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Yamaha YZF-R6S

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OWNER#x2019;S MANUAL LIT-11626-17-46 5SL-28199-11.

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Yamaha has met these without reducing the performance or of operation of the motorcycle. To maintain high standards, it is important you and your Yamaha dealer pay attention to the recommended maintenance and operating instructions contained this manual.

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manual should be considered a part of this motorcycle and remain with it even if the is subsequently sold. Yamaha seeks advancements in product and quality. Therefore, while manual contains the most product information available at the of printing, there may be minor between your motorcycle and manual.

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IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION AFFIX DEALER LABEL YZF-R6S(C) OWNER#x2019;S MANUAL by Yamaha Motor Corporation, 1st edition, July 2003 All reserved. Any reprinting or unauthorized use the written permission of Yamaha Corporation, U.S.A. is expressly

Page 7: Table Of Contents

OF CONTENTS SAFETY INFORMATION. 1-1 CHECKS. 4-1 Cast wheels. Location of important labels. 1-5 check list. 4-2 Accessories and parts. 6-25 DESCRIPTION.

2-1 AND IMPORTANT Adjusting the clutch Left view. 2-1 RIDING

Page 8: Table Of Contents

7-1 Care. 7-1 Storage. 7-3 SPECIFICATIONS. 8-1 INFORMATION. 9-1 Identification numbers. 9-1 safety defects. 9-3 Motorcycle regulation. 9-4 Maintenance record. 9-5 MOTOR CORPORATION, U.S.A. AND ENDURO MOTORCYCLE LIMITED


Page 9: Safety

SAFETY INFORMATION EAU10280 WHEN MADE NECES- are the most likely SARY BY CONDI- places for motorcycle MOTORCYCLES SINGLE TIONS. to TRACK VEHICLES. THEIR #x2022; Ride where motorists can USE AND OPERATION ARE DEPEN- riding see you.

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made to this motorcycle motorists can see you. the single critical factor in the pre- not by Yamaha, or the re- The posture of the operator and or reduction of head injuries. of original equipment, may ren- is important for proper Always an approved helmet.

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Yamaha cannot should be to a minimum. 192 kg (423 lb) (CAL) all other accessories that may be

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SAFETY INFORMATION and exhaust gas #x2022; Do not park the on a GASOLINE IS HIGHLY FLAMMA- or soft ground, otherwise it may fall over. #x2022; turn the engine off when Do not park the motorcycle near

Page 13: Location Of Important

SAFETY INFORMATION EAU10381 of important labels Please the following important labels before operating this

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SAFETY INFORMATION Cleaning with alkaline or cleaner, gasoline or solvent damage windshield. Use neutral 5JW-00 WARNING Improper can cause loss of control.

owner#x2019;s manual for proper PREMIUM UNLEADED GASOLINE 3JJ-28446-A1 91 Min. Pump (R+M) 2 5PW-2415E-10.

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INFORMATION California only only California only.

16: Description, Left View

EAU10410 Left view 1. fork rebound damping adjusting screw (page 10.Engine oil drain bolt 6-11) 2. Front fork preload adjusting bolt 3-16) 11.Engine oil filter (page 6-11) 3. Fuse box 6-36) 12.Front fork damping force adjusting (page 3-16) 4.

Page 17: View

DESCRIPTION EAU10420 view 1. Luggage strap (page 3-19) 12.Rear fluid reservoir (page 2. Helmet holder (page 3. Main fuse (page 4. Battery (page 6-35) 5. Air element (page 6-18) 6. brake fluid reservoir 6-28) 7.

Page 18: Controls And

DESCRIPTION EAU10430 Controls and 1. Clutch lever (page 2. Left handlebar switches 3-9) 3. Multi-function display 3-6) 4. Main switch/steering (page 3-1) 5. Tachometer 3-5) 6. Right handlebar (page 3-9) 7. Throttle (page 6-21) 8.

Page 19: And Control Functions, Main Lock

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL EAU10460 EAU10660 To unlock the Main switch/steering lock All systems are off. The key can be removed. LOCK The steering is locked, and all systems are off.

The key can be re- moved.

20: Indicator And Warning Lights

If the warning light does not on for a few seconds, then go off, a Yamaha dealer check the cir- 1. Shift timing light cuit. 2. Coolant warning light #x201C;.

