2021 Yamaha YZF-R1 : CRAFTED FOR YOUR NEXT ON-ROAD ADVENTURE.
Introducing the new 2021 Yamaha YZF-R1…
Yamaha has a rich heritage of building supersport motorcycles designed to deliver the pinnacle of performance on and off the track. The YZF-R1 is forged from the technology and development gained from countless racetrack challenges, from MotoGP to the Canadian Superbike Championship. From crossplane crankshaft engines to revolutionary electronics such as the six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), Yamaha’s historical achievements have become the future of R World.
Developed without compromise and constructed with the most sophisticated engine and chassis technology, the R1 is the ultimate Yamaha supersport.
R HISTORY. YOUR FUTURE. WE R1.
Featuring next‑generation R‑Series styling, sophisticated electronic control, supersport braking and suspension performance and a high‑performance crossplane engine.
KEY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN R1M & R1
- Premium Öhlins Electronic Racing Suspension (ERS)
- Communication Control Unit (CCU) – Datalogger & vehicle info via Wi-Fi (standard equipment)
- Wider 200 series rear tire (200/55ZR17)
- Carbon fibre bodywork
2021 Yamaha YZF-R1 Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features
- MotoGP®-Derived Crossplane Crankshaft Engine
- Cable-free ride-by-wire Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T)
- Six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)
- Yamaha Ride Control (YRC) – onboard electronic suite of rider aids
- Power Delivery Mode, Traction Control, Slide Control, Lift Control, Launch Control, Engine Brake Management, and Brake Control
- Aerodynamic bodywork
- Fully adjustable KYB suspension
- TFT instrument screen
- LED front turn signals integrated into mirrors
- Compact, LED rear turn signals
- LED tail light
- 12-volt auxiliary DC connector (24 W / 2A)
- Large 25 mm hollow front axle
- Extensive use of lightweight fasteners
- Oil level sight glass window
- Lightweight 525 series “O” ring drive chain.
- Low maintenance, lightweight, sealed battery (battery should be charged during winter storage)
Yamaha Motor Company won its first race just 10 days after the company was founded. And this burning desire to go racing continues to define Yamaha to this day, and it is what enables the company to create high performance supersport bikes like the latest R1.
Virtually every part of the latest model has been developed with the knowledge gained though the company’s WSBK and MotoGP race teams. The new fairing is a direct spin off from the M1, and gives over 5% more aerodynamic efficiency – and the sophisticated electronic control technology was pioneered on the race track.
So next time you see a Yamaha competing in WSBK or MotoGP, remember that these guys are responsible for making your R1 the ultimate R-Series superport.
Aerodynamic M1-style bodywork
The R1 looks sharper than ever with its new M1-style cowling and fully integrated fairing that give the bike a more aggressive race-developed profile. By enabling you to tuck in closer to the bike, this lightweight bodywork increases aerodynamic efficiency by over 5% for better high speed performance.
High-efficiency crossplane engine
A key feature of the R1’s 998cc engine is the crossplane crankshaft with its uneven 270° – 180° – 90° – 180° firing sequence that delivers strong, linear torque. Featuring a new high-efficiency intake system along with newly designed finger-follower rocker arms, this race-developed engine delivers refined high rpm performance and is EU5 compliant.
Improved suspension performance
The latest model comes with uprated 43mm Kayaba forks that utilise new laminated type damping valves. Together with revised rear shock settings this gives you a heightened feeling of being connected directly to the road surface, making the R1 feel as if it is an extension of your body.
New Brake Control (BC) System Technology is transforming the way we ride, and the latest R1 features no fewer than seven electronic control systems. Featuring two modes, the new
Brake Control (BC) system analyses data such as lean angle and slipping acceleration and modulates hydraulic brake pressure to prevent wheel lock ups.
New Engine Brake Management (EBM) system Control is everything when you’re on the track, and the new Engine Brake Management (EBM) system allows you to adjust engine braking force.
Using data from various sensors, the EBM adjusts throttle opening, ignition timing and fuel injection volume to give you a choice of three engine braking modes to suit different riding situations.
Next generation LED headlights
The new M1-style cowling is fitted with restyled LED headlights that sharpen the menacing looks of the latest model. The aggressive new face of the R1 also features new position lights that reinforce
the bike’s street presence and underline its pure race-bred design.
