Yamaha FZ8

Monday, September 12, 2011

One motor is included in the list of special edition models 50 years of Yamaha in world championship motorcycle racing (Grand Prix) is a Yamaha FZ8. Streetfighter-style motor sport will be getting new clothes as worn motor Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies in action in the MotoGP championship at Laguna Seca and Assen series.

So what about the specs of this bike? Let us telisik deeper. Starting from the framework. FZ8 is supported with a full aluminum chassis made​​. To increase the effectiveness of the rear suspension, Yamaha uses CF aluminum material. Although the weight of the motor is lighter, yet able to provide stability even at high speed dilaju.


Looks forward and aft FZ8 emit aggressiveness, it is realized through the design with taper angles on the cover headlights and taillights and body models. Large tank of this bike makes the display look more muscular.

Affairs kitchen runway, Yamaha do not doubt the quality of performance. FZ8 carries the 4-cylinder inline engine with a capacity of 779 cc water-cooled. This machine is capable of spraying power claims of 106.2 PS at 10,000 rpm rotation and a maximum torque of 82.0 Nm at 8.000 rpm range. Exhaust emissions released through the exhaust with catalytic converter is also low because it has been standard Euro3.

Great power and mighty posture should be supported yahud suspension to be comfortable when driving. Sector shock front upright and upside-down 43mm shock Monocross behind to conquer the vibrations or shocks when crossing bumpy road. In addition the suspension is designed as possible in order to work properly when bulldoze sharp turns.


What about the braking system? YZ8 has strengthened diameter 310mm dual discs are clamped by four-piston monoblock brake calipers are placed at the front. While a single 267mm rear discs with single piston calipers from Nissin.

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