2009 YAMAHA FZ6R 2009 :: Details






2009 YAMAHA  FZ6R 2009 


Yamaha has recently launched a new model :: FZ6R 2009. At first sight it may look like an FZ6 but FZ6-R is not actually an upgrade of the FZ6.

Specifications ::

Engine  ::
Type - 600cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke, DOHC 16 valves
Bore x Stroke - 65.5mm x 44.5mm
Compression Ratio - 12.2:1
Fuel Delivery - Fuel injection
Ignition - Digital TCI
Transmission - 6-speed; multi-plate wet clutch
Final Drive - Chain

Chassis ::
 
Suspension ::
Front - Telescopic fork, 5.1-in.travel
Rear - Single shock, 5.1-in travel

Brakes ::
Front - Hydraulic disc, 298mm
Rear - Hydraulic disc, 245mm

Tires ::
Front - 120/70 ZR17M/C 58W
Rear 160/60 ZR17M/C 69W

Dimensions ::
Length 83.5 in
Width 30.3 in
Height 46.7 in
Seat Height 30.9 in
Wheelbase 56.7 in
Rake (Caster Angle) 26.0°
Trail 4.1 in
2009 YAMAHA  FZ6R 2009

The new FZ6R has a unique cylinder head, crankcase, intake and exhaust system.  The rider’s seat can be adjusted in height by nearly an inch. Available colors are Yamaha Racing Blue, Raven Black with red accents, yellow and black, and white and black. Retail prices start at $6990 for the Raven black and $7090 for the rest.


For more features visit yamaha FZ6-R official site here...





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2 comments:

  Anonymous

December 5, 2008 at 11:40 AM

so i hope Yamaha Indonesia plans to market its..

  Anonymous

March 28, 2009 at 5:13 PM

Well went out for my 1st more than 50-60 mile ride today (around 150). 1st, power is great even on highway passing haven't really had to downshift, just twist the throttle. Even though still in break-in I rode bit harder today, taking it thru higher rpms shifting thru the gears getting onto the highway and twisted the throttle few times from about 70mph to 90ish and once to 110 but pulled back and again coming from cruisers was surprised how quickly that happened as I'm not much of a 100mph+ rider, just wanted to see it. One thing after doing about 40 miles on highway at around 75-80mph (which on I95 is about what you have to do just keeping with traffic) I really need bit bigger shield as alot of wind hitting the helmet and was a strain on the neck. The seat is still pretty firm and might do the cheap thing and get sheepskin or gel pad for when I take a trip or two this summer from RI to Pittsburgh, PA. Other than those two things the positioning was very comfortable with no leg cramping, no hands going numb or any other discomforts. I think with just bit cushier seat (yeah I have a bony a$$), bigger shield and gps mount and wiring this will be a great all around bike for commuting, day riding on weekends and touring. I'm very happy so far (even though my necks bit sore, well not really sore but tired) and I can see having this bike quite a long time. To go along with the cortech saddlebags I bought a cortech tank bag today but haven't tried it out yet (want to put a good coat of wax on the tank 1st).

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