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The FJR1300 was introduced to in 2001, [ 3 ] before arriving in America in 2002, with the model year designation, and in a non-ABS version only. The model garnered several in the Sport Touring category various magazines. [ 4 ] [ 5 ]

The 2004 American models included a non-ABS version with blue anodized brake and a new ABS version. Other refinements an upgrade to the suspension rates, front brake discs 298mm), and a fairing pocket for items.

The 2005, North model year remained unchanged with a non-ABS and ABS

In 2006, the U.S. and rest of the model years synchronized the introduction of what has become as the ‘Gen-II’ version of the machine. [ 6 ] The changes included significant arm changes, revised final ratio, a curved radiator a larger surface area, changes, an upgraded alternator and attention to airflow changes to with reported heat in previous years. Yamaha adjustable vents to the FJR1300, the rider to direct air closer to or from the body. Starting the 2006 models Anti-Lock (ABS) and a linked braking Yamaha calls ‘Unified System’ (UBS) became

Also, the FJR1300AS model in U.S.A. and Canada) was introduced had a semi-automatic transmission. The AE variant was for 2010, although the AS model to be sold in markets outside of the USA and

For 2007, some very changes were made to the ECU to with potential issues to altitude changes under circumstances. In 2008 changes made to throttle ‘feel’, to low speed on/off throttle As well Yamaha changed for the ABS system.

Further refinements in the control were introduced the 2009 model.

For 2012 [ 7 ] the optional heated hand became standard.

For 2013 [ 8 ] the FJR1300 received a number of updates, becoming the version. Bodywork is all new on the front of the bike for better airflow and heat management, and a new faster-acting mechanism was introduced. Front signal/position lights are now LEDs and are LED accent lights around the and there is now one horn instead of two on years.

The dash is also and now includes three user-customizable pages that allow the to select what information is on each page, from the list: Odometer, Trip 1, 2, Coolant Temperature, Air Temperature, (to empty), Average MPG, MPG, Timer 1. There are two timers and two other distance for tracking maintenance intervals can be reset, but not displayed on the information

Mechanically, the engine now has plated-on than pressed in) cylinder for better heat dissipation. The ECU is new and now Yamaha Chip Controlled (YCCT) system, which is a system. The implementation on the FJR1300 ‘D-Mode’, which incorporates two modes, ‘Sport’ and ‘Touring’, the difference being smoothness of response.

In addition to that, the new ECU incorporates as features an integrated Traction System (TCS) which can be and Cruise Control.

In addition to new for D-Mode and cruise control, controls are different. The rocker formerly controlled the windshield now controls the heated grips and page is displayed on the information which function the rocker is controlled by a trigger switch the left forefinger. The stop/run is now stop/run/start with the last being momentary; the hazard button is where the starter is typically located.

A similar switch for headlight control high/low/flash controls.

Design [ ]

Engine [ edit ]

The FJR1300 has a (79.2cuin) transverse -mounted engine with four per cylinder.

Transmission [ edit ]

The uses a five-speed manual with close ratio Final drive is via shaft. within the swingarm. which has suspension with remote two position adjustable pre-load.

The FJR1300AE/AS model features an clutch, which Yamaha YCC-S. There is no clutch on this model. Instead, the system allows the rider to using a set of manually operated buttons on the left handlebar or via the gear shift lever.

The clutch is controlled by an internal allowing gear shifts to in approximately 0.2 seconds. The gearbox is also unconventional in that is at the bottom end of the range, otherwise the is identical to the A model. The ECU automatically the electronic clutch and ignition to ensure smooth gear and will actuate the clutch at

Stalling the engine is not normally

Chassis [ edit ]

The frame of the is a twin spar design from aluminum alloy ; the is a fully stressed member.

system [ edit ]

The FJR1300 a standard 12 volt, negative electrical system. The 2006 and models feature a fused, cigarette-lighter style accessory in the left central locking The 2003 U.S. model not have a glovebox or electrical while model years and 2005 have glove they do not include the electrical

As well, 2006 and later have larger alternators and so can more electrical accessories their predecessors.

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The FJR1300 has an electrically windshield controlled by a rocker on the handlebars. In Gen I and Gen II models, by default the returns to its lowest position the key is off, however some choose to disable the ‘return’ In the Gen III model the windshield maintains its until changed with the switch, even when the is turned off.

A number of new were added beginning the 2006 model year, a rider-adjustable airflow system.

All AE/AS models (and A models, depending on year and feature standard integrated handlebar grips with sensitive adjustment (available as an OEM kit for models not so equipped by the factory). The are position adjustable, with 3 and the seat is adjustable to high or with about an inch the two.

Locking side panniers are as standard in most markets and markets include cloth which can be used a carry-all for the of the cases. Each case take a full face Factory options include protectors, hand guards, protectors, larger wind and a color-coordinated top box to name but a few.

riders equip their with a servo-operated cruise system. There are several supplying the market.

Police [ edit ]

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