Yamaha fz6r 0-100




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  • Yamaha FZ6R - Riding Impression. When shopping for a bargain, there are a couple different aisles you can wander down; always.

    I've been riding the FZ6R de-restricted and with an exhaust mod from day Thread: Yamaha FZ6R - Is an upgrade REALLY necessary?? .. It's no rocket ship, but in around 5 seconds isn't too shabby for a LAMS bike.

    Yamaha FZ6 Forums - International FZ6 Motorcycle Community Forum . here is a video of my very first ever km/h try on the fz6,,,its not.

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    You wouldn't guess that the chassis is relatively low-tech after spending time on the bike. The bike carries its pound weight well, feeling far more light and flickable than that number would lead you believe. An R6 has the same tranny but comes stock with a 48 rear sprocket. Where can I buy a rectifier regulator for Yamaha R15 version 2.

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Riding Impression: Yamaha FZ6R | Cycle World

    It would be appreciated if you could check the email address linked to your profile, and update it where necessary. If you can't see an email address in the "Edit Email Address Optional " section, or the one within it is incorrect, please update it with your current email address. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Having passed my R Class license, I have been pondering over what is next. Most likely a Tuono V4R. That engine is a jizz machine.

    I've been riding the FZ6R de-restricted and with an exhaust mod from day 1 basically and now that I've ridden a few other bikes I'm beginning to realise just how good an all-rounder the FZ is. Has anyone had the same dilemma. Last edited by BlackFZR; at So if you've de-restricted it, you're already on an open class bike.

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    Sounds like you don't "need" to upgrade, and if you've only been riding a year or two, I'm not surprised. The big thing you may get going to say, an R6 instead of FZ6 is higher quality brakes and suspension. You want to win but crashing is the opposite.

    It's registered as a LAMS. It's a risk worth taking I suppose. I tend not to attract too much attention on the road. R6 way to small for me and I don't want supersport bars. Tuono felt perfect to ride. Also looking at a CBR as a cheaper option which would be a much more sensible step up with only ish HP.

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    If it is the newer FZ that was sold as a LAMS bike then it is running the detuned version of a detuned version [sic] of an old R6 motor ? It's probably also got a steel frame, unlike the older FZs that had an alloy frame like the sports bikes.

    There's plenty of room for an upgrade without going for a full on sports bike. As Thro said a lot is to be gained in brakes and suspension. Whether you want to upgrade is entirely up to what you want and is legal. I've been riding long enough that I'll be able to shadow learners soon and I'm still riding a LAMS bike, and it suits me fine.

    Originally Posted by poidabike. Originally Posted by thro. Only driven gently on Sundays. Sold to best offer. First to see will buy. Reward offered for safe return. Coming soon to a cinema near you. Available for a limited time only. My waterbed broke this morning. Oh, I don't have a waterbed. This is PSB here. You need to get rid of that LAM's pos immediately and get a turbocharged, nitrous oxide injected, 2,cc bored Yamahyabusawaka that will do kmh in 0.

    Yamaha fz6r 0-100

    Seriously, I've been getting around on an ER-6n for nearly four years now. Great commuter, easy to ride, sounds nice to me etc etc exactly the same reasons you say about your FZ6R. So you can't reach kmh in first gear or power wheelie in third. But there is still fun to be had with second gear to kmh and clutch up wheelies. Last edited by thro; at If anything I would consider the switch to a KTM duke - similar power bit lower really , lighter weight, better brakes and suspension Boners come in all sizes, the only one that matters is your own.

    Kind of waiting to buy or rent a new house so my finances are a bit settled. Trying to figure out what to buy is a nice problem to have.

    R6 vs FZ6R - 0 to 60 Race!!



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