2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE

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2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE
2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE

2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE
2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE

2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE
2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE

2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE
2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE


– 2006 Yamaha FJR1300AE

FJR1300AE – Supersport Touring Perfection

We have taken our legendary FJR and have added many new features to accommodate the requirements of our customers.

Making it easier to use, and more comfortable while still maintaining the performance, handling and power characteristics that make it so much fun to ride. The YCC-S system provides effortless city and stop and plus increased open road comfort thanks to its new “auto” clutch. We have also addressed numerous customer requests by designing an all new air flow management system that reduces the amount of heat to the rider. Plus we have made the bike more adaptable to an individual’s riding preference with an adjustable handlebar and seat. New bodywork, lights, mirrors, and instrumentation raise the level of quality once again , while a new unified braking system with standard ABS add to the FJR’s exceptional functionality.



Key Features:
FJR1300AE receives, in addition to the other `06 refinements listed, heated grips and a Yamaha excusive electric-shift five-speed transmission that eliminates the clutch lever entirely—now you can click off supersmooth shifts using either the left bar-mounted paddles or the foot-operated gearshift lever.

145 horsepower, a light and rigid aluminum frame, sportbike running gear and standard hard sidebags go beautifully together.

Pushbutton adjustable windscreen and a thick comfy seat for two are perfect for comfortable, long-distance riding.

The world’s first supersport touring bike gets a host of refinements—including standard ABS and adjustable ergonomics that widen the gap between it and common sport tourers to a gaping chasm.

Advanced air management system and new bodywork, keep the FJR looking and feeling cool.

New for 2006:
Yamaha brings another industry first – a computer operated clutch and electronic shift actuators, eliminate the need to operate the clutch and improves shift effort.

New sharper-looking bodywork and air-management system keep the bike and rider much cooler; a new central vent beneath the instrument panel now cools the rider and reduces negative pressure, and new fairing side panels with 1.2-inch adjustability let the rider direct airflow.

New, curved radiator with revised ducting and twin-ring cooling fans keep engine and cockpit cool.

Adjustable ergonomics: the seat can be adjusted up or down by nearly an inch, and handlebar pullback angle is now three-position adjustable over a half-inch range. Rear shock adjustment is simplified

A 1.3-inch longer swingarm provides even better ride and handling characteristics.

A bigger windscreen is now adjustable over a wider range, for improved wind protection with reduced negative pressure.

Standard equipment Unified Braking System w/ABS: The front brake lever activates six of the eight front braking pistons and two rear pistons; the rear brake pedal activates two rear pistons and the other two front pistons—for balanced anti-lock braking in all conditions.

Taller overall secondary gearing reduces engine rpm for more comfortable long-distance cruising.

New-design rear frame with integrated grab handle makes lifting the bike onto the centerstand easier, and reduces overall width with bags mounted by an inch.

Passenger footpegs are moved down nearly an inch, forward 1.5 inches and out 0.5 inch for more comfort.

Redesigned instrument panel reflects the FJR1300’s premium quality, and now includes real-time fuel mileage, average fuel mileage, air temp gauge and gear-position indicator.

New headlights feature easy-access adjustment knobs; new mirrors are easy to adjust and retract horizontally.

Revised throttle cable pulley gives lighter-action throttle pull.

Glove box can now be opened whenever the key is in the On position, and contains a 12V outlet for phones, GPS units, electric vests, etc.

Integrated front turn signals with clear lenses add to the FJR1300’s cutting-edge aerodynamic bodywork.

An additional catalyst and a heated O2 sensor are located in the exhaust for increased control range and low emissions.

Compact, lightweight 1298cc, DOHC, 16-valve, liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine delivers massive power and torque (145 hp @ 8000 rpm and 99 ft.-lbs. of torque @ 7000 rpm, respectively) for an unequaled spread of muscle over a wide rpm range.

Engine is a fully stressed chassis member, allowing for a lightweight frame design.

Slant-block engine design uses stacked, tri-axis gearbox shafts that help minimize powerplant size while optimizing chassis geometry for balanced weight distribution and great handling.

Lightweight forged pistons with carburized connecting rods provide superb strength and reduced reciprocating mass for outstanding high-rpm durability.

Patented electroplated ceramic composite cylinder bores ensure greater heat dissipation and thus reduced frictional power loss.

Advanced fuel injection system is ideal for long-distance supersport-touring, delivering crisp, seamless throttle response in a variety of altitude/weather conditions.

New, curved radiator and ducting with twin ring fans, insulated fuel tank, etc., for improved cooling.

Gear shift shaft features a needle-roller bearing to reduce friction for silky-smooth shifting.

Shaft final drive system is super-durable and virtually maintenance-free.

Low-vibration crankshaft with two gear-driven secondary counterbalancers help deliver a glass-smooth ride with reduced rider/passenger fatigue.

Constant-mesh 5-speed transmission utilizes wide ratios to deliver relaxed long-distance touring performance combined with seamless power and acceleration.

Four-into-one-into-two stainless steel exhaust optimizes engine performance across the powerband.

Wet-sump oil system uses an easy-access cartridge-type oil filter mounted on the engine’s left side.

Additional Features:
Slimmer profile–reduced width by over one-inch for better maneuverability.

Subframe-fitted quick-release luggage mounts provide easy use of the standard accessory hard sidecases, which are conveniently matched to the ignition key.

Long dual seat features two-part construction using different foam densities for the front and rear sections, ensuring plush comfort for both rider and passenger.

Ergonomically shaped, large-capacity, 6.6-gallon fuel tank offers excellent comfort and range and is constructed of steel allowing for the use of magnetic tankbags.

New instrument panel contains an electronic analog speedometer and tachometer; LCD digital odometer, dual tripmeters, gear position indicator, fuel, coolant and air temperature gauges, and clock; lights for neutral, high beam, turn signals, low oil and engine warnings—as well as real-time mileage, average mileage and air temperature.

Sleek, cat-eye dual 12V 60/55-watt multi-reflector headlight throws an extremely broad beam for superb visibility.

Powerful dual-bulb taillight features integrated turn signals for a slick, one-piece look that’s aerodynamic and conspicuous.

Standard toolkit located in convenient storage compartment under passenger seat.




Engine 4-stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC, 16 valve, in-line four w/EFI
Displacement 1298 cc
Bore and Stroke 79 x 66.2 mm
Compression Ratio 10.8:1
Maximum Torque 13.7 kg-m (99.1 ft-lb) @ 7,000 rpm
Fuel Delivery EFI
Ignition Digital TCI
Transmission Wide ratio, 5-speed, YCC-S auto clutch
Final Drive Shaft

Suspension (Front) Fully adjustable 48mm fork
Suspension (Rear) Adjustable link Monocross
Brakes (Front) Dual 320mm discs
Brakes (Rear) 282mm disc
Tires (Front) 120/70 ZR17
Tires (Rear) 180/55 ZR17

Length 2,240mm (88.2”)
Width 745mm (29.3”)
Height 1,466mm (57.7”)
Wheelbase 1,550mm (61”)
Seat Height 805mm (31.7”) to 825mm (32.5″)
Dry Weight 268kg (589.6 lbs)
Fuel Capacity 25 liters (5.5 Imp. gal.)
Colour(s) Bluish Silver

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