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If the fuel level circuit is defective, the following will be repeated until the is corrected: The fuel level light will flash times, then go off for 2.5 seconds. If occurs, have a Yamaha check the vehicle.

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AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS Coolant Conditions What to do temperature 39 #xB0;C Message #x201C;LO#x201D; is OK. Go ahead with riding. 103 #xB0;F) 40#x2013;116 #xB0;C is displayed.

OK. Go ahead with (104#x2013;241 #xB0;F) Stop the and allow it to idle until #xB0;C Temperature flashes.

23: Tachometer

This warning comes on or flashes light and on how to set when an electrical circuit the engine is defective. When occurs, have a Yamaha check the self- diagnosis (See page 3-6 for an explanation of the de- vice.)

Page 24: Multi-function

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS a self-diagnosis device the #x201C;SELECT#x201D; switches the dis- Multi-function a display brightness and shift play between the various and ing indicator light control odometer modes in the following F-TRIP #x2192; TRIP 1 TRIP 2 #x2192; ODO #x2192; F-TRIP Be sure to turn the key to

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Shift timing light bright- lowing in the order listed be- any error note the code number, low. and then have a dealer check This allows you to adjust Display the vehicle. the brightness of the indicator

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INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL cedure, only the settings be- To set the shift timing indicator ac- To set the shift timing indicator ac- fore the #x201C;SELECT#x201D; button was tivity function tivation pushed will be applied. 1.

27: Handlebar Switches

INSTRUMENT AND FUNCTIONS the indicator light can be set in in- 2. the #x201C;SELECT#x201D; button to con- Handlebar switches crements of 500 From firm the selected light 12000 r/min to r/min, the in- brightness level. The Left dicator light can be set in tion display will to the odom-.

Page 28: Clutch

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS ECA10050 EAU12820 Dimmer #x201C; #x201D; Clutch CAUTION: Set this switch to #x201D; for the high See page 5-1 for instruc- beam and to #x201C; for the low beam. tions prior to the engine. EAU12460 Turn switch #x201C;.

Page 29: Pedal, Brake Lever, Pedal

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL EAU12870 EAU12930 EAU12941 pedal Brake lever pedal The brake lever is at the right handlebar grip. To the front brake, pull the toward the handle- bar grip. 1. pedal 1. Brake pedal The pedal is located on the left The pedal is on the right side of of the engine and is used in com-.

30: Fuel Tank Cap,

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS EAU13210 Fuel tank cap Fuel The fuel tank cap be closed un- less the key is in the lock. In the key cannot be removed if the cap is not properly and locked. EWA11090 WARNING sure that the fuel cap is.

Page 31: Catalytic Converter

PREMIUM UNLEADED GASOLINE containing methanol is not recom- mended by Yamaha because it can The precautions must be Fuel capacity: cause damage to the system or ve- observed to prevent a hazard or 17.0 L (4.49 US (3.74 Imp.gal)

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INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 2. While holding the key in that Seats tion, lift the of the passenger seat and pull it Rider seat To install the seat To remove the rider 1. Insert the projection on the rear of back the rear of the rider as the passenger seat into the shown, remove the bolts, and pull.

Page 33: Helmet Storage Compartment

INSTRUMENT AND FUNCTIONS EAU14380 ECA11600 Helmet holders Storage CAUTION: Some helmets may the muf- fler when to the right side helmet because of their size or Be sure that your does not contact the muffler it is secured to the helmet holder.

34: Adjusting The Front Fork

AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS EAU14761 thereby soften Rebound force Adjusting the front suspension, turn the adjusting on This front fork is with spring each leg in direction (b). preload bolts, rebound damp- ing force adjusting screws and Align the appropriate groove on the ad-

Page 35: Adjusting The Shock Assembly, Specifications

INSTRUMENT AND FUNCTIONS Compression damping ECA10100 EAU15051 Adjusting the absorber CAUTION: assembly attempt to turn an adjusting shock absorber assembly is beyond the maximum or equipped a spring preload adjust- settings. ing ring and rebound and damping force adjusting

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INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL To increase the spring preload and To decrease the rebound damping in (a). To decrease the com- harden the suspension, turn and thereby soften the rebound damping force and thereby the ring in direction (a).

To de- turn the adjusting screw in di- the compression damping, turn the spring preload and thereby.