2021 Yamaha YZF-R1 Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits
- Ultra-lightweight, compact, 998 cc, DOHC, 16-valve (4-valves / cyl.), liquid-cooled, inline four-cylinder engine with crossplane-style crankshaft.
- Redesigned in 2020: cylinder head, fuel injectors, finger-follower rocker arms and camshaft profiles
- The key components of this cutting edge engine design are the “crossplane” crankshaft and an uneven firing order. Both of these features are used on Yamaha’s race-winning M1 MotoGP racer. The R1 crossplane crankshaft locates the centre two rods at a 90-degree plane from the outer cylinders. Instead of the crank pins aligned on the same plane (a straight line drawn through the center of the crankshaft), they align on 2 planes in the form of a cross, or “crossplane”. Working in conjunction with the crossplane crank is an uneven firing order. This R1 engine fires 1,3,2,4 cylinders and the firing intervals are uneven at 270 / 180/ 90 /180 degrees. What all this means to the rider is the most linear torque possible and amazing throttle control. This engine design allows a whole new level of rider/machine communication. One of the most important benefits is the outstanding cornering performance that increased engine / throttle control allows.
- The key engineering goal for the R1 series is significant horsepower with excellent controllability, making the bike easier and more enjoyable to ride. The R1 is a rider’s machine.
- 4-valve cylinder head design
- compact pent-roof combustion chambers with 13:1 compression ratio
- lightweight 33 mm intake titanium valves and 26.5 mm steel exhaust valves
- 4-valve design optimizes breathing efficiency and overall engine performance
- combustion chambers are machined to ensure exact volume spec for maximum power
- Special intake port shape provides maximum filling efficiency.
- port shape, valve placement and combustion chamber shape induce a tumbling effect of the inbound fuel – air charge that increases combustion speed, power and torque
- Finger-follower rocker arms.
- reduces friction, allows greater valve lift and provides super accurate control of valve opening and closing at high rpms
- sliding area of the rocker arms feature a DLC (diamond like coating) to reduce friction and wear
- valve adjustment pads sit under the rocker arm
- Valve adjustment intervals are every 42,000 km.
- High-performance intake and exhaust cams
- Closed-deck aluminum cylinder with linerless ceramic composite-plated cylinder bores.
- ceramic coating sprayed directly on the aluminum block, eliminating the liner and reducing weight
- excellent heat dissipation for consistent power delivery
- coating enhances the thin film of oil between the cylinder and piston, reducing friction and increasing power
- closed-deck design allows cylinders to be spaced more closely together, reducing engine width
- cylinder is a standalone design (not integrated into the upper crank case)
- Offset cylinder design
- offset cylinder block relative to the crankshaft (to the exhaust side) reduces frictional losses between the piston and cylinder wall during the power stroke for improved power output
- Short skirt, forged aluminum pistons.
- lightweight design for fast throttle response
- piston features a box-shaped “bridge box” on the underside for increased rigidity and durability
- special Defric coating on skirt to further reduce friction
- ring expansion tension is optimized to reduce frictional losses
- piston oil coolers spray oil at the underside of piston to reduce temperature
- Crossplane crankshaft design.
- crank inertial moment has been engineered to achieve linear throttle response, strong acceleration and excellent cornering exit control
- Super light, fracture split titanium connecting rods feature a “nutless” design.
- lower end “cap” of the rod is made from the same piece of material as the upper portion; the 2 pieces are “split” apart using a special process known as fracture splitting and then machined
- lightweight titanium design (60% lighter than a conventional steel con rod) reduces horsepower losses and provides faster throttle response
- fracture split “Ti” rods are a world’s first to be used on a production motorcycle
- Single axis balancer shaft
- reduces engine vibration
- Crankcases feature a “Tri-Axis” layout for the crank, main and drive axles.
- creates a more compact and shorter engine (front to back)
- shorter engine allows for optimum engine placement in the “sweet spot” of frame for desired weight distribution and great handling
- Closed-loop, 45 mm Mikuni throttle body fuel injection system with twin injectors.
