I played a motorcycle racing game at a demo set up in some store one time, and it had my bike in it!
I dont remember the game title but i want to know what motorcycle racing game includes the yamaha fjr1300 in it.
Answer by zinnprojectbig
I don’t know the gave, but I have an FJR1300, too. Sweet!
Answer by wiggysan
Not to sure, sorry.
Try asking in the video game section.
The users there might know a bit more.
hope this helps.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 10, 2006
Sport Ryder Rentals of the Dallas/ Fort Worth Texas Metro area has added new motorcycles to their line of motorcycle rentals for Spring 2006. You can see them at: http://www.SportRyderRentals.com/Motorcycles.html.
“We are really excited about these new bikes,” says Charles McMurray, owner,”From sportbikes to sport-tourers, we have a motorcycle rental for every occasion.”
Sport Ryder Rentals’ fleet includes bikes from manufacturers such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, BMW, Buell, and Ducati. The goal was to have a the most popular models from the top manufacturers and to have a bike that fits any and every customer’s riding preference.
Sport Ryder Rentals always keeps the latest models available for its customers, and their rental fleet includes everything from the new 2006 FZ1, which uses the race-bred R1 engine, to the Honda Goldwing touring bike. Riders can also choose any of the modern sport-tourers – such as Yamaha’s FJR1300, BMW’s R1200RT, as well as Honda’s ST1300. They also have smaller bikes to fit any budget, such as the always fun to ride Suzuki SV650.
SportRyderRentals.com has also improved their web site to make it easier to reserve a motorcycle online. Simply fill out a small form, and a representative will contact you for details. Riders can also find online ride maps for the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area as well as the state of Texas.
Charles looks forward to a busy riding season this year. With more and more licensed riders on the road, Sport Ryder Rentals looks poised to ride the phenomenal growth in the motorcycle market, and with more people realizing the benefits of motorcycle rentals, 2006 looks to be a booming year for the company.
Sport Ryder Rentals is a rental company of sport, sport tourer and dual use motorcycles in the Dallas/ Fort Worth Texas Metro area, and one of the few sport motorcycle rental companies in the United States. They provide motorcycle rentals for customers who need a bike for a day to several weeks. Liability insurance as well as helmet, jacket and gloves are provided with every rental.
The FJR1300A and FJR1300AE/AS are motorcycles manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company of Japan. They are part of the Sport Touring class of motorcycles in the Yamaha line-up. Both motorcycles feature a 1,298 cc inline-four engine. The AE/AS model features an electronically controlled clutch and gear shifting system, YCC-S. The clutch and transmissions of the AE/AS models are identical to that of the standard FJR model. The FJR1300 was introduced to Europe in 2001, before arriving in North America in 2002, with the 2003 model year designation, and offered in a non-ABS version only. The 2003 model garnered several awards in the Sport Touring category from various magazines.The 2004 North American models included both a non-ABS version with traditional blue anodized brake calipers and a new ABS version. Other refinements included an upgrade to the suspension rates, 320 mm front brake discs, and a fairing pocket for small items.
The 2005, North American model year remained structurally unchanged with a non-ABS and ABS model. In 2006, the U.S. and rest of the world model years synchronized with the introduction of what has become known as the ‘Gen-II’ version of the machine. The design changes included significant trailing arm changes, a curved radiator exhibiting a larger surface area, instrumentation changes, an upgraded alternator and significant attention to airflow changes to deal with reported heat issues in previous years. Yamaha added adjustable vents to the FJR1300, allowing the rider to direct air closer to or away from the body. Starting with the 2006 models ABS and linked brakes became standard. Also, the FJR1300AS model was introduced which featured a semi-automatic transmission.
The AE variant was discontinued for 2014, although the AS model continued to be sold in markets outside of the U.S.A. and Canada. For 2007, some very minor changes were made to the ECU to deal with potential issues related to altitude changes under certain circumstances. In 2008 changes were made to throttle ‘feel’, to improve low speed on/off throttle transitions. As well Yamaha changed suppliers for the ABS system. Further refinements in the throttle control were introduced with the 2013 model.
The FJR1300 uses a five-speed manual gearbox with close ratio gears. Final drive is via shaft, encased within the swingarm, which has monoshock suspension with remote quick-set two position adjustable pre-load. The FJR1300AE/AS model features an electronic clutch, which Yamaha calls YCC-S. There is no clutch lever on this model. Instead, the YCC-S system allows the rider to shift using a set of manually operated push buttons on the left handlebar or via the standard gear shift lever. The electronic clutch is efficiently controlled by an internal computer, allowing gear shifts to complete in approximately 0.2 seconds. The gearbox pattern is also unconventional in that neutral is at the bottom end of the range, otherwise the gearbox is identical to the A model. The ECU automatically controls the electronic clutch and ignition timing to ensure smooth gear shifting and will actuate the clutch at standstill. Stalling the engine is not normally possible. For more info about Yamaha Motorcycle Fairings and Yamaha Fairings, please visit our website!
