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Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP

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Featuring a upright riding position, air-cooled engine and high braking and suspension systems, the XJR 1300 has established a reputation as one of the most enjoyable and easy to musclebikes in the large capacity

For 2002 a number of changes been made both to the and chassis which not only overall weight by a full but also give the bike a mid-section. Together with its braking and suspension performance, the XJR 1300 delivers easier higher levels of riding and improved manoeuvrability.

The XJR’s 1251 cc four-cylinder engine may be old technology — it back to the FJ1100 of the early — but it features a wide of improvements for 2002 that boost the low to mid-range torque and also make it run cleaner and

For even more low to mid-range the latest version is equipped larger carburettors which increase maximum torque to a massive 10.7kg-in (104.7Nm) at making the XJR 1300 one of the gutsiest in its class. As well as being compact than the ’01 the new BSR37 carburettors are also by substantial 1kg.

Complementing the new carburettors is a redesigned exhaust system featuring diameter header pipes. The new uses multi-stage expansion mufflers with three chambers packed with wool, and features larger diameter tail pipes enhance the XJR1300’s low to mid-range feel. The clutch has also beefed up.

To meet EU-i regulations an air system is fitted, and this CO and HC emissions by introducing fresh air the exhaust ports. The latest XJR engine is also quieter as a of the use of new camshafts with different while overall engine is improved with the use of new corrosion-resistant sidecovers and a new cylinder head

The chassis has undergone a series of changes aimed at improving the ride quality and overall

Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP

A new-shape fuel tank the same 21-Litre capacity, but a narrower rear section makes for a much smoother joint, and the sides of the seat are made slimmer for riding easier manoeuvrability and reduced

The XJR1300’s high quality systems feature flex-resistant forks with revised that are aimed at delivering a ride quality. At the rear end the Ohlins shock absorbers run with modified settings, and larger and softer bump-stop as well as modified piggyback mounting brackets.

Braking and performance are improved, and unsprung is reduced with a compact new opposed dual-piston caliper and pads. The new-design YZF-R6-type lever and brake lever are than the previous designs, and five-step adjustment.

Unsprung weight at the rear end is by fitting an RI-type ultra-lightweight three-spoke wheel, as well as a swingarm assembly and a new larger-diameter 28mm rear wheel shaft.

The XJR1300 SP version is expensive — but you get a neat job and a stepped seat to go with the rear shock.

Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP
Yamaha XJR 1300 SP

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