1996 Warrior 350 Specsby TS JordanUpdated August 26, 2019
The Warrior 350 is a four-wheel, off-road vehicle that seats one person. If you are considering purchasing a used 1996 model of this four-wheeler, you should familiarize yourself with the specs of this vehicle to avoid surprises.
The engine in the 1996 Warrior 350 is, as its name suggests, a 348-cubic-centimeter displacement engine that utilizes air cooling in conjunction with a single overhead cam design. This is a four-stroke engine that has a bore and stroke of 3.27 inches by 2.54 inches.
The engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission with a clutch and a single reverse gear. The driveline is connected to the engine via chain.
Suspension, Brakes, Dimensions
The front suspension is double wishbone with 7.9 inches of travel. The rear is a swingarm suspension with a single shock, also with 7.9 inches of travel. The Warrior 350 is 72.4 inches long, 42.5 inches wide and 42.5 inches high. The dry weight of the vehicle is 397 pounds with a front-tire size of 22x7-10 and a rear-tire size of 22x10-9.
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