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1999 Yamaha R6 Specification : YZF-R6 Specs and Review

1999 Yamaha R6 Specification

1999 Yamaha R6 Specification : YZF-R6 Specs and Review

1999 The Yamaha YZF-R6 is pretty great Sport Bike. It is one of the craziest and most influential motorcycles of all time. Yes, yes, do not many journalists use high level superlatives to woo producers and help pay off an advertiser's mortgage? Yes it is, but this time we really have it in mind. So here we go, The 1999 Yamaha R6 Specification : YZF-R6 Specs and Review.

1999 Yamaha R6 Review

I remember the Yamaha r6 Top Speed ​​soaring forward to the top of Philip Island at 165mph, and my heart was pounding with fierce and clear joy as it ran around the ecstatic clairvoyance that lasted as I lay there in the fog. “The South Pacific has arrived,” said the intern.

In short, if the Yamaha R6 could be bottled and sold around street corners, we would be wasting trash by selling our homes in shopping carts, hanging around recycling centers, ripping cans and bottle boxes, everything. which could reap enough money for another big bang - 15,500 rpm. Rehabilitation was troubled.

Gigantic revolutions can do it for a man. 1999 The engine of the Yamaha R6 starts at 9,000 rpm, but at 11,000 rpm. - where most sport bikes are starting to hit their prime - the R6 is starting to wake up in 15,500 terrains, almost unexplored for a standard four-stroke engine.

 Low horsepower is not low, and at first we were tempted to push the clutch to a higher speed range, but the R6 engine spins quickly and hits the desired horsepower range. smoothly and almost instantly.

Yamaha has achieved this high performance YZF-R6 performance with an all new low internal friction engine, improved dynamic air intake system and direct discount. It features side-operated camshafts that allow the 1999 Yamaha R6 to not only maintain the width of the engine, but also ensure a balanced distance between the cylinders to ensure even heating. the key to a powerful, high recovery engine. . Yamaha also introduced entry rails of the same length for quick delivery of the R6.

Despite objections, Yamaha claims that the 1999 Yamaha R6 was equipped with the first dynamic air system. High pressure fresh air is supplied to a large capacity airbox and pushed into 37mm of carbs, where straight inlet ducts of equal length push the air / fuel mixture. to high pressure combustion chambers (12.4: 1), which with spice caps. with dual power supply and low cost corals, ensuring the YZF-R6 retains its powerful power band.

This high tension, high rotation, and high rotation put a little more pressure on the moving parts, especially the valve springs. In response, Yamaha designed this 1999 Yamaha R6 Valve Spring, which they say is 20% lighter. Stronger than conventional valves. 

Lighter, less frost-resistant components that Yamaha have incorporated into the R6 engine include low-braking properties, lighter ceramic cylinders and pistons, connecting rods and a crankshaft. A deeper oil pan also reduces oil frost.

At 10,500 rpm, the Yamaha YZF-R6 is just heating up.

As usual, this cute combination of silver and blue does not fall in the United States. How not to find the colors of cool motorcycles when the United States should finance the IMF? To us, it sounds like fair trade.

The valve springs are VX steel, which simply means "stronger" steel.

A solid aluminum cylinder / crankcase ensures better heat dissipation.

The long, aluminum truss-type lever hinges are closer to the bike's center of gravity, allowing a stable ride on such a short (54.4 ″ / 1382mm) motorcycle.

The same four-legged brakes that worked well on the R1 also worked well on the R6.

Yamaha claims that all equates to 120 horsepower with a crank cylinder or 108 horsepower to no avail. The CBR600F4 measured 98.9 horsepower and in 1999. The Yamaha R6 is more powerful. To give the trash some strength, expect around 107 horsepower measured in the dynamo, and a little more speed with envy.

1999 Yamaha R6 Specification

Here's The Data of 1999 Yamaha YZF-R6 Specs that we knew. Hopefully this Specification in the table below is Helpful

1999 Yamaha YZF-R6 Specification
Displacement: 600.00cm (36.61 cubic inches)
Engine type: In-line four, four-stroke
Power: 120.00 HP (87.6 kW)) @ 13000 RPM
Torque: 68.10 Nm (6.9 kgf-m or 50.2 ft.lbs) @ 11500 RPM
Compression: 12.4:1
Bore x stroke: 65.5 x 44.5 mm (2.6 x 1.8 inches)
Valves per cylinder: 4
Cooling system: Liquid
Chassis, Suspension, Brakes and Wheels
Front   wheel travel: 130 mm (5.1 inches)
Rear wheel   travel: 120 mm (4.7 inches)
Front tire: 120/60-ZR17 55W
Rear tire: 180/55-ZR17 73W
Front brakes: Dual disc
Front brakes   diameter: 295 mm (11.6 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes   diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches)

Physical measures and capacities
Dry weight: 168.0 kg (370.4 pounds)
Power/weight   ratio: 0.7143 HP/kg
Seat height: 820 mm (32.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall   height: 1,105 mm (43.5 inches)
Overall   length: 2,025 mm (79.7 inches)
Overall width: 690 mm (27.2 inches)
Ground   clearance: 135 mm (5.3 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,380 mm (54.3 inches)
0 to   60 mph: 3.0–3.35 sec.
0 to 1⁄4 mi: 10.97 @ 125.18 mph
Top speed: 157–160 mph
Fuel economy: 38.0–38.1 mpg               

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