Yamaha R1 & R1M Model 2020

Yamaha has introduced the new R1 & R1M model year 2020. It continues to be powered by a crossplane engine. This has been further developed and meets Euro5. The look Yamaha describes as a “radical racing look in the new MotoGP styling”.

Yamaha R1 & R1M Model 2020

The model was inspired by the YZR-M1 from the MotoGP, which is reflected in the aggressively designed front fairing and the windshield. The side panels flow seamlessly into the tank unit. Aerodynamically, the redesigned fairing improved efficiency by more than 5%, resulting in higher top speed.

Behind the front panel, a new aluminum air duct has been installed, resulting in a higher rigidity in this area. The lower part of the fairing, which covers the exhaust system, is made of titanium.

The new radical look is underlined by the redesigned LED headlights and the revised LED position lights.

 

The engine of the new R1

The new engine meets Euro5. It has a capacity of 998cc and makes 147 kW and 200 hp. The sophisticated crossplane engine is designed to meet a consistently high level of improved performance.

The firing order is uneven at 270 ° – 180 ° – 90 ° – 180 °. The maximum power is 13,500 revolutions. Newly developed rocker arms and new cam profiles have improved engine performance at high engine speeds.

The intake and cylinder head have been redesigned. The injectors were repositioned. Closer to the combustion chambers were the throttle valves, Bosch injectors are now above the throttle body.

The new 10-hole injectors bring the fuel directly into the combustion chambers, the spray angle was wider at 21.5 degrees, which increases the combustion efficiency.

Enlarged were the oil holes of the crankshaft, as well as the crankshaft bearings. The oil pump itself has been made 10% more compact.

 

New Ride by Wire for better control

The new model also uses an electronic throttle control. To save weight and improve the response, a new APSG system (new throttle grip position sensor) was installed. A magnet and a sensor sends signals to the YCC-T. The APSG unit is intended to transmit a natural and progressive feeling to the driver.

 

Optimized suspension

The fork has been changed to give better feedback. New damping valves are arranged in laminate form. That, a slightly reduced fork spring rate and a revised fork oil level, should provide even more accurate feedback.

The steering damper has been modified. The strut in the setting revised.

 

New assistance systems

The new brake control system (BC) offers two ABS modes. BC1 offers a fixed set ABS sensitivity. BC2 has a variable ABS sensitivity that varies depending on the angle of inclination and behavior of the motorcycle. This is to achieve more control when cornering.

Also new is the engine brake management (EBM). The driver can choose between three engine brake power levels. Various data, such as engaged gear, engine speed and throttle grip and throttle position are taken into account to control throttle opening, spark timing and fuel injection volume.

The Launch Control System (LCS) has been redesigned to now enable a throttle opening of 41 degrees at 9000 rpm.

All in all, the new R1 offers seven different electronic assistance systems, all of which can be seamlessly integrated into other systems to provide a natural and intuitive driving experience. Everything to get the best possible performance out of the bike.

 

New features YZF-R1

  • Aggressive, new paneling after M1-model
  • Fully integrated fairing for improved driver and motorcycle unit
  • Aerodynamic efficiency increased by over 5%
  • Enhanced sense of quality and M1 DNA
  • Optimized suspension for refined feedback
  • New 2-mode brake control (BC) ABS for cornering
  • New 3-mode engine brake management (EBM)
  • Optimized Launch Control System (LCS)
  • New APSG ride-by-wire throttle control
  • Improved efficiency of combustion and high-speed performance
  • Improved braking performance
  • New settings for steering damper
  • Latest Bridgestone Battlax RS11 tires
  • Improved TFT cockpit with BC and EBM ads
  • EU5 compliant engine

 

Main Features YZF-R1

  • 998 cc Crossplane four-cylinder engine with 147 kW (200 hp)
  • Linear torque development
  • Modern electronic driver assistance systems
  • Sensor cluster with three-dimensional accelerometer and gyroscope sensors
  • Power Delivery Modes (PWR)
  • Slope Dependent Traction Control (TCS) / Slip Control (SCS)
  • Wheelie Control (LIF) and Launch Control System (LCS)
  • Quick-Shift System (QSS)
  • Aluminum Deltabox frame with short wheelbase
  • Swingarm with upper reinforcement / magnesium frame tail
  • Magnesium wheels and 17 l aluminum fuel tank
  • Power mode selection system (PWR) adjustable driving modes
  • New LCD cockpit with TFT technology (Thin Film Transistor)

 

Colors

  • Yamaha Blue DPBMC
  • Tech Black SMX/MBL2

The Yamaha R1 model 2020 is available from September 2019. The price has not yet been announced.

 

Yamaha R1M Model 2020

Also for 2020 there will be the upgraded version, which also forms the basis for the WSBK racing motorcycles. In addition to the innovations of the standard R1 (as described above) benefits the R1M of a number of other exclusive upgrades.

The new model features the new Öhlins ERS NPX gas pressure fork, which uses a smaller gas reservoir integrated into the fork axle mount. By an internal pressure of 0.6 MPa, the gas reduces the cavitation of the fork oil, which is caused by the negative pressure in the rebound stage.

The electronic Öhlins strut received a modified spring preload setting.

In addition to the carbon fiber cladding and the front wheel cover made of carbon fiber, the rear trim has now also been made from the lightweight material.

 

Per Apps various settings are possible

With the YRC Setting App, the seven electronic control systems can be adapted. Some systems can also be completely deactivated.

Telemetry recordings and analysis are possible with the Y-TRAC app. Vehicle data can be downloaded to the mobile phone and can be put on a Google Maps picture of the racetrack. Engine speed, tilt angle and G-forces can be analyzed so accurately.

 

New features YZF-R1M

  • State-of-the-art Öhlins ERS NPX gas pressure fork
  • Rear fairing made of lightweight carbon fiber
  • Aggressive new carbon fiber cladding after M1 model
  • Individual production number stamped
  • Updated apps for Y-TRAC and YRC settings
  • Fully integrated fairing for improved driver and motorcycle unit
  • Aerodynamic efficiency increased by over 5%
  • Enhanced sense of quality and M1 DNA
  • New 2-mode brake control (BC) ABS for cornering
  • New 3-mode engine brake management (EBM)
  • Optimized Launch Control System (LCS)
  • New APSG ride-by-wire throttle
  • Improvement of combustion efficiency and high-speed performance
  • Improved braking performance
  • New settings for steering damper
  • Latest Bridgestone Battlax RS11 tires with 200 cross section rear
  • Improved TFT instruments with BC and EBM displays
  • EU5 compliant engine

 

Main Features YZF-R1M

  • State-of-the-art electronic Öhlins Racing suspension (ERS)
  • Exclusive design with carbon fiber trim and polished components
  • Carbon fiber front fender
  • Communication Control Unit (CCU) with wireless interface
  • Crossplane four-cylinder engine with 147 kW (200 hp) and 998 cc displacement
  • Sensor cluster with three-dimensional accelerometer and gyroscope sensors
  • Power Delivery Modes (PWR)
  • Quick-Shift System (QSS)
  • Slope Dependent Traction Control (TCS) / Slip Control (SCS)
  • Wheelie Control (LIF) and Launch Control System (LCS)
  • Deltabox aluminum frame allows short wheelbase
  • Reinforced swingarm in the upper area
  • Rear frame made of magnesium
  • Exclusive invitation to the European YRE events

Color: Silver Blu Carbon BWM2/Carbon

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