Yamaha YZR-R6 since first introduced in 1999, it’s known as middleweight race bike with aggressive handling, and high-horsepower engine. And for several years later, without doubt R6 show off its agility and dominate the 600cc sport bike championship in Supersport and Superstock at 2015. Then, recently Yamaha revealed their new R6 to public and will be on sale in various color schemes—team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver, Matte Gray, and limited-edition of 60th Anniversary Yellow/Black. For the prices:
• Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver’s price start from $11,190
• Matte Gray will be priced at $10,900
• Limited-edition 60th Anniversary Yellow/Black the MSRP will be priced at $11,490
If you wanna that sport bike as yours, you need to keep calm and wait till October this year to grab it.
The heart of new R6 is liquid-cooled 4-cylinder, complemented with 4-valve and 4-stroke, is “armored” by aluminum delta box chassis. Yamaha YZF-R6 acceleration: Torque—42.4 lb-ft @ 11,500 rpm; while the Horsepower—91.0kW (122.0bhp), means it can generates horsepower 14,500 rpm. For your information, in 2006 the R6 has 17,500 rpm on redline. That’s 2,000 rpm higher than the R6 predecessor at that time. And, 2006 R6 holds the highest tachometer for 4-stroke motorcycle engine.
However, to be frank Yamaha chosen to give the new R1 priority for several reason. But, no doubt that the new R6 will give all riders a bunch of benefits because the new R6 will features all-new tech such as:
– Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, and 4-cylinder DOHC
– Race-developed slipper clutch— multi-plate slipper clutch.
– YCC-T (Chip Controlled Throttle) from MotoGP
– Upside-down racing spec front suspension
– Appear with aerodynamic bodywork and aggressive looking
– Features aluminum die-cast Delta box chassis
And do you know, that Yamaha already revealed Yamaha YZR-R6 2016 at the Philip Island MotoGP, which is appears in beautiful Matte Gray.