Yamaha XJ6n Review or Road test
A review on a Yamaha XJ6n we recently sold, the new owner asked me to
review it. A 2010 model with 3,000 miles on the clock. The Exhaust is from J A C Exhausts, wigwam lane, Hucknall, Nottingham 0115
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2013 Yamaha XJ6 Top Speed & Review
2013 Yamaha XJ6 Diversion Top Speed & Review
According to Yamaha the motor is tuned for "useability".
That means instead of fitting all the expensive performance gear
the motor gets the basics and is tuned for midrange comutting bike.
The inline 4 engine producing merely 78hp which I'm a bit disappointed
compare to its
close older relative Fazer 600 which produce up to 100hp but looking on the
price tag of
40kRM I'm marking this bike as the best for what you pay.
It is quite a heavy bike.,. at 210kg so it won't flick
into turns quite as fast as you might expect of a 600
However shorter riders will appreciate the seat, which is narrow at the
front as well
as being low.
Verdict: XJ6 best for comfort cruising and easy riding. Not meant for speed
& power freak!
Bike is stock and standard
Video by Rafi A
2009 Yamaha XJ6 Diversion ultimate launch film!
2009 Yamaha XJ6 Diversion ultimate launch film! Onboard, wheelies,
tracking, walk around, press conference and everything you could wish for
on this new and cool naked from Yamaha. Filmed in Sydney, Australia by Tor
Sagen and Paul Barshon. Music by: Elizaveta (Ordinary Life)
www.myspace.com/breakfastwithchopin and Backstreet Girls (Hard Attack)
Yamaha XJ6 - Going to work in paradise
Yamaha XJ6 - Going to work in paradise!
In Brazil if I take the car to work it will take me amost 3 hours to get
home, if I take my Yamaha XJ6 it will take me about 18 minutes.
Bouncing Up Genting..
Just another ride up to genting on a sportbike. Nothing wrong with the
ride. Just the fitting of the GoPro camera wasn't tighten properly. Sorry
MCN Roadtest: Yamha XJ6 Diversion
MCN has just returned from testing the new Yamaha XJ6 Diversion and naked
XJ6 in Australia.
The two new models both feature the same de-tuned inline-four engine from
the Yamaha R6.
The faired, XJ6 Diversion is smooth and easy-to-use - aimed more at
commuters and novices alike.
The naked XJ6 is a completely different animal. With the fairing removed
the XJ6 weighs 6kg less which makes it feel more manic and more agile.
To read the full test, pick up a copy of the Wednesday January 21 edition
2013 Yamaha XJ-Series: XJ6, Diversion and Diversion F [Full HD] Official video
The official movie of the new 2013 Yamaha XJ-Series.
All three models for 2013 benefit from a range of details changes.
Changes exclusively for XJ6
The XJ6 has new sidepanels, which feature a more integrated shape that
flows seamlessly into the sc
ulpted fuel tank. To complement the new sidepanels, the XJ6 is also fitted
with a newly-designed headlight cowl, to give the bike's front end and
profile a lighter look.
Changes for XJ6, Diversion and Diversion F
* Redesigned passenger grab bars
* Uprated instruments with LED backlighting
* New skin on seat cover
* Clear turn signal lenses
* Black accents on fuel tank cap
* Chain adjuster internal position indicator