Yamaha X-1R

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The Yamaha X-1R is a commuter motorbike built by Yamaha Motors. It is similar to a Yamaha X-1, but replaces that model's 110 cc engine with a larger 135 cc engine. It is almost exactly similar with the Yamaha Sniper/T135 except for several distinguishable features, such as:

  • Body styling & fairings
  • Engine & swing arm color (black)
  • Headlight assembly
  • Instrument panel
  • Transmission (1 down, 3 up)
  • Movable foot pegs
  • Tail light assembly
  • Bent side mirrors
  • Clip-on handlebars
  • Dual piston front disc brakes
  • Rear disc brakes
  • Kick starter rubber

Specifications[edit]

Engine
Form 4-stroke SOHC single cylinder with liquid cooling 4 valves
displacement 134.4 cm3 (8.20 cu in)
Compression ratio 10.9 : 1
Cylinder 54.0 mm (2.13 in) bore x 58.7 mm (2.31 in) stroke
Fuel system Carburetor
Clutch Hand clutch
wet multi-plate clutch hands overlap
Transmission Sports gear A level 4 (1 down, 3 up)
Fuel tank capacity 4.0 L (1.1 US gal)
Carriage
Dimensions 670 mm (26 in) wide x 1,945 mm (76.6 in) long x 1,020 mm (40 in) high
Weight
(minus fuel)
105 kg (231 lb)
Suspension
Front Telescopic spring/oil damped
Rear Swing single shock (mono Cross)
Brakes
Front Dual piston disc
Rear disc
Tires
Front 70/90 – 17 M/C 33P
Rear 80/90 – 17 M/C 44P