I'll take a closer look to see. I don't really care who builds it really....buy it's still nice to know.Awesome. I was under the impression that AEON was making Yamaha’s youth machines. E-Ton was making them back in ‘12 or ‘13 but I heard they went out of business. Too bad. My son’s Raptor 90 by E-Tom would scream. I paced him at 28MPH before I promptly turned it down a bit. If it’s an AEON, it will say so on the motor someplace. AEON also manufactures youth machines for Polaris and both my kids machines have AEON on the motor. They also have kick start. Does yours? We went with the PoPo only because their youth machines have headlights and my son’s 90 has reverse, which he wanted. The daughter’s 50 does not.
That 110 came out not long after we got my son his Sportsman 90. He’s 100lbs now so I figure I’ll just have to get him something larger like a recon for his next machine. But that 90 will still scoot pretty well.My kids Atv is 2016 Polaris Sportsman 110 fuel injected.
It’s an AEON made motor ( maybe more)
Runs like a top and hauls my 195lbs butt quite nicely.
With my 9 year old 75 lbs kid, it’s rips.
I have the throttle adjusted in the free play to make it easier on the thumb, in doing so, it only gives him 2/3 throttle. He doesn’t know. Ha.
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Absolutely. However, the dads are the wrench turners. lol. I have had my kids helping me with that for annual maintenance. Surprisingly, my 6 year old daughter is more into the maintenance aspect than my 9 year old son is.Your all good dads, and the kids could care less who makes what.