Monday, May 2, 2011

Yamaha FZ160 BISON

yamaha obviously did not want to miss, one more motor sport was ready at launch Yamaha FZ160 or better known by his nickname BISON.

Yamaha Yamaha FZ160 or bison again crowded in talking about, the article of this bike is priced under the saucy vi-xion, only around 18-19 million at a price that much is clear yamaha yamaha FZ160 or bison will be able to compete with other motor sport.
with a stocky body and ferocious bison yamaha is very much in comparison with his brother-xion vi thinner but calm.
she says her tires already use tubles, more big exhaust and the most difference is the headlights are not round anymore. its engine is still using the air conditioner did not like vi-ful xion who've stepped on. Power FZ160 Bison just 14hp and torque only 13.6nm compared with V-Ixion reaching 16hp and torque which reached 14.5 nm. FZ-16 is the pioneer users of midship muffler in Indonesia.
well if the price is cheaper than vi-xion, how is the fate of vi-xion for the future, whether vi-xion would be no changes to the look? or just rely on technology stampede? we'll see .....

Specification New 2010 Yamaha FZ160 Bison Street Fighter Edition

Engine type Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve
Displacement 153.0cm3
Bore & Stroke 58.0 × 57.9mm
Compression ratio 9.5:1
Maximum output 14PS / 7500 rpm
Maximum torque 14 N.m / 6000 rpm
Starting method Electric starter
Lubrication type Wet sump
Carburetor type BS26
Clutch type Constant mesh wet multiplate
Ignition type CDI
Primary/secondary reduction ratio 3.409 / 2.857
Transmission type Return type 5-speed


Frame type Diamond
Suspension (front/rear) Telescopic / Monocross
Wheelbase 1,335mm
Brake type(front/rear) Hydraulic single disc / drum
Tire size (front/rear) 100/80-17 / 140/60-R17


Overall Length × Width × Height 1,975mm × 770mm × 1,045mm
Seat height 790mm
Wheelbase 1,335mm
Minimum ground clearance 160mm
Dry weight/Curb weight 126 kg / 137 kg
Fuel tank volume 12 liters
Engine oil volume 1.2 liters

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