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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-07-2007, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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350 raptor, can I install a 660?

I just bought a 2005 Raptor 350 with no motor. Can I install a 660 motor in its place? I am not familiar with yamaha machines so I dont know where to began to look. Thanks
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-08-2007, 06:40 AM
 
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Re: 350 raptor, can I install a 660?

depends, are you capeable at cutting and welding? if you are then anything is posible, tbh if it was me i would shove a hiubusa in there lol
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Re: 350 raptor, can I install a 660?

If you have all the "know-how" and tools, then hell yea its possibly. I am not sure if the engine will actually fit with out cutting the engine mounts. I know over at yfm, some guy wanted to put a YFZ 450 engine in the 350, and he would have just needed to make new engine mounts.
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Re: 350 raptor, can I install a 660?

Hey, I know.
buy my 2005 660
awsume shape
just up graded to the 700

$4500 or best offer
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Re: 350 raptor, can I install a 660?

Good luck, the raptor motor is tall compared to the 350 engine, get a 450, it is smaller and will kick any raptors ass.


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Good luck, the raptor motor is tall compared to the 350 engine, get a 450, it is smaller and will kick any raptors ass.
the hell if it will . most heavily modded 450's cant even come close to touching my 70 + horse raptor. lol and im not even close to being done. adding 30 more horse by spring.

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Good luck, the raptor motor is tall compared to the 350 engine, get a 450, it is smaller and will kick any raptors ass.
the hell if it will . most heavily modded 450's cant even come close to touching my 70 + horse raptor. lol and im not even close to being done. adding 30 more horse by spring.
Maybe he meant 350 Raptors?

This is all too confusing, I wish everyone would just call the 350 what it is... A warrior.

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Good luck, the raptor motor is tall compared to the 350 engine, get a 450, it is smaller and will kick any raptors ass.
the hell if it will . most heavily modded 450's cant even come close to touching my 70 + horse raptor. lol and im not even close to being done. adding 30 more horse by spring.
First he is talking about putting a 660 engine into a Raptor 350 (warrior) frame ( less confusing) and I suggest he put a 450 engine which is smaller, lighter, and a faster engine by all means, now someone is b.s.ing about his 100hp raptor to be. I wonder what kind of Raptor engine can put out 100 hp, 3 times the stock HP rating, anything is possible but why put such an engine into a (warrior) frame. Again I say good luck, some people have wild imaginations, others have wild imaginations and can make it happen.
And I was talking about the 350 Raptor, (warrior) I wouldn't mind seeing a 450 engine in a Raptor (warrior) frame. It would turn a few heads.


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Good luck, the raptor motor is tall compared to the 350 engine, get a 450, it is smaller and will kick any raptors ass.
the hell if it will . most heavily modded 450's cant even come close to touching my 70 + horse raptor. lol and im not even close to being done. adding 30 more horse by spring.
First he is talking about putting a 660 engine into a Raptor 350 (warrior) frame ( less confusing) and I suggest he put a 450 engine which is smaller, lighter, and a faster engine by all means, now someone is b.s.ing about his 100hp raptor to be. I wonder what kind of Raptor engine can put out 100 hp, 3 times the stock HP rating, anything is possible but why put such an engine into a (warrior) frame. Again I say good luck, some people have wild imaginations, others have wild imaginations and can make it happen.
And I was talking about the 350 Raptor, (warrior) I wouldn't mind seeing a 450 engine in a Raptor (warrior) frame. It would turn a few heads.
first you said a 450 will kick any raptors ass.

second my 700 is 108 big bore 8 mil stroker with 14.1 piston that makes an 843 cc will make 100 horse there buddy. if you dont believe me just ask rocket factory. so dont say that a raptor cant make 3 times the power of stock. im already twice as powerful as stock now.

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Well I have to derail the thread for this reason alone:

Is that 100 horses NA?

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