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must check my working schedule,

 

anyway any idea how 2 import in goods from overseas, wanted to get this.

 

https://www.bike-design.com/detail.php?p=79116&page=3&shp_category=41&shp_make=0&shp_model=0&shp_year=0

 

 

i have never inmport any items b4..not so sure..maybe u can ask around in yamaha 's Lovers.:)

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I can't decide between the naked and sports version of the FZ6! Or should I get FZ1?

 

Anyway I'm intending to put side boxes. Where can I buy/find new/second hand hepco and decker boxes? Anyone has experience putting H&D boxes on phantoms? Can put helmet/s into them?

 

Realised there's no review of the different types/brands of side boxes and their specs, etc in this forum. Anybody care to recommend?

 

What do you guys think of FZ6S at $16000 OTR?

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basically, the diff the 600 & 1000 is the power.

maintainance wise, pretty similair.

i choose a 600 is b`cos:

- i seldom need tat extra power (90% SG riding).

- i cannot handle the 1000 power.

- i cannot afford to buy FZ1.

- i cannot afford the 1000 insurance (Rd Tax is ard 100+ diff).

 

so if u're facing the same as mi, get a 600.

if not 1000.

neverthless, welcome to the FAZER club!

=)

LEAF departure is B`cos of WIND pursit or TREE didn't ask her to stay?

U YEARN for wat u FANTASIZE den 2 realise who U should TREASURE...

 

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Help

 

I can't decide between the naked and sports version of the FZ6! Or should I get FZ1?

 

Anyway I'm intending to put side boxes. Where can I buy/find new/second hand hepco and decker boxes? Anyone has experience putting H&D boxes on phantoms? Can put helmet/s into them?

 

Realised there's no review of the different types/brands of side boxes and their specs, etc in this forum. Anybody care to recommend?

 

What do you guys think of FZ6S at $16000 OTR?

 

Erm, think if the 500bucks dainese and 0% interest deal is still on, 16k for FZ6S 08, is pretty alright, else its exp.

 

Actually theres a discussion in the Naked bike section, fazer lovers thread regarding the side boxes. I did a slight comparison between whats available then.

 

Up till now, I still love the looks of the H&B, made the bike look more muscular. Sturdy looks, tough material and like someone who said be4, rough surface, easy to "repair" when drop =P

 

Wats available now is V35, H&B and some others. But I just choose this 2 as they are much more discussed. H&B 40litres, V35 as its name has said, 35litres.

 

H&B looks more tougher and V35 more stylish. I find V35 actually soften the looks of my bike....If i were to use it that is.

 

If your doing a little of touring and prefer to have some wind protection, then its gonna be FZ6S.

 

If you like a street fighter look and dun mind the wind, FZ6N will be ur choice. Friend just bought one last week and I love the looks of it (im riding the FZ6S). But then again, i prefer to have some wind protection.

 

I didnt pick the FZ1 is becoz i used to ride a R1 and currently, i dun need that extra ponies it offers. FC of 1000cc is much higher than a 600cc, not to mention roadtax and insurance.

 

But if you have the extra cash and passion, all this r easily resolved =D

 

Nonetheless, same as LollyPop, I do not enough "Moolahs" to maintain 1000cc =D

 

PS: Welcome and hope to see you on the road soon =D

I might be Left Handed, But I'm Always RIGHT

 

DIY list

 

1. Volt Meter

2. Air Box Mod

3. Electric Horn

4. Dual Head Light

5. Removing of Mid Pipe's Cat

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Heh,

 

Saw your bike parked at AMK this evening... nice :):thumb:

 

i have never inmport any items b4..not so sure..maybe u can ask around in yamaha 's Lovers.:)

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basically, the diff the 600 & 1000 is the power.

maintainance wise, pretty similair.

i choose a 600 is b`cos:

- i seldom need tat extra power (90% SG riding).

- i cannot handle the 1000 power.

- i cannot afford to buy FZ1.

- i cannot afford the 1000 insurance (Rd Tax is ard 100+ diff).

