Yamaha R6

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Yamaha R6 (2017+)

Yamaha R6 (YZF-R6) appeared on the market in 1998 (1999 model year) as the successor to Yamaha YZF600R Thundercat (which was also produced in parallel, but positioned itself as a sports tourist) and as a younger version of the model Yamaha R1 (YZF-R1).

The basis was taken a new engine with a volume of about 600 cm³, liquid cooling, producing up to 120 hp. Compared to the Thundercat, the engine is shorter, with low friction forged pistons, a new crankshaft, connecting rods, ignition system, two-pin spark plugs and Mikuni carburettors with throttle position sensor.

In 2001, the Yamaha R6 engine received minor changes that affected the connecting rods, pistons, the exhaust system, the ignition system and the battery (a slightly lighter one, with a lower capacity began to be installed).

In 2003, the model undergoes the first major restyling. The appearance of the plastic and the headlight changes, the wheels become 5-spoke. The updated model gets an injector instead of a carburetor, which has led to a noticeable increase in thrust in the low and medium speed zone, although the maximum power figures remain the same at 120 hp. The new generation of the Deltabox frame. The curb weight is reduced by 6 kg.

In 2005, the Yamaha YZF-R6 changes again. The motorcycle is equipped with a 41 mm inverted fork and radial calipers, the diameter of the front brake discs is increased: 298 → 310 mm. As for the engine, the model receives modified intake and exhaust systems (the diameter of the exhaust manifold has been increased to 40 mm). The dimension of the front tire changes: 120 / 60ZR17 (55W) → 120 / 70ZR17 M / C (58W).

A year later, in 2006, the Yamaha YZF-R6 undergoes another major restyling. The appearance of the plastic, the headlight and the exhaust system is changing. The model gets a new inertial supercharged engine, delivering up to 127 hp. (122 hp - naturally aspirated). The capacity of the fuel tank is increased: 17.0 → 17.5 l. The model also gets an electronic throttle (YCC-T - Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle) and a dual-injector injection system (Mikuni 40EIS → Mikuni 41EIDW). The gearbox ratios change, the clutch receives a slip function. The motorcycle receives a new ignition system (DC CDI → TCI). The engine gets titanium valves, lightweight forged pistons, a titanium exhaust system with EXUP valves, and a lightweight flywheel.

In 2008, the model changes again, although visually it is very similar to the previous generation. The capacity of the fuel tank is slightly reduced: 17.5 → 17.3 l. The engine increases the compression ratio: 12.8 → 13.1. The maximum power rises to 129 hp. (with inertial supercharging). The model receives a system with an automatically variable intake manifold length - YCC-I (Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake).

2010 was marked by another small restyling of the Yamaha YZF-R6 model. The model gets an updated look, a new engine management program and a new exhaust. Its curb weight is 189 kg. The maximum engine power is 123.8 hp.

For 2017, the bike is redesigned with the visual cues of the new Yamaha R1. The model is equipped with a 43 mm inverted fork, a new rear shock absorber, a new braking system (brake discs increased to 320 mm, ABS), an aluminum fuel tank, a magnesium subframe and a new aerodynamic system (reduces air resistance by 8%). There are new electronic systems: TCS (Traction Control System) and D-Mode (Selectable Drive Mode). The maximum power is 118.4 hp. The curb weight is 190 kg.

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Yamaha R6 2017+
Yamaha R6 2017+
Yamaha R6 2017+



Specifications

Technical characteristics of the Yamaha R6 motorcycle:

Model Yamaha R6 (YZF-R6)
Motorcycle type sport
Release year 1999+
Frame aluminum Deltabox
Engine type 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume 599 cm³
Bore / stroke 65.5 x 44.5mm - R6 (1999-2005)

67.0 x 42.5mm - R6 (2006+)

Compression ratio 12.4: 1 - R6 (1999-2005)

12.8: 1 - R6 (2006-2007)

13.1: 1 - R6 (2008+)

Cooling liquid
Number of valves per cylinder DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply system Carburetor, 4x Keihin CVRD37 - R6 (1999-2002)

Injector, 4x Mikuni 38EIS - R6 (2003-2004)

Injector, 4x Mikuni 40EIS - R6 (2005)

