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What is the Yamaha Banshee?

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The Yamaha Banshee is an all terrain vehicle, or ATV, powered by a 347cc two-stroke twin-cylinder engine. Yamaha introduced the Banshee in 1987. It was sold in the U.S. till 2006, in Canada until 2008 and remained in production in Australia until 2012.

Officially named the YFZ350, this powerful sport ATV from Yamaha is better known as the Banshee. The twin-cylinder engine has twin exhausts and is fed by two Mikuni carburetors. The power generated by the liquid-cooled engine is transmitted to the wheels through a six-speed gearbox and a chain. The ATV features hydraulically-activated disc brakes in both the front and rear.

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