Yamaha Blaster

Author: E. Silva (aka Mr. Awesome Expert)

Ever been looking around for the perfect old – school off – road – riding sort of toy that you can no longer find on the seller’s market, these days? Perhaps something that can give you a feel for the good riding of the past? Well, then you might have come across this thought : Getting a 2006 ( the year in which this model was dis – continued, actually, heh h eh he heh ehheh ) Yamaha Blaster to take you to a blast from the past …. in style and fun! Here are a few things that you ought to know about the Yamaha Blaster below. So let’s begin….

First of all, I would like for you to consider the simple, mere fact that is this : The Yamaha Blaster is considered ( even still to this very day, by some true retro enthusiasts, he he he he heh ) the very best 2 – stroke ATV of all time. It was nimble, light – weight and still packed with strength and durability …. I don’t know how they did it. Honestly, the original makers of this ATV sure were full of surprises back in their day ( much more so today, with the new models that come out, he he he he heh ) .

One of the best things about this ATV, to add, was the simple fact that its parts were so darn cheap and so darn easy to find, at the end of the day ; people could literally walk into any store that sells these ( or even find an online store ) and get the replacement parts, lickety – split…. and heck, they could even find countless similar alternative parts ( in case they wanted to pay a little less and get a cheaper or by some chance could not actually find that specific part, which was rare, as I noted ) . Multiple types of alternative parts or DIY adjustments / substitutes existed, that the options were so endless. You could even make your very own type of Yamaha Blaster ( sort of your Frankenstein re – creation, as some like to call it these days, he he he he heh ) .

The specs on the Yamaha Blaster were all the same throughout its many years of manufacture ; indeed, whether you picked up an original 1994 Yamaha Blaster or perhaps a 2005 – 06 model, it remained the same, which was nice. You might also like the next fact : This ATV started out as nothing less than a concept for a sports quad, which it later became, and its very first models went public in 1988. To add, both beginners and seasoned veterans enjoyed them. Everyone seemed to like them.

This ATV later got replaced by the Yamaha Raptor. After all, it was difficult ( due to countless emerging emissions standards in the U.S., which only seemed to stricten with greater and greater measure ) to continue making the Blaster.