Yamaha YZF 1000 R1-SP
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Make ModelYamaha YZF 1000 R1-SP
Engine: Liquid cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 5 valves per cylinder.
Bore x Stroke: 77 X 53.6 mm
Compression Ratio: 12.1:1
Induction: Electronic fuel injection, dual throttle butterflies
Ignition / Starting: Digital CDI / electric
Max Power: 128.7kw 175hp @ 12500 rpm
Max Torque: 106,6 Nm 11 KG-M @ 10500 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 6 Speed / chain
Frame: Deltabox V aluminium
Front Suspension: 43mm Special Öhlins inverted telescopic fork w/adjustable preload, compression damping, rebound damping, 119.5mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension: Single Öhlins shock w/adjustable preload, separate high – low-speed compression damping, rebound damping, 129.5mm wheel travel
Front Brakes: 2x 320mm discs 4 piston calipers
Rear Brakes: Single 220mm disc 1 piston caliper
Front Tire. 120/70 ZR17
Rear Tire. 190/50 ZR17
Dry-Weight: 174 kg
Fuel Capacity: 18 Litres
VideoYamaha R1SP – TV Spot
Yamaha’s R1 has been tweaked and massaged for 2006 to produce a claimed 2.2kW more power at 12 500rpm. To give you an idea of the detail work this involves, the intake valve guides have been shortened by 5mm to 27.5mm.
This allows a smoother, straighter intake port and improves intake gas flow; Yamaha says it also reduces frictional losses on the valve stems but I somehow doubt the difference would be measurable.
The cam chain tensioner has been revised and the clutch boss modified for better oil flow to the clutch assembly.
Its chassis has also been nipped and tucked to move the Weight: bias one percent further forward and extend the swing-arm by 20mm; the Frame: thickness has been modified to change the Frame: rigidity balance without affecting vertical rigidity
The Front Suspension: has been modified to suit the revised Weight: bias, including a new lower triple clamp. The rear Engine: mounts have also been revised and the swing-arm pivot has been moved to optimise the effect of its increased length on the handling – but that’s not the big news.
The big news is that for the first time on a Japanese litre-class sports bike Yamaha has seen fit to build, alongside the standard model, a limited-edition “SP” (sport performance) version dripping with the special components American journalists used to call unobtanium because you just couldn’t get them in the US.
SPs are generally low-volume, homologation specials, sold to the public in just sufficient numbers to satisfy racing regulations
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