A 660-700cc trail quad that has a narrow stance, and cannot be ridden aggressively. Said quad sits taller than a race quad, making it very top heavy in the corners, and also weighs 100+ pounds more than the average sport quad making it difficult to control in the air. Yamaha Raptor owners tend to think highly of themselves and their riding skill. They typically have stock machines, and almost always talk trash about actual race quads. Raptors are only good in a straight line, and would be no match for a 250R, 450R, etc... and do not belong on a track.
Rider 1: "Hey Brah wanna go ride at the Red Barn track?"

Rider 2:"Sure, but good luck in the corners with that Yamaha Raptor, it might tip over!"

Rider 1:"Breh it will waste your built MX 250R, It has 450cc's more than you!"
Por DBCracing 27 de noviembre de 2013

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