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The Yamaha YZF750 is a motorcycle that was produced from 1993 to 1998 in two forms, the standard R and the homologation model single seat SP. The 750R was the only version sold in the US. Mechanically the later SP differed from the R in the following areas: adjustable swingarm pivot position, 39 mm Keihin FCR flatslide carburetors, a lower screen, a removable rear subframe and a single seat. The primary drive, gear box and final drive ratios are different on the SP. The rear suspension unit is different and vastly improved for the earlier SP however the R from 1996 also had the Ohlins rear shock. The SP was the homologation model of the Yamaha YZF750 for the World Superbike Championship before the rules changed to allow 1000cc bikes. The bike won the Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race four times between 1987 and 1996.
R Model (US)
The Yamaha YZF750R was introduced into the United States in early 1994. A 1996 model was an early factory release in 1995. This model was Sport Rider Magazines 1995 Bike of the Year. The 1997 and 1998 models are identical.
The photo Yamaha-YZF750R-4299-GP.jpg (Yamaha YZF750R - Competition against exotics like the Suzuki GSRX 750 RR, Kawasaki ZX 7 R, Honda RC 30 and Ducati 888 Superbike. Dealer owned, Factory production race series bike, VIN # JYA-000122 Designed specially for racing purposes, Based on OWO1. 1 of 50 built #21. Large bore 39mm Keihen flat slides, Close ratio 6 speed, 6 piston front brakes, Special smaller windsheild, Single fibreglass one peice seat, EXUP with TPS and special CDI, Designed specially for racing applications, Built only for Canadian market.Bike in immaculate stock condition with Pirelli's, K&N filter and tank bra. Never raced or dropped. A very rare peice.) was uploaded by: [email protected]
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