The Yamaha Blaster all-terrain vehicle comes in two models: the Nigrescent Metallic and Stardust Silver Special Edition and the pattern pattern in Side Yamaha Unhappy or a Silver/Fair gloss scheme. Ground clearance, nevertheless, is tight for an ATV at 4.7 inches.
Suspension and BrakesThe 2006 Blaster is equipped with independent banal wishbone suspension with 7.1 inches of hop in the front and back. The front shock absorbers point a five-way preload habituation process to accomodate changes in weight and terrain.
A 26 mm Mikuni carburettor delivers fuel from a 2.4-gallon receptacle. The transmission is a six-speed guide.
The 324-lbs. Blaster replica is placed on a 43.3-inch wheelbase and is 68.3 inches lenghty. It sits relatively giant at 29.1 inches. Yamaha offers a six-month warranty on its Blasters.
EngineThe 2006 Yamaha Blaster features an air-cooled 195 cc engine with a modest 6.6:1 compression ratio and kick-start ignition step.
The rear suspension is a rear swing arm system. Dual hydraulic disc brakes are in the front, and a single hydraulic disc brake is in the rear.
The ATV has a deep-padded seat, serrated footboards and multi-reflector headlamps. The Special Edition has black and flame graphics.