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This is a discussion on What Yamahas Have You Owned? within the Wolverine X2/X4 General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; I thought this could be an interesting thread. Personally I would say that I'm guilty of being very brand-loyal to Yamaha. I've been accused of ...

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    What Yamahas Have You Owned?

    I thought this could be an interesting thread.

    Personally I would say that I'm guilty of being very brand-loyal to Yamaha. I've been accused of bleeding blue on more than one occasion.

    I've owned a pile of Yamahas including:

    a new 60cc dirt bike (~1971), in classic yellow/black
    a used 90cc dirt bike (year unknown)
    a new 125cc Enduro (1975)
    a new 250 MX (1977)
    a used 400 cc street bike (~1980)
    I raced a 338 GPX snowmobile (~1975)
    I raced a new 340 SRX snowmobile (~1976, and even earned a state championship, and two 2nd place states)
    a used 700 cc street bike (1990)
    a new Kodiak 400 4x4 (~1995)
    a new Grizzly 660 4x4 (2006)
    a used Rhino 660 SXS (2005)
    a used V-Max 600 snowmobile with the "triple redhead" motor (2003), still own
    a new 2000 watt Generator (2015), still own
    a new Wolverine R-Spec (2016), still own
    a new Wolverine X2 (2019), still own

    And Yamaha toys I've purchased for my boys include:
    a used YZ85 (~2000)
    a used YZ125 (2000)
    a used YZ125 (2001)
    a used YZ250F (2007), still own
    a used YZ250F (2009), still own

    After (50) years of riding I would have thought my list would have been longer. But there's still time. LOL.

    What have you owned?
    2016 R-Spec EPS, Folding Windshield, Rear Window, Cargo Box, YXZ Steering Wheel
    Warn-3000
    Sedona-Storm 14", Rip-Saw Tires 27x9-14 and 27x11-14
    Assault & Seizmik-Mirrors
    EMP-Front/Rear Bumpers, CV Guards
    Super ATV-2" Lift Kit
    19" LED Bar

    2019 R-Spec X2, Folding Windshield, Cargo Box
    Warn-3500, 72” plow
    Interco Sniper 920's-28x10-14 on SB-3 Wheels
    Assault & Seizmik-Mirrors
    JBS-Firewall Shields
    Weller-ReFlash
    HMF-Titan Quiet Exhaust & Rear Bumper
    NGK-Iridium Plugs
    24” LED Bar

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    First was a 1976 MX80
    1982 YZ80
    1987 YZ125
    1986 FJ600
    1992 FZR 600
    1996 Warrior
    2002 Warrior
    2019 Wolverine X4

    I didn’t think I had that many Yamaha’s


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    1978 MX175
    1998 Warrior
    2016 R spec


    I'm not brand loyal. I've had Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Kawasaki.
    Good judgment comes from experience, most of which comes from bad judgement

    2016 R spec Black
    Superwinch Terra 45
    27x9r12 Bearclaw HTR's on STI HD beadlocks
    Bunch of LED lights
    Hunterworks PCV
    AIS delete
    DIY exhaust tip
    JBS Eibach spring kit
    2" Perfex Lift
    Sway Bar Delete
    Hunterworks greaseless sheave
    14g/.5mm shim/Purple secondary
    Slugged wet clutch
    Super ATV EZ steer power steering
    Super ATV High clearance rear A-arms
    Chopped cage
    TRADED IN

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    Great question! Owned a few more Yamahas than I had realized.

    1974 Dt250
    2008 FZ6 wrinkle black (valve cover)
    2008 FZ6 matte white (grill high temp)
    1997 Yamaha Vmax 1200
    1994 Razz scooter Haha
    2006 Grizzly 660
    2005 Grizzly 660
    2004 Kodiak 450
    2016 Wolverine R-spec SE
    2018 Wolverine X4
    Wolverine X4 SE silver
    Sedona Rip Saws 28x10x14 with STI HD beadlock rims
    UHMWPE underbody skid plate
    Rock sliders
    Front/rear A guards
    Front Skid Plate
    16gr HW weights

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jraoffroad View Post
    1978 MX175
    1998 Warrior
    2016 R spec


    I'm not brand loyal. I've had Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha and Kawasaki.
    I did own one old used Honda Fourtrax 2wd-four wheeler, and six (6) Honda four stroke air cooled dirt bikes for my boys growing up Every one of them was stupid-reliable! Honda makes good stuff also.