 

so if u're facing the same as mi, get a 600.

if not 1000.

neverthless, welcome to the FAZER club!

=)

 

hopStick;4738459']Erm, think if the 500bucks dainese and 0% interest deal is still on, 16k for FZ6S 08, is pretty alright, else its exp.

 

Actually theres a discussion in the Naked bike section, fazer lovers thread regarding the side boxes. I did a slight comparison between whats available then.

 

Up till now, I still love the looks of the H&B, made the bike look more muscular. Sturdy looks, tough material and like someone who said be4, rough surface, easy to "repair" when drop =P

 

Wats available now is V35, H&B and some others. But I just choose this 2 as they are much more discussed. H&B 40litres, V35 as its name has said, 35litres.

 

H&B looks more tougher and V35 more stylish. I find V35 actually soften the looks of my bike....If i were to use it that is.

 

If your doing a little of touring and prefer to have some wind protection, then its gonna be FZ6S.

 

If you like a street fighter look and dun mind the wind, FZ6N will be ur choice. Friend just bought one last week and I love the looks of it (im riding the FZ6S). But then again, i prefer to have some wind protection.

 

I didnt pick the FZ1 is becoz i used to ride a R1 and currently, i dun need that extra ponies it offers. FC of 1000cc is much higher than a 600cc, not to mention roadtax and insurance.

 

But if you have the extra cash and passion, all this r easily resolved =D

 

Nonetheless, same as LollyPop, I do not enough "Moolahs" to maintain 1000cc =D

 

PS: Welcome and hope to see you on the road soon =D

 

agree with them why we prefer fz6:cheeky: , but think slowly throught it if ure getting a brand new bike.

YAMAHA FZ1S ABS 2K12

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Hi,

 

Im awaiting to get this bike, Fazer600(side Exhaust) 2003 model. Dunno if there are any after market exhaust full system for it.

 

Any idea where can i get it and the price if there is any after market exhaust.

 

Thanks

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Gilera FXR

X9 Evo

Gilera VXR

Honda NX400

FZ6

FJR 1300

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Anyways, quick question, for those that have bought new 1st hand fazer 600, can i know what do all do for your service @ 10K lets say..

 

Other than your normal E0, oil filter, spark plug, air filter..

 

Any other things that need to be fixed out?

 

Just enquiring. THanks!!!

Apr 05' - Sept 06': Honda AG 200 / Honda CB 750 / Honda VFR 800

Jan 06' - Feb 07' : Phantom TA 150 / Mar 07' - May 08'Suzuki GSX 400 RP / May 08' - XXXX : Fazer 6 S2 08'

Trips Done So Far

> Kukup/Malacca/Kota Tinggi (GSX-08) >Bekok&Labis Waterfall/Desaru/Hatyai/Koh Samui/Phuket/Krabi (FzR 6: 7/2-14/2 09)

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Yamaha FZ1 Fazer SP touring-Yamaha’s only real sports tourer

 

FZ1 Fazer is Yamaha’s do anything and go anywhere motorcycle. It is available both as a naked version and a half faired version. And then you have got the fully faired Sport touring version that I rode in Norway…

 

Words: Tor Sagen/Photography: Linn and Tor Sagen

 

 

 

Yamaha was in so much trouble just after the world launch of the new FZ1 and FZ1 Fazer in South Africa last year. The fuel injection was criticised and one Italian journalist got killed doing a wheelie on the wrong side of the road. The launch was aborted after that tragic event.

 

 

 

I finally got my hands on a 2006 spec FZ1 Fazer for a road test in Norway. The standard version has a 150bhp R1 derived engine and big torque for a 1000cc in-line four. The new Fazer was introduced with sharper lines and a big Euro 3 compliant exhaust system. On paper the FZ1 was an unbeatable combination of power, styling and usability.

 

 

 

Our FZ1 Fazer have been modified to become a full worthy sports tourer with a full fairing, tall windscreen, panniers and heated grips. But where did all that horsepower go? -I thought after my first ride on the motorway. I remembered the old Fazer 1000 to be a motorcycle that could wheelie at will always feeling powerful enough. That was because Yamaha-Scandinavia provided me with a 106bhp version of the bike!

