2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT Guide

2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT

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2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT: TURN UP YOUR EXPERIENCE.

Introducing the new 2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT…

Featuring an all‑new engine and premium sport touring features that come standard, the most versatile touring partner for when you’re commuting or riding across the mountains.

Sport Touring never felt this good. With semi-active suspension, hard side cases, heated grips, a quickshifter and LED cornering lights, the 2022 Tracer 9 GT gives you dynamic touring comfort. A new high-torque engine and lightweight aluminium chassis ensure ultimate sports versatility. Turn up your journey with the Tracer 9 GT.

Sport Touring never felt this good. With exclusive specifications, including electronic semi-active suspension that constantly adjusts front and rear damping force to give you the smoothest and most secure ride – whatever the load or speed – the TRACER 9 GT is engineered to deliver the greatest dynamic touring comfort.

Turn up your experience
Hard side cases capable of carrying a full-face helmet and featuring colour coordinated panels are fitted as standard. You can also fit an optional top case if you need extra space – and the fully-floating luggage carrier system gives a natural riding feeling even when fully loaded.

For confident night-time riding, the TRACER 9 GT is fitted with LED cornering lights that get brighter as you lean further – while ten-stage adjustable grip heaters keep your hands warm whatever the weather. And for ultimate sports versatility, this high-tech performance bike comes with up-and-down QSS for smoother and faster gear changes.

Turn up your experience

The Sport Touring world changed forever when Yamaha launched the rst TRACER. Its combination of thrilling torque-rich performance and remarkable long-distance comfort completely revolutionised the category. And since then, over 50,000 riders have chosen the TRACER and made it the best-selling model in the class.

Developed for experienced riders who want the latest cutting-edge technology that will deliver the very highest levels of dynamic touring comfort, the new TRACER 9 GT is the most exciting and versatile Sport Tourer ever made by Yamaha. Its new 890cc CP3 engine does everything you ask of it, while the lightweight chassis and next-generation bodywork are ready for anything.

The TRACER 9 GT’s highest-ever specification includes electronically-controlled suspension, LED cornering lights and grip heaters – as well as hard side cases, Quick Shifter System and R1M-inspired colours. It all adds up to ultimate sport versatility with the ability to go as far as you want to in total comfort.

Sport Touring never felt this good. With exclusive specifications, including electronic semi-active suspension that constantly adjusts front and rear damping force to give you the smoothest and most secure ride – whatever the load or speed – the TRACER 9 GT is engineered to deliver the greatest
dynamic touring comfort.

Hard side cases capable of carrying a full-face helmet and featuring colour coordinated panels are fitted as standard. You can also t an optional top case if you need extra space – and the fully-floating luggage carrier system gives a natural riding feeling even when fully loaded.

For con dent night-time riding, the TRACER 9 GT is fitted with LED cornering lights that get brighter as you lean further – while ten-stage adjustable grip heaters keep your hands warm whatever the weather. And for ultimate sports versatility, this high-tech performance bike comes with up-and-down QSS for smoother and faster gear changes.

 

2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features
  • KYB semi-active suspension
  • Hard side cases
  • Up-and-down Quick Shift System
  • LED cornering lights
  • Dedicated colours and graphics
  • EU5 890cc CP3 engine
  • Lightweight CF aluminium die-cast frame
  • 6-Axis IMU plus lean-sensitive rider aids
  • Next-generation design and styling
  • Full LED lighting
  • Twin 3.5” TFT meters
  • Cruise control system
  • EU5-compliant 889 cc CP3 engine
  • Semi-active, electronic KYB suspension
  • CF aluminium die-cast frame
  • LED cornering lights
  • Standard hard side cases
  • Heated grips and cruise control
  • 6-Axis IMU with lean-sensitive rider aids
  • D-Mode switchable engine modes (4 modes)
  • Twin full-colour 3.5-inch TFT meters
  • Bidirectional Quick Shift System (QSS)
  • Lightweight SpinForged wheels
  • Adjustable seat, footpegs and handlebar

 

PREMIUM TOURING FEATURES

The list of luxury features includes standard side cases, LED cornering lights, heated grips, twin TFT meters, a quickshifter, adjustable seat and R1M-inspired colours. With a fuel range over 350 km, the Tracer 9 GT is built to turn up your journey and take you into a new world.

