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Yamaha YZF R15 V3


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Yamaha freaks out with the latest model of Yamaha YZF R15 V3.  This Monster Energy GP Edition of R15 V3 costs Rs 1.42 lakhs with a slight increase of Rs 2500 from the standard model. As a result, Yamaha YZF flourishes with new Variable Valve Actuation (VVA) technology. It also sustains Variable Valve Timing (VVT), which helps you for a perfect optimal balance between a low-end grunt and top-end drive.

This version resembles the design of YZF-R1. Yamaha YZF possesses the latest technology automation. It is powered with 155cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA). It fetches you with a 19.3PS at 10,000rpm and 14.7Nm at 8500rpm. The bike comes with a digital instrument cluster that comes up with an efficiency output display.

The power indulges from the  6-speed gearbox.  Features of this model are telescopic front suspension; the rear employs mono-shock.   ABS model of version comes with a mileage of 48.75 kmpl.  Transition controlled ignition, Radial tubeless tires, Fuel Injection System adds on the extra features to Yamaha YZF.

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Yamaha amazes with its automated responsive braking system. It takes 34.15 msec to control the speed from 80- 0 kmph. It reaches its fourth gear 40-80 kmph in 6.65 sec with 19.93 msec braking time. Yamaha YZH comes up with Delta box chassis.

All the electricals of this model are powered by 12 V, 14 Ah ETZ -5 battery type. This includes LED to the headlight, LED tail lights with turn signal lights. The disc brake system ensures you the best safety.

The chain drive four-valve cylinder with the fuel injection system enhances the performance. The front brake diameter is 282 mm, while the rear brake is 220 mm. Yamaha YZF comprises the exotic specifications of VVT and VVA technologies. It also attracts the riders with its alluring design. The bike designs are in the variants of blue and black. Digital tachometer with grippy Metzeler rubber boosts up Sales of Yamaha YZF.

Yamaha YZF doesn’t suit for everyday life. It best suits for the racers both in the performance and outlook. It doesn’t have an Anti-theft control system. The braking system could have further been improvised. It is a perfect tool for beginners.  With an optimum price of 1.42 lakhs, we can say Yamaha YZF as an ideal bike for the amateurs in racing.

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