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2011 Yamaha WR250F

March 12, 2011 Leave a comment
2011 Yamaha WR250F Pictures

2011 Yamaha WR250F

It will be an interesting moment to explore the new extreme tracks in the mountain. You need a wonderful motor to do that and Yamaha will give you choice with this 2011 Yamaha WR250F. this motor is very responsive to do the rider wants. This motor is created with high tech engine system that can produce powerful speed. The engine is Engine 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 5-valve (titanium), single. This engine is very stable in all condition and consumes less fuel because of the Displacement 250 cc. the displacement has big contribution in creating powerful speed. It is also supported by good fuel supply from Fuel Delivery Keihin FCR-MX37 flat-slide w/throttle position sensor) that also make this motor is economical in fuel. The other systems are Bore and Stroke 77 x 53.6 mm, Compression Ratio 12.5:1, Lubrication Dry sump, Ignition / Starting CDI / Electric & Kick and Transmission Wide-ratio, 5-speed. The system make this motor endures from the heat. To make this motor comfortable to ride in bumping tracks, it is completed with responsive suspensions. They are Suspension (Front) Adjustable 48 mm inverted fork / 300 mm (11.8″) travel and Suspension (Rear) Adjustable link Monocross / 310 mm (12.2″) travel. The price of this motor is only $8,699 CDN.

2011 Yamaha WR250F
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Yamaha T-Max Specification

March 12, 2011 Leave a comment

this Skutik Yamaha T-Max Called T-Max, which comes with elegant design, but not until the sporti elements of a high output Yamaha scooter is great.

Skutik Yamaha T-Max

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Photographers – Bagja Pratama
Yamaha has not only scooter Yamaha Mio imut such a fenomenal motorcycle market in the country, but also gambot a scooter even has engine capacity of nearly 4-fold from Mio.

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yamaha YZF R6 motorcycle

December 19, 2010 Leave a comment
yamaha YZF R6 motorcycle
yamaha YZF R6 motorcycle
yamaha YZF R6 motorcycle
yamaha YZF R6 motorcycle
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yamaha YZF R1 motorcycle

December 19, 2010 Leave a comment
yamaha YZF R1 motorcycle
yamaha YZF R1 motorcycle
yamaha YZF R1 motorcycle
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yamaha motorcycle R1 magnificent

December 19, 2010 Leave a comment
yamaha motorcycle R1 magnificent
yamaha motorcycle R1 magnificent
yamaha motorcycle R1 magnificent
yamaha motorcycle R1 magnificent
yamaha motorcycle R1 magnificent
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girl and yamaha motorcyle R1

December 19, 2010 Leave a comment
girl and yamaha motorcyle R1
girl and yamaha motorcyle R1
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yamaha R1 subcribe

December 19, 2010 Leave a comment
yamaha R1 subcribe

It’s one of the most anticipated bikes of the year, and with all the hype that surrounds it , boosted hugely by Ben Spies’ outstanding early success in World Superbike, I couldn’t wait to ride the superbike. Feeling jaded suddenly felt very much a thing of the past!Seeing the R1 for the first time in the flesh didn’t really get my heart racing. It’s a decent looking bike for sure, but nothing exactly outstanding. Its aggressive ‘face’, build quality and general shape are all attractive, but I’m not sure whether there’s enough different about it to turn heads.Fire it up and the unique growl from its pipes is unlike anything else on the market, though it is very similar to the noise made by one of the most famous race bikes out there , Valentino Rossi’s M1 racebike. That shouldn’t be any surprise really as the R1’s ‘crossplane’ crankshaft has been inspired by the Italian’s Grand Prix machine. The uneven firing order it generates is the reason the road bike sounds very similar to his racer. But more importantly, the crank arrangement is also why the R1 delivers its power in the special and very effective way it does.

Add more revs and that acceleration becomes harder, as the effort of all four pistons combines to deliver their real meat. On this year’s R1 though, there’s already a noticeably harder edge to the delivery at low revs. Not quite as strong or explosive as a big V-twin’s, there’s still definitely a tempered version of the immediacy typical of those engines in evidence. And thanks to the civilised manners, you can get on the power earlier and not fret about it. It’s a truly superb engine that pulls with just the same useful strength in the rest of the gears. Make no mistake though, even though the motor might sound and feel lazy, it’s always capable of making some serious speed.It’s a sharp, yet friendly pick up that’s easily good enough to fire the Yamaha strongly from a standstill, even considering the very tall first gear ratio.

Along with the distinctive sound and manners, the in line four still has the same rush when you do rev it a lot harder. And when the tacho hits 10,000rpm, suddenly all the lazy, easy-going performance is replaced by a very strong charge so typical of a four cylinder. There’s a super-thrilling buzz on offer when you cane it this hard, and instantly creates a ‘god, I love this bike’ feeling. And that’s the real beauty. The R1 might now have the shortest stroke engine in the big sportsbike class, but in no way is it peaky. It’s utterly fantastic to sample at all rpm. And if you ever want or need to tame things a little, there’s a three-position power mode switch that can alter the pace at which all the potential is delivered. ‘A’ is very sharp, ‘Standard’ is how I tried it virtually all the time, and ‘B’ is softer; useful to the less experienced or in poor weather.

Just as brilliant as the engine, is the Yamaha’s chassis which seems to easily cope with all the horsepower the motor makes. Given just how potent it is, all components are expected to do a hell of a lot. But in the same, almost relaxed and highly commendable way the engine produces the goods, the chassis also lets you explore its considerable capabilities without ever generating any panic.
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