- twin injector (primary and secondary) system is used on our MotoGP M1 race bike, R1 and YZF-R6
- primary injectors are located in the throttle bodies, secondary injectors located in the airbox, very near the computer-controlled intake funnels
- both primary and secondary injectors utilize 10 spray holes to maximize fuel atomization
- secondary injectors, located inside the air box, begin to function at mid-rpm to redline
- ” loop system” uses dual oxygen sensors to sniff spent exhaust gases and automatically adjusts the fuel / air ratio for reduced emissions
- fuel injection benefits include instant throttle response, choke-free starting, steady idle during warm up and reduced emissions
- Yamaha Chip Control Throttle (YCC-T)
- YCC-T electronically controls throttle valves for outstanding throttle response and controllability
- system features Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) and D.C. motor driven throttle valves
- YCC-T system provides precise control of intake air volume for a smoother torque curve
- ECU that controls YCC-T is capable of responding to changes at a speed of 1/1000th of a second
- Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake (YCC-I) system
- intake funnels / stacks vary in length between two preset positions depending on engine rpm
- electronic servo motor varies the funnels. The revolutionary YCC-I provides the best of both worlds – solid low-rpm torque and power combined with an amazing high-rpm rush. It takes only 0.3 seconds for the funnels to move from the tall to the short position
- Accelerator Position Sensor with Grip (APSG).
- eliminates the need for throttle cables and reduces weight while providing smoother throttle operation
- Compact six-speed transmission.
- features optimized gear ratios matched to engine output for maximum performance
- Compact, lightweight slipper or back limiter clutch assembly with assist.
- reduces rear wheel hop when making down shifts under hard braking
- key benefit is reduced lap times and smoother control when participating in a race or track day
- assist function reduces clutch lever effort
- Ram Air Induction System
- features a centrally-located intake duct between the LED headlights, delivering cool, force-fed air which pressures the airbox and increases power output at higher speeds
- straight shot induction from centrally located fairing duct to air box without bends or turns
- Large-capacity airbox
- large capacity maximizes performance
- M1-inspired intake duct with solenoid valve reduces intake noise and improves high-rpm power
- viscous type, high-flow air filter is used
- Mid-ship design 4-into-2-into-1 exhaust system
- features lightweight titanium header pipes and muffler for reduced weight
- design maximizes power, reduces weight, centralizes mass and lowers the centre of gravity for fast, light, agile handling
- dual 3-way honeycomb catalyzers which reduce harmful exhaust emissions.
- Special exhaust valve device
- located in under-engine chamber and features two separate exhaust flow routes based on rpm
- system allows a more compact muffler design that provides outstanding power output and torque characteristics while still providing sufficient silencing
- Yamaha’s EXUP System (Exhaust Ultimate Power Valve).
- part of the mid-ship exhaust system
- utilizes a titanium body and butterfly valves that prevent the “blow-back” phenomenon caused by “valve overlap”
- design reduces weight and maximizes cornering clearance
- EXUP system eliminates “flat spots” in the powerband and reduces emissions too
- High-efficiency, high-capacity curved radiator.
- curved rad provides more cooling surface area than a conventional flat rad
- ring-type fan provides increased airflow (and cooling) versus a standard cooling fan
- Air-cooled oil cooler sits below the main rad to maintain stable lubricant temperatures.
- Optimized wet sump lubrication system
- features special oil routing to the big end rod bearings
- lightweight, deep bottom magnesium oil pan significantly reduces weight
- convenient spin-on-type oil filter is used.
- Super lightweight magnesium cylinder head and crankcase covers secured by aluminum bolts.
- magnesium offers significant weight savings
- Compact ACM (alternator) is mounted directly to the crankshaft.
- compact ACM uses rare earth magnets which produce more power for a given size than conventional magnets, therefore reducing size and weight
- Maintenance-free, transistor-controlled ignition (TCI).
- produces a strong spark for fast starts
- provides precise ignition timing / mapping for optimum engine performance at all rpm
- Direct ignition coils, iridium dual electrode spark plugs and high-output magneto.
- ignition coils integrated into plug caps, significantly reducing weight and complexity
ELECTRONIC RIDER AIDS (YRC)
Many of the following rider assist aids are derived from Yamaha’s MotoGP race efforts and help make the R1 more controllable and enjoyable to ride. We call them Yamaha Ride Controls (YRC).