    Quote Originally Posted by MNWolverine View Post
    Great question! Owned a few more Yamahas than I had realized.

    1974 Dt250
    2008 FZ6 wrinkle black (valve cover)
    2008 FZ6 matte white (grill high temp)
    1997 Yamaha Vmax 1200
    1994 Razz scooter Haha
    2006 Grizzly 660
    2005 Grizzly 660
    2004 Kodiak 450
    2016 Wolverine R-spec SE
    2018 Wolverine X4
    We're had a lot of the same models.
    2016 R-Spec EPS, Folding Windshield, Rear Window, Cargo Box, YXZ Steering Wheel
    Warn-3000
    Sedona-Storm 14", Rip-Saw Tires 27x9-14 and 27x11-14
    Assault & Seizmik-Mirrors
    EMP-Front/Rear Bumpers, CV Guards
    Super ATV-2" Lift Kit
    19" LED Bar

    2019 R-Spec X2, Folding Windshield, Cargo Box
    Warn-3500, 72” plow
    Interco Sniper 920's-28x10-14 on SB-3 Wheels
    Assault & Seizmik-Mirrors
    JBS-Firewall Shields
    Weller-ReFlash
    HMF-Titan Quiet Exhaust & Rear Bumper
    NGK-Iridium Plugs
    24” LED Bar

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    1972 Mini Enduro
    1972 LT2 100
    1974 MX100
    1980 80 Trials
    1981 650 twin
    1982 650 inline 4,
    1989 PW 50
    1991 YZ 125
    1997 PW 50
    1998 PW 50
    2016 Wolverine R-Spec

    Not brand specific I have had Honda , Suzuki , Can-am , ATK and Harley
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    2016 Rspec EPS, full Yamaha folding windshield, Prefix 2 in lift,TGM Off-Road/Konstruktor Doors , 20 in roof mount light bar, 2 pillar mount cube lights

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    Like others, I'm not brand loyal but Yamaha has been my current choice.

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    2019 Yamaha Wolverine X2
    Yamaha front/rear bumpers
    KFI 4000 Winch
    Super atv half-window
    EMP rear window
    Yamaha storage box
    27" ITP Blackwater Evo's
    Seizmik Pursuit mirrors
    Seizmik Halo mirror
    Yamaha a-arm guards F/R
    Yamaha High Output 15" HALO LED Light Bar

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    Oh dear, I don't have a list, Can't really stretch a one liner.

    1997 Venture 600 Long Track 2 -up Touring (sold after too many years without sufficient snot and it not staying around a few weeks or more)
    2017 Wolverine RSPec SE
    Southern, Ont. Canada

    >6000 km and going June 22nd, 2020
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    BearClaw HTR 27 inch tires (threads look excellent w/5000km on them now)
    Half windshield
    Roof
    Aluminum Under armor
    Yamaha Warn 3500lb Winch & Synthetic rope
    LED Headlights, Yellow Light Bar
    Backup Lights & interior overhead added

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    70's RD350
    70's DT360
    70's DT400
    70's YZ125
    Don't remember exact years of those machines but all were pretty dependable.
    Currently 2019 X2
    North West Wisconsin / 2019 Wolverine R-Spec SE/TB
    27" Interco Sniper 920 Tires on stock wheels
    Weller Racing Flash
    SATV Flip Up Windscreen
    Home Made Soft Rear Window
    Throttle Maxx
    Seizmik Mirrors
    KFI 5000lb Winch
    KFI 66" Plow
    Yamaha Rear Brush Guard
    Yamaha Cargo Bed Box
    Yamaha Adventure Pro
    Yamaha Tire Rack

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    '89 Snow Scoot
    '89 Blaster
    '97 VMAX 500
    '98 SRX
    '01 SRX
    '02 MountainMax159"
    '05 VSTAR
    '07 ApexMtn174" Turbo
    '08 Raider
    '08 NytroRTX
    '10 Nytro Mtn174" Turbo
    '14 ViperXTX Turbo
    '18 EF2200IS inverter generator
    '20 X2 XT-R
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    '20 X2 XT-R

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