Are you buying to keep for a long time or less then a year? I don't have any knowledge of the 250 or 350, but I do know about motors. If you keep it, you may find it difficult to buy another, even bigger piston, when it's time for a rebuild of the 250. The 350 may have more power to start, and have a better option for more power with a exhaust, air cleaner and jetting as well as a future big bore. There's a old saying, "there's no substitute for CC's".
Hey, I was in a similar situation as you last year and was considering buying a Raptor 350. I know this is a raptor forum but I would go with the Honda TRX400 X/EX. It has more power and less issues than the Raptor 350 at about the same price. I got a 400 X and I couldn't be happier.
Hi I washed my raptor now there is no power going to it at all. The battery is working fine but when you turn the key the lights don’t come on neither does the green neural light. This also means the the quads electric start will not work.
Could someone help me out?
Ok raptor 250 fans. The Yamaha service manual shows an O-ring between the cylinder and crankcase on the oil port but the Yamaha parts breakdown does not show this. My gasket kit has everything but no O-ring that would fit this recess. Is there supposed to be one there or not and if so what is...
I noticed on the torque spec sheet there shows a o ring between the crank case and cylinder. But when I order parts off of Moto.com their diagram doesn’t show it. So my question is do I need that or not?