Saturday, January 1, 2011

Yamaha Byson 150 CC

The new product-class motor sport 150 cc will be launched this time with Yamaha's turn Byson name. After Honda plans to release its new product, called Unicorn Mega Pro Dazzler in India next month, next turn Byson Yamaha  launches that have been intensively reported since late last year.

Byson Yamaha will be a new weapon to defend the position of # 1 motor sport 150 cc which is now also occupied by its products, V-Ixion. Byson positioned below the V-Ixion who are already using the machine with petrol injection technology. Until now, this could not be ascertained selling price of this bike. "Prices will be cheaper than Vixion because this product using the carburetor," said Eiji.

Byson new machines will be equipped with a capacity of 153 cc. In India known as the FZ 16. Byson will compete with several models that fill this segment, namely Mega Pro, Aphace TVS and Bajaj Pulsar.

The following specifications Yamaha Byson:
  • Engine type: Water-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, two-valve
  • Displacement: 153.0 cm3
  • Bore & Stroke: 58.0 x 57.9 mm
  • 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: 3409 / 2857
  • Transmission type: Return type 5-speed
  • Frame type: Diamond
  • Suspension (front / rear): Telescopic / Monocross
  • Wheelbase: 1.355 mm
  • Brake type (front / rear): Hydraulic single disc / drum
  • Tire size (front / rear): 100/80-17 / 140/60-R17

  • Overall Length x Width x Height: 1.975 mm x 770 mm x 1.045 mm
  • Seat height: 790 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1.355 mm
  • Minimum ground clearance: 160 mm
  • Dry weight / curb weight: 126 kg / 137 kg
  • Fuel tank volume: 12 liters
  • Engine oil volume: 1.2 liters

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