamaha's Wolverine X4 850 and X4 XT-R 850 stand as a good compromise for those who want a trail-friendly UTV that retains the ability to work when needed.

How fast is a Yamaha Wolverine 450? ›

There is no resource online or elsewhere that documents the power output of the Wolverine 450.
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Engine & Lubrication.
Engine Type4-Stroke OHC
Top Speed50-55 mph (80.5-88.5 km/h) – based on test rides by ATV publications
Starter SystemElectric starter
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How much does a 2020 Yamaha Wolverine cost? ›

Values
Suggested List PriceAverage Retail
Base Price$12,699$12,760
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Total Price$12,699$12,760
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How much is a Wolverine ATV? ›

2020 Yamaha Wolverine X2 Specifications
Identification
Model TypeUtility UTV
BASE MSRP(US)$12,699.00
DealersYamaha Dealers
Warranty6
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How much does it cost for a Yamaha side by side? ›

Yamaha utility side-by-sides in the Viking series have starting prices between $11,999 and $15,699. Wolverine recreational UTVs start at $14,499 and have a top end of $25,299. The performance-oriented YXZ models have a floor of $18,999, and their starting prices go up to $21,799.

How wide is a 2022 Yamaha Wolverine? ›

L x W x H: 119.3 in. x 66.1 in. x 77.8 in. Wheelbase: 86.7 in.

How much does a 2022 Yamaha Wolverine weigh? ›

1,757 lb.

How long is a Yamaha Wolverine 4 seater? ›

L x W x H: 122.0 in. x 62.2 in. x 77.7 in. Wheelbase: 83.7 in.

How fast is a Wolverine 850? ›

SPEED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The Wolverine X2 850 XT-R comes standard with a Speed Management System which allows the owner to limit the vehicle to a top speed of 25 mph, making it ideal for work sites or other special operating conditions.

How fast does the RMAX4 go? ›

The Wolverine RMAX4 1000 R-Spec is equipped with Yamaha's Speed Management System, using the YCC-T to limit the vehicle to a top speed of 25 mph without sacrificing the full power of the 999cc engine, making it ideal for work sites or other special operating conditions.

What does Yamaha RMAX stand for? ›

Definition. RMAX. Maximum Range. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.

How much horsepower does a Yamaha Wolverine 1000 have? ›

Both the RMAX2 1000 and RMAX4 1000 have a brand new CVT equipped engine – a powerful 999cc parallel-twin engine with three drive modes, rated for 108 horsepower. According to Yamaha, it has an aggressive redline at 8500 RPMs with a top speed of about 110 kilometres per hour.

Is Yamaha RMAX belt driven? ›

It makes right around 110 horsepower at the crank, which is ample power to pull all 1,885 pounds of RMAX around on the trail. Yamaha pairs the fuel-injected engine with a belt-driven CVT, or continuously variable transmission.

How good is the Yamaha Wolverine X2? ›

The X2 850 is close to the pinnacle of its class, enjoying all the build quality and niceties of its bigger sibling for less money. It's less aggressive, powerful, and expensive than the RMAX 1000, but is still much more capable than most of us will ever be.

How many cc is a Yamaha Wolverine? ›

Capability. SMOOTH AND POWERFUL TWIN-CYLINDER ENGINE: The Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec is powered by an 847cc DOHC eight-valve parallel-twin engine featuring a full range of advanced Yamaha technology.

How much does a full grown Wolverine weigh? ›

It is the largest land-living species in the weasel family, or mustelids. The wolverine usually weighs between 17 and 40 pounds, stands up to 1.5 feet tall, and is generally 33 to 44 inches long (including tail). The male is larger than females.

How much does a 2017 Yamaha Wolverine weigh? ›

ADDITIONAL FEATURES:
SPECIFICATIONS:2017 Yamaha Wolverine R-Spec EPS (Starting at $13,199)
Fuel Capacity:9.7 gal
Wet Weight:1404 lb
Bed Capacity:300 lb
Towing Capacity:1500 lb
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How fast is a Yamaha Wolverine 450? ›

There is no resource online or elsewhere that documents the power output of the Wolverine 450.
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Engine & Lubrication.
Engine Type4-Stroke OHC
Top Speed50-55 mph (80.5-88.5 km/h) – based on test rides by ATV publications
Starter SystemElectric starter
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What CC is a Yamaha Wolverine? ›

Capability. SMOOTH AND POWERFUL TWIN-CYLINDER ENGINE: The Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec is powered by an 847cc DOHC eight-valve parallel-twin engine featuring a full range of advanced Yamaha technology.

How much does a Yamaha Wolverine weigh? ›

Dimensions. Curb Weight: 719.5 kg (1586 lb.) 2100 mm (82.7 in.)

What years did they make the Yamaha Wolverine 450? ›

YAMAHA Wolverine 450 2004 - Present.

Where is the Yamaha Wolverine built? ›

It is no secret that we love the Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000, and now the little machine has one more reason to sit in our hearts. Earlier this month, a 2021 RMAX2 rolled down the assembly line in Newnan, Georgia, to become the 4 millionth machine built by Yamaha in the United States.

How much does a Yamaha Wolverine? ›

2022 Yamaha Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec • $14,899.

How much is a Yamaha Wolverine 450 worth? ›

Values
Suggested List PriceAverage Retail
Base Price$5,999$2,630
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Total Price$5,999$2,630
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Does Yamaha Wolverine have power steering? ›

Yamaha Wolverine Power Steering Kit

Designed to make your ride better, EZ-STEER drastically reduces steering effort allowing for longer more enjoyable rides. Along with enhanced steering, power steering will virtually eliminate bump steer and provide a smooth and consistent ride.

How much does a 2021 Yamaha Wolverine cost? ›

2021 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX4 1000 R-Spec • $21,799

Maximize your adventures with class-leading cabin comfort, 4-seat versatility, and the unmatched power delivery of Yamaha's all-new 999cc parallel twin engine.

How fast is the 2021 Yamaha Wolverine? ›

We comfortably hit Yamaha's claimed top speed of just under 70 mph. The RMAX uses a drive-by-wire throttle with three settings, and this was terrain made for Sport mode, which offers the quickest throttle response.

How wide is a 2022 Yamaha Wolverine? ›

L x W x H: 119.3 in. x 66.1 in. x 77.8 in. Wheelbase: 86.7 in.

How much does a 2022 Yamaha Wolverine weigh? ›

1,757 lb.

Who makes Wolverine ATV? ›

2023 Yamaha Wolverine X2 850 R-Spec Recreation Side-by-Side - Model Home.

Videos

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