 

ADVANCED CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION

The fully adjustable electronic suspension is governed by a six-axis IMU and ECU which activate a Hydraulic Unit (HU) and Suspension Control Unit (SCU). Damping settings are instantaneously adjusted based on load and riding conditions. A CF die-cast aluminium Deltabox frame provides higher levels of rigidity for sport-bike agility and sure-footed stability.

 

SPORT PERFORMANCE

Electronic semi-active suspension constantly adjusts front and rear damping force to give you the smoothest and most secure ride, whatever the load or speed. A large-capacity 889 cc three-cylinder engine meets EU5 standards and produces strong torque for intoxicating acceleration.

 

  • All-New 890cc Liquid-Cooled Three-Cylinder DOHC Fuel-Injected Engine
    The Tracer 9 GT features a newly developed 890cc liquid-cooled three-cylinder, DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder fuel-injected (YCC-T) engine with a downdraft intake. The bore × stroke of 78 mm × 62.1 mm and 11.5:1 compression ratio provide outstanding torque with strong power delivery characteristics. Almost all of the fundamental parts of the engine, from the pistons and connecting rods to the crankshaft, camshafts and crankcase, have all been redesigned. The combustion efficiency results in an impressive 9% improvement as well as an increased fuel efficiency to 49 MPG.
  • New Lightweight Aluminum Frame
    To achieve both sporty performance and excellent riding comfort, the new Tracer 9 GT adopts a newly developed lightweight aluminum frame with model-specific tuning. Using the latest Controlled Filling (CF) aluminum die-casting technology, this frame features the thinnest sections ever on a Yamaha die-cast frame at just 1.7mm.
  • KYB® Electronically Controlled Suspension
    Jointly developed with KYB® to deliver both sporty performance and a comfortable ride, the Tracer 9 GT features an electronically controlled suspension. The suspension provides optimum damping force that is based on real-time running conditions for great riding comfort and feel from the road. Based on input from the six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), the Engine Control Unit (ECU) and the Hydraulic Unit (HU), the Suspension Control Unit (SCU) calculates the optimum settings for suspension damping. The damping adjustment mechanism is solenoid-driven which enables changes to the damping force to be reflected quickly, and big damping force changes are possible. This suspension system generates steady damping force even when the suspension piston is moving slower, which contributes to stabilizing the motorcycle’s attitude when starting from a stop as well as stabilizing the chassis attitude when accelerating, braking and cornering. The electronically controlled system controls the rebound and compression damping for the front fork and rebound damping for the rear shock.
  • Six-Axis IMU
    The Tracer 9 GT features a newly developed six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) that retains the base performance of proven IMU in the YZF-R1 but is 50% smaller and 40% lighter due to a thorough review of the sensor layout. The engine control unit (ECU) that receives and reflects the data from the IMU is equipped with three rider aids: a Traction Control System (TCS), Slide Control System (SCS) and the front-wheel LIFt control system (LIF). The Brake Control System is controlled by the Hydraulic Control Unit (separate unit from ECU) which modulates front and rear brake pressure based on data from the IMU as well as the front and rear wheel speed sensors. All three systems work together to help the rider concentrate on better extracting the machine’s potential. Each of the systems can also be turned on or off and have their levels of intervention adjusted to preference.
  • Full LED Lighting With Cornering Lights
    The compact mono-focus (separate high and low beam units) LED headlights in a twin-eye arrangement provide excellent beam spread for the Tracer 9 GT. The edges of the beam have a softer contrast to be easy on the eyes while emitting a soft and even spread of illumination. Since the Tracer 9 GT uses not one but multiple LEDs to produce light, it can project a complex distribution of illumination across a broad field. The position lights also use LEDs for a wider field of illumination while the redesigned rear lights give off a smoother plane of light. The cornering lights help improve rider’s confidence at night as the light strength grows as the lean angle increases. Following the FJR1300ES, this is the second Yamaha model to feature a cornering light system but the only one with a single LED unit per side that emits increasingly stronger source of light in a high-quality, highly functional design.
  • Standard side cases
    Standard side cases allow the ability and convenience to carry your gear with you.

