Yamaha FZR 400

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1989 Yamaha FZR400R

The Yamaha FZR 400 was first introduced in 1986 and was produced until 1994 inclusive.

The motorcycle was available not only in Japan, but in certain years it was sold in foreign markets - North America and Europe. The first versions of the Yamaha FZR 400 had a steel frame, a Genesis engine without EXUP (a solenoid valve in the exhaust manifold that changes the exhaust section depending on engine speed) and 2-piston front brakes. In addition to the main version, a sports modification was almost always offered in parallel (it differs in the R, RR, SP indices in the name), which had more advanced components, other gearbox settings and positioned itself as a version for the track. Subsequently, in the process of restyling, the basic version received more and more components from the sports version, which led to the fact that in the early 90s the basic modification left the market, completely giving way to the track version.

Among the features of the Yamaha FZR 400 are an aluminum Deltabox frame, an in-line 4-cylinder Genesis engine (the cylinders are tilted forward as much as possible, which contributed to a lower center of gravity and increased handling of the motorcycle), powerful 4-piston front brakes, an inertial boost system and about 185 kg of curb weight ...

The model was discontinued in 1994 and did not receive further development. One of the reasons for the refusal of all the Japanese "four" from high-powered small-cubic sports motorcycles was a low engine resource and rather expensive production (often 400-cc versions had most of the components and technical solutions from older versions).

Yamaha FZR Series Lineup:

The main competitors of the Yamaha FZR400RR in the class:

Photos

Yamaha FZR400RR SP
Yamaha FZR400R
Yamaha FZR400 Genesis



Specifications

Specifications Yamaha FZR400 / FZR400R / FZR400RR:

ModelYamaha FZR 400 / FZR400R / FZR400RR-SP
Motorcycle typesport
Release year1986-1994
Framesteel tubular - FZR400 (1986-1988)

aluminum Deltabox - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume399 cc cm.
Bore / stroke56mm x 40.5mm
Compression ratio11.5: 1 - FZR400 (1986-1988)

12.2: 1 - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Coolingliquid
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply systemcarburetor, 4x Mikuni BDS32 - FZR400 (1986-1988)

carburetor, 4x Mikuni BDST32 - FZR400R / RR (1989-1991)

carburetor, 4x Keihin FCR32 - FZR400RR-SP (1992-1994)

Ignition typeTCI
Maximum power59 hp (43.4 kW) @ 12,000 rpm - FZR400 (1986-1992)

53 h.p. (39.0 kW) - FZR400 (1993-1994)

Maximum torque39 Nm (4.0 kgm) at 9500 rpm
Gearbox6-speed
Drive typechain
Front tire size110 / 70-17 53H - FZR400 (1986-1988)

120 / 60-17 55H - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Rear tire size140 / 60-18 64H - FZR400 (1986-1988)

160 / 60-17 69H - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Front brakes2 discs, 298mm, 2-piston calipers - FZR400 (1986-1988)

2 discs, 298 mm, 4-piston calipers - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Rear brakes1 disc, 220mm, 1-piston caliper - FZR400 (1986-1988)

Single disc, 220mm, 2-piston caliper - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Front suspensionTelescopic Fork, 130mm Travel - FZR400 (1986-1988)

Telescopic Fork, 120mm Travel - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Rear suspensionpendulum with monoshock, stroke - 130 mm
Length2070 mm - FZR400 (1986-1988)

1975 mm - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Width690 mm - FZR400 (1986-1988)

705 mm - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Height1125 mm - FZR400 (1986-1988)

1090 mm - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Wheelbase1400 mm - FZR400 (1986-1988)

1365 mm - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Saddle height785mm - FZR400 (1986-1988)

760 mm - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Acceleration to 100 km / h4.3 sec
Maximum speed200 km / h
Fuel tank capacity18 L - FZR400 (1986-1988)

15 L - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

Motorcycle weight (curb)186 kg - FZR400 (1986-1988)

185 kg - FZR400R / RR (1989-1994)

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