01 Yamaha raptor 660 runs at idle pops when throttled?
Check your parking brake, it will do this if your brake is set. Otherwise, check your air filter, change the spark plug, and clean the carburetors one at a time if the problem still persists.does the machine have a throttle override? I know Yamaha has them on many models. it was meant to retard the engine if the throttle sticks, or by the sounds of it, if the parking brake is left on.
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It depends on where it is leaking. The more common leaks will be fixed by replacing o-rings. The most common leak on these engines is the countershaft or sprocket seal. These are replaced by removing the sprocket and the spacer and popping the seal out. There is a small o-ring in there as well that …will cause a leak if damaged. The oil lines are sealed by o-rings replace if leaking. The oil plug can leak, replace the copper gasket. If the engine is leaking from the top end a gasket kit will be necessary. If the engine is leaking between the case halves, the engine will have to be removed and completely disassembled. (MORE)
you have to have the 2 holes that are in a line on the cam on the top center and the dot on the top gear top center and line the dot on the bottom gear up with the arrow above the gear to line the bottom gear up you have to have the clutch assembly off. just remember everything has to be top dead ce…nter (MORE)
There is a small bolt in the bottom of the oil tank that is directly in front of the exhaust pipes where they come out of the motor. I cut the top out of an old oil container to use as an offset funnel to drain the oil to the side. Remove the plug and drain all the oil out of the tank. Replace the p…lug. Remove the large plug in the underside of the engine and drain the engine. Replace the plug. Put 2 quarts in the oil fill on the oil tank and replace the fill plug. Start the engine, and let it run for 30 seconds. Shut the engine off and add 1 more quart of oil to the tank. To check the oil run the engine for 2 minutes before using the dipstick in the tank to check. ...... this guy is an idiot the raptor only holds just over 2 quarts if you put 3 in you will ruin your quad and it will puke out the dip stick. this guy needs to learn to read a manual and dont give wrong advice to people looking for help. (MORE)
Answer . it is a high performance sport quad the ranges in engine size from 90cc all the way to 700cc.
start the bike let it run for a few minutes kill the bike there is a dipstick in the oil tank that's attached to the frame in front of the motor
Sounds as if you may have either a compression or a timing problem. I would check these two areas first. Also, a new spark sometimes does wonders.
One of the ways of troubleshooting an electrical problem on a 2001Yamaha 660 raptor is by starting the engine. The other way is byswitching on the lights.?Ã¦
The engine number on a 2003 Yamaha 660 Raptor is located on theengine casing. It is found on the top and on the lower left handside.
Instead of going into the details, I will attach two links for answering how to adjust your Raptor valves. . This first link is for a service manual in case you do not have one. . http://www.scribd.com/doc/2601979/Raptor-660 . This second link describes the tools needed and the process. It has a …lot of pictures to make it much easier for a first timer. . http://www.scribd.com/doc/16946690/Yamaha-Raptor-660-Valve-Adjustment . Those should be all you need to get your valves adjusted. Look at the pictures ahead of time and clean the engine and surrounding area's prior to opening up any of your exposed area's. . Good luck (MORE)
easy to answer the 700raptor. if tuned right can get to 90mph with simple bolt ons. 700raptor is way faster than that timpsy 660
IT'S PRETTY EASY. IT'S 2 BOLTS WITH LOCK NUTS ON THE TOP OF THE CARRIER, AND 2 NUTS ON THE SIDE WHERE THE BRAKE ROTOR IS. JUST LOOSEN THESE NUTS ON THE SIDE AND THE LOCK NUTS AND BOLTS ON THE TOP. SCREW THEM IN IT TIGHTENS OR LOOSEN THEM AND IT LOOSENS THE CHAIN. SOMETIMES I KICK THE BACK TIRES TO T…HE FRONT IT HELPS IF IT'S BEEN AWHILE SINCE YOU HAVE CHANGED THE POSITION. (MORE)
A raptor 660 is about 450lbs. When the raptor 700 came out, many found it to be much faster. Not only is this due to the extra displacement of the engine (668cc to 686cc) but they used an aluminum frame instead of a steel one, reducing the weight to 398lbs. The front end on a 660 is realy light per…fect for wheeles (MORE)
I suspect that the carburetors need a good cleaning. It is not uncommon with the Yamaha, especially the quick start models, to have a reasonably good idle with gummed up carbs.
When you put your 660 Yamaha raptor in gear while idling it wants to lurch forward and chatter noice from somewhere any ideas?
It means your clutch is dragging. It sounds like the clutch friction disks are worn and its dragging and making the chattering noise
adjust your idle screw on the side of the carb its the one with the spring on it. if that doesnt help then take the carb apart and clean it to make sure theres no dirt in it.