 

 

2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

ENGINE

  • All-New 890cc Liquid-Cooled Three-Cylinder DOHC Fuel-Injected Engine
    The Tracer 9 GT features a newly developed 890cc liquid-cooled three-cylinder, DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder fuel-injected (YCC-T) engine with a downdraft intake. The bore × stroke of 78 mm × 62.1 mm and 11.5:1 compression ratio provide outstanding torque with strong power delivery characteristics. Almost all of the fundamental parts of the engine, from the pistons and connecting rods to the crankshaft, camshafts and crankcase, have all been redesigned. The combustion efficiency results in an impressive 9% improvement as well as an increased fuel efficiency to 49 MPG.
  • Redesigned Fuel Delivery System
    The fuel delivery system has been completely redesigned. On former Tracer 9 GTs, the fuel injectors were attached directly to the cylinder head, but the fuel injectors of the Tracer 9 GT are now attached to the throttle valve side of the throttle bodies. The injectors now spray at the back of the intake valve heads to promote atomization of the fuel and reduce adhesion of fuel particles to the port walls, producing outstanding combustion efficiency. The throttle valve is operated using the Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) electronic system which has been widely proven on YZF series models as well as the earlier Tracer 9 GT models.
  • Lightweight Forged Pistons
    The lightweight forged pistons allow for smooth, high-revving power.
  • Fracture-Split Connecting Rods
    The forged connecting rods are made using the fracture-split method—where the big-end ring of the connecting rod is purposefully fractured and then reassembled—to ensure an unparalleled degree of manufacturing accuracy. This creates a pair of perfectly matching halves that produce a much more precise mating surface when the rods are bolted together again around the crankshaft.
  • Offset & Direct-Plated Cylinders
    The CP3 engine mounts its three cylinder bores forward, towards the exhaust side. This offset reduces the piston to cylinder wall friction, creating more power and improved fuel economy while the direct-plated ceramic-composite cylinder bores provide excellent heat dissipation and reduced friction.
  • New Symmetrical Muffler with Dual Outlets
    The new muffler on the Tracer 9 GT contributes to a lower mass centralization and also produces a low-frequency exhaust note at low speeds. The exhaust tailpipes are left-right symmetrical which directs sound pressure to both sides of the machine, creating an exhaust note that delivers a sense of torque to the rider. The newly designed stainless steel header pipes are each given a different curvature and length for an excellent pulse effect.
  • New Intake System
    The new intake system has been designed to suit the new engine and provides linear response when the rider opens and closes the throttle. The three intake ducts also contribute to the excellent engine sound at midrange and high rpm. These ducts are designed with different cross sections and lengths so that the intake sounds they produce individually resonate harmoniously at varying wavelength ranges. At the same time, the sound pressure has also been tuned to create a pleasing sound in the mid- and high-rpm range. The result is an air cleaner box that achieves both good intake efficiency and an enjoyable sound.
  • Assist & Slipper Clutch
    The Tracer 9 GT features an Assist and Slipper (A&S) clutch that has specifications selected to best match the new engine for a lighter clutch lever pull and smoother chassis behavior during downshifts.
  • Optimized Transmission Ratios
    The transmission ratios have been optimized, with the gear ratios for 1st and 2nd gear slightly higher than on previous models (1st gear: from 2.666 to 2.571; 2nd gear: from 2.000 to 1.947). Working in combination with the increased momentum of inertia of the crankshaft and the fuel injection settings, the transmission provides the right balance of a powerful torque feeling and ease of use, from acceleration to stopping.

 

