Monday, October 22, 2012

Spec Byson

The other difference is the rear tyre size of the Spec Byson which is a 120 section one. The Indian Yamaha FZ-16 sports a rather flat shaped 140 section radial tyre. The shape of the rear tyre of the Byson is also rounder in shape compared to the flatter 140 section on the Indian FZ.

The Yamaha FZ doesn't have the best reputation for fuel efficiency among 150 cc bikes in India. The culprit could well be the broad contact patch of the wide tyre of the FZ.

Engine Type: 4 stroke, air cooled, 4-valve, single cylinder, SOHC, DTS-i
Displacement: 13.66cc
Max Power: 13.5Ps @ 9000rpm
Max Torque: 11.4Nm @ 7500rpm
Bore x Stroke: 54 x 58.8
Compression Ratio: 9.8:1
Gear Box: 5 Speed (Pattern- 1 Down, 4 Up)
Starting: Kick + self start
Front Suspension: Telescopic front fork with antifriction bush (Stroke 130)
Rear Suspension: Trailing arm with Co Axial Hydraulic cum gas filled adjustable shock absorbers and triple rate coil spring
Front tyre: Tubetype Unidirectional 2.75 x 17″
Rear tyre: Tubetype Unidirectional 100/90 x 17″
Front Brakes: 240 mm Disc Brakes
Rear Brakes: 130 mm Drum Brakes
Fuel Tank: 8 liters, 2.5 liter reserve (1.6 liter usable)
Headlamp: 35/35w
Electricals: Full DC
Wheelbase: 1325mm
Ground clearance: 170mm
Kerb Weight: 122 kgs

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