What kind of bike is the Yamaha R1?
We R1. Yamaha YZF-R1M & YZF-R1 From the launch of the first Yamaha YZF-R1 superbike to today’s MotoGP inspired machinery, it has been a master class of domination on the track and the street.
How much does a Yamaha Wewe R1 cost?
WE R1. Featuring next‑generation R‑Series styling, sophisticated electronic control, supersport braking and suspension performance and a high‑performance crossplane engine. Starting at: $26,099* Destination Charge: $430 Have a Dealer Contact Me Yamaha Factory Racing
What kind of muffler does a Yamaha R1m have?
The R1M is equipped with a muffler and heat shields manufactured primarily from lightweight titanium. The compact midship muffler also centralizes mass low in the frame and as close to the center of the machine as possible for optimal handling. A 6-speed transmission features close-ratio gearing to best match the high-revving engine.
What kind of engine does a YZF R1m have?
The new YZF-R1M features an updated 998cc inline-4-cylinder crossplane crankshaft engine, sleek new carbon fiber bodywork, and new electronic systems that include upgraded track-focused braking hardware, and a revised Öhlins® Electronic Racing Suspension system.
How does the Yamaha R1’s engine work?
The R1’s 998cc inline-four-cylinder engine features Yamaha’s exclusive crossplane crankshaft technology derived from Yamaha’s YZR-M1 MotoGP® race bike. By equalizing inertial forces at the crankshaft, the CP4 motor delivers a direct feeling of linear torque, giving the rider the ultimate connection between throttle grip and the rear wheel.
What makes the 998cc YZR-M1 so special?
Find out more The 998cc inline-four-cylinder engine features Yamaha’s exclusive crossplane crankshaft technology derived from Yamaha’s YZR-M1 MotoGP® race bike. Every aspect of this unique engine is built to thrill.
Is the Yamaha THR a third AMP?
Designed from the ground up to be the perfect amp for when you’re not playing live, the THR is at the forefront of the “Third Amp” revolution—a new concept from Yamaha aimed specifically at guitarists who are serious about their off-stage sound, and don’t always have access to an elaborate studio or stage setup.