Let's Talk Torquey
Finesse is good, brute strength is often even better. That’s when you bust out the 660R Raptor.
Its big 660cc, liquid-cooled, five-valve SOHC engine starts laying down thick power right off idle and doesn’t let up until 9,000 rpm – the kind of instant power that gets you out of tight corners and up gnarly hills with authority.
The rest of the 660R Raptor is also built to thrive on abuse -
•New for 2005 - YFZ footpegs
•New for 2005 - Convenient parking brake
•Long-travel, adjustable suspension
•Strong yet lightweight frame
A comfortable YZ-style seat is up for aggressive riding or all-day cruising, while reverse and electric starting also conserve energy during those long days kicking trail.
The 2005 Special-Edition model adds a sportier, more menacing edge with a silver frame, dark grey bodywork with grey camo accents.
But we’re just getting warmed up here, so why don’t you visit the Features & Benefits page to get a closer look at the Raptor 660's list of incredible features.
The 660R Raptor™. The competition just became extinct.