 

They did so because there is a lot of cash to save by doing that and Yamaha can offer a very competitive price to consumers. Yamaha demo what they sell basically. In France 106bhp is the limit by law and there is a huge market for putting bikes back to original spec. Imagine living in France with hundreds of miles of wide and open Autobahn spec motorways with only 106bhp! Yuk! Politicians shooting themselves in the foot, but we are not going to talk about them here.

 

When first taking a seat on the FZ1 it feels really low. The seat height is 815mm (which is not very low), and there is plenty of room for my arms due to the tall handlebars. But my legs don’t seem to have enough space and my knees are at a sharp angle. This has got something to do with two things: sporting ability and lean angle and the new flat as a turd and oval muffler that sits on the right hand side of the Fazer. The seat is not overly luxurious, but fits the riding style that can be adapted for the sports part in touring. Next to the pillion seat are big grab handles for passenger comfort, but due to that muffler again it looks like also the pillion has to settle for a steep knee angle.

 

The big windscreen and deflector mounted on top is pure luxury though. Coupled with a full fairing and heated grips I never got cold despite the fresh Norwegian Spring weather. Even on the motorway I was just as happy as if it had been 25 degrees Celsius in the middle of summer. For touring on motorways that 106bhp 998cc in-line four is absolutely sufficient. To make it as fun as Yamaha had intended you need the full 150bhp, but if you can save some money in certain countries by buying the 106 version I can’t see why not (except if you have to, like in France). The problem with the FZ1 is not the engine maximum output; it is more the delivery through what seems to be bungee hooks connecting the throttle to the fuel injectors. It really is annoying particularly since this is a touring version that you are expected to spend thousand of miles on. Full throttle acceleration seems to be absolutely fine, it’s just when you want to control the throttle at low to medium speed there is no good communication between my right hand and the injectors! There is a corporate money-saving reason to part of the problem. The 2007 Yamaha R1 probably features the most advanced high tech fuel injectors and ECU on any production motorcycle. But that is just too expensive to put in the FZ1. Simple as that, it’s a matter of cost. A good tuner can probably smooth out the dips in the power band and delivery, but that is at an extra cost to the owners. The engine runs very, very quietly, which enables you to listen to your MP3 player or communicating to your pillion on a lesser volume than on a rock concert.

 

The suspension, chassis, brakes and wheels are solid and perform well on the FZ1 Fazer. Bumps in the road are absorbed easily with no need to adjust the suspension from standard. When riding on tight B-roads the chassis shines and allows the big sports touring bike to steer precisely. Stiff muscles from many motorway miles suddenly softens up and the FZ1 Fazer is really good fun on a twisty road. The claimed dry weight on a standard FZ1 Fazer is 199kg. Our SP Touring version must be a good few kilos heavier than this, but it still feels light and flickable. The die-cast diamond shaped aluminium frame is one of the best in the business. The 17 inch wheels come standard with a 190/50-ZR17 rear tyre, but with the 106bhp version I would opt for a 180/55-ZR17 personally for even quicker steering. The front tyre is a Bridgestone BT014 120/70-ZR17. They provided plenty of grip on cold and dusty Norwegian early spring roads. The front brake features double 320mm discs and four pot callipers. They are still powerful, but not more powerful than on the old Fazer. Sufficient at all times and lighter than radial struts.

 

The colour coordinated pannier set looks really smart on the FZ1 Fazer. They are wide enough to take enough luggage for a long weekend, but if you want to go camping in Europe there are no luggage rack, so you’ll then have to leave the pillion at home to bring tent and sleeping bag. That is what sports touring is all about, it gives you the ability to enjoy long and fast rides whilst featuring some practical details at the same time.

 

Conclusion:

 

You can’t have it all at the same time, but Yamaha FZ1 Fazer is pretty close. When you are not touring, panniers and side fairing can be removed and suddenly you have a streetfighter or a commuter. Isn’t that more versatile than a Honda VFR800 or Triumph Sprint ST? I think so, but Yamaha please sort out that throttle response.

