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What is the top speed of a Yamaha Blaster?

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The Yamaha Blaster is designed for small- to medium-sized riders and can reach top speeds of 55 mph, according to Ken OConnor Racing. The 200-cubic centimeter Blaster uses a six-speed gearbox, a manually operated wet-plate clutch and RWD configuration for immense handling in anything from wet mud to coarse sand.

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By pushing petrol through a Mikuni 26mm carburetor to the 200cc air-cooled two-stroke motor, the Yamaha Blaster can reach its top speed with a tight compression ratio of 6.6:1. This Japanese-made ATV features an independent double wishbone front suspension and a swing-arm rear suspension, both of which are adjustable for excellent control on most terrains.

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