Yamaha r6

yamaha r6

What is the Yamaha R6 all about?

Creating opportunities for them is what Yamaha is all about. The Yamaha YZF-R6 is based on years of race-winning engineering, forged from countless Championship races. From cutting edge design to revolutionary technology, the iconic R6 is known for being light, agile, fast, and the #1 choice for 600cc supersport racers around the globe.

What is the redline on a Yamaha YZF R6?

The Yamaha YZF-R6 loves to rev – a 15,500 rpm redline was high for the time. As with a two-stroke you need to be heavy on the revs and clutch at low rpm to get going. Hit 6000rpm and the R6 wakes up, driving strongly as long as you are hard on the gasbefore the next kick in power at 10,000rpm where it really takes...

What is D-mode on a Yamaha R6?

The YZF-R6 features Yamaha’s D-Mode system, allowing the rider to choose the optimum engine character for their riding situation and preferences. The rider can choose from three throttle valve control maps (Standard Mode, “A” Mode, and “B” Mode) for different throttle response characteristics at the push of a button.

Whats new on the Yamaha R6 for 2020?

New for 2020, the Yamaha R6 will be available in an M1-aping Icon Blue or stealthy Midnight Black. Single rear shock fully adjustable. 2 x 320mm discs with four-piston radial caliper.

Is the Yamaha R6 a good sport bike?

The Yamaha R6 is one of the best sportbikes ever made... as long as you dont plan on using it for your daily commute. One of the greatest sport bikes ever made is actually a 600 middleweight, a staple on every track day and easily one of the least comfortable motorcycles money can buy; the Yamaha R6.

What kind of engine does a YZF R6 have?

Yamaha YZF-R6; Manufacturer: Yamaha Motor Company: Also called: Yamaha R6: Production: 1999-2020: Class: Sport bike: Engine: 600 cc (37 cu in) transverse inline four: Related: Yamaha YZF-R1

What is the redline of the Yamaha R6?

Yamaha claimed the R6 had a redline of 17,500 rpm in all their promotional blurbs. A massive 17,500 rpm! Higher than any consumer motorcycle at the time, and higher than most in memory (the four-cylinder 250cc bikes not having been sold for a while, and for even longer in the US).

Why was the Yamaha R6 discontinued?

After 2020, Yamaha decided to retire the YZF-R6 from street use. and was discontinued globally. Tighter EURO5 emissions and a dwindling market for 600cc supersport bikes meant Yamaha didn’t want to make the investments necessary to keep the R6 street legal.

What is D-mode on a Yamaha R6?

The YZF-R6 features Yamaha’s D-Mode system, allowing the rider to choose the optimum engine character for their riding situation and preferences. The rider can choose from three throttle valve control maps (Standard Mode, “A” Mode, and “B” Mode) for different throttle response characteristics at the push of a button.

What is D-mode on a Yamaha FZ-09?

[The FZ-09 is equipped with Yamaha D-MODE (or Drive Mode), which is a variable throttle control system that lets the rider choose the optimum engine characteristics for his/her riding situation. Three different throttle-valve control maps (STD Mode, A Mode, and B Mode) can be chosen at will by the rider.

How does the TCS work on the Yamaha R6?

On the R6, the TCS is designed to intervene extremely smoothly, for minimal disruption to forward drive, with six modes (plus off) to suit various road conditions and rider preferences. The YZF-R6 features Yamaha’s D-Mode system, allowing the rider to choose the optimum engine character for their riding situation and preferences.

What kind of brakes does the Yamaha R6 have?

A lightweight rear caliper supports the front system, and ABS is standard for enhanced braking on imperfect road surfaces. The YZF-R6 presents a sleek profile that expresses the next generation of Yamaha R-series styling.

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