2006 yamaha banshee 350
It is brought to life by a forward-inclined two-stroke, liquid-cooled dual-cylinder Yamaha Banshee 350 twin turbo engine. It has a bore-stroke ratio of 64 x 54 mm (2.52 x 2.13 inches). The engine displacement is 347 cm3 (21.17 in3) delivered by a dual 26-mm VM26SS Mikuni carburetor with a compression ratio of 6.5:1.
The Banshee YFZ350 has a premix lubrication system and a wet-type air filtration system. The advertised power output of a stock Banshee is 34 hp/34.47 PS (25.35 kW), while its claimed maximum torque is 54 Nm (39.83 ft-lb/5.51 kgf-m).
2006 yamaha banshee 350 is one of the longest-standing, most successful, and prevalent four-wheelers in ATV history. It is a two-stroke machine with a massive power band and tons of horsepower. The quad’s simplistic design and high-pitched 350-cc power mill make its presence undeniable on the trails.
Unlike other 350-class vehicles that accommodate the newbie, the Banshee is biased towards the savvy rider who knows when and how to mesh the quad’s different parts to get the best overall riding experience.
Quad fanatics keep Banshees of all shapes and sizes – from full-faired to paddle-tire fitted to heavily customized rigs. These enthusiasts love their twin-cylinder howlers, always proud to flaunt their vintage race machines.