Fuel filter clogged safety switch malfunction kill switch bad oil level monitor/ oil below level carb jets clogged spark plug fouled plug wire grounding start stop switcbad bad run relaay
I have an LRD pipe that carb was jetted for on my 2001 Raptor 660. I have seen 65-70 mph on State Hwy 360. I had to get to another part of a course and the only way that was accessible was about a half mile down the hwy. I opened her up and was keeping up with traffic @ 65 and still had a lil thrott…le. (MORE)
Stock gearing mid to upper 70's The best I can do for you is a comparison with a modified, (excerpt with site following): I am a very experienced rider who loves to go fast and ride hard. I have an addiction to speed. My Suzuki has been clocked on the long straight stretch at over 75 miles an h…our geared with 13/52's, quite a few engine mods and 107 octane "Nascar-approved" race fuel. I love the Raptor. In short this thing is Scary-Fast and will keep right with my 'Zilla' in almost all conditions including top speed and trail riding as well as the track, I think the only place the 'Zilla' would be the hands down winner is in the short course sand drag or grass drag. . http://www0.epinions.com/review/2001_Yamaha_660R_Raptor/auto-review-1F7F-1F80407-39F21220-prod1 yea my warrior 350 stocks top speed is 75 80 ill smoke that raptor dude *My completely stock Raptor 660R clocked 86 mph on the long straight stretch, the only thing I had done was I bought it at 2000ft so I had it rejetted for the 7000ft elevation in which I live! The dude with the 350, we should line up ur warrior and my 660. i will smoke u hands down ya dude who has the warrior you are a flipping idiot.... your warrior is a pile of crap. you would not stand a chance against my raptor or any raptor for that mater... and your top speed is not 80 you idiot at best your doing upper 50's lower 60's AT BEST! Gut with the warrior there is no way in hell that a 350 will beat a 660 (MORE)
Yes, look them up, yamaha.com, there are things different that they changed over the years.
the 10th number in the vin is the year of the quad. example 2764j6353249656 tenth digit is 2 so wheeler is a 2002. this goes for most yamahas
remove gas tank very easy three bolts for tank and 4 Allen screws for carbs
Most likely need to clean carbs and check fuel bulb sounds like it is starving for fuel at higher rpm's also check spark plugs and clean them
The horsepower was measured at the rear wheels on a chassis dynamometer in a 2001 edition of Dirtwheels magazine when the bike was introduced onto the scene. The dyno test resulted in 38 hp measured at the rear wheels. This translates to 44 - 45 hp measured at the crankshaft when using the usual dri…ve train efficiency of 85%. California models will produce slightly less do to emissions restrictions. CT Racing ran a California model on a chassis dynamometer and it produced 33 hp at the rear wheels. This can be seen on CT's website. After modifications were made to the California edition, the power figures were consistent with power produced by non-California models. (MORE)
I know they go at least 80 mph stock, mine does. I actually passed a friend doing 80 in his truck!
It is on top of the motor, just below the carbs. The gearing is housed on the clutch side, but the starter is bolted on the brake side.\n. \nYou can see a picture of the gear housing here: http://www.twitpic.com/9w6py \n. \nAnd you can't really see the starter bolts in this photo, but they are b…ehind the exhaust, and in a vertical position: http://www.twitpic.com/9w75v\n. \nTo remove the starter, disconnect the battery, the starter cable, then remove the two starter bolts on the brake side. You should then be able to pull the starter out. Mine was pretty well seized, so I took off the 4 bolts of the gear housing, carefully removed the gears, and softly smacked the end of the starter with a rubber mallet, which freed it. (MORE)
There is a little black box in front of the engine, with a little knob on it. Unscrew the knob and it has a dipstick on the end of it.
i have gotten my raptor to about 98 mph i have a 2005 raptor 660r limited it is piped and has been clocked at 101 mph but the bike was still winding out
your one way starter clutch is blown out. same problem happened to me and raptors are highly know to break starter clutches. just buy an extreme raptor starter clutch kit.
Put a new pipe on it, a good high flow filter with a pre filter. Run no air box lid and have it jetted (assuming it is not EFI). You could also change your gearing. If you add teeth to the front and/or put a smaller sprocket on the back you will have more top end.
The parking brake sencer is bad go to www.raptorforums.com to see how to remove it. However I'm having probs with 3/4 throttle cutting out and it's not the reverse rev limiter.
no only if the raptor stayed stock and the 400ex had full exaughst, airfilter(no airbox lid), dyno jets, 440 big bore kit, and other mods
10w40 semi synithetic 4 stroke ATV oil. motor x bike 4stroke oil 10w40 is the same only more expensive . your local bike shop should keep you right . also when you top up run the bike a min or 2 and check the level again .. im a 660 owner
\nYamaha sold the Raptor 660 from model year 2001 through 2005. They then redesigned the Raptor 660R in 2006 released it as a Raptor 700R.
