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    Thumbs up The Ultimate FZR Thread

    FZRs are among the hot selling series of the 90s and their production was ceased when the YZFs, the more improved form of the FZRs were brought into production. The FZRs are still liked across the world, gold is gold they say

    I'll post pics of the bikes, since FZRs have been much alike in colour (the renowned red/white colour scheme) people find it difficult to differentiate which is which, because the re/white colour scheme is found in all cc class.

    FZR150, not sure about the model year and could find only one pic. Not many were produced, a rare bike to find.
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - ResizeofFZR150

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    Default The 250s

    The 250s were brought to market first in the year 1986. The bike was featured with a Genesis engine, single front disk brake and in only red/white colour scheme. The 1986-87 models were 2kr/2rf models.

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1986 87
    A modified 86 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 250 86 1

    1988-89 models were 3HX1/3HX2/3HX3, slight changes made to the fairings:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1988 89

    1990-91 model 3LN1/3LN2 came with the revolutionary EXUP valve, 45HP, dual front disk brakes and Deltabox 1 main frame:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 90 91

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 3LN1 90 1

    1992 models FZR250R 3LN3/3LN4 (Single opening twin headlights) Rest of the features were almost the same, produced 45HP:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1992
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 250 92 1

    1993 FZR250R 3LN6 HP was reduced to 40 in later models
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1993 250

    1994 FZR250R 3LN7 40ps@14,000rpm
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1993 94
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    I shall resume with the 400 and later models later.
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    Default The 400s

    1986 marked the beginning of the 400cc class of FZR. The first model was the 1WG Genesis model.
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400 1wg

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 400 86

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 400 86 1

    The 1987 model was given the name FZR400RSP EXUP, it was 2TK model with fully adjustable rear shock and an oil cooler.
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400r 2tk

    The 3EN1 1988 model came with same features except for the shift in ram air pipe position, which shifted to just above the headlights.
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400 3en1

    A modified EN1:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 400 89 1

    The 1989 EN2 model which looked much alike the 1990 model 250, and almost same colour schemes had similar specs as previous model, except for the shift in ram air pipe positioning, the pipes were shifted below the headlights again. I came to know I wasn't the only one who didn't like the above headlight ram air pipe position
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400r 3en2

    The 1990 model was a completely new one inthe 400cc class. It was named FZR400RR EXUP and it was 3TJ1 model. A true racing bike with new design frame, sleek stylish, meant to be ridden hard on the track:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400rr 3tj1

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 90 3tj 1

    The 3TJ2 1991 model was named FZR400RRSP EXUP. It came with large capacity radiator, one extra fibre and one metal clutch plate, and different rear calliper bracket. The FZR was on a way to modernization.
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400rr 3tj2

    The 3TJ6 model produced in 1992 and 93 had same features as the previous model, only 500 of these bikes were produced so finding one in Pakistan is quite rare. Anybody got one?
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400rr 3tj6

    The 1994 3TJ7 model came with only a change in colours, again only 500 units were produced:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr400rr 3tj7
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    Default The 600s

    The 600s have had great many changes in the shape and some other specs. I am not much sure of the model names but as far as I know all the models were 3HE, and they were Genesis models, someone correct me if I am wrong.

    The 1987 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 88

    1998 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 88 1

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 88 2

    1989 model, with ram air pipe above the headlight:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 89

    The 1990 model came with wider rear tyre and 4 pot front calipers.
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 90UK

    1991 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 91

    1992 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 92

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 6  92

    1993:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 93

    A modified 1994:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 95 1

    1995:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 95 2

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 600 95 3
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    Default The 750s

    The 750s were perhaps not among the hot favorites, even on the internet I could find little information on bike and its pics. However I read that it came with 5 valves per cylinder and the correct tuned bike gave 18km per liter, the top speed was 240km/h:
    A 1987 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - YamahaFZR750873

    An 88 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - jamz fone 088

    An unknown 750 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 750 90 1
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    Default The 1000s

    The 1000s were fast and track style bikes that improved with the passage of time. Many around the world still run races on their race-tuned FZR 1Ks. Some spend $$$ to give it a whole new look instead of going for a new one, its the magic they have got within

    The 1987 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - jamz fone 088

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - Resizeof1000 87 1 1

    1998:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1000 88 1 1

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1000 88 1

    1990:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1000FZR 1

    1991 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1000 91 1 1

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1000 91

    The Ultimate FZR Thread - fzr1000 1

    1993 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - Resizeof1000 93 1

    A modified 1994 model:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - Resizeof1000 94 1

    A group photo:
    The Ultimate FZR Thread - 1000s 2
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    Itss tooooo classic bro spare parts not available any where in world now

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    Thats another nice & informative thread by 7thgear (Y)
    Exploring Machines is my Passion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmed1984mirza View Post
    Itss tooooo classic bro spare parts not available any where in world now
    Its true partly. However not all parts are extinct. I heard that even its carbs can be imported. Sometimes parts of other bikes can be used as well. About two years ago I lost the speedo cable inner wire as the outer cable got loose from the tyre side and the inner cable fall somewhere, new one could not be found however I was successful to have a new one built manually looking just alike the original one, so there are bypass ways and thats why we keep seeing even old models on the streets.
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    @7th gear personally i don't recommend 4 cylinder bikes because 4 cylinder are too complicated to tune i own bandit 250 and tunning of its carbs are too complex for a simple mechanic have to go to expert and they charge you what they want i am a gr8 lover of gs 500 a simple n straight ride got everything what a biker want

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    ^It depends, I've been riding mine for more than 4 years now, no engine issues, if you don't mess with the carbs they won't mess with you ever, its like the principle of science that every action has a reaction
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    @7thgear

    Very well said. Among the four cylinders sporties FZR series bikes are best & most easy to maintain.
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    ^Thanks
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    nice bike!

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    I also own Yamaha FZR600R and no doubt it is one hell of a bike.. It is the same as in the picture shown with not even a minor difference except the exhaust..
    The Ultimate FZR Thread -149084 The Ultimate FZR Thread -149085

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