- At the heart of the “Yamaha Ride Control” electronic rider assist aids are the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and Electronic Control Unit (ECU).The IMU features six axis of measurement using a gyro sensor to detect rotational motion in the pitch, roll and yaw directions. A G-sensor detects acceleration / velocity in the forward/back, up/down and left/right directions. The vehicle position information obtained from the two sensors including bank angle, pitch rate and sideways slide acceleration is sent to the ECU, which in turn controls the five YRC systems (not including the quickshift system). These variables are calculated 125 times per second.
- PWR: Power Delivery Modeis Yamaha’s variable throttle control, which controls the throttle valve opening speed, enabling the rider to adjust performance characteristics of the engine based on riding preferences or conditions. There are four power settings available from an enhanced race setting to a slippery condition mode with softer power characteristics.
- TCS: Traction Control System with lean angle sensor. System uses front and rear wheel sensors to detect slip and then adjusts / regulates power via the ECU / IMU to control rear wheel spin. In addition to detecting difference in speed between the front and rear wheels, the system uses input on the degree of bank / lean angle to adjust the degree of TCS intervention to an optimum level in relation to riding conditions in real-time. As the banking angle increases, the amount of TCS intervention also increases. When the TCS is disabled, SCS, LIF and LCS systems will automatically be shut down as well. There are 9 settings plus off.
- SCS: Slide Control System controls engine power when side slip is detected. Power output is adjusted to an optimum level to control side slide. There are 3 settings plus off.
- LIF: Lift Control System (a.k.a. anti-wheelie control) reduces time loss due to wheelies during closed course competition. System reduces front end lift during starts and hard acceleration. When the IMU and other sensors detect lift, engine output is adjusted to the optimum level to maintain strong acceleration without lift. There are 3 settings plus off.
- Revised Launch Control System ensures fast, strong, controllable starts in closed-course competition situations. When the LCS is activated, it keeps the engine limited to a specific rpm and maintains an optimum level of engine power in conjunction with inputs from the TCS and LIF systems, allowing the rider to concentrate on clutch engagement and the other competitors, reducing stress associated with race starts. There are 2 settings plus off.
- QSS: Quick Shift System provides smooth, fast upshifts even at full throttle. When the switch on the shift lever rod detects motion, it adjusts engine output and momentarily cancels out the drive torque to promote faster gear shifts. There are 2 settings plus off.
- Engine Brake Management (EBM):
- allows the rider to adjust engine braking to suit personal preferences and track conditions.
- offers three levels of engine brake force to allow smoother corner entry
- Communication Control Unit (CCU) (available as an accessory for the R1):
- CCU is Yamaha’s data acquisition unit – a great tool for track day and race enthusiasts
- works with iOS and Android platforms
- parameters recorded include: traction-control activation, front and rear ABS activation, lean angle, vehicle speed, engine rpm, wheel speeds, throttle position, gear position, front and rear brake pressures, coolant temperature and lap times
- information in conjunction with position on the race track
- possible to overlay multiple laps and share data with other R1 riders
- Gravity-cast aluminum Deltabox frame
- designed to offer an optimized rigidity balance to maximize handling and suspension performance. Frame provides a balance of strength, rigidity and tuned flex
- engine is a stressed member with rigid mounts
- benefits include reduced weight, excellent high-speed stability and cornering characteristics, excellent traction / drive characteristics exiting a corner, and a greater freedom in choosing or changing a line through a turn
- Detachable magnesium cast rear subframe
- reduces weight
- allows easier rear shock access and reduces costs in the event of damage
- Polished, lightweight aluminum upward truss-type swingarm
- provides great torsional rigidity for excellent rear wheel traction and control
- swingarm length is 570 mm
- design and length help reduce effects of chain tensioning during hard acceleration
- swingarm is polished aluminum and clearcoated (not painted)
- Key chassis geometry figures:
- 1,405 mm wheelbase, 24-degree caster angle, 102 mm of trail
- 56-degree maximum lean angle
- Fully adjustable KYB 43 mm inverted fork with 120 mm (4.7″) of wheel travel.
- new internal shim stack design for 2020
- adjustments include 10 turns of spring preload, 8-way rebound & 18-way compression damping
- incredible suspension performance with excellent “feedback”
- inverted design reduces unsprung weight & increases the rigidity of the fork since the larger diameter tubes are gripped in the triple clamps
- adjustable design allows the rider to tune suspension to match riding style, rider weight & road or track conditions
- Fully adjustable Monocross link rear suspension utilizes a piggyback-style KYB shock providing 120mm (4.7″) of wheel travel.
