Saturday, April 27, 2013

Yamaha Released FZ6R

The name is 2013 Yamaha FZ6R, it is a sports bike that does not make any earth shattering claims, just a bike that will leave you smiling after each and every ride. Add a beautiful diamond-steel frame, a sleep fairing, an R6-style exhaust and a price that makes it way more affordable than it looks, and it all adds up to the ultimate first sportbike. This bike offers features that make it easy for beginning riders to get started and fits perfectly into the less intense sport bike world with its easy to control power, light weight and low seat height. A slim compact chassis complements the fuel injected engine and its very linear throttle control. 

The engine arrive with ultra-compact, 600cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valve (4-valve cylinder head features 25mmm intake valves and 22mm exhaust valves). Special narrow intake port shape increases air velocity resulting in a more linear throttle response. This engine has been specially tuned for ease of riding with very linear power characteristics.

Besides that the FZ6R engine also used Mikuni 32mm throttle body fuel injection provides outstanding throttle response and excellent fuel economy. Group fuel injection divides the four cylinders into two groups (1 & 4 and 2 & 3) with two injections of fuel for every 720 degrees of crank rotation, one-piece cylinder and upper crankcase assembly provides superior engine and chassis rigidity as well as reducing weight, a high powered, compact 32 bit ECU controls the ignition and fuel injection processes, compact slant-block engine uses a "Tri-Axis" stacked 6-speed transmission design to create a shorter engine (front to back) which allows for optimum engine placement in the frame for a balanced weight distribution and great handling and many other.

To get more comfortable the FZ6R used high tensile tube steel frame, the main frame tubes are 31.5mm in diameter and feature a minimum of welds and bends. Rigidity around the steering head and swingarm pivot has been optimized for excellent handling and stability. The rear suspension system has been designed to provide a rising rate feeling without the additional weight of linkage arms and pivots. The shock features 7-way spring pre-load adjustability. Wheel travel is 130mm (5.1").

To stopping the FZ6R dual 298mm floating front disc brakes are squeezed by a twin piston calipers and 245mm rear disc brake with single piston caliper. Braking performance is progressive and lever feel is excellent. This bike also featured with FZ1 multi-function instrument assembly. Features include an analog tach, digital speedo, dual tripmeters, clock, fuel gauge and fuel reserve tripmeter plus a full range of warning lights.