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    Cool Yamaha YZF-R15





    Specification


    Length x Width x Height - 1,995mm x 670mm x 1,070mm
    Seat Height - 790mm
    Wheelbase - 1,290mm
    Minimum Ground Clearance - 160mm
    Dry/Curb Weight - 120kg/131kg
    Engine Type - Liquid-Cooled, 4-Stroke, SOHC, 4-valve
    Cylinder Arrangement - Single Cylinder
    Displacement - 149.8 cubic centimeter
    Bore x Stroke - 57 x 58.7mm
    Compression Ratio - 10.4:1
    Maximum Power - 17PS@8,500rpm
    Maximum Torque - 15NM@7,500rpm
    Starting System - Electric
    Lubrication - Wet Sump
    Engine Oil Capacity - 1.0 liters
    Fuel Tank Capacity - 12 liters
    Fuel Supply System - Electronic Fuel Injection
    Ignition System - T.C.I.
    Primary/Secondary Reduction ratio - 3.042/3.000
    Clutch Type - Constant-mesh wet multi-plate
    Transmission Type - Return Type 6-speed
    Gear Ratios -
    1st - 2.833
    2nd - 1.875
    3rd - 1.364
    4th - 1.143
    5th - 0.957
    6th - 0.84
    Frame Type - Deltabox Frame
    Caster/Trail - 26/100mm
    Tire Size(Front/Rear) - 80/90-17 / 100/80-17
    Brake Type(Front/Rear) - Hydraulic, Single Disks(front/Rear)
    Suspension Type(Front/Rear) - Telescopic / Linked Type Monocross
    Headlight - 12V35W/35W+35W


    Pics for tightening of engine mounting bolts which might be needed regularly
    Thanks to Digislayer for the pics.
    http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/196626-post4111.html

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    Topic Approved.

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    welcome back to all,there is lot of matter to be discuses and there is a surprise from my side so wait till 30th of this month i will unviel it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saudjawed View Post
    welcome back to all,there is lot of matter to be discuses and there is a surprise from my side so wait till 30th of this month i will unviel it.
    The excitement is killing me....................BTW it's nice to be back in Business again..........R15'ers and XBHP , what a Combination.

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    Hey guys i have just done 612 Kms on my R15.

    Btw has any one noticed Rust on your bike? I can see some amount of rust behind my wind shield where you fix your number plate.

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    Default good to be back

    had some trouble finding the thread but hey its better to have the ownership threads have their own place thank you mods...for the awesome work..
    coming back to the topic

    jawed how much are the rear vie mirrors? my neighbor reversed his car into my parking lot at night and hit my bike and teh right RVM is broken any idea bout the costs called the showroom they weren't able to give a quote
    also any battery problem now that u have had the hids on both lamps for three months

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    Quote Originally Posted by harshaguduru View Post
    jawed how much are the rear vie mirrors? my neighbor reversed his car into my parking lot at night and hit my bike and teh right RVM is broken


    Ooo harsha that will surely hurt ... MY neighbour spared my RVM's but scratched my tank two llrl lines of abt 1.5" length , i felt as if some body has stabbed me ... Guys please help me hoe to go for the touch up. wat to use, my teflon coating couldnt save the deep impact ..

    Anyway Its great to be back here discussion with u all guys , long live XBHP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tazz View Post
    Btw has any one noticed Rust on your bike? I can see some amount of rust behind my wind shield where you fix your number plate.

    Same here, i see rust on the same place which you have observed & also too much of rust on the exhaust pipe :-(

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    @ harsh - i will find out the price of the mirror.

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    he he he my favourite spamming topic is back...

    BTW I heard some complains about the build quality of the alloys and forks from some people.... is it true? Any comments from the memebers whom we can trust!
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