- revised internal settings for 2020
- shock adjustments include: 8 mm of treaded spring preload, 23-way rebound damping, 18-way slow speed compression damping and 5.5 turns of high speed compression damping
- overall shock length can be adjusted by 5 mm for ride height adjustability
- piggyback design helps to keep the shock oil cool for more consistent damping
- Electric steering damper
- ABS equipped, radial mount, 4-piston, monoblock calipers squeeze fully floating 320 mm dual front discs.
- incredible braking performance with excellent control and lever feedback
- radial-mount design helps to reduce caliper distortion for improved braking performance
- Nissin radial master cylinder
- stainless steel mesh brake lines
- 6-position adjustable brake lever
- Single-piston, slide-type Nissin rear caliper squeezes a lightweight 220 mm disc.
- Front and rear brakes feature Yamaha’s latest anti-lock brake (ABS) technology
- main benefit of ABS is excellent control under hard braking or braking on wet or slippery surfaces
- when ABS system senses impending wheel lock-up (via active type wheel sensors) it regulates the hydraulic brake pressure to the point just before the wheel(s) lock-up
- NEW Brake Control (BC)
- Developed on racetracks around the world, Yamaha’s new Brake Control system works with ABS to minimize brake slip under aggressive braking, or on less than ideal surfaces. The adjustable BC system uses the IMU to provide progressive brake force intervention as lean angle increases, to boost rider confidence when braking mid-corner.
- Super lightweight, die cast magnesium 10-spoke mag wheels.
- over 1 kg of weight savings over previous-generation R1)
- lightweight design reduces unsprung weight and contributes to excellent suspension and handling performance
- front rim size is MT3.50 x 17, rear rim is MT6.00 x17
- R1 features a 190 series rear tire – 190/55ZR17
- Lightweight, 17-litre aluminum fuel tank.
- tank provides excellent knee grip for hard braking and easy manoeuvrability
- elongated shape helps to centralize mass and reduces variance in riding feel as the fuel load (weight) changes
- 3-litre reserve capacity (fuel trip meter activates)
- Redesigned bodywork for 2020
- 5.3% increase in aerodynamic efficiency over previous R1
- reduced wind noise and pressure on the rider when in a tucked position
- improved comfort from smoother side sections where the rider?s legs contact the bike.
- LED headlights (redesigned for 2020) and high-intensity LED position lights.
- new lights create a “face” never seen before on a motorcycle and provide a stylish and unique look for the R1/R1M
- excellent illumination and visibility
- reduced power consumption
- Fully digital instrument panel with TFT liquid crystal display.
- displays have been concentrated into a single 4.2-inch screen that adopts a fully transmissive Thin Film Transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display that reduces reflections and glare
- white or black backgrounds can be selected
- auto brightness adjustment based on available ambient light
- 2 screen modes are available: street and track
- street display mode functions include; speedo, bar-style tach, odometer, dual trip meters, gear position, intake air temp, coolant temp, instant and average fuel efficiency, clock, fuel consumed, fuel trip meter (appears when fuel switches to reverse – 3 litres remaining), peak rpm indicator, front brake pressure indicator, acceleration indicator, lap timer, ERS indicator and selected YRC setting info
- track mode functions include; race tach setting (tach starts at 8,000 rpm), lap number, lap timer (up to 40 laps), stop watch, gear position, speed and most of the above street displays including YRC setting info
- Immobilizer ignition system is designed to reduce the possibility of “ride-away” theft.
- system must recognize the “coded ignition key” in order for the unit to start
- if the immobilizer ignition does not recognize the key, the ignition system and starter will not function, even if the ignition is forced into the on position
Communication Control Unit (CCU) is a plug & play datalogger with GPS-based information. It is an option on the above R1 and standard equipment on the YZF-R1M premium model. Please see the R1M info for more details on the CUU and its functions.
NOTE: The YZF-R1 offers a significant level of power and performance. It is not intended for novice or inexperienced riders. All information is subject to change without notice.
