2004 Yamaha PW80 Review

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2004 Yamaha PW80
2004 Yamaha PW80

2004 Yamaha PW80
2004 Yamaha PW80

2004 Yamaha PW80 Review

2004 Yamaha PW80

Great for fun younger riders, the PW80 is powered by a 79cc, 2-stroke engine…

A smooth-shifting, 3-speed transmission with automatic clutch (designed to ease the beginner into the basics of shifting) helps make riding simpler.

Electronic CD ignition produces a hot, reliable spark and is virtually maintenance-free. Exclusive Autolube oil injection system eliminates the need to premix fuel and oil.

An adjustable, exhaust limiter allows parents or adult supervisors to increase power output as child’s skill level improves.

Class-lowest 25” seat height creates a handling-enhancing low center-of-gravity and allows most smaller riders to put both feet down for added confidence. Class-leading lightweight at 126 pounds means quick, responsive steering and greater maneuverability.


2004 Yamaha PW80 Key Features




2004 Yamaha PW80 – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $1,249 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

Length 60.6 in.

Height 34.6 in.

Width 25.2 in.

Weight 126 lbs.

Ground Clearance 7.3 in.

Wheelbase 41.5 in.

Seat Height 25.0 in.

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

Displacement 79cc

Bore x Stroke 47 x 45.6mm

Compression Ratio 6.6:1

Fuel System 15mm Mikuni

Fuel Capacity 1.3 gal.

Ignition CDI

Transmission 3-speed w/automatic clutch

Final Drive Chain

Brakes Front: 95mm Drum
Rear 110mm Drum

Tires Front: 2.50-14
Rear: 3.00-12

Suspension Front: Telescopic fork; 4.3 in. travel
Rear: Single shock; 3.7 in. travel

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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