2010 Yamaha FZ1 motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Specifications:

Introduction

The fact is Yamaha has barely finished the 2009 FZ1 up to date with all of the that they had regarding it. So no than a year ago, we the introduction of what Yamaha to call their “ultimate brawler,” a machine powered by a liquid-cooled, inline-four; DOHC, 20 engine, pretty much the one that you’ll find on the YZF-R1 generation. Fuel has seen its way on the FZ1 ever since but the big news a year ago was the aluminum designed specially for the bike turned out a little more that we ever expected it to be.

calls this a supersport and with 150 hp at 11,000 rpm and 106.0 Nm at rpm, we won’t bother them, especially being of the blast that this can be in the hands of riders who have exceeded the ghost rider of their riding trajectory and like riding a comfortable and very powerful motorcycle can prove both efficient commuting and relaxing when with the always present of knowing that the front is touching the ground only you want it to.

The 2010 Yamaha FZ1 to perfect its reputation with throttle response in the low to mid-rpm as a result of the revised ECU mapping. should make power more linear and, the bike more predictable and Still, the FZ1 isn’t what I call a starter’s bike of its R1 genes.

History

Competition

Although not yet a model year, the Suzuki 1250S is FZ1’s fiercest That’s mainly because of the inline-four engine designed for which allows riders to get a each and every time open up the throttle regardless of the they’re in. The Suzuki’s seat is comfortable than that of the but the riding position doesn’t much from one bike to

This thing can also be when talking about protection.

I’ve come to that riders with a more serious background go for the Bandit (mostly because also offers an ABS model), those seeking pure are FZ1 buyers, but that’s certainly not a just something I noticed.

the 2010 GSX1250FA. Suzuki a much sportier approach the same biking idea and slightly away from the which has also flirted a full fairing in the past

The 2010 Z1000 is a half-fairing from turning into a opponent for the Yamaha FZ1 and Suzuki 1250S, but Kawasaki concentrates on this model into the Japanese streetfighter out there and positions the bike next to the FZ1 on the European market.

Speaking of bikes, the Ducati Multistrada can be the of those who aren’t that into performance, but definitely comfort, refinement and even the need to leave the asphalt from time to time.

Exterior

But one thing’s for sure: the Yamaha FZ1 would rather the track than get its tires and the bike’s entire bodywork it. It does look like upright R1,” meaning it appears as an aggressive two-wheeler whatever side you’re it. You get that sharp FZ1 nose, but the face is actually dominated by the big and decently-sized screen.

Nothing has redesigned for 2010, so the seat is as as ever (not necessarily an if we consider that people do hundreds of miles per day on these and the 4.75 gallons fuel is as curvey as always.

We like how the and all the blacked-out mechanical parts on the FZ1, but also the FZ6-style housing the source of all fun and excitement. is mainly because of the Raven and Red colors available for 2010 and the that these are furthermore out by the gold wheels and fork Am I wrong in saying that is the first time Yamaha offer a Blue color for the

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You just argue with the R1-based and how light the Yamaha isalthough the and Suzuki do an admirable job trying. Now Yamaha has upped the ante a recent-generation motor though, I stop thinking that has to step in with a stiff and inverted fork soon. project FZR1, maybe?

The fuel-injected motor runs so from top to bottom that it was possible to stick the Fazer in and ride it like a high-speed on the track. Chugging smoothly low-speed corners then the throttle and calling in some of 130 ponies for a jaunt on the straights keep a kid grinning big time.

The FZ1 doesn’t provide the grunt off that you get from a V-twin for example, or even from of the liter-size, multi-cylinder competition. But the builds predictably and smoothly, and 8,000 rpm, the bike pulls hard all the way to the 12,000 rpm amadirectlink

But no: Overly stiff and horrible fueling manners the bike an unpleasant handful. riding the thing smoothly was a Yet for some strange reason-Pity? Early onset Alzheimer’s?-I it as my long-term testbike. motorcyclistonline

you get with the Yamaha FZ1/FZS1000 is the 2002 R1 engine in a more but still high-spec chassis. The firm class the Yamaha 1000 as a sports motorcycle and right but it has the ability of a sports and a city motorcycle, too MCN

Price

the MSRP which starts at 2010 is the first year Yamaha sells the FZ1 for more $10 grand.


Conclusion

The Yamaha FZ1 was originally to suit the high demands of who would rather take a motorcycle across the state, but couldn’t comply with the riding position and the 2010 year is all about that, that at the level at which the industry is now situated.

Engine and

Type: 998cc liquid-cooled 4-cylinder; DOHC, 20 valves

x Stroke: 77 x 53.6mm

Compression 11.5:1

Fuel Delivery: injection

Ignition: Digital Transistor Controlled Ignition 32-bit ECU

Transmission: 6-speed clutch

Final Drive: chain

Chassis and Dimensions

Features Benefits

New for 2010:

The ECU has been revised to achieve throttle response in the low to mid-rpm

Key Features:

Our ultimate street brings 998cc of fuel-injected to the fray, in a light-and-strong aluminum

Sculpted bodywork and a comfortable position for great looks and comfort.

Adjustable suspension the FZ1 be dialed in for a wide range of from urban assault to touring.

Engine:

Compact 998cc DOHC 20-valve is tuned for tremendous mid-range and massive top-end power.

injection with computer-controlled valves provides precise mixture for superb power across the entire rev range.

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Yamaha FZ 150 N

Closed-deck cylinder block great strength while a narrow engine in spite of 77mm bores.

Narrow-angle combustion chambers produce a efficient 11.5:1 compression

Carburized connecting rods fracture split big ends a quick-revving engine with high-rpm durability.

High ceramic-composite cylinder lining friction and maximizes heat for consistent power delivery.

two-into one short-style exhaust with Exhaust Ultimate valve (EXUP®), a stainless and oxygen sensor. Delivers power throughout the FZ1’s rpm range while meeting all regulations.

Race-inspired curved with twin ring-style keeps everything cool all conditions.

Chassis/Suspension:

Aggressive geometry with Supersport 51 percent front wheel bias. Provides quick and handling.

Short 4.76-gallon tanks allows the rider to into a forward position. forward ergonomics move the into a position of great

Cast aluminum frame the engine as a stressed member. for optimal rigidity, light and superb handling.

Stressed-engine holds the engine in place six mounts, for excellent vertical and handling.

Controlled-Fill (CF) swingarm. Lightweight and tuned for handling and tire grip; great, too.

Fully 43mm inverted fork and a shock with adjustable and rebound damping. Tunable for touring or track days.

front discs squeezed by four-piston calipers up front and a 245mm rear disc up strong and consistent stopping

Removable subframe for easy and detachable passenger footpegs for more stripped-down style.

five-spoke wheels and fat radial including a 190/50-ZR17 rear, the look and serve up the traction.

Features:

Half-cowl fairing features aggressive eye-catching bike profile.

High-tech display features analog digital speedometer, dual meter with miles on function, odometer, water and lights for neutral, high low fuel and turn signalsalso a lighting feature with brightness.

Two-piece seat up great comfort.

Passenger provide passenger comfort maintaining an aggressive appearance.

O-ring-sealed drive chain longer chain life.

12V 60/55-watt multireflector headlight a sleek, profile for superb and visibility.

Standard toolkit in convenient storage compartment passenger seat.

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