Some people that have the old motor say that the new motor sucks and is nothing but a problem waiting to happen!!
some people that have the new motor say the old motor sucks and is nothing but a problem waiting to happen!!
I have the new motor. I added a fuel controller. It runs great . No. Problems
Plenty for power. Some times way to much power. But I still want more... LOL
You bought it. It's yours now no matter what it is
Just enjoy the hell out of it.
To be honest, my end game is trading it in on a Tenere700. I swapped one of the cars for it because it's a lot easier to trade-in a Yamaha ATV at the Yamaha dealership than it is a 30yr old German hatchback. As soon as the T7 hits the showroom floor, I'll be there to scoop one up. I love my TW and plan to keep it in the stable, but I need a bit more range and something a bit more me-sized.
I have a 2019 kodiak. Absolutely love it. We had a polaris sportsman before and the Yamaha is far and above the better machine. From quality feel to serviceability. The clutching is far far far superior(seriously can’t stress that enuff). I also like having full control over the 4x4 and diff lock.
Honestly, we're liking this thing a lot more than I thought we would. My only gripe is that it's automatic/CVT where I generally prefer a manual, but that makes it a lot more friendly for the rest of the family. Wife is already talking about wanting to get another one that is more her size.
I looked seriously at TW, even made an offer on a couple used ones but didn't get them. I finally decided to purchase new and the dealer had TW's and the VV's in stock. After trying both it looked like the VV would be a better bike for me as I do little trail or off road riding but lots of...
I just bought the XT225. I ride an 1100cc street bike and a 700cc quad and am still very comfortable at high speeds and difficult situations on them. I have a ton more fear factor on this tiny little bike. I just can't seem to get used to it. In the thread " Why Not An XT250 ", several guys...
Okay, so the AJP PR7 has been around actually for a while now. However, like so many other unfortunate victims of quality control failures and tragic design flaws, I wrote the PR7 off as just another piece of wasted potential.
Fast forward to the updated 2020 model. After a quick look, I think...