2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE Electric Shift
Farkles: Corbin Seat, Corbin Smuggler Trunk, Motovation Sliders and Bar Ends, Grip Puppies, Movie Camera Mount. Side bags removed.
Braking: Powerful ABS - Incredible stopping power
Engine: Huge torque, smooth at all RPMS
Transmission: Electric Shift works well
Handling: Stable and predictable - No quirks
Styling: Like a FA-18 jet-fighter
Speed: Cruises rock solid at speed on interstate highways - Excellent for Sport Touring
Weaknesses: Heavyweight - 680 lbs. Hard to muscle around with no engine power.
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Recommendation: Not for beginners.
Hahntennjoch with Yamaha FJR 1300
This video is recorded in Austria, Hahntennjoch (1.884 m) on 25th Sep 2005. The length of the road is about 30 km from Elmen to Imst. Hahntennjoch is the most northerly alpenpass. Because of the variety of this road, it's a must for every biker.
Yamaha FJR 1300 with Remus exhaust (For sale)
I bought a 2006 edition of Yamaha FJR1300 with Remus 'Revolution' Exhaust system on 18 March 2011. It is a Sport-tourer motorcycle with hunger for speed combined with its far-ranging versatility. It has an electrically adjustable windscreen and unified ABS Braking System. After buying the bike, I changed several parts and accessories to it, such as, Metzler Roadtec Z6 interact tires, Ermax windshield, KNN air filter, Volt meter, Motovation body slider, Driven brand handle grip, Motovation handle balancer, Hella horn, and decals for IU unit, rims and saddlebags.
2009 Sport Touring Motorcycle Comparison Review
http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/12/5007/Motorcycle-Article/2009-Sport-Touring-Shootout-IV.aspx Motorcycle USA rides the Kawasaki Concours 14, Yamaha FJR1300, Triumph Sprint ST and BMW K1300 GT on the Oregon Coast in this Sport Touring bike shootout.