Yamaha ATVs

Yamaha has a long history in the powersports industry. They sold their first ATV, the 3 wheeled Tri-Moto or YT125, in the US in 1980. The YFM200, their first 4 wheeled ATV in the US, was introduced four years later.

Need to find information when repairing or servicing Yamaha ATVs? Can't find an out of print repair manual? Even if you just need something simple, like the proper path to route electrical wires, cables and hoses. You have found your free resource here.

Check the Need to Know pages if you are not familiar with the terms used, metric measurements or older bike systems like carburetor vs fuel injection or points and condensers instead of a more modern ignition system.

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Basic Yamaha ATV Reference

Easy to use charts list the most commonly searched for specifications. Includes spark plug and gap, bike weight, battery, engine oil capacity, recommended tire pressure and tire, front & rear sprocket and chain sizes.

Advanced Yamaha ATV Reference

The same easy to use chart style containing even more information for more complex repairs or service jobs. You will find tightening torques, ignition type and resistance values, carburetor or fuel injection system info, stock carburetor jet sizes, fork oil height, ignition timing info and firing order.

Other Service Data

Where to access online fiche, service data, owner's manuals and Yamaha's Factory Modification Campaign list. For those of you who do not know, "Factory Modification Campaign" is just their way of saying Recall.



History

Interested in the history and evolution of Yamaha ATVs? Check out the History of Yamaha. Includes a historical timeline and photos of noteworthy models.

Photos and More

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