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What parts would make a 1996 Yamaha Waverunner 3 go faster?


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Found this link via google and it answers your question. I have just purchased a 1990 waverunner LX and was looking for the same info. A PWC mechanic did tell me 32:1 ratio. I own a Yamaha 1989 Wave runner, and the fuel to Oil ratio is 50:1. Hope this helps, i guess there is a bit of a difference between the 1990 adn 1989.

If they both are stock then they are about the same. I would rather have the yamie though their more reliable.

I would say so...but the newer bikes are made differently in like the sleves and crank shafts and what not. But in true honesty it depends on what parts you are wanting to put on it.

Stock straight off the line would prolly go 60-70 mph but if tuned it can go faster easily.

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well it depends if they are both stock or not, if they are both stock, a banshee would probably beat the 450 in top end.

If you are talking about the 1980 Yamaha Enticer, the top speed would be 55mph.

i would say a kx 100 would go about 70 mph. it could go faster though if you put aftermarket parts on it.

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I have owned both.. still have the yamaha... it's only my personal opinion, but I would go with the yamaha...

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I've never ridden a Yamaha 125 before, but if I were to give my opinion just by looking at it, I would say it is in the running of a motorcycle I would consider buying. It looks fantastic, and Yamaha is a brand that I tend to trust quite a bit.

if they are both 4 wheelers , mmmmm.... i would go with the Honda . If one's a dirt bike , the dirt bike will smoke the 4 wheeler. They may go aboout the same .

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Probably not, they are different sized frames and the mounts would be diffent.

The amount that Yamaha pays to endorse their product would be a private matter and not in the public domain.

depends on your weight. a lightweight rider can get good results from 6 gram rollers where a heavy rider would benefit from 4 gram rollers.

650 has 63mm bore and the 400 has 69mm ... don't think it would fit

A Yamaha warrrior is a good 4 wheeler mine all stock would go 59 to 65mph

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