Yamaha FZ1 For Sale
The 2006 Yamaha FZ1 is a premium naked bike and is powered by a 998cc inline four engine which puts out 150bhp. It was originally launched in 2001 as a semi-faired bike and was replaced in 2016 by the MT-10.
What Is It?
- An excellent all rounder, R1 engine, looks, comfort
- Throttle response, low-mid range power
The replacement for the FZS1000 arrived in 2006 with a liquid cooled 998cc inline 4 cylinder engine, producing 150bhp at 11,000rpm and maximum torque at 8,000rpm. It's basically a re-tuned 2004 R1 engine and RRP is £7,200 for the naked FZ1 and £7,600 for the half faired Fazer.
- Die-cat Aluminium frame and swingarm
- Dual 320mm discs up front with Sumitomo 2 piston monobloc calipers
- 245mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
- Adjustable Kayaba 43mm upside down fork with 130mm travel
- Adjustable Kayaba rear shock with 130mm travel
- 4->2->1 exhaust system
- Fuel injection
- 6 speed gearbox
Improvements over the 2001-2005 model include a new generation engine, Aluminium rather than Steel frame, USD forks and now both naked FZ1-N and half faired FZ1-S Fazer versions; the fairing adds 4kg and optional ABS 6kg. Like the previous version the flywheel and crankshaft are heavier than the R1 for better performance at low revs.
The 5-spoke wheels 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 190/50 at the rear.
Colours: black, red, blue, silver, white, white/red
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Check out this review from chaseontwowheels:
How many bikes like this are around, by year of production, including those licensed for use on the road and those off the road with a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).
|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total Around|
RM/2008/039, issued 30/09/2008, affected 303 bikes
Under certain circumstances, due to vibration, a crack may develop at the rear view mirror pivot point and in extreme cases, the mirror head(s) may become detached, causing a safety issue primarily to other road users or bystanders.