37: Luggage Strap Holders,

Yamaha#x2019;s ignition circuit Always have a Yamaha system has been designed to service the shock absorber. the in fulfilling the respon- sibility of the sidestand be- fore starting

Page 38: Ignition Circuit System

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL below and have a Yamaha re- EAU15311 Ignition circuit system pair it if it does not proper- The ignition circuit system (com- prising the switch, clutch switch and switch) has the fol- lowing

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5. Push the start Does the engine start? The switch may be defective. The motorcycle not be ridden until checked by a dealer. With the engine running: 6. Move the sidestand up.

7. the clutch lever pulled.

40: Pre-operation Checks

PRE-OPERATION EAU15591 The condition of a vehicle is the responsibility. Vital components can to deteriorate quickly and unexpectedly, if the vehicle remains unused example, as a result of exposure to the Any damage, fluid leakage or of tire air pressure could serious consequences.

Page 41: Check List

#x2022; If add recommended coolant to specified 6-14 #x2022; Check system for leakage. #x2022; operation. #x2022; If soft or have Yamaha dealer hydraulic system. #x2022; lever free play. Adjust if necessary. Front #x2022;.

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#x2022; sure that operation is #x2022; Check cable play. Throttle grip 6-32 #x2022; If necessary, Yamaha dealer adjust free play and lubricate and grip housing. #x2022; sure that operation is Control cables 6-31

Page 43: Operation And Important Points, Starting The Engine

dealer check the electrical sciousness and … within a on page 3-20. cuit. time. Always make Never ride with the 3.

Page 44: Shifting

OPERATION AND RIDING POINTS ECA11130 ECA10260 Shifting CAUTION: For maximum engine life, Even with the transmission in the engine up before starting the position, do not off. Never hard when the coast for periods of time engine is with the engine off, and do not tow the for long dis-.

Page 45: Break-in

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT POINTS 4. At the recommended shift 3. Shift the transmission into the EAU16841 Engine break-in in the following table, close position when the motorcycle is never a more important the throttle, and at the same time, is completely stopped.

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If any engine trouble should oc- may cur during the engine break-in period, immediately have a Yamaha dealer check the Never park in an area there cle. are fire such as grass or other materials.

Page 47: Periodic And Minor Repair, Periodic Owner’s Tool Kit

TRAINED AND TO PER- wrench may be necessary to FORM THESE PARTICULAR certain maintenance work VICES. NOTE: If you do not have the or experi- ence required for a job, have a Yamaha perform it for you.

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MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR WARNING Modifications approved may cause loss of perfor- excessive emissions, and render the unsafe for use. Consult a dealer before at- tempting any

Page 49: Periodic Maintenance For The Emission Control System

Check the air cut-off valve, Air induction sys- #x221A; valve, and hose for damage. Replace any damaged parts. * these items require tools, data and technical have a Yamaha dealer the service.

Page 50: General And Lubrication Chart

PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR EAU32181 maintenance and lubrication chart ODOMETER READINGS 600 mi 4000 mi mi 12000 mi 16000 mi 20000 mi ROUTINE (1000 km) (7000 km) km) (19000 km) (25000 km) (31000 km) 1 6 months 12 months.

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR INITIAL ODOMETER 600 mi 4000 mi 8000 mi 12000 mi mi 20000 mi ITEM ROUTINE km) (7000 km) (13000 km) (19000 km) km) (31000 km) 1 month 6 months 12 18 months 24 months 30 months.


Throttle grip hous- #x221A; #x221A; #x221A; 24 * if necessary. ing and cable #x2022; the throttle grip housing and * Since these items special tools, data and skills, have a Yamaha perform the service.

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MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR From 24000 mi (37000 km) or 36 repeat the maintenance intervals from 8000 mi (13000 km) or 12 EAU17630 NOTE: The air filter more frequent service if you are in unusually wet or dusty areas. brake service #x2022;.

54: Removing And Installing Cowlings And

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR EAU18711 Removing and installing and panels The cowlings and panels need to be removed to perform of the maintenance jobs described in chapter. Refer to this each time a cowling or needs to be re- moved and installed.


PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR 1. Bolt 1. Slot 1. Tab 2. Cowling B 2. EAU19460 2. Place the cowling in the Panels A and B position, and then the bolts. To remove one of the panels Remove the bolts, slide the for- Make sure the tabs at the front of.

