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Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series

  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
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  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series | Blackout
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Competition Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Competition Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series
  • Yamaha Raptor 700R | Performance Series

Yamaha® Raptor 700

The Yamaha Raptor 700 exhaust is available as a Slip On or Full System in the Performance and Competition series.

Slip on exhausts with tuning can pick up 4 hp and 3 ft-lbs of torque.  Full exhaust systems combined with tuning and a modified intake see gains as much as 9 hp and 9 ft-lbs of torque to the rear wheels.

Originally a dual system was tested on the Raptor 700, however dual exhaust added weight and was not able to create the same amount of power as a single exhaust.

Sound levels will be 4-6 dB louder than the stock muffler at idle, but the inserts included with the Competition series, or adding the HMF Quiet Core Insert in the Performance series can decrease the sound output of the HMF exhaust.  

Yamaha Raptor 700 (2015 and up) Exhaust & Tuning Guide

Slip On Fits 
(06-21) Raptor 700R, FL, SFB, SFL

Full System Fits 
(15-21) Raptor 700R, FL, SFB, SFL

Fuel tuning is required learn more

Fuel Tuning is absolutely required when installing an HMF Exhaust on this machine. Failure to tune the engine can cause excessive damage to the exhaust system and engine, while voiding the warranty on your exhaust and possibly on your machine. (check with local dealer). See the tuning settings below for the proper fuel tuning solution on your machine.

Exhaust Systems

Yamaha® Raptor 700 ATV Accessories

Tuning

Fuel Tuning is absolutely required when installing an HMF Exhaust on this machine. Failure to tune the engine can cause excessive damage to the exhaust system and engine, while voiding the warranty on your exhaust and possibly on your machine. (check with local dealer). See the tuning settings below for the proper fuel tuning solution on your machine.

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3 Mode 4 Mode 5 Mode 6
            
4.0 3.5 2.0 3.0 3.5 4.0

Low Speed Fuel

Going down on the number scale will reduce low speed fuel. Going up on the number scale will increase low speed fuel.

Mid Range Fuel

Going down on the number scale will reduce mid range fuel. Going up on the number scale will increase mid range fuel.

High End Fuel

Going down on the number scale will reduce high end fuel. Going up on the number scale will increase high end fuel.

Green Lower Switch Point

Going down on the number scale will turn green mode on earlier. Going up on the number scale will turn green mode on later. These modes typically will not need adjusted from their base setting.

Yellow Lower Switch Point

Going down on the number scale will turn yellow mode on earlier. Going up on the number scale will turn yellow mode on later. These modes typically will not need adjusted from their base setting.

Red Lower Switch Point

Going down on the number scale will turn red mode on earlier. Going up on the number scale will turn red mode on later. These modes typically will not need adjusted from their base setting.

Optimizer Help

Click here to watch our HMF Optimizer tuning and installation video.

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