Is the FZ-07 fast?
120 mph (Est.)
Is FZ-09 suspension that bad?
Yep, unfortunately it is as bad as they say. The bike is not evil to ride but it doesn’t feel right. Nick at Soltec got the suspension and fueling issue pretty much sort out. Fork springs are available and Penskee rear shock comes in 3 different flavors for 3 different budget.
What is the top speed of a Yamaha FZ-09?
140 mph (Est.)
Where is the MT-07 built?
The Yamaha MT-07 was introduced in 2013, and the middleweight is made in Japan.
Is the FZ 07 a good beginner bike?
Imo, this is a great starter bike, and a great bike in general. It can be a beginner and intermediate machine, and is ideal if you are in an urban environment. You won’t grow out of it nearly as fast as a 300, but you may grow out of it if you have the need for speed.
What kind of gas does the FZ 09 take?
Regular 87 octane E10.
What is the fastest motorcycle 0-60?
First up is the Suzuki GSX-R1000, which, in 2001, was introduced to take the place of the GSX-R1100. It has the fastest record on time for 0-60 mph— just 2.35 seconds.
How much horsepower does a Yamaha FZ-09 have?
Yamaha FZ-09 Specs The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 115.00 HP (83.9 kW)) @ 10120 RPM and a maximum torque of 61.46 Nm (6.3 kgf-m or 45.3 ft. lbs) @ 8480 RPM .
What’s the difference between the FZ 07 and FZ-09?
FZ-07 and FZ-09 are two very different bikes, from what I’ve read the FZ-07 is a fun commuter with high mpg and the FZ-09 is a hooligan bike with questionable suspension for aggressive riding (I don’t own either of these bikes I would ask a 09 owner about the suspension).
Is the Suzuki GSX S750 the same as the Yamaha FZ-09?
Because while they fill the same slot in each manufacturer’s respective lineup, in some ways they couldn’t be more different. Let’s start with the one you don’t know: the new-for-2015 Suzuki GSX-S750. Think of it as a stripped-down GSX-R750, albeit one powered by a retuned 2005-vintage engine.
What’s the difference between a Yamaha and a Suzuki?
The Suzuki’s headlight fairing is small but actually deflects a fair amount of wind off of your torso. The Yamaha is all about power: Its dyno traces are quite similar to the Suzuki’s—just slide the lines up the scale a bit.