Page 56: The Spark Plugs

Instead, a Yamaha deal- threads. er the vehicle. If a spark plug signs of electrode.

Page 57: (for California Only),

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR EAU19680 EAU19930 NOTE: (for California only) oil and oil filter If a torque wrench is not when cartridge installing a plug, a good estimate The oil level should be checked of the torque is 1/4#x2013;1/2 turn each ride.

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MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR 4. the engine oil dipstick and NOTE: it clean, insert it back the The engine oil should be between the (without screwing it in), and and maximum level marks. remove it again to check the oil

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An oil filter wrench is at a 11. Install the engine oil drain and with a torque wrench. dealer. then tighten it to the torque. 7. Apply a thin of engine oil to.

Page 60: Coolant

In to prevent clutch slip- The level must be checked off and have a Yamaha dealer (since the engine oil also on a engine since the level the vehicle.

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PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR If water has added to the coolant, have a dealer check the antifreeze of the coolant as soon as possible, the effectiveness of the coolant will be EWA10380 WARNING Never to remove the radiator 1.

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MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR 2. panel A and cowling A. 8. Remove the reservoir cov- (See 6-8.) er by removing the bolts. 3. a container under the engine to the used coolant. 4. Loosen the screw, and then disconnect the air duct.

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PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR Tightening Coolant drain bolt: 10 Nm m#xB7;kgf, 7.2 ft#xB7;lbf) 17. Pour the coolant into the reservoir to the level mark, and then the coolant reservoir cap. 18.

the coolant reservoir cover by the bolts.

Page 64: Checking The Air Element

24. Start the engine, and check CAUTION: the vehicle for leakage. If If coolant is not available, use is leaking, have a Yamaha water or soft tap water check the cooling system. Do not use hard water 25.

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MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR Do not or pull the fuel tank too much, otherwise the fuel disconnecting the fuel tank may come loose, which hose and fuel tank could cause fuel hose, mark them to that they will be in their correct positions.


If any fuel hose is dam- do not start the engine but have a dealer replace the hose, fuel may leak. Make that the fuel hoses are connected and routed, and not pinched.

67: Air Intake Duct, Adjusting The Cable Free Play, The Valve Clearance

The valve clearance changes use, resulting in improper mixture and/or engine To prevent this from the valve clearance must be by a Yamaha dealer at the intervals in the periodic maintenance and lubrication 1. Air intake duct 1.

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR EAU21750 est items close to the of the Tire air pressure (measured on Tires vehicle, and distribute the tires): To maximize the performance, evenly from side to Properly 0#x2013;90 kg (0#x2013;198 ity, and safe operation of motor- Front: adjust the for your load.

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dealer immediately and high-speed have the tire replaced. tire tread depth and rear): 1.0 mm (0.04 in)

Page 70: Wheels

Always adjust the air pres- 180/55 ZR17M/C fore each ride. If any is Manufacturer/model: sure according to the found, have a Yamaha re- MICHELIN/Pilot SPORT B conditions. AJ place the wheel.

Do not attempt.

71: Accessories And Replacement Parts, The Clutch Lever Free

(a). To decrease the clutch Since Yamaha cannot lever free play, the adjusting bolt in the quality of or parts direction (b). by other companies, Yamaha be held liable for 6-25.

72: Adjusting The Brake Pedal

(b). (0.43 in) below the of the foot- rest bracket as Periodically check the brake position and, if necessary, a Yamaha dealer ad- just it. WARNING A soft or spongy in the brake pedal can indicate the of air in the hydraulic system.

Page 73: Brake Pads

PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR fore the motorcycle. Air in EAU22270 EAU22390 the rear brake light the front and rear the hydraulic will diminish switch pads the braking performance, may The front and rear brake must be result in loss of and an acci- checked for wear at the spec- dent.

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Page 74: The Brake Fluid Level

Before riding, check the brake fluid Checking the fluid level touches the disc, have a Yamaha is the minimum level mark and replace the brake pads as a replenish if necessary. A low brake

Page 75: Changing The Brake Drive Chain Slack

Changing the brake fluid chain slack ter the brake reservoir when Have a dealer change the The drive slack should be refilling. will significantly brake at the intervals specified in checked each ride and adjusted.


PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR 3. Tighten the locknuts, and then tighten the axle nut to the specified the alignment marks on each side of the swingarm, make that both chain are in the same posi- Tightening tion for proper wheel

Page 77: Lubricating The Drive Checking And Lubricating The Cables

the drive chain as ed if necessary. If a is damaged follows. or does not smoothly, have a ECA10580 dealer check or replace it. The drive chain must be Recommended lubricant: Yamaha and Cable Lube or.

Page 78: And Lubricating The Throttle Grip And Brake And Shift Pedals

MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR EAU23131 Recommended lubricant: and lubricating the Checking and lubricating the grease (all-pur- throttle and cable brake and shift pose grease) The operation of the grip should be checked each ride. In addi- the cable should be lubricated or at the intervals specified in the periodic chart.

Page 79: Brake And Levers, Checking And Lubricating The

EWA10730 WARNING If the sidestand not move up and down smoothly, a Yamaha dealer check or it. Recommended lubricant: The operation of the and clutch Lithium-soap-based grease levers should be checked each.

Page 80: Checking The Fork, Checking The Steering

support the vehicle so that does not operate smoothly, and excessive oil leakage. there is no of it falling over. have a dealer check or re- pair it. To the operation 2. Hold the lower of the front 1.

Page 81: Checking The Bearings, Battery

Yamaha check the wheel bearings. To the battery Have a Yamaha charge the bat- tery as as possible if it seems to have Keep in mind that the tends to discharge more if the vehicle is equipped with electrical accessories.

Page 82: The Fuses

If you do not have access to a sealed-type (MF) battery The fuse box, which the fuses er, have a Yamaha for the individual circuits, is located un- your battery. To store the der panel B. (See page 1.

Page 83: Replacing A Headlight

3. Turn the key to #x201C;ON#x201D; and turn on 3. the headlight coupler. the electrical in question to check if the device 4. If the fuse immediately blows have a Yamaha dealer the electrical system. 6-37.


8. Install the panel. be adversely Thor- 9. Have a Yamaha adjust the oughly clean off any and fin- headlight beam if gerprints on the headlight bulb 1.

85: Tail/brake Light, Replacing A Signal Light Bulb, The License Plate Light

1. Remove the license plate unit If the tail/brake light not come on, by removing the screw. by the screws. have a Yamaha check it. 1. Screw 1. Screw 2. the defective bulb by 2. Remove the (together with pushing it in and it counter- the bulb) by pulling it

Page 86: Supporting The Motorcycle

MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR 3. the defective bulb by pull- a jack either under side of the Supporting the motorcycle ing it frame in front of the rear or under Since this is not equipped with a 4.

Page 87: Wheel

To remove the front the bolts. EWA10820 WARNING It is to have a Yamaha dealer the wheel. Securely support the cycle so that there is no 1. Wheel axle of it falling

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 11. While applying the brake, Tightening torque: push down hard on the Wheel axle pinch Make sure that is enough space several to check for proper 18 Nm (1.8 13 ft#xB7;lbf) between the brake before install- fork

Page 89: Rear Wheel

4. the locknut on each side of WARNING the swingarm. 5. Turn the chain slack adjust- It is to have a Yamaha ing bolts in direction (a). dealer the wheel. 6. Push the wheel and then Securely support the

Page 90: Troubleshooting

The following charts represent quick and procedures for checking these systems your- self. should your motorcycle any repair, take it to a Yamaha 1. dealer, whose skilled have 2. Slot the necessary experience, and 2.

Page 91: Troubleshooting

Remove the spark plugs and the electrodes. The engine does not Have a Yamaha dealer the vehicle. Check the battery. 4. The engine turns over The is good.

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Start the If the engine overheats again, a The coolant level Yamaha check and repair the cooling is OK. NOTE: If coolant is not available, tap can be temporarily used instead, that it is changed to the recommended as soon as possible.

Page 93: Care And Storage, Care

CARE AND STORAGE EAU26030 onto seals, gaskets, cleaning products, solvent or ets, the drive chain and thinner, fuel (gasoline), re- While the open design of a axles. Always rinse the and de- movers or inhibitors, brake reveals the attractiveness of the tech- off with water.

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CARE AND STORAGE After use ECA10790 4. To prevent corrosion, it is CAUTION: Remove dirt warm water, a mild to apply a corrosion pro- and a soft, clean sponge, spray metal, Do not use warm since it in- and then rinse with clean including and nickel-plat- creases the corrosive of the.

