|Width (in/mm)||54.5 / 1384.3|
|Height (in/mm)||73 / 1854.2|
|Wheelbase (in/mm)||75.2 / 1910.1|
What are the dimensions of a 2006 Yamaha Rhino?
Yamaha Rhino 660
|Type||660cc liquid-/oil-cooled w/fan, SOHC four-stroke; 5-valve|
|L x W x H||113.6” x 54.5” x 73.0”|
What is a 2006 Yamaha Rhino worth?
A 2006 Yamaha Rhino 660 4×4 took the second spot, with 612 customer views on KBB.com. Its wholesale value is $4,800, with a KBB trade-in value of $4,365 and an average market research price of $5,088.
How fast does a 2006 Yamaha Rhino go?
By itself…. it took my top speed (on the dash) up to 48 mph.
What size tires are on a 2006 Yamaha Rhino?
2006 Yamaha Rhino 660 Auto 4×4 Specifications
|Front Tire (Full Spec)||Maxxis 25 X 8-12 NHS|
|Rear Tire (Full Spec)||Maxxis 25 X 10-12 NHS|
|Tread Type||All Terrain|
What is high mileage for a Yamaha Rhino?
Highest mileage I have seen on a Rhino is around 11,500 km (7000 miles).
How fast does a 660 rhino go?
The Rhino 660 is as serious as a 30-06 round, as much at home in the woods as Crocodile Dundee. It can go anywhere a regular 1-man ATV can go, while carrying two people plus 400 pounds in the cargo bed. It’ll dust down a fire road at 40 mph, plow through a stream at 1 mph or clamber up a mountain too steep to hike.
How many hours will a Yamaha Rhino last?
It all depends on how it is used and maintained. 500 hours may seem like a lot compared to other Rhinos but my average speed is 16mph so 500 hours would be 8,000 miles. I have around 358 hours and 5800 miles on my ’08 Rhino and it runs great.
Why did Yamaha stop making the rhino?
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has classified the Rhino as an “emerging hazard” due to the high numbers of severe injuries and deaths, but is powerless to act until tougher standards for the newer UTV category are created.
How much does a 2006 Rhino 450 weigh?
The 2006 Yamaha Rhino 450 Auto 4×4 ATV weighs 1031 lbs which is 7.56% more than other UTV models.
How can I make my Yamaha Rhino 660 faster?
If you don’t need to go faster than 50-52mph just do the sheave. If you want more power within that speed range get a fuel programmer, then intake, exhaust tip or aftermarket exhaust. If you want to go faster you can now add the ecu module which will give you more rpms.