How much HP does a FZ6 have?

Yamaha FZ-6N

Make Model Yamaha FZ-6N
Starting Electric
Max Power 98 hp / 72 kW @ 12000 rpm
Max Torque 63.1 Nm / 6.4 kgf-m @ 10000 rpm
Clutch Wet, multiple discs, cable operated

Is FZ6 fuel injected?

The FZ6 received optimized fuel injection (FI) system mapping, redesigned fairing and windscreen, new instrument cluster with analog tachometer and digital speedometer (similar to the FZ1), new four-piston monoblock brake calipers for the front brake, alumite-finished front forks with revised damping, a three-way …

How fast is a Yamaha FZS 1000?

Top speed & performance
Max torque 78 ft-lb
Top speed 160 mph
1/4 mile acceleration 10.9 secs
Tank range 185 miles

Is the 2007 FZ6 fuel injected?

The 2007 model is a very versatile, middleweight with fuel injected R6 power and light, strong aluminum frame that gets a new swing arm, four-pot brake caliper, fairing, seat, and revised injection mapping. The bike is strongly built to do almost anything and to take you anywhere.

How much horsepower does a Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer have?

The Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer has 95.00 HP (69.3 kW) @ 11500 RPM. How fast is a Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer? The Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer top speed is 214.0 km/h (133.0 mph). How tall (seat height) is a Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer?

What kind of frame does a Yamaha FZR600 have?

The Yamaha FZR600 is a sports motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1989 and 1999. It was the successor to the FZ600 and was replaced by the YZF-600R. It had a steel Deltabox frame and swingarm, similar in appearance to the alloy Deltabox frame introduced three years earlier on the 1WG FZR400.

What’s the top speed of a Yamaha FZR 600?

Make Model Yamaha FZR 600 Braking 100 km/h / 62 mph – 0 36.88m / 121 ft Standing ¼ Mile 11.4 sec / 189.0 km/h / 117 mph Top Speed 237.1 km/h / 147 mph Reviews The FZR Archives

How many crankcases are in a Yamaha FZ6 Fazer?

– Five-point stressed-member engine mounting design consists of two crankcase mounts per side and one mount on the left side of the cylinder head for excellent strength and light weight. – Placing the engine’s crankshaft axis close to the FZ6’s roll axis aids quick handling and light, positive steering.