Engine Type Liquid cooled, SOHC, 5-valve, 660cc, four-stroke single Bore x Stroke 100mm x 84mm Compression Ratio 9.2:1 Carburetion Dual Mikuni 33mm BSR Ignition CDI Starting System Electric Transmission 5-speed manual clutch with reverse Drive Train 2WD, chain Chassis Front Suspe…nsion Independent Double Wishbone, 9.1" travel with preload adjustment Rear Suspension Aluminum Swing Arm, 8.7" travel with rebound, compression and preload adjustment Brakes F/R Hydraulic Discs Tires F/R 21x7-10 Radial/20x10-9 Radial Dimensions L x W x H 72.0" x 43.0" x 45.0" Seat Height 33.9" Wheelbase 49.0" Ground Clearance 4.5" Fuel Capacity 11 liters Dry Weight 398 Lbs. (MORE)
Alittle over 2.6 qts get 3 qts and you should be fine! Add, let engine run, check, adjust, repeat.
Make sure the coolant drain plug is out and there a container under it. Poue soft clean water in the top of the radiator until it is all clear.
i have a new coil my raptor has a new starter and it trys to turn i have drained old gas and put new still wont start
ok This may not be the best answer but between google and taking apart the motor is the only way to access the clutch
Of course the 700 is faster than the 660 because the 700 is about 686cc and a lot of top end torque and HP and the 660 is about 600cc
you need to adjust thecarburetor it will tell how in the owners manual.Also the adjustment for the idle is a gold colored knob that sticks out on the left side of the atv(clutch side),Idle mixture screw is in the middle of the carb under the intake side of the carb(hard to get to)(venturi)side
Depends on where you ride, the numbers mean thickness and it depends on temp. Lower the first number the easyer it starts in cold temp and higher the second number the better it can stand high temps. A good 0W-40 or if you dont live in a cold place 10-50 should do a little better. I run Amsoil 0W-40…. (MORE)
I believe its 87 stock, (idling next to my car it sets off the car alarm) most aftermarket exhaust systems will put you close to 95, with some municipalities imposing noise ordinances of around 96db. Many high performance exhaust systems are over this but may include a 'silencer' insert that brings …the levels down to legal (or close to legal) limits. (MORE)
just rev it up real high in first till you think its good then shift real fast to 3rd and there you go. Whoever first worte this answer to your question is a real idiot and aparently doesnt know anything about an ATV or probably cars either! You will have to get the gears replaced,it would be best t…o look into some gears that are made by a company called ukon.They make a complete kit to replace all your troublsome gears.Its a some what expensive process but,well worth not having to deal with this problem ever again. (MORE)
First remove the compression from the shock by either propping up the rear of the bike or lifting up the rear of the bike. I tied the rear grab bar behind the seat to the ceiling. You will need to remove any skid plate for the swing arm as the shock assembly needs to go downward. You will also need …to remove the muffler to allow sufficient room to remove the upper shock mount bolt . Loosen the bolts at the top of the shock with a 19mm wrench and socket. Do the same for the lower bolt using a pair of 17mm metric wrenches. Now remove the bolt that holds the shock linkage to the swing arm with a 17 millimeter wrench and socket. This will allow the shock and linkage to drop down word through the swing arm. If the shock and linkage do not drops down, adjust the height of the seat relative to the swing arm until it can drop through. Remove the upper bold holding the shock to the frame . You will need to push and wiggle the exhaust pipe out of the way to get the bolt out. This will only work if you previously removed the muffler.Now I remove the bolt that holds the bottom of the shock to the linkage. Now you should be able to remove the shock from the bike. The top and bottom of the shock have spacers that must be retained and reused. Now simply reverse the process to install the new shock. Good Luck. The Gremlin. (MORE)
How do you remove the flywheel on Yamaha 660 raptor when wood-ruff key is sheared and engine is locked up?
Drill an appropriate sized hole in the end of the key and use a stud extractor. If that is not possible it is likely that you will simply have to cut it of and replace the flywheel
Poor upkeep try cleanig the airfilter if that doesent work try cleaning out the carburetor I have a yamaha 350 bruin I had the same problem
I would say around 2000 bucks in an okay condition 2500 in a good condition
I want to register my yamaha raptor 660 but i dont have a VIN number on my quad so how can i get one?
go to dvla and ask for new vin number , ihad the same problem , they give u new one which u need to stamp on your frame
You can buy a Yamaha Raptor 660 at a local Yamaha dealer. These bikes are also sold online at Ebay Motors and Auto Trader. You can purchase a used or new bike at any of these places.
The Yamaha Raptor 660 is a motorcycle that was made by Yamaha between 2001 and 2006. One can purchase a second-hand Yamaha Raptor 660 at a used Yamaha dealer.