The FJR1300 was introduced to Europe in 2001 before arriving in North America in 2002, with the 2003 model year designation, and offered in a non-ABS version only. Motorcyclist magazine named the 2003 model Motorcycle of the Year. It had 298 mm front brake discs. It appeared in Europe in various colors: silver, blue, black and red.
The 2004 European model came in a range of colors, including Silver Storm. The 2004 North American models included both a non-ABS version with traditional blue anodized brake calipers and a new ABS version. Both were Cerulean Silver. Other refinements included an upgrade to the suspension rates, 320 mm front brake discs, and a fairing pocket for small items.
The 2005, North American model year remained structurally unchanged with a non-ABS and ABS model in Galaxy Blue.
In 2006, the U.S. and rest of the world model years synchronized and design significantly changed including trailing arm changes, radiator curving, instrumentation changes, upgraded alternator and significant attention to airflow changes from reported heat issues in previous years. In response to these complaints, Yamaha added several adjustable vents to the FJR1300, allowing the rider to direct air to or away from the body. The base 2006 FJR1300A model has ABS with linked brakes and is Dark Blue Metallic while the Cerulean Silver colored FJR1300AE model features a semi-automatic transmission. The AE/AS model has YCCS, or Yamaha Chip-Controlled Shift. The rider can either utilize the standard foot shifter without the clutch lever, or shift via a mountain-bike style shifter on the left bar. The AE model continues in production through 2008.
For 2008, some minor changes were introduced, including an update to the altitude-related engine control unit issues and throttle ‘feel’, notably to improve low speed on/off throttle transitions. The colors announced in Europe are; Silver (Silver Tech), Black (Midnight Black) and Graphite. 2008 also sees minor changes in the ABS system.
The FJR1300 has a 1,298 cc transverse-mounted inline-four engine with four valves per cylinder.
The FJR1300 uses a five-speed manual gearbox with close ratio gears. The FJR1300AE/AS model features a semi-automatic transmission which Yamaha calls YCC-S (Yamaha Chip Controlled-Shift). This system is a five-speed sequential manual gearbox with a computer controlled clutch that dispenses with the conventional clutch lever. These models have no lever on the left bar and instead have a mountain-bike style shifter operated with thumb and index finger. Gear shifts are completed in around 0.2 seconds. The conventional foot shifter may be used simultaneously. The gearbox pattern is also unconventional in that neutral is at the bottom end of the range. The ECU automatically controls the robotic clutch and ignition timing to ensure smooth gear shifting and will actuate the clutch at standstill. Stalling the engine is not possible.
Final drive is via shaft, encased within the swingarm, which has monoshock suspension with remote two-setting adjustable pre-load.
The frame of the FJR1300 is a twin spar design manufactured from aluminum alloy, the engine is a fully stressed member.
The FJR1300 features a standard 12 volt electrical system, with a fused cigarette-lighter style accessory jack in the left central locking glovebox. The 2003 U.S. model does not have a glovebox or electrical outlet; model years 2004 and 2005 do not include the electrical outlet.
The FJR1300 features an electrically-adjusted screen controlled by a rocker switch on the handlebars. By default the shield returns to its lowest position when the key is off, however some riders choose to disable the ‘return’ feature. A number of new features were added beginning with the 2006 model year, including a rider-adjustable airflow system. AE models feature heated handlebar grips with speed sensitive adjustment. The handlebars are adjustable, with 3 positions, and the seat is adjustable to high or low, with about an inch between the positions. Locking side panniers are supplied as standard and each will take a full face helmet. Options include: fairing protectors, larger screen, color-coded top box.
Yamaha FJR1300A (2006) used by Danish police
In the UK, the FJR1300 has replaced the Honda ST1300 as the patrol motorcycle with several police forces, following the withdrawal of the Honda ST1300 Pan-European due to concerns over high speed handling.
Yamaha FJR 1300 is the patrol vehicle used by the police force of Trinidad and Tobago including the units in the convoy of the President and the Prime Minister.
Data from: Yamaha UK
1,298 cc (79 cu in), 4-stroke, four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, in-line
79 mm 66.2 mm (3.1 in 2.6 in)
105.5 kilowatts (141.5 hp) @ 8,000 rpm
134.4 Nm (99.1 ftlbf) @ 7,000 rpm
Electronic Fuel Injection
5-speed, constant mesh
2,230 mm (87.8 in)
770 mm (30.3 in)
1,245 mm (49.0 in)
818 mm (32.2 in)
140 mm (5.5 in)
1,539 mm (60.6 in)
264 kg (580 lb)
268 kg (590 lb)
Telescopic, coil spring, adjustable spring preload, adjustable rebound damping
Link-type, gas/oil damped
Dual hydraulic disc
Single hydraulic disc
Fuel Tank Capacity
25 l (5.5 imp gal; 6.6 US gal)
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