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Yamaha FJ 1200



Yamaha Company Ltd. released the to the FJ1200, the FJ1100 . in 1984 . The was popular, and competed well others in the sport-touring class of This class is characterised by sportiness while integrating street-friendly riding characteristics, good manoeuvrability as well as distance comfort, such as a upright seating configuration to reduce back strain and a fairing to reduce fatigue wind resistance. Emphasis is on a balance of utility and sport, than pure performance The machine was noticeably narrower many contemporaries, Yamaha this by placing the Alternator the cylinders instead of the more position on the end of the Crankshaft . [1]


In 1986, the decision was by Yamaha to boost the performance of the by increasing cubic capacity and upgraded suspension and other The result was the FJ1200. Produced in main successive versions 3CV and 3XW) each updated benefited from improvements to front and rear suspension and the addition of an optional ABS-equipped (FJ1200A) from 1991 1996 . when Yamaha the FJ1200 in the United Kingdom . The was discontinued in the United States in . Market competitors during its years included the BMW K100 . 1100 Suzuki Katana and Ninja ZX-10 . [2]



The FJ1200 a four Cylinder (engine) layout and is air cooled. Sixteen are operated by a chain driven overhead camshaft . valve are adjusted using shims. The constant velocity Carburetor are in a bank behind the cylinders and each cylinder through intake Manifold (automotive . Four exhaust downpipes a box below the engine where the are split to exit through two

The crankshaft is geared directly to the . no Balance shaft is used. is by electric starter only. is wet sump using a Gerotor an oil radiator assists with [3] Both the FJ1100 and FJ1200 fitted with an additional vapour recovery system to with California emission [4]


The FJ1200 uses a speed sequential Close-ratio Manual transmission . the gear are only removable by splitting the The clutch is of the wet, multiple-disc spring type and is hydraulically Final drive is by O-ring and Sprocket . A safety feature of the is that the engine ignition is cut if gear is selected with the down, this is commonplace on motorcycles. [5]

Yamaha FJ 1200


The Frame of the is manufactured from Steel and uses a perimeter layout, the and upper rear section use cylindrical tubing sub-frames. The Shock absorber is placed behind the engine and connects to an Aluminium alloy Swinging arm via forged aluminium rocker

The 17 front wheel is held 41mm spring and oil damped fork . The FJ1100 and early models featured adjustable units and a smaller Diameter 16 The FJ1100 and early FJ1200 twin ventilated Disc for the front wheel with a ventilated disc at the rear. models, 3CV 3XW, used front discs but retained the ventilated disc, front calipers were upgraded to a piston design.

An Anti-lock braking system was on the FJ1200A. A full fairing the rider, varying height were available as options. [6]


The FJ1200 features a 12 Volt electrical system. The and starter motor are mounted the cylinders. Yamaha’s self indicator unit is used and a resistance Level sensor is to monitor engine oil contents associated warning lights.

A fuel gauge is provided as is a low warning light. Denso discharge ignition is used in with two Ignition coil . The fuel reserve system in later models is unusual in when the fuel level approximately 5 litres remaining is cut to two cylinders giving the impression the vehicle is running out of fuel, a switch mounted in the fairing the cut cylinders allowing the rider to normally. [7] [8]

Yamaha FJ 1200
Yamaha FJ 1200
Yamaha FJ 1200
Yamaha FJ 1200
Yamaha FJ 1200
Yamaha FJ 1200

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