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Yamaha FZR600

The Yamaha is a sports motorcycle produced by between 1989 and 1999. It was the to the FZ600 and was replaced by the YZF-600R. It had a Deltabox frame and swingarm, in appearance to the alloy Deltabox introduced three years on the 1WG FZR400.

The FZR600 was discontinued in due to age of the design and the competing 600cc offerings from Yamaha: The and YZF-R6 .

The four-valve Yamaha engine was slanted forward in the This was the basis of the Genesis concept, and helped to lower the of gravity and help centralise This layout allowed the fuel tank to sit behind the low between the frame rails, and aided with lowering the of gravity.

Forward of this sat the airbox, four 32mm Mikuni carburettors, and all these assemblies covered by a plastic cover petrol tank.

Unlike the FZR models which had featured intake valves and two exhaust per cylinder, the FZR600 had a four-valve per layout, necessitated by the different gas characteristics of the 600cc engine the 750 and 1,000cc units in the FZR range. [ 2 ] models came with the valve system, mandatory for sold in California. This located in the lower exhaust helps maintain high pressure at low engine speeds, and up more at higher engine giving the motor better mid power.

Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis
Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis

The EXUP system was mainly in US and some European models to for the loss of power caused by related modifications for those Standard world market produced 91bhp (68kW), to about 76bhp (57kW) for equipped versions.

The FZR600 in production until 1999. in some markets it was superseded in by the closely related FZR600R was mechanically similar but featured an all new frame, slightly modified producing 98 BHP, and different with the now famous Foxeye In the U.S. the Foxeye FZR600 was in 1995 as the Foxeye YZF600.

The original steel framed FZR600 remained virtually throughout its production. In 1991 the FZR a single wedge shaped to ape its FZR1000 EXUP sibling, but reverted to the twin headlamp for 1993. In 1990, the rear width was increased to 4 (as opposed to the 3.5 which was stock for the ’89 In the same year the front calipers were upgraded to units (as opposed to the 2-piston on the ’89 model).

In 1991 the FZR received a different which was slightly fatter in Aside from the minor changes, the paintwork and color were the main change for new model year, including the and Hines special edition that was available for 1992.

Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis
Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis
Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis
Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis
Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis
Yamaha FZ 750 Genesis

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