Yamaha YZF-R1 — The Full Wiki

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Yamaha the YZF-R1 after redesigning the engine to offset the crankshaft, input and output shafts. compacting of the engine yielded a dividend in that the total length was now much shorter. allowed the wheelbase to be shortened which resulted in much handling and an optimized center of

The bike had a compression ratio of with a 6-speed multi-plate transmission.


An all-new for the 2007 model year was on 8 October, 2006. Key features an all-new inline four-cylinder going back to a more 4-valve per cylinder rather Yamaha’s trade mark genesis layout.

Other new features are the Yamaha Control Intake (YCC-I) variable-length intake funnel Yamaha Chip Control (YCC-T) fly-by-wire throttle slipper-type clutch. all-new Deltabox frame and swingarm, radial-mount front brake with 310 mm discs, a wider and M1 styling on the new large ram-air in the front fairing. 2008 BNG and the ability to buy limited edition plastics.


In late Yamaha announced they release an all new R1 for 2009. The new R1 takes technology from the M1 Motogp with its cross plane the first ever production to do so. Crossplane technology, puts connecting rod 90° from the next, an uneven firing interval of 180°- 90°- 180°.

The idea of this technology is to internal crankshaft torque, giving the new R1 a more linear delivery. Yamaha claims the would give the rider engines in one’, the low torque of a and the pace of an inline four. As previous incarnations of the R1 the 2009 keeps its YCC-T (Yamaha Controlled Throttle). The R1 is now rated at 182 PS @ at the crankshaft (without ram-air). [ 4 ]

advancement included on the 09 model is Throttle Control Valve which allows a rider to between 3 distinct maps on the rider’s environment. Each of operation controls YCC-T changing how the R1 reacts to driver The first mode is Standard which delivers performance for a variety of driving conditions.

The second mode is A mode will give a rider available power in the lower to RPM range. The 3rd mode is B mode, is a dial back of the previous designed to soften throttle in inclement weather and heavy D-Mode throttle control is via the rider through a forward button near the throttle.

The panel is more comprehensive previous models and the ’09/’10 YZF-R1 model now features a indicator as standard.

Overall handling of the R1 was improved several changes to frame and A new sub frame was designed for the 09 R1 which is cast in a carbon fiber This new sub frame offers a strength to weight ratio, helping keep mass to the center of gravity and subsequently the bike greater handling

The rear shock on the 09 offers speed damping as well as an to tweak preload via a screw The rear shock now connects the swing arm through different a change from previous models. Front suspension its cues from the M1 as the left handles compression damping the right controls the rebound

As an added bonus to overall and safety, this is the first Yamaha developers included an steering damper on a production R1.

The look of the R1 has changed drastically. In a by side comparison between year’s model and the 09; to the eye, the 09 much more compact and be compared to the size of the R6r. The up exhaust on the 09 seems significantly compared to previous years, due in respects to changes in emissions

The front has the same classic R1 though the air intake location and design have been on the 09 model; utilizing only lamps and using the new found space within the nose to reroute ram air tubes next to the Four color schemes been released for the 09 Model: Red/black; White/Red; Yellow/Black.

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