CHASSIS/SUSPENSION

  • New Lightweight Aluminum Frame
    To achieve both sporty performance and excellent riding comfort, the new Tracer 9 GT adopts a newly developed lightweight aluminum frame with model-specific tuning. Using the latest Controlled Filling (CF) aluminum die-casting technology, this frame features the thinnest sections ever on a Yamaha die-cast frame at just 1.7 mm (thinnest section on the 2020 Tracer 900’s frame is 3.5 mm).
  • Strong Steel Subframe
    The Tracer 9 GT’s steel subframe ensures excellent straight-line stability and cornering ability, even when outfitted with a large fuel tank and three hard rear luggage cases.
  • Redesigned Lightweight, High-Rigidity Swingarm
    The Tracer 9 GT features a new, longer swingarm that is now located inside of the frame. It has a boxed construction formed by welding together aluminum plates. The new swingarm helps achieve both high rigidity and lighter weight, conveying the feeling of drive force to the rider and aiding with excellent traction at high speeds and when cornering.
  • Lightweight Spin Forged Aluminum Wheels
    The Tracer 9 GT employs lightweight wheels. Manufactured using Yamaha-exclusive spinforging technology, these wheels contribute to outstanding handling. With a notable 11% decrease in the momentum of inertia at the rear, these wheels make for a big contribution to the Tracer 9 GT’s agile handling character.
  • Nissin Radial Front Brake Master Cylinder
    To provide excellent controllability, Tracer 9 GT features a new radial Nissin master cylinder for the front brake. The piston in the master cylinder moves in a direction parallel to brake lever travel, contributing to a more linear supply of hydraulic pressure for excellent controllability.
  • Adjustable Riding Position
    The riding position was designed to accommodate riders of varying physiques and includes a two-level adjustable main seat. The handlebars and footpegs can also be adjusted to two different positions, allowing riders to set a position that gives them a secure feeling the moment they get on the bike. The handlebar clamps can be rotated 10mm forward changing the bar position 9mm forward and 4mm up, and the footpeg mounts can be raised 14mm higher as well as 4mm rearward.
  • KYB® Electronically Controlled Suspension
    Jointly developed with KYB® to deliver both sporty performance and a comfortable ride, the Tracer 9 GT features an electronically controlled suspension. The suspension provides optimum damping force that is based on real-time running conditions for great riding comfort and feel from the road. Based on input from the six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), the Engine Control Unit (ECU) and the Hydraulic Unit (HU), the Suspension Control Unit (SCU) calculates the optimum settings for suspension damping. The damping adjustment mechanism is solenoid-driven which enables changes to the damping force to be reflected quickly, and big damping force changes are possible. This suspension system generates steady damping force even when the suspension piston is moving slower, which contributes to stabilizing the motorcycle’s attitude when starting from a stop as well as stabilizing the chassis attitude when accelerating, braking and cornering. The electronically controlled system controls the rebound and compression damping for the front fork and rebound damping for the rear shock.
  • Sport & Comfort Mode
    The Tracer 9 GT suspension has two modes: Sport (A-1) and Comfort (A-2). Sport mode is geared toward sporty riding on dry roads but can also accommodate wet conditions. Comfort mode is aimed at providing a comfortable ride on rough asphalt roads or roads with potholes.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • All-New Design
    The Tracer 9 GT’s next-generation style expresses not only its sporty ride but its refined mobility and functionality. The aerodynamic front fairing creates a silhouette that showcases the bike’s tightly packed chassis and powerful forward drive while perfectly integrating the functions and elements needed for a comfortable and convenient ride.
  • Full LED Lighting With Cornering Lights
    The compact mono-focus (separate high and low beam units) LED headlights in a twin-eye arrangement provide excellent beam spread for the Tracer 9 GT. The edges of the beam have a softer contrast to be easy on the eyes while emitting a soft and even spread of illumination. Since the Tracer 9 GT uses not one but multiple LEDs to produce light, it can project a complex distribution of illumination across a broad field. The position lights also use LEDs for a wider field of illumination while the redesigned rear lights give off a smoother plane of light. The cornering lights help improve rider’s confidence at night as the light strength grows as the lean angle increases. Following the FJR1300ES, this is the second Yamaha model to feature a cornering light system but the only one with a single LED unit per side that emits increasingly stronger source of light in a high-quality, highly functional design.
  • Reduced Rider Fatigue
    Designed to keep you on the road longer, the large windscreen that can be adjusted across ten 5mm increments and the handlebar brush guards protect the rider from the wind to help reduce fatigue.
  • Grip Heaters
    The newly developed grip heaters that can be controlled using the handlebar scroll wheel for a temperature adjustment range of ten levels make sure you stay warm during those cooler rides.

