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    Lightbulb Yamaha Unveils 2014 FZ-09 850 Triple

    Yamaha Unveils 2014 FZ09 850 Triple -1220457Yamaha Unveils 2014 FZ09 850 Triple -1220458Yamaha Unveils 2014 FZ09 850 Triple -1220459Yamaha Unveils 2014 FZ09 850 Triple -1220461


    Yamaha MT-09 is a whole new concept in sport bike design. With a compact new chassis and high-torque 3-cylinder engine, this new generation performance machine is designed for riders who appreciate character and soul.
    The beating heart of this new kind of animal is a lightweight 850cc 3-cylinder engine that kicks out a wide band of raw, linear torque giving outstanding acceleration that gets your adrenaline flowing.
    And for agile handling this dynamic new naked motard-style bike is equipped with a compact aluminium chassis and upright riding position that make light work of everything - from weekday urban riding through to Sunday morning blasts.

    SPECS:

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    Engine type: liquid-cooled
    Displacement: 847 cm?
    Bore x stroke: 78.0 mm x 59.1 mm
    Compression ratio: 11.5 : 1
    Maximum power: 84.6 kW (115PS) @ 10,000 rpm
    Maximum Torque: 87.5 Nm (8.9 kg-m) @ 8,500 rpm
    Lubrication system: Wet sump
    Carburettor: Fuel Injection
    Clutch Type: Wet
    Ignition system: TCI
    Starter system: Electric
    Transmission system: Constant Mesh
    Final transmission: Chain

    Chassis


    Frame: Diamond
    Front suspension system: Telescopic forks
    Front travel: 137 mm
    Caster Angle: 25?
    Trail: 103 mm
    Rear suspension system: Swingarm
    Rear Trave": 130 mm
    Front brake Hydraulic dual disc, ? 298 mm
    Rear brake Hydraulic single disc, ? 245 mm
    Front tyre 120/70ZR17M/C (58W) (Tubeless)
    Rear tyre 180/55ZR17M/C (73W) (Tubeless)


    Dimensions


    Overall length: 2,075 mm
    Overall width: 815 mm
    Overall height: 1,135 mm
    Seat height: 815 mm
    Wheel base: 1,440 mm
    Minimum ground clearance 135 mm
    Wet weight (including full oil and
    fuel tank)
    188 kg / ABS 191 kg
    Fuel tank capacity 14 L
    Oil tank capacity 3.4 L



    WE hope to see these machines in PAKISTAN in near future in sha ALLAH

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    What a Beast wow
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    Lets hope we should atleast get a 200cc hawk

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    kafi odd position hai rider k liye for shifting gears and brake kafi peechy hain... but im not an expert so peeech paaach...

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    nopes, not odd at all. ye cd 70 nhe ha jisay seedha beth k he chalaya jaye, at high speeds u need to lower ur body to cut the on coming air friction and pressure..

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    Meter part and rear need to be re done ...
    Rest the bike is too good and unique with 3 cylinder engine
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    Yamaha Unveils 2014 FZ09 850 Triple -1223336

    I also think that they have kept this machine in mind while building mt9. and in other forms as well as MCN they are comparing MT9 with Street tripplr R. I loved this one more. because this is also a 3 cylinder bike and naked street performance bike. This one is in my wish list






    Quote Originally Posted by Talhadon View Post
    Meter part and rear need to be re done ...
    Rest the bike is too good and unique with 3 cylinder engine

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    That seems to be a b east, Hopefully we'll see it in Pakistan in coming 10 years
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    Thats nice. The FZ160 (Byson) is what we are waiting for
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    Sanuu ki....As long as it is not in pakistan..Just another thread
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