Injector, 4x Mikuni 41EIDW - R6 (2006+)

YCC-T (Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle) - R6 (2006+)

YCC-I (Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake) - R6 (2008+)

Ignition type CDI - R6 (1999-2002)

DC CDI - R6 (2003-2005)

TCI - R6 (2006+)

Maximum power 120.0 h.p. (88.0 kW) at 13000 rpm - R6 (1999-2002, 2005-2006)

120.0 h.p. (88.0 kW) at 13500 rpm - R6 (2003-2005)

127.0 h.p. (93.0 kW) at 14500 rpm - R6 (2006-2007)

129.0 h.p. (95.0 kW) at 14500 rpm - R6 (2008-2009)

123.8 h.p. (91.0 kW) at 14500 rpm - R6 (2010-2016)

118.4 h.p. (87.1 kW) @ 14500 rpm - R6 (2017+)

TCS (Traction Control System) - R6 (2017+)

D-Mode (Selectable Drive Mode) - R6 (2017+)

Maximum torque 68.1 Nm (6.9 kg * m) at 11500 rpm - R6 (1999-2002)

68.5 Nm (6.9 kg * m) at 12000 rpm - R6 (2003-2004)

66.5 Nm (6.7 kg * m) at 12000 rpm - R6 (2005)

66.0 Nm (6.7 kg * m) at 12000 rpm - R6 (2006-2007)

65.8 Nm (6.7 kg * m) @ 10500 rpm - R6 (2008-2016)

61.7 Nm (6.3 kg * m) @ 10,500 rpm - R6 (2017+)

Gearbox 6-speed

slip clutch - R6 (2006+)

Drive type chain
Front tire size 120 / 60ZR17 (55W) - R6 (1999-2004)

120 / 70ZR17 M / C (58W) - R6 (2005+)

Rear tire size 180/55 ZR17 (73W)
Front brakes 2 discs, 298mm, 4-piston calipers - R6 (1999-2004)

2 discs, 310mm, 4-piston radial calipers - R6 (2005-2016)

2 discs, 320 mm, 4-piston radial calipers (ABS) - R6 (2017+)

Rear brakes 1 disc, 220mm, 2-piston caliper - R6 (1999-2002)

Single disc, 220 mm, 1-piston caliper - R6 (2003+, ABS 2017+)

Front suspension 43mm telescopic fork (fully adjustable), 130mm travel - R6 (1999-2002)

43mm telescopic fork (fully adjustable), 120mm travel - R6 (2003-2004)

41mm telescopic inverted fork (fully adjustable), 120mm travel - R6 (2005-2016)

43mm telescopic inverted fork (fully adjustable), 120mm travel - R6 (2017+)

Rear suspension pendulum with monoshock (fully adjustable), stroke - 120 mm
Length 2025mm - R6 (1999-2004)

2045 mm - R6 (2005)

2040 mm - R6 (2006+)

Width 690mm - R6 (1999-2005)

700 mm - R6 (2006-2007)

705 mm - R6 (2008-2016)

695 mm - R6 (2017+)

Height 1105mm - R6 (1999-2002, 2005)

1090 mm - R6 (2003-2004)

1100 mm - R6 (2006-2016)

1150 mm - R6 (2017+)

Wheelbase 1380mm - R6 (1999-2004, 2006-2016)

1385 mm - R6 (2005)

1375 mm - R6 (2017+)

Minimum ground clearance 135mm - R6 (1999-2004)

145 mm - R6 (2005)

130 mm - R6 (2006+)

Saddle height 820mm - R6 (1999-2004)

830 mm - R6 (2005)

850 mm - R6 (2006+)

Acceleration to 100 km / h 3.0 sec
Maximum speed 260 km / h
Fuel tank capacity 17.0 L (including reserve - 3.5 L) - R6 (1999-2005, 2017+)

17.5 L (including reserve - 3.5 L) - R6 (2006-2007)

17.3 L (including reserve - 3.5 L) - R6 (2008-2016)

Motorcycle weight (curb) 188 kg - R6 (1999-2002, 2008-2009)

182 kg - R6 (2003-2004, 2006-2007)

183 kg - R6 (2005)

189 kg - R6 (2010-2016)

190 kg - R6 (2017+)

Documentation