Top speed of now 48 mph.
Top speed was 42 mph when it hit the rev limiter. Aftermarket products will fix this, but it would have been nice for Yamaha to get this to around 50 mph from the factory. The rear differential is still permanently locked.
The Rhino has a dry weight of 1049 lbs., but even with the bone stick motor we were quite impressed. The Rhino borrows technology from Yamaha’s already proven 4×4 660 Grizzly (engine, transmission and front and rear differentials). The Rhino is great for flat cruising. Very comfortable.
Well, the stock Rhino 660 has about 23 horsepower. Basic 686 is about 35 with carburetor and exhaust.
A standard Rhino 700 turns around 26 hp at the rear wheel on the test bench. Rigid has worked hard to put together a system of matched components that work well together to give you improved torque and power while maintaining smooth bottom-end power.
Yes, eliminates the rev limiter. Top speed of now 48 mph.
The Yamaha Rhino was an off-road vehicle manufactured by the Yamaha Motor Company from 2004 to 2012. It was designed for drivers and passengers with two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.
Electronic Fuel Injection ensures peak performance in almost any condition and altitude, along with instantaneous cold starts. Tough roto-molded doors keep mud, water and dirt on the trail where they belong. New four-wheel disc brakes offer unmatched stopping power, and a new parking brake is super handy.
The factory manual says you only need to add 2.01 quarts (1.90 liters) after an oil change. Once you have replaced the filter you will need to add a total of 2.11 quarts (2.00 liters).
Long, 47.6 inches high and 45.3 inches. wide. In comparison, the Rhino is slightly larger all around: 113.5 inches.
The vehicle’s power output is 40.9 hp (as of 2010), the top speed is 70 mph (standard) and the estimated fuel economy is 14 mpg (16.8 litres/100 km).
Can a human outrun a rhino? No, not even if you are a top athlete. Rhinos run faster than any known human. Usain Bolt, for example, reached almost 44.7 km/h in a 100 meter dash at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin.
If your model is organized into layers, you can try disabling layers one by one to try and isolate the objects causing the slowdown. Also, try disabling some plug-ins under Options > Plugins then restart Rhino – see if things run better without VisualArq for example, or others if you have them.
White rhinos – which are the second largest land mammal in the world according to the World Wildlife Fund – can reach up to 30 miles per hour, and male rhinos are notorious for protecting their territory.