2021 Yamaha YZF-R1 – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $17399 USD
Canada MSRP Price: Starting at $21999 CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £16947 GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)
Engine Type 998cc, liquid-cooled inline 4 cylinder DOHC; 4- valves per cylinder
Bore x Stroke 79.0mm x 50.9mm
Compression Ratio 13.0:1
Fuel Delivery Fuel injection with YCC-T and YCC-I
Transmission 6-speed; wet multiplate assist and slipper clutch
Final Drive Chain
Suspension / Front 43mm KYB® inverted fork, fully adjustable; 4.7- in travel
Suspension / Rear KYB® single shock, fully adjustable; 4.7-in
Brakes / Front Dual 320mm hydraulic disc; Brake Control
System and ABS
Brakes / Rear 220mm hydraulic disc; Brake Control System and
Tires / Front 120/70ZR17
Tires / Rear 190/55ZR17
L x W x H 80.9 in x 27.2 in x 45.9 in
Seat Height 33.7 in
Wheelbase 55.3 in
Rake (Caster Angle) 24.0°
Trail 4.0 in
Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal
Fuel Economy 33 mpg
Wet Weight 448 lb
Warranty 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
Color Team Yamaha Blue; Raven
2021 Yamaha YZF-R1 – Totalmotorcycle.com Canada Specifications/Technical Details
|ENGINE||Liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16-valves (4-valves / cyl), in-line four|
|BORE AND STROKE||79 x 50.9 mm|
|MAXIMUM TORQUE||11.5 kg-m (83.2 ft-lb.) @ 11,500 rpm|
|ENGINE MANAGEMENT||YCC-T, YCC-I, PWR, TCS, LCS, LIF, SCS, QSS, BRM, BC, CCU & SCU|
|FUEL DELIVERY||Mikuni 45 mm throttle body FI with twin injectors (primary & secondary)|
|ESTIMATED FUEL CONSUMPTION±||14.4 kpl / 40.6 mpg (Imp.)|
|IGNITION / STARTING||TCI / Electric|
|FINAL DRIVE||520 series O-ring chain|
|SUSPENSION (FRONT)||Fully adj. 43 mm inverted fork / 120 mm (4.7″) wheel travel|
|SUSPENSION (REAR)||Fully adj. bottom link Monocross / 120 mm (4.7″) wheel travel|
|BRAKES (FRONT)||Dual 320 mm discs / radial mount, 4-piston calipers / ABS & UBS-equipped|
|BRAKES (REAR)||220 mm disc / single piston caliper / ABS|
|LENGTH||2,055 mm (80.9″)|
|WIDTH||690 mm (27.2″)|
|HEIGHT||1,150 mm (45.3″)|
|WHEELBASE||1,405 mm (55.3″)|
|RAKE / TRAIL||24° / 102 mm|
|GROUND CLEARANCE||130 mm (5.1″)|
|SEAT HEIGHT||855 mm (33.7″)|
|FUEL CAPACITY||17 litres (3.7 Imp. gal.)|
|WET WEIGHT||201 kg (443 lb.)|
|COLOUR(S)||Yamaha Racing Blue
2021 Yamaha YZF-R1 – Totalmotorcycle.com European Specifications/Technical Details
Engine type Liquid-cooled;4-stroke;4-valves;DOHC;4-cylinder
Displacement 998 cc
Bore x stroke 79.0 × 50.9 mm
Compression ratio 13.0:1
Maximum power 147.1kW (200.0PS) @ 13,500 rpm
Maximum torque 113.3Nm (11.6kg-m) @ 11,500rpm
Lubrication system Wet sump
Clutch type Wet;Multiple Disc
Ignition system TCI
Starter system Electric
Transmission system Constant Mesh;6-speed
Final transmission Chain
Fuel consumption 7.2l/100km
CO2 emission 168g/km
Fuel system Electronic Fuel Injection
Caster angle 24°
Trail 102 mm
Front suspension system Telescopic fork
Rear suspension system Swingarm
Front travel 120 mm
Rear travel 120 mm
Front brake Hydraulic dual disc brake
Rear brake Hydraulic single disc brake
Front tyre 120/70ZR17M/C (58W) Tubeless
Rear tyre 190/55ZR17M/C (75W) Tubeless
Overall length 2,055 mm
Overall width 690 mm
Overall height 1,165 mm
Seat height 855 mm
Wheel base 1,405 mm
Minimum ground clearance 130 mm
Wet weight (including full oil and fuel tank) 201 kg
Fuel tank capacity 17 litres
Oil tank capacity 4.9 litres
Manufacturer Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice on Total Motorcycle (TMW).