The Yamaha R6 Review

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The Yamaha R6 series remains one of the most sophisticated and well-crafted bikes since its introduction in 1999. There are many models of this excellent since its inception. The most recent model features a middleweight design similar to building the two models that precede it. The vast community of motorcycle lovers well received the design. It is easy to understand that Yamaha did the logical thing by leaving the design unchanged throughout its evolution.

According to Yamaha, the R6 model is the most aerodynamic bike ever built by their company. The Yamaha R6 is the fastest 600cc bike around. It boasts a mileage of 15-20 kilometers per liter, moving from zero to a hundred kilometers per hour in 3 seconds. The success of the Yamaha R6 in the AMA middleweight and championship is unrivaled, making it the number one choice for racers.

Built with state of the art technologies, and four-cylinder engine at its core, this bike allows excellent control and speed.

At Zecycles, they have different collections and colors of the Yamaha R6 and the various accessories to customize your need.

Product Specifications

Engine design

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At the heart of the R6 lies an Ultra-compact and lightweight 600cc DOHC liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine built from the latest motorcycle technology housing sixteen titanium valves. A high compression ratio of the gear and lightweight pistons were installed to improve revving power.

The ceramic plated cylinder bores provide excellent heat dissipation and reduced friction. Magnesium engine covers minimize engine weight.

Its engine comes equipped with an aluminum fuel tank strategically placed to lower the bike’s center of gravity. The container can hold as much as 5 gallons of fuel.

The fuel injection method is based on shower style injection for fuel optimization at high rpm.

Frame design

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The body dimension of 80.3 in x 27.4 in x 45.3 in, featuring an aerodynamic structure that contributes to its high racing capabilities. The GP- style delta box frame is an elite structure perfected over the years in the design.

The magnesium subframe removes weight from the rear of the motorcycle for increased mass concentration.

The seat was designed to provide riders with maximum comfort during racing. The flat seat makes it easier to reach the ground and drift at racing speeds.

Compact 6-speed Transmission

The compact 6-speed Transmission produces power and acceleration to balance the energy produced by the engine. The output and input stacks are combined with the crankshaft in a triangular pattern to reduce weight. The idea behind this placement is to reduce the size of the engine for optimal bike handling

Electronic system

The Yamaha R6 is equipped with state of the art ride by wire Yamaha chip controlled throttle (YCCT) which functions as a sensor for the throttle input. This sensor determines the ideal throttle valve opening and then actuates the throttle valve to control intake volume actively. This technology gives the rider control even at racing speeds

The Yamaha R6 features a variable intake system that electronically changes the sufficient intake tract length to suit the engine for a more retractable powerband.

You can enjoy your trips, even on bad roads. An adjustable traction system (TCS) enables you to manage terrible road conditions by controlling the traction. The TCS intervenes smoothly to minimize the disruption from the adverse road conditions.

There are three different drive modes on the R6 (Standard mode, A- mode, B- mode), which allows you to pick your riding preference.

It combines a stylish blend of analog and digital console on the dashboard. This allows you to view relevant information such as fuel economy and mileage.

Yamaha R6: Pros

High Power Rating

The Yamaha R6 was the first 600cc production that would produce over a 100hp. Considering its size, this is very impressive for a lightweight motorcycle, weighing less than 180kg at full tank. Even the worthy competitors like the Kawasaki ninja ZX-6R, Triumph Daytona 765 and Suzuki GSX-R600 can’t outshine the Yamaha R6.

Excellent for Racing

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If you love racing, then having the R6 gives you an edge already in the race. You are provided with more acceleration than you ever need.

You can still use it as a personal motorcycle for your day to day activity.

This is an excellent machine. It is a beast in the superbike section. It can reach a top speed of 160 miles per hour.

Superb handling

This bike gives you fantastic control even at top speed due to its highly-developed suspension and refined ergonomics. The super-powered engine provides you with more power than you would ever need; however, an accident is inevitable without control. The super developed traction system, D-modes, and powerful brakes allow you to handle this beast at high speed. Be careful not to misuse this power of your bike.

Easy personalization

The Yamaha R6 is easy to work on. Perhaps you love to customize your bike to suit your riding needs? There are several attachments you can couple with this motorcycle

Maybe you want your bike in a particular shade of color? It is available in blue, orange, matte black, silver, white, and grey and raven. Suit yourself.

Yamaha R6: Cons

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High price

The cost is as much as $13,000, which is a little expensive.

Inability to carry passengers

This bike was built for a single rider. It was not intended to carry passengers. If you are serious about moving someone, I would suggest getting a different motorcycle.

Uncomfortable riding

There is no passenger support. Unless you are in an aggressive riding position, it might be uncomfortable to ride. It is almost impossible to have a leisure cruise on this bike.

Would you like to tame the beast? The Yamaha R6 is the bike you want to ride. It is fitted with a lot of high-performance components to justify its price.

Zeecycles offers the best deal on the Yamaha R6. You can order from any location, and we would ensure that it gets to you in record time.







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