1995 Yamaha Moto-4 350

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ATVs are an indispensable companion when it comes to farming, hunting, and sporting. Yamaha has a broad selection of quad bikes including the models under the Blaster series, the Grizzly, the Raptor and the Bruin among others. One old model that is still popular is the Yamaha Moto 4 350. The Yamaha Moto 4 has many desirable features and design specifications that make it ideal for working and recreation.

To identify the Yamaha Moto 4, you will need to decode the Vehicle ID Number or VIN. The VIN is a standard 17-digit vehicle identification numbering system that is unique in every vehicle. This code is usually helpful to law enforcement, vehicle manufacturers, insurance, vehicle manufacturer and owners. Learn more about ATV VINs.

The Yamaha Moto 4 VIN is found on the frame near the left footpeg when you are sited on the ATV. There are certain digit positions used for identification in this 17 code digit. The numbers help to identify the manufacturer, design, engine type and the year of make.

The code also helps to identify the country of make, the plant, and the manufacturer serial number. For easy decoding, you can feed the whole 17 digit code online on the Yamaha VIN decoder website. The decoder will give you complete vehicle details from the number.

The Yamaha Moto 4 has a four-stroke engine that includes an oil cooling system. The engine's intake, compression, power, and stroke happen concurrently with crankshaft rotations. The overhead cam design on the 350 cc engine enables easy mounting of camshaft inside the cylinders. Yamaha Moto 4 350 has an engine displacement of 21.3 cubic inches. The engine cylinders have a diameter of 3.3 inches, and the pistols travel about 2.5 inches inside the cylinders. The vehicles five-speed transmission system delivers the maximum torque to the wheels.

The Yamaha Moto 4 reaches a 45 mph top speed. It can efficiently function as a sporting utility quad. The bike is sturdy enough to pull fully loaded hay wagons at 30 mph. The vehicle responds fairly instantly to the throttle and gathers speed at a bearable but sluggish rate.

The Moto 4 features an odometer that makes it easy to maintain the vehicle reading the engine mileage. Riders get a high-to-low speed range and a 10-speed power transmission. The electric starter makes ignition a breeze. The vehicle’s engine also enables regular sparks with each stroke – something that boosts engine performance.

Yamaha Moto 4 350 is also fitted with reverse gears, making off-load maneuvers a breeze. The reverse gears also help during deceleration. No matter how old the bike gets, you can always expect a constant speed output.

According to Yamaha Moto 4 350 ATVs require 2.2 quarts of 10w40 oil. The oil can be regular or synthetic, however, it must be "wet clutch" compatible. Regular motor oils contain additives that can cause slippage in the moto 4 tranmission.