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MOTORCYCLE YAMAHA YZF-R6 2005

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MOTORCYCLE YAMAHA YZF-R6 2005 Superbike RACING. We started out to give the 2005 R6 more horsepower and a new fork, and wound nearly new motorcycle engineering.
Stay in front of the Supersport wars takes power:
New camshaft
Bigger throttle bodies
Improved fuel injection
Revised intake channel

YAMAHA MOTORCYCLE R1 2005 SUPERBIKE RACING

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Yamaha R1 2005 Superbike racing. Motorcycle engine yamaha R1 2005 is really tough class in 2004, R1 Superbike motorcycles in dominance in Canada.

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MAJOR YAMAHA MOTORCYCLE. Great news and mengemparkan world motorcycle YAMAHA YZF-R15, almost nothing else seems worth waiting for and then you see a motorcycle Yamaha FZ 150 cc. You can view the official photo f the FZ 150 above - you know what I'm talking about.

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YAMAHA MOTORCYCLE COLLECTION




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Yamaha Motorcycle Collection. World motorcycle racing yamaha engine, known as the other brand motorcycle, yamaha motorcycles dominate the segment with 600 cc engine with the model R6

2011 KTM 350 SX-F Review,Price,Image

2011 KTM 350 SX-F Review,Price,Image

Dirt Rider was out today to get the first ride on the 2011 KTM 350 SX-F, one of the most talked about machines of the decade. By going rogue and ignoring the rules, or guidelines, KTM has once again built a bike that fit into the need, seemingly answering a question a lot of riders have asked and no one has answered. Until now.

The 350 is just that, a 350. Smack-dab in the middle of where current 250Fs and 450Fs are. It is like that in weight feel (245 pounds, full of gas) and in power. A great place for the vast majority of riders who need more than a 250F has and not as much as a 450F offers.

The 350 SX-F was four years in the making, the engineers trying a few different engine configurations before settling on this one. Like most modern motocrossers it features DOHC, but all four of its valves are titanium and it's the only one with Formula 1-style finger followers like those employed on the KTM RC8 superbike. These let the valves open quicker and farther for higher rev capability, and sure enough the 350 revs to a stratospheric 13,000 rpm.

KTM invited the U.S. moto-press to the new Pala Raceway south of Temecula, California, not far from where the company's West Coast operation is based. Strangely, given that the venue just landed an AMA national (at Glen Helen's expense), we were limited to the Vet track. But it turned out this track suited the 350 perfectly, as it had plenty of short straights and tight turns that played up the bike's rapid acceleration and stellar handling.

Spesification

Engine
type Single cylinder,
4-stroke
Displacement 349.7 cc
Bore
x stroke 88/57.5 mm
Compression
ratio 13.5:1
Starter Electric starter/12V 3
Ah
Transmission 5 gears
Carburetor Keihin EFI, throttle
body 42 mm
Control 4 V/DOHC with finger
followers
Lubrication Pressure lubrication
with 2 oil pumps
Engine
lubrication Motorex, SAE 10W50
Primary
drive 24:73
Final
drive 14:50
Cooling Liquid cooled
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch,
operated hydraulically
Ignition Keihin EMS


Frame Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4
Subframe Aluminium
Handlebar Renthal, Aluminium Ø 28/22 mm (1.10/0.87")
Front suspension WP USD Ø 48 mm (1.89")
Rear suspension WP-Monoshock with linkage
Suspension travel front/rear 300/330 mm
Brakes, front/rear Disc brakes 260/220 mm (10.24/8.66")
Rims, front/rear 1.60 x 21"; 2.15 x 19" Excel
Tires, front/rear 80/100-21"; 110/90-19"
Chain 5/8 x 1/4"
Main silencer Aluminium
Steering head angle 63.5°
Wheel base 1495±10 mm
Ground clearance (unloaded) 375 mm
Seat height 992 mm
Tank capacity approx. 7.5 liters
Weight (no fuel) approx. 103.9 kg



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The Best Kawasaki ZX-12R 2011

Did we mention the ZX-12R is undefeated in Formula Superbike and a major contender in Streetbike Shootout in AMA ProStar drag racing? And adjustable suspension components straight off the top shelf deliver impeccable handling and grown up ergonomics ensure a comfortable ride, even in predator status. For horsepower junkies, the muscular DOHC mill is built to satisfy your primal urges for hard acceleration.

Cycle World in 2002 summed it up nicely: If top speed is your bottom line, Kawasaki rules! The ZX-12R begins with a rigid monocoque aluminum backbone that wraps closely around the huge 1,199cc digitally fuel injected engine for unparalleled handling and cornering agility. Their bike of choice is the Ninja® ZX-12R, quite simply the strongest and most advanced Kawasaki sportbike ever. They’re creatures of power, intelligence and skill, and all before them flee or cower in submission.  Apex straffing fanatics roam the hills and the valleys.

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Suzuki GSV-R Motorcycle

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Kawasaki History 2011

Lighter versions were developed in the shape of the 250cc Samurai and the 350cc A7 Avenger, but again, these machines didn't capture Having initially produced low powered machines, Kawasaki, using the knowledge acquired from Meguro, turned their attention towards bigger bikes, and in 1966 produced the W1, a 650cc machine that was heavier and slower than its rivals, so enjoyed limited success. By 1962, their name had disappeared. Having once been regarded as 'the senior make and king of four-strokes', Meguro turned away from their British influence with disastrous results.

In 1960, the company signed a deal with the oldest motorcycle company in Japan, Meguro Motorcycles, whose fortunes had declined since being a major motorcycle manufacturer from their birth in 1937. Around this time, an unsuccessful attempt was made to break into the scooter sector; the Fuji Rabbit and the Mitsubishi Silver Penguin proving too strong an opposition. Meihatsu, a subsidiary of the Kawasaki Aircraft Company, gave its name to the first complete motorbike produced by the company. Kawasaki and BMW had enjoyed a close relationship that stemmed from their days as aircraft builders.

The company's first offerings were a 60cc two stroke, and a150cc and 250cc four stroke respectively, which were developed using German technology. Historically, the company had been involved in heavy industry, including the manufacture of aircraft, ships and trains. Although by 1949 they were producing engines that could be adapted for motorcycle use, the first real motorbike didn't appear until 1954.  As with the story of many other motorcycle manufacturing companies, Kawasaki's history began on entirely different lines.