Page 95: Storage

d. Turn the engine over To prevent corrosion, avoid a Yamaha dealer for advice on with the starter. (This damp cellars, stables what products to use. the cylinder walls with of the presence of ammonia) e.

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CARE AND STORAGE 4. Lubricate all cables and the pivoting points of all and pedals as well as of the side- 5. Check and, if necessary, the tire air pressure, and then the motorcycle so that both of its are off the ground.

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SPECIFICATIONS Engine oil: Fuel capacity: 17.0 L (4.49 US (3.74 Imp.gal) Overall Type: Fuel reserve 2025 mm (79.7 in) YAMALUBE 4, or SAE20W40 3.5 L (0.92 US gal) Imp.gal) Overall width: fuel injection: 690 mm (27.2 in) height: Manufacturer.

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SPECIFICATIONS 2nd: Rear wheel: 37/19 DUNLOP/D208 AJ Wheel type: Loading: Cast wheel (1.556) Maximum load: Rim 4th: 192 kg (423 lb) (CAL) x MT5.50 32/24 (1.333) 193 kg lb) (U49) Front brake: (Total weight of rider, cargo and Type: 25/21

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SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Fuel level warning Ignition system: Coolant indicator light: DC. C.D.I. system: Engine trouble light: A.C. magneto Shift timing indicator Model: GT9B-4 Fuses: capacity: Main fuse: 12 V, 8.0 Ah A Headlight: Headlight fuse: type.

Page 100: Information, Identification Numbers

the key identification number, vehicle number and mod- el label in the spaces pro- vided for assistance when ordering parts from a Yamaha or for reference in case the vehi- cle is KEY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 1.

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1. label The model label is to the frame under the rider (See page 3-14.) the information on this label in the provided. This information be needed when ordering parts from a Yamaha

Page 102: Reporting Defects

If you believe that vehicle has a defect which cause a crash or could injury or …, you should inform the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) in to notifying Yamaha Motor U.S.A. If NHTSA receives complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it that a safety defect in a group of vehicles, it may order a and remedy campaign.

Page Motorcycle Noise Regulation

INFORMATION EAU26560 Motorcycle regulation TAMPERING WITH CONTROL SYSTEM PROHIBITED: law prohibits the following acts or the thereof: (1) The removal or rendering by any person other than for of maintenance, repair, or replacement of any or element of design incorporated any new ve- hicle for the purpose of noise prior to its sale or delivery to the purchaser or while it is in use or (2) the use of the vehicle such device or element of has been removed or rendered by any person.

Page 104: Record

CONSUMER INFORMATION Maintenance record Copies of orders and/or receipts for purchased and installed on your will be required to document maintenance has been completed in with the emissions warranty. The below is printed only as a that maintenance work is

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CONSUMER INFORMATION Date of Servicing dealer Remarks interval service and address 36000 mi (55000 km) or 54 40000 mi (61000 km) or 60 months.

106: U.s.a. Street And Motorcycle Limited Warranty



This excellent Y.E.S. coverage is only available to to see how comforting uninterrupted factory- owners like you, and while your Yamaha is backed protection can be. within the Limited Warranty period. So your authorized Yamaha to get all the facts.

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Yamaha Warranty expires. A special If visiting your dealer convenient, contact Yamaha your Primary ID number frame number). We#x2019;ll be to help you get the Y.E.S. coverage you

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INDEX Engine warning light. 3-5 Model 9-2 Multi-function display. 3-6 Accessories and parts..6-25 Air filter element,

6-18 Front and rear pads, Air intake duct. checking. 6-27 Neutral light. 3-2 Front fork, 3-16 Noise regulation.


INDEX Tachometer. 3-5 Tail/brake 6-39 Throttle cable play, adjusting..6-21 Throttle and cable, checking and lubricating. Tires. 6-22 Tool 6-1 Troubleshooting. 6-44 Troubleshooting

6-45 Turn signal lights. 3-2 Turn signal bulb, replacing.

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HM03E187 Size: A, B Colored Binding: Perfect binding YZF-R6S(C) Manual quantity: Saddle stitching PartsNumber: Client:YMC Printer: Paper Side stitching Contact Akiko Takahashi Binder: DIC183 6-37 Cover1 6-38 Cover2 Blank Cover3 DIC183 6-40

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