Modern Technique Yamaha XJR 1300
The Yamaha XJR 1300 has now developed into a real cult machine. This is partly due to the unique design and the other to the modern technique of this motorcycle. Through various extensions and alterations to the Yamaha XJR 1300 can be adapted to every individual taste. This machine is built since 1999. Periodically, she has undergone a facelift and also technically modernized a bit. However, the modifications were not so serious, so that the machine always retained its exterior appearance. The Yamaha XJR 1300 is especially popular with motorcyclists who prefer large, heavy machines with high performance.
The Yamaha XJR 1300 is powered by a four-cylinder in-line engine. The engine is air-cooled and has double overhead camshafts. From the 1251 cc engine has a power output of 72 kW or 98 hp converted can be retrieved. This benefit is achieved already at an engine speed of 6385 revolutions per minute. The maximum torque of 92 Nm is reached just below the rated speed. This machine is ideal for driving in the lower speed range. Thus, simply cruising the country roads is possible. The power is transmitted via a five-speed manual transmission with a chain to the rear wheel. The rear wheel has a diameter of 17 inches and is equipped with a 180 tire.
Since the Yamaha XJR 1300 has a double-loop tubular frame made of steel and a large engine, it reaches a weight of 241 kg. Despite this relatively high mass an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.6 seconds is possible. The top speed is just over 200 km / h The fuel consumption is approximately at 7 liters per 100 km. To delay this machine is equipped with two brake discs on the front wheel. These have a diameter of 298 mm. At the rear there is a disc with a diameter of 267 mm.