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The new FZR SVHO is the upgraded version of the race-proven platform that
Yamaha introduced several years ago. What makes this model tick is the new
SVHO engine, the next generation of the reliable 1.8L supercharged marine
watercraft power package. In addition to the new power, Yamaha has redone
the graphics and color scheme, added a new jet pump unit, ride plate and
sponsons. This is the exact machine that the race team drives.
Yamaha FZR 250,400,750 Genesis
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1987 yamaha FZR Genesis Versiones 250 400 750
1994 YAMAHA FZR 1000
Your looking at a posting of a very rare 1994 YAMAHA FZR 1000 cc motorcycle
in Black Metallic with stock original graphics. Video taken March 29, 2012.
For its age its in excellent condition. Well maintained and strong as ever.
Still as strong as it was when it was brand new. Can still keep up with the
new bikes and has been very trouble free. A true gem of a bike.
It boast 145 hp. Its a 4 cylinder boasting 5 valves per cyclinder( 3
intake, 2 Exhaust), for a total of 20
valves total ( 3 intake, 2 Exhaust).
Uses the original EXUP Exhaust system
that monitors efficiency and helps with power efficiency where its needed
thru the Exhaust system. It was the
fastest bike, time trial and overall speed for its year. States that its
overall top speed is 174 mph. Its carburated and not fuel injected and its
been kept exactly stock as it came out of the showroom. Its a short frame
aluminum chassis, with a large 1000 cc motor.
About 1994 Yamaha FZR 1000 Motorcycle:
Engine and Transmission
Displacement: 1002.00 ccm (61.20 cubic inches)
Engine type: in-line four
Power: 145.00 HP (105.8 KW) @ 10000 RPM
Valves per cylinder: 5
Dry weight: 214.0 kg (471.8 pounds)
Seat height: 775mm (30.5 inches)
Chassis and dimensions
Front brakes: Dual disc
Rear brakes: Single disc
Speed and acceleration
Power/weight ratio: 0.6776 HP/kg
Acceleration (0-60): 2.9 seconds
Top speed: 174 mph (280.025 kph)
This was a review article from back then, enjoy:
1994 Yamaha FZR1000
The FZR1000 is a very well-balanced bike with massive amounts of power. The
chassis is perfectly capable of maintaining its composure under the stress
of a motor at full throttle, and this makes the ride and the feel of the
bike more enjoyable.
One of my favorite things about this machine is its extreme light weight
and maneuverability. Due to its layout with 45 degree angled cylinders and
relatively low seat height it feels lighter than a brand new R1, although
it's about 50 pounds heavier. The bike is very easy to handle around town
and it has a very satisfying acceleration.
When you ride the FZR1000 you feel like you are a part of the machine and
the ride is more enjoyable. On the modern sport bikes you are perched on
top of the bike and the ride is not so comfortable.
But what goes fast, needs to stop fast and the FZR1000 has no problem with
powerful braking. The bike's solid and reliable braking system will do the
job for you every single time.
The bike's powerful engine really starts to scream when you hit 7000 RPM
and no moving object on the road will leave you behind at full throttle.
The 20-valve inline four built by Yamaha is one of the most reliable power
plants ever constructed so you will ride the bike with no worry.
The people that own these motorcycles take very good care of them so it
wouldn't be hard for you to find a bike that looks great and rides
smoothly. If the owner has the full service history of the bike and you are
satisfied with the miles, than you should really consider buying it. Also
make sure that the tires are in good shape because they aren't so durable
on sport bikes and they don't come cheap.
Yamaha's FZR1000 was considered the Best Street bike in the 90's. It was
the bike to own in those days: very fast, beautiful and handled like no
2014 Yamaha FZR Walk Through with Yamaha Product Manager Scott Watkins
Yamaha Product Manager Scott Watkins walks through the all new 2014 Yamaha
FZR with Yamaha's brand new Super Vortex High Output, or SVHO, engine.
This engine powers the FZR right out of the box to new levels of
performance that had previously only been seen on the closed course race
2015 Yamaha FX SVHO Series WaveRunners
Yamaha has matched the most powerful WaveRunner engine in history with
RiDE, the world’s first dual throttle handlebar control system, and a new
generation NanoXcel2 hull to create the ultimate personal watercraft.
Exclusive upgrades include a new electric trim system, Command Link for
easy access to onboard instrumentation, Cruise Assist/No Wake Mode for
consistent engine RPM levels and the largest reboarding platform in the
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