Yamaha XJR 1300

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Yamaha XJR1300C Racer

The Yamaha XJR 1300 appeared in 1998 as a successor to Yamaha XJR 1200. Compared to the previous version, the new one received a larger engine (1188 → 1250 cm³) with a new coating (improves heat dissipation) and forged pistons; new wheel dimensions (130 / 70ZR17 → 120 / 70ZR17, 170 / 60ZR17 → 180 / 55ZR17) and new adjustable suspensions.

In the first year of production, the Yamaha XJR1300 was only available in the domestic Japanese market (externally distinguished by gold Brembo calipers), but since 1999 it has been on sale in Europe and Australia (export versions differed in blue calipers from Yamaha R1, which appeared on Japanese modifications since 2000).

In 2000, the Yamaha XJR 1300 underwent more than 200 changes that were not noticeable at first glance, but led to a reduction in the total weight of the motorcycle by 8 kg.

In 2003, the model receives changes in emissions (to comply with updated environmental standards), lightweight wheels from FZS1000 (export versions only). Since 2004, modifications for all markets have received a common speedometer marked up to 260 km / h.

For 2007, the model gets electronic fuel injection instead of carburetors and an EXUP valve in the muffler (the muffler itself is moved to the right-hand side, instead of the old dual-pipe arrangement on the sides).

In 2015, the model undergoes a restyling, making a bias towards retro and changing the name to - ' Yamaha XJR1300C . In addition to the basic version, there is also a cafe-racer-style version - ' Yamaha XJR1300C Racer . It was distinguished by the presence of a front half fairing and a low steering wheel (clip-ons).

2016 was the last year of production of the model, after which it finally left the market. The main reason for the refusal to develop the model was another tightening of environmental standards, which the old air engine did not meet, and the European safety requirements, according to which all motorcycles sold in the EU must be equipped with ABS.

XJR Series Lineup:

The main competitors of the Yamaha XJR 1300 in the class:

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Specifications

Specifications Yamaha XJR 1300:

ModelYamaha XJR1300
Motorcycle typeroad
Release year1998-2016
Framesteel tubular
Engine type4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume1250 cm³
Bore / stroke79.0 x 63.8mm
Compression ratio9.7: 1
Coolingair
Number of valves per cylinderDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply systemCarburetor, 4x Mikuni BS36 - XJR1300 (1998-2006)

Injector, 2x ACW34 - XJR1300 (2007-2015), XJR1300C

Ignition typedigital TCI
Maximum power100.0 h.p. (73.5 kW) at 8000 rpm - XJR1300 (Japan)

98.0 h.p. (71.9 kW) @ 8000 rpm - XJR1300C (Japan)

106 h.p. (78 kW) at 8000 rpm - max. power for XJR1300 (Europe, Australia)

Maximum torque98.1 Nm (10.0 kg * m) at 6000 rpm - XJR1300 (Japan, 1998-1999)

98.1 Nm (10.0 kg * m) @ 6500 rpm - XJR1300 (Japan, 2000-2006)

100.0 Nm (10.0 kg * m) @ 6000 rpm - XJR1300 (1999-2006, Europe, Australia)

108.0 Nm (11.0 kg * m) at 6000 rpm - XJR1300 (2007-2015), XJR1300C

Gearbox5-speed
Drive typechain
Front tire size120 / 70ZR17 (58W)
Rear tire size180 / 55ZR17 (73W)
Front brakes2 discs, 298mm, 4-piston calipers
Rear brakes1 disc, 267 mm, 2-piston caliper
Front suspension43mm telescopic fork (fully adjustable), 130mm travel
Rear suspensionpendulum with two shock absorbers (fully adjustable), stroke - 110 mm
Motorcycle length2175 mm - XJR1300

2190 mm - XJR1300C

Motorcycle width780 mm - XJR1300

820 mm - XJR1300C

Motorcycle height1115 mm - XJR1300

1120 mm - XJR1300C

Wheelbase1500 mm
Saddle height775mm - XJR1300 (1998-2006)

795 mm - XJR1300 (2007-2015)

829 mm - XJR1300C

Minimum ground clearance120mm - XJR1300 (1998-2006)

125 mm - XJR1300 (2007-2015)

133 mm - XJR1300C

Acceleration to 100 km / h3.9 sec
Maximum speed240 km / h
Fuel tank capacity21.0 L (including reserve - 4.5 L) - XJR1300

14.5 L (including reserve - 3.1 L) - XJR1300C

Motorcycle weight (curb)253 kg - XJR1300 (1998-1999)

245 kg - XJR1300 (2000-2015)

240 kg - XJR1300C

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