Yamaha FZ1 – Reviews & Technical Specifications

yamaha FZ1

yamaha FZ1

The FZ1 was born for life on the street, and its muscular frame is ready for anything. Its 998cc Supersport-based engine packs a mighty midrange punch. And for 2010, the ECU mapping has been revised to achieve improved throttle response in the low to mid-rpm range.

The die-cast aluminium frame cuts its way through the curves like a supersport bike, to ensure that you’re always in charge.

The FZ1 has got heart-pumping performance, with serious attitude on top and a lean and mean look that’s all about raw power. The FZ1 is equipped with an undercowling as standard.

Technical Specifications


Engine type    Liquid Cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 5-valve
Displacement    998cc
Bore & Stroke    77.0 x 53.6 mm
Compression ratio    11.5 : 1
Maximum output    150 PS/11,000 rpm
Maximum torque    106 Nm/ 8,000 rpm
Starting system    Electric
Lubrication    Wet sump
Cylinder layout    In-line, 4-cylinder
Clutch type    Wet, multiple-disc
Ignition type    T.C.I.
Fuel supply    Fuel Injection
Primary/Secondary reduction ratios    65/43 (1.512) / 45/17 (2.647)
Tranmission type    Constant mesh, 6-speed
Caster/Trail    25 degree/109 mm
Gear ratios    1st = 2.533, 2nd = 2.063, 3rd = 1.762, 4th = 1.522, 5th = 1.350, 6th = 1.208


Frame type    Diamond
Suspension (Front/Rear)    Telescopic fork / Swingarm
Brake Type (Front/Rear)    Dual Hydraulic disc brake Ø 320 mm / Single hydraulic disc brake Ø 245 mm
Tyre size (Front/Rear)     120/70 ZR17M/C (58W) /190/50 ZR17M/C (73W)
Wheel Travel (Front/Rear)     130 mm / 130 mm


Overall length x width x height    2,140 mm × 770 mm × 1,060 mm
Kerb Weight    214kg
Seat Height    815 mm
Wheelbase    1,460 mm
Minimum ground clearance    135 mm
Engine oil volume    3.8 liters
Fuel tank volume    18 litres

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