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Race Concepts FZ - top speed run

Race Concepts (RC) tuned Yamaha FZ-16 (FZ-18) Owner - Rylan Lobo Rider - Joel Joseph Description - RC 180cc semi forged block, larger 32mm D slide race carb, 50mm cylindrical filter, RC tuned freeflow Exhaust system, RC custom grind camshaft, RC headwork etc Runs on normal pump gas, 10.5:1 compression ratio, stock gearing, stock CDI and stock weight. FZ version has no fairing and hence has more aero drag over the Fazer version. The bike in the video above is Yamaha FZ-16. Clocked 3000kms till date with the existing setup and has unmatched reliability. Engine going strong with a strong bottom and perfect tolerances. The quickest FZ built till date :)


 


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2015 new Yamaha FZ-07 (USA) features & benefits promotional video
2015 new Yamaha FZ-07 (USA) features & benefits promotional video ALL-NEW FOR 2015: YAMAHA FZ-07 Top Features The FZ-07 features an all-new 689cc liquid-cooled, in-line twin-cylinder, DOHC, 8-valve engine with fuel injection. This engine has a unique power character. It provides outstanding low- to mid-range torque with very linear throttle response, yet has as strong mid-high rpm pulling power as well. The engine develops up to 50 foot pounds of torque and is designed to maximize riding excitement in the real world. This 2-cylinder engine features Yamaha's "Crossplane Concept," 270 degree crank that provides linear torque development in response to the rider's throttle input. Among the advantages of the inline 2-cylinder engine are: (1) linear torque development, (2) smooth torque characteristics and a strong feeling of acceleration in the low to mid rpm range, (3) pulling power that extends to the mid-upper rpm range (4) a light, slim and compact design, and (5) excellent level of rider/machine communication. A new lightweight, diamond-type, backbone high tensile steel frame provides an optimized rigidity balance for light, agile handling and stability. The engine is a stressed member of the chassis, allowing a lighter, more compact main frame design. The wheelbase, seat height, fuel tank width, rake and other dimensions are all set to work with the qualities of the compact 2-cylinder engine to achieve a sporty, light and neutral handling character. A newly designed lightweight, compact, full LCD instrument panel is adopted. The panel includes a digital bar-type tachometer display with gear position indicator, digital speedometer, odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge, fuel reserve trip meter, clock, instant and average fuel consumption and a range of warning and indicator lights. Engine: The FZ-07 features an all-new 689cc liquid-cooled, in-line twin-cylinder, DOHC, 8-valve engine with fuel injection. This engine has a unique power character. It provides outstanding low to mid-range torque with very linear throttle response, yet has as strong mid-high rpm pulling power as well. The engine develops up to 50 foot pounds of torque and is designed to maximize riding excitement in the real world. This 2-cylinder engine features Yamaha's "Crossplane Concept," 270 degree crank that provides linear torque development in response to the rider's throttle input. Among the advantages of the in-line 2-cylinder engine are: (1) linear torque development, (2) smooth torque characteristics and a strong feeling of acceleration in the low to mid rpm range, (3) pulling power that extends to the mid-upper rpm range (4) a light, slim and compact design, and (5) excellent level of rider/machine communication. A new 6-speed transmission has also been adopted to match the new engine. The transmission "stacks" the input/output shafts to centralize mass and to keep the overall engine size shorter front to back which optimizes engine placement in the frame for outstanding weight balance. The new transmission brings out more of the low- to mid-speed torque and excellent response characteristics while reducing the need for frequent shifts. Electronic fuel injection system settings deliver a smooth throttle response to enhance around-town urban riding enjoyment. Chassis/Suspension: A new lightweight, diamond-type, backbone high-tensile-steel frame provides an optimized rigidity balance for light, agile handling and stability. The engine is a stressed member of the chassis, allowing a lighter, more compact main frame design. The riding position on the FZ-07 is one of the most important features, offering balance between sporty handling and excellent rider comfort, thanks to its upright riding position. The wheelbase, seat height, fuel tank width, rake and other dimensions are all set to work with the qualities of the compact 2-cylinder engine to achieve a sporty, light and neutral handling character. The front suspension is handled by a 41mm fork with 5.1 inches of travel that is tuned to provide a balance of great comfort on the streets as well as great handling on twisty roads The rear suspension features an adjustable link-type Monocross® shock that provides 5.1" of rear travel. The shock is positioned below the seat and features an almost horizontal alignment. This unique positioning contributes to make the body design more compact and optimize component. The rear suspension includes spring preload adjustment, allowing the rider to tailor the settings to match rider weight or load. Front brakes consist of dual floating, wave-style 282mm discs with 4-pot opposed piston calipers. Rear braking is handled by a 245mm wave-style rear disc. Lightweight cast-aluminum 10-spoke cast aluminum wheels. The 17" front wheel is fitted with a 120/70ZR/17 radial tire and the rear wheel sports a 180/55ZR/17 radial tire.





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Race Concept FFE on FZ16 - With DEI Wrap Kit
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All about the Yamaha Racing Kits for R15 and FZ16
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YAMAHA FZ16, Byson STUNT RIDE
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TRICITYって、ナニ?
「ナニコレ!?」な形をしたトリシティは、なぜ前2輪 なのか。LMW(リーニング・マルチ・ホイール)の特徴や ヤマハ発動機の「ひろがるモビリティ」思想について説 明します。(解説:高野和久) 「TRICITYスペシャルサイト」の情報はこちら http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/mc/scooter/tricity/special/





yamaha fz-s @ 138kmph(topspeed)
yamaha fz-s(150cc) reached a topspeed of 138kmph...





Yamaha FZ-S video review: Tech specs and test ride of the Yamaha FZ-S
We all know that the Yamaha FZ-S is one of the most popular bikes in India. Sure it may not be the fastest thing on two wheels, but it is quite a streetfighter. Not to mention that it looks really nice!





India's Fastest Street Spec Yamaha R15 - HD Video
India's Fastest Street Spec Yamaha R15 - HD Video Bike owner and builder - Joel Joseph, Race engineer WTR Ten10 Racing motogp team Team Info - http://www.motogp.com/en/news/2010/WTRTen10+Racing+announce+2011+riders This bike was previously tested and showcased in Autotrack magazine in 2009 Read about it here -- http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/pit-stop-general-biking-discussion/8960-indias- quickest-street-spec-r15-now-stands.html Test Run to showcase performance ------------------------------------------------- Intermediate Ring Road Bangalore Specs: Fully Blown Cylinder Head High Compression Custom Race Cam Custom ECU 176cc Big Bore Custom Tuned Exhaust Modified Intake System





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Race Conceps Fz 16 - 180cc - full works - street monster on a casual spin - uphill on flyover
Race Concepts (RC) - Joel Joseph tuned - Yamaha Fz-16 RC 180cc - semi forged bigbore,RC race cam, 50mm cylinderical filter, RC headwork, RC Exhaust, 32mm slide type race carb etc




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