Liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, EURO5, 4-stroke, 4-valves, DOHC
BORE X STROKE
79.0 × 50.9 mm
13,0 : 1
147,1 kW (200.0 PS) @ 13.500 rpm
113.3 Nm (11.6 kg-m) @ 11,500 rpm
Electronic Fuel Injection
Wet, Multiple Disc
Aluminium Deltabox, Diamond
FRONT SUSPENSION STROKE
Hydraulic dual discs, Ø320 mm
(link suspension), Swingarm
REAR SUSPENSION STROKE
Hydraulic single disc, Ø220 mm
120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) Tubeless
190/55 ZR17M/C (75W) Tubeless
PERMITTED TOTAL WEIGHT
USABABLE TANK VOLUME
World GP 60th Anniversary livery
First seen on Yamaha’s early GP bikes, the R1 World GP 60th Anniversary’s iconic red speed block design on a pure-white bodywork is amongst the most famous and best-loved graphics of all time. The thick red stripe running along the top of the tank and tail captures the spirit of the pioneering factory racers – while the gold-coloured wheels and yellow front number plate are coming straight from the racetrack.
Aerodynamic M1-style bodywork
The R1 World GP 60th Anniversary looks ultra-sharp with its M1-style cowling and fully integrated fairing that give the bike an aggressive race-developed profile. By enabling you to tuck in close to the bike, this lightweight bodywork achieves the highest levels of aerodynamic efficiency for outstanding high-speed performance.
High-efficiency crossplane engine
The R1 World GP 60th Anniversary's 998cc EU5 engine features a crossplane crankshaft with an uneven 270°-180 -90°-180° firing sequence that delivers strong, linear torque. And the high-efficiency intake system along with specially designed finger-follower rocker arms contribute towards the remarkable high rpm performance of this race developed engine.
43 mm KYB front forks
The R1 World GP 60th Anniversary is equipped with high-specification 43 mm KYB forks featuring laminated type damping valves. Together with the advanced rear shock, this suspension system gives you a sensation of being connected directly to the road surface, making the R1 WGP feel as if it is an extension of your body.
Brake Control (BC) System
Technology is transforming the way we ride, and the latest R1 World GP 60th Anniversary features no fewer than seven electronic control systems. Featuring two modes, the Brake Control (BC) system analyses data, such as lean angle and slipping acceleration and modulates hydraulic brake pressure, to prevent wheel lock ups.
Engine Brake Management (EBM) system
Control is everything when you're on the road or track, and the 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.
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