2004 Yamaha PW50 Review

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2004 Yamaha PW50
2004 Yamaha PW50

2004 Yamaha PW50
2004 Yamaha PW50


2004 Yamaha PW50 Review

2004 Yamaha PW50

Spoil ‘Em While You Can…

Yes we suppose it does resemble a puppy, but don’t be fooled. The scrappy PW50 is also the rugged little motorcycle that’s taught thousands of riders the Code of Moto. (And thousands more to follow, maybe millions, judging by the way these inexhaustible little bikes get handed down to younger siblings and the kid next door.)

We couldn’t be prouder, really. With its full-auto transmission, 19.1-inch seat height and 82-pound dry weight, low-maintenance shaft drive, Autolube oil injection and quiet spark arrestor-equipped exhaust, the precocious PW50 is the perfect lead-in to a lifetime of two-wheeled fun.

Too bad it’s kind of hard to see those huge smiles inside the helmets, but you know they’re grinning.


 

2004 Yamaha PW50 Key Features

 

 


 

2004 Yamaha PW50 – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $1,079 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

DIMENSIONS
Length 49 in.

Height 28.1 in.

Width 22.6 in.

Weight 82 lbs.

Ground Clearance 4.1 in.

Wheelbase 33.7 in.

Seat Height 19.1 in.

ENGINE
Engine Air-cooled, case reed-inducted, 2-stroke single

Displacement 49cc

Bore x Stroke 40 x 39.2mm

Compression Ratio 6:1

Fuel System 12mm Mikuni

Fuel Capacity 0.5 gal.

Ignition CDI

DRIVETRAIN
Transmission Single-speed automatic

Final Drive Shaft

BRAKES/WHEELS/TIRES
Brakes Front: 80mm Drum
Rear: 80mm Drum

Tires Front: 2.50-10
Rear: 2.50-10

OPERATIONAL
Suspension Front: Telescopic fork; 2.4 in. travel
Rear: Dual shocks; 2.0 in. travel

OTHER
Colors Team Yamaha Blue/White


Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

 

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