ELECTRONICS

  • Six-Axis IMU
    The Tracer 9 GT features a newly developed six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) that retains the base performance of proven IMU in the YZF-R1 but is 50% smaller and 40% lighter due to a thorough review of the sensor layout. The engine control unit (ECU) that receives and reflects the data from the IMU is equipped with three rider aids: a Traction Control System (TCS), Slide Control System (SCS) and the front-wheel LIFt control system (LIF). The Brake Control System is controlled by the Hydraulic Control Unit (separate unit from ECU) which modulates front and rear brake pressure based on data from the IMU as well as the front and rear wheel speed sensors. All three systems work together to help the rider concentrate on better extracting the machine’s potential. Each of the systems can also be turned on or off and have their levels of intervention adjusted to preference.
  • Lean Angle-Sensitive Traction Control System
    The Traction Control System (TCS) detects the difference in speed between the front and rear wheels and helps to efficiently extract drive force from the rear tire during acceleration. The new TCS on the Tracer 9 GT uses this data for the lean angle, estimated by the IMU to adjust the degree of intervention by the TCS. As the lean angle increases, so does the amount of TCS intervention (1 = little intervention; 2 = moderate intervention; 3 = strong intervention).
  • Lift Control System (LIF)
    The LIFt Control System (LIF) intervenes when the IMU predicts front-wheel lift to adjust the engine’s output to compensate and assist the rider. On the Tracer 9 GT, the system settings are focused on providing smooth behavior once the intervention ceases. The LIFt system’s intervention is set up to work together with the other rider aids, and with Mode M, the level of intervention can be chosen manually by the rider.
  • MotoGP®-Developed Slide Control System (SCS)
    The Tracer 9 GT features the Slide Control System (SCS), just like the one on the acclaimed YZF-R1. When the IMU predicts that a sideward slide is occurring at the rear tire, the SCS responds by adjusting the power output to help the rider focus on riding. The degree of intervention is pre-set for the TCS with Mode 1 and Mode 2, but Mode M allows for the level of intervention to be selected or for the system to be turned off.
  • Brake Control System with ABS
    With the Brake Control (BC) system, data for the front and rear wheel speed as well as data from the IMU is compiled and calculated in real-time in the hydraulic unit assembly (including the ABS control unit) to independently control and modulate the front and rear brake pressure. The rider can select between two intervention modes: BC1 and BC2. BC1 is a standard ABS-active mode that accommodates hard emergency braking in upright, straight-line braking conditions while BC2 controls the brake pressure in addition to ABS and operates in situations where machine behavior is likely to become unsettled, such as unavoidable panic braking mid-corner.
  • Quick Shift System for Clutchless Upshifts & Downshifts
    The QSS on the Tracer 9 GT provides both clutchless upshifts and downshifts. When the sensor on the shift rod detects movement in the gearshift pedal, adjustments are made in the engine output according to ECU calculations to instantly cancel out the drive torque of the engaged gear to promote swifter shifting of gears.
  • Ride-by-Wire YCC-T Throttle System with New APSG
    The Tracer 9 GT’s Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) electronically governs the throttle valves, but unlike the system on former models that use a cable to relay throttle inputs via a pulley, the Tracer 9 GT features the new Accelerator Position Sensor Grip (ASPG) ride-by-wire unit that provides excellent throttle feel. With the APSG, the degree of throttle opening is detected by a sensor and magnet and reflected with signals to the throttle valve motor. For good operational feel, the APSG is comprised of a spring, slider and gear and produces varying degrees of friction (resistance) to recreate a natural throttle feel during use. The construction of the APSG for the Tracer 9 GT is the same as the one on the 2020 YZF-R1/R1M but has model-specific settings for the degree of friction and throttle opening.
  • Twin 3.5-inch Full-Color TFT Instrument Displays
    The Tracer 9 GT features twin 3.5-inch full-color TFT displays. The left-hand display includes a bar-type tachometer that changes colors as rpm rises or falls, the fuel gauge, average mileage indicator, water temperature, air temperature and a gearshift indicator while the right-hand screen enables the selection of four different types of information or indicators to allow more information to be displayed at once. Switching between displays and information can be performed with the handlebar switches.
  • Yamaha D-Mode
    The running modes available on the D-Mode system have been increased from the three on the current model to four. Riders can select between Mode 1 for enjoying direct, sharper response, Mode 2 to accommodate a variety of conditions, Mode 3 for a gentler character and Mode 4 that moderates maximum power for a milder riding experience.
  • Cruise Control
    The Tracer 9 GT features a cruise control system for easy riding. Cruise control can be set when going at least 31 mph (or 50 kph) and in 4th gear or higher. After the cruise speed is set, the speed can be increased or decreased in increments of 1 mph (or 2 kph) with single pushes of the switch or by continuously holding down the switch. Cancel the cruise control by braking or by using the clutch or the throttle. The “Resume” function reengages the system and returns the bike to its previous set speed.

