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2014 Viking Specs

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As it's becoming a very common question on the forum, here are the specs on the Viking -- enjoy!

2014 Viking FI 4x4 (NON-EPS)

$12,249 (Realtree® AP™ HD)
$11,699 (Red w/Suntop)
$11,699 (Hunter Green w/Suntop) (*avail this month)
$11,499 (Steel Blue) (*avail this month)

Type: 686cc liquid-cooled w/fan, 4-stroke; SOHC, 4 valves
Compression Ratio: 10.0:1
Fuel Delivery: Yamaha Fuel Injection / YFI
Electric Starting System
Ignition: TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition
Transmission: Yamaha Ultramatic V-belt with all-wheel engine braking; L, H, N, R
Bore x Stroke: 102.0 x 84.0mm
Drive Train Yamaha On-Command
3-way locking differential; 2WD, 4WD, locked 4WD; shaft drive

Suspension / Rear: Independent double wishbone; 8.1-in travel
Suspension / Front: Independent double wishbone; 8.1-in travel
Brakes / Rear: Dual hydraulic disc
Brakes / Front: Dual hydraulic disc
Tires / Rear: AT25 x 10-12
Tires / Front: AT25 x 8-12

L x W x H: 122.0 x 61.8 x 74.1 in
Wheelbase: 84.1 in
Turning Radius: 177.56 in
Towing Capacity: 1500 lb / 680 kg
Ground Clearance: 11.8 in
Fuel Capacity: 9.7 gal
Wet Weight: 1342 lb / 608 kg
Bed Capacity: 600 lb / 272 kg

Everything else:

Instrumentation: multifunction LCD display with speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeter hour meter, 4WD status, transmission position, clock and fuel gauge
Lighting: None
Warranty: 6 Month Limited Warranty from the Factory
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I think the biggest thing people would want to know, would be the HP numbers of an engine, CanAm and Polaris are happy to tell ya, Yamaha, not so much. I love telling people that My Outlander 800 has 71HP!!!
My COO (Certificate of Origin) from Yamaha says 47 hp. Which is very conservative.
Ya if its 47hp then it dont have any more power than the grizzly 700. So I cant imagine thats right. It should be 55 or so.
Im sure it does. Its not just about HP. Its in the clutching, and diff ratios as well.. I was told its a bit over 50 hp
Right clutching makes a huge difference. Imo they could use some clutching from the aftermarket.
Yep epi is a big company. Sell tons of Polaris kits. Its not on there website yet. I looked last week.
In that link above with cali hp numbers, isnt the Power numbers diffrent in California due to epa stuff? Or am i wrong?
It is possible those numbers are low. 60 hp and nice FAT torque curve should not be too difficult to hit with bolt ons and a cam.

I will be building a wide ratio CVT assembly.
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