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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-06-2003, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Interested in buying a yamaha wolverine!!

Hello i am interested in buying a yamaha wolverine, I just wanted to know what some of the owners think of this bike.also i have read alot of good reviews about this bike and wanted to know if the facts are i have heard about this bike are true.ok so i have heard this bike will go 60mph stock and it has the same engine the warrior has, so does this engine have any flaws in it or is it a good working motor?also how does this bike ride,does it have good sespension? does this bike do well in snow,mud,water,hard packed roads etc.Is this bike good on gas?does it burn oil?does this bike start good in the cold?well these are just some of the things i want to know more about this bike,helpful comments welcomed
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Re: Interested in buying a yamaha wolverine!!

I ride a 2003 Wolverine and LOVE IT!

Great gas mileage...I can ride most of the day non-stop without worrying about gas. In fact, I went out with a buddy on his Honda 300EX and when he had to switch to reserve I had only used half a tank.

Starts great in cold...mind you I'm only talking about down to about freezing. I've not had to start it in temps lower than that.

I'm not sure about the 60 mph piece. I think I've had mine upto approx. 50 and that's plenty for me. I know I'm not topping out though. It still has room to go if it just had another gear...6 like in the Warrior.

It is a little rough of a ride on trails...though I feel the trail better and have more control I think. The bike handles great, but you're not going to get much tail action around corners because of the 4-wheel drive aspect. I think the bike is quite nimble and I enjoy the ride. It is excellent in the mud...I think. I've yet to get stuck...though I know I will. I've not come across any terrain it had trouble with where I ride...sand, loose dirt/gravel, mud, water, railroad tracks, power for climbing, etc.

I'd recommend it hands down to anyone that wants a decent, moderately powerful machine. I particularly like it because it is fairly light, nimble control, size is good for fairly tight navigation and plenty of power...and I'm 6' 2" and 210 lbs.

Like I said at the beginning...I LOVE IT!

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If you want a sporty 4x4 this is definantly a good one. Its the only 4x4 I've actualy felt comfertable jumping, it handles great. He's right it needs a 6'th gear. Its not much slower then a 300ex. It is faster then a sportsman 400 and a 2wd or 4wd rancher. We dragged all three of em and no matter what rider was on the wolverine it always won by quite a margin. I'd say about 52 to 53mph stock. The motor does have a lot of potential if you wanna go that route. Just check out four stroke tech's web sight. Out of all the 4x4's I've ridden I feel this is the one to have for fun.

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