 

 

 

2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT – Totalmotorcycle.com USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $14999 USD
Canada MSRP Price: $18099 CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £ See Dealer for Pricing in GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)

Engine Type 890cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, inline 3-cylinder; 4
valves per cylinder
Bore x Stroke 78.0mm x 62.1mm
Compression Ratio 11.5:1
Fuel Delivery Fuel injection with YCC-T
Ignition TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition
Transmission 6-speed; multiplate assist and slipper clutch
Final Drive Chain
Suspension / Front KYB® 41mm inverted fork, electronically
adjustable with preload adjustability; 5.1-in travel
Suspension / Rear KYB® single shock, electronically adjustable
with remote preload adjustability; 5.4-in travel
Brakes / Front Dual 298mm hydraulic disc; ABS
Brakes / Rear 245mm hydraulic disc; ABS
Tires / Front 120/70ZR17
Tires / Rear 180/55ZR17
L x W x H 85.6 in x 34.8 in x 56.3 in – 57.9 in
Seat Height 31.9 in or 32.5 in
Wheelbase 59.1 in
Rake (Caster Angle) 25.0°
Trail 4.3 in
Maximum Ground
Clearance
5.3 in
Fuel Capacity 5.0 gal
Fuel Economy** 49 MPG
Wet Weight*** 485 lb* (*does not include side cases)
Warranty 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
Color Liquid Metal; Redline

 

 

 

2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT – Totalmotorcycle.com Canada Specifications/Technical Details

ENGINE
ENGINE Liquid-cooled, DOHC, 12-valves (4 valves/cyl.), inline three-cylinder
DISPLACEMENT 889 cc
BORE AND STROKE 78 x 62.1 mm
COMPRESSION RATIO 11.5:1
MAXIMUM TORQUE 9.3 kg-m (68.6 ft-lb.) @ 7,000 rpm
ENGINE MANAGEMENT YCC-T, D-Mode (4 settings), traction control /cruise control
FUEL DELIVERY Mikuni 41 mm throttle body F.I.
ESTIMATED FUEL CONSUMPTION± n/a
LUBRICATION Wet sump
IGNITION / STARTING TCI / Electric
TRANSMISSION 6-speed
FINAL DRIVE O-ring chain

CHASSIS
SUSPENSION (FRONT) Fully adjustable semi-active electronic 41 mm inverted fork / 130 mm (5.1 in.) wheel travel
SUSPENSION (REAR) Fully adjustable link KYB / 142 mm (5.6 in.) wheel travel
BRAKES (FRONT) Dual 298 mm discs / radial mount 4-piston calipers / ABS equipped
BRAKES (REAR) 245 mm disc / single piston caliper / ABS equipped
TIRES (FRONT) 120/70ZR17
TIRES (REAR) 180/55ZR17

CRITICAL DATA
LENGTH 2,175 mm (85.6″)
WIDTH 885 mm (34.8″)
HEIGHT 1,430 mm – 1,470 mm (56.3″ – 57.9″)
WHEELBASE 1,500 mm (59.1″)
RAKE / TRAIL 25 degrees / 108 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 135 mm (5.3″)
SEAT HEIGHT 810 mm – 825 mm (31.9″ – 32.5″)
FUEL CAPACITY 18 litres (4 imp. gallons)
WET WEIGHT 220 kg (485 lb.)
COLOUR(S) Liquid Metal
Redline

 

 

 

2022 Yamaha Tracer 9 GT – Totalmotorcycle.com European Specifications/Technical Details

Engine
Engine type Liquid-cooled;4-stroke;4-valves;3-cylinder;DOHC
Displacement 890
Bore x stroke 78 x 62.1 mm
Compression ratio 11.5:1
Maximum power 87.5 kW (119 PS) @ 10,000 rpm
Maximum torque 93.0 Nm (9.5 kg-m) @ 7,000 rpm
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 5.0 L/100km
CO2 emission 116 g/km
Fuel system Fuel Injection
Chassis
Frame Diamond
Caster angle 25° 00’
Trail 108 mm
Front suspension system Telescopic fork
Rear suspension system Swingarm
Front travel 130 mm
Rear travel 137 mm
Front brake Hydraulic dual disc, Ø 298mm
Rear brake Hydraulic single disc, Ø 245mm
Front tyre 120/70Z R17 M/C (58W) (Tubeless)
Rear tyre 180/55Z R17 M/C (73W) (Tubeless)
Dimensions
Overall length 2,175 mm
Overall width 885 mm
Overall height 1,430 mm – 1,470 mm
Seat height 810 mm – 825 mm
Wheel base 1,500 mm
Minimum ground clearance 135 mm
Wet weight (including full oil and fuel tank) 220 kg
Fuel tank capacity 18 L
Oil tank capacity 3.5 L

 

 

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