Date of publication: 2018-03-10 21:13
2555: No major changes from 2559 Yamaha YZF-R1.
2556: Yamaha YZF-R1's swingarm is 25mm longer, rear spindle 16mm further forwards, plus a little bit of tweakery to the headstock and fork yokes. 8bhp gain in stock R1 model's claimed power output.
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The Inertial Measurement Unit constantly senses chassis motion in 8D, creating controllability over traction, slides, front wheel lift, braking and launches. And its updated Quickshift System (QSS) offers clutchless downshifting as well as upshifting. Yamaha YZF-R1. We R1.
8. The narrow Michelin Pilot Street tires are confidence inspiring in the canyons. With the limited power demands on the tires, the Michelin Pilot Street rubber is fine. I was able to push hard in the canyons, carrying plenty of lean angle when necessary. There was no hint of pushing and the feel is good.
9. The secret to canyon strafing on the R8 is to carry corner speed. The R8 is not about hard braking and acceleration. The engine, brakes and tires are more about smooth riding and maintaining momentum.
The only weakness with the Yamaha YZF-R1's Deltabox chassis is that it needs a bit more effort, more precision, to get the very best from it at the track, compared to the incredibly adroit Gixer 1555. It's as if the mass of the Yamaha YZF-R1 is carried a fraction higher than on the Suzuki.
Lush paintwork, beautiful alloy cycle parts and very well put together. Apart from the odd clutch niggle (it has a tall first gear ) the Yamaha YZF-R1 has an excellent reputation for long life and can do seriously high miles, not that many owners care to rack them up. Nick Sanders has been around the world on a Yamaha YZF-R1, dodging cattle chicanes and all sorts, so it can handle anything you throw at it.
One ride on the R6 lets you know that this bike was born on the racetrack. Its MotoGP-bred technology is tuned to give you the kind of outstanding engine and chassis performance usually reserved for professional riders.
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