Monday, March 14, 2011

Yamaha Wolverine 450

Yamaha Wolverine 450, 2009

The Wolverine 450 is by far the sportiest 4x4 we've ever produced. With the bulletproof liquid cooled 450cc engine right out of the Kodiak, on command 4 wheel drive, sport radial tires and agressive looks, this Wolverine is designed for the true sport exploring enthusiast.

One that has on-command 4wd for those moments when you need serious traction, but handles more like a sport bike in 2wd. Well look no further. The Wolverine 450 sets the standard for sport exploring. This versatile, go anywhere ATV has 450 class power with revised sport suspension settings and a rear swing arm that allows flatter handling in virtually all conditions. With aggressive looks derived from our awesome Raptor lineup, you'll stand out from the crowd no matter where your ride ends up.

The features and the benefits:
-Liquid-cooled 450 class power.
Ultramatic single range transmission with engine brake and automotive style transmission lock parking mechanism. (F / N / R / P)
-Fully independent double-wishbone front suspension combined with a rear swing-arm to give a more progressive feel for sport trail riding.
-Aggressive sport styling derived from our famous Raptor lineup.
-A digital information centre LCD display for speed, odometer and 4wd / 2wd position, as well as LED warning lamps.
-Maxxis All-Terrain Radial tires mounted on newly designed 12" aluminum wheels.
-Dual 30W Krypton Multireflector Headlights, right off the YFZ 450
-A sporty seat designed for comfort and maneuverability.
-Internal engine counter-balancer minimizes engine vibration to rider.
-Dual hydraulic disk brakes based on Kodiak 450
-Large wide footboards for better versatility
-Sealed marine-style electrical connectors prevent water from entering electrical components and wiring.
-Convenient push-button electric starter works in any gear.

High-capacity cooling system with high-mounted fan-cooled radiator for consistent engine performance, excellent durability and protection from sticks and rocks.


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