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For those interested, from Yamaha Canada,

 

http://www.fz6-forum.com/forum/attachments/bikes-parts-sale/6667d1218489414t-08-full-fairings-raven-dscf0748.jpg

 

http://www.fz6-forum.com/forum/attachments/bikes-parts-sale/6668d1218489414t-08-full-fairings-raven-random-031.jpg

Fazer 6 S2 08 Full Cowling

 

Part number: 4S8W07124500

Product name: Full Cowling

Class: Sport Bike

Colour: Black

Unit Price: CAD $789.95

Shipping(International Customer): CAD $335.98

Total Charges: CAD $1,125.93

Features: Thermo-formed plastic construction to ensure a factory fit. Colour matched to stock plastic components. Kit includes all mounting hardware.

 

I need a new job to zheng my bike:p

YAMAHA FZ1S ABS 2K12

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For those interested, from Yamaha Canada,

 

http://www.fz6-forum.com/forum/attachments/bikes-parts-sale/6667d1218489414t-08-full-fairings-raven-dscf0748.jpg

 

http://www.fz6-forum.com/forum/attachments/bikes-parts-sale/6668d1218489414t-08-full-fairings-raven-random-031.jpg

Fazer 6 S2 08 Full Cowling

 

Part number: 4S8W07124500

Product name: Full Cowling

Class: Sport Bike

Colour: Black

Unit Price: CAD $789.95

Shipping(International Customer): CAD $335.98

Total Charges: CAD $1,125.93

Features: Thermo-formed plastic construction to ensure a factory fit. Colour matched to stock plastic components. Kit includes all mounting hardware.

 

I need a new job to zheng my bike:p

 

Gulps, more poison....Just got poisoned by exhaust...

 

Need more donations for the cowling....

I might be Left Handed, But I'm Always RIGHT

 

DIY list

 

1. Volt Meter

2. Air Box Mod

3. Electric Horn

4. Dual Head Light

5. Removing of Mid Pipe's Cat

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Yamaha FZ1 Fazer SP touring-Yamaha’s only real sports tourer

 

FZ1 Fazer is Yamaha’s do anything and go anywhere motorcycle. It is available both as a naked version and a half faired version. And then you have got the fully faired Sport touring version that I rode in Norway…

 

Words: Tor Sagen/Photography: Linn and Tor Sagen

 

 

 

Yamaha was in so much trouble just after the world launch of the new FZ1 and FZ1 Fazer in South Africa last year. The fuel injection was criticised and one Italian journalist got killed doing a wheelie on the wrong side of the road. The launch was aborted after that tragic event.

 

 

 

I finally got my hands on a 2006 spec FZ1 Fazer for a road test in Norway. The standard version has a 150bhp R1 derived engine and big torque for a 1000cc in-line four. The new Fazer was introduced with sharper lines and a big Euro 3 compliant exhaust system. On paper the FZ1 was an unbeatable combination of power, styling and usability.

 

 

 

Our FZ1 Fazer have been modified to become a full worthy sports tourer with a full fairing, tall windscreen, panniers and heated grips. But where did all that horsepower go? -I thought after my first ride on the motorway. I remembered the old Fazer 1000 to be a motorcycle that could wheelie at will always feeling powerful enough. That was because Yamaha-Scandinavia provided me with a 106bhp version of the bike!

 

They did so because there is a lot of cash to save by doing that and Yamaha can offer a very competitive price to consumers. Yamaha demo what they sell basically. In France 106bhp is the limit by law and there is a huge market for putting bikes back to original spec. Imagine living in France with hundreds of miles of wide and open Autobahn spec motorways with only 106bhp! Yuk! Politicians shooting themselves in the foot, but we are not going to talk about them here.

 

When first taking a seat on the FZ1 it feels really low. The seat height is 815mm (which is not very low), and there is plenty of room for my arms due to the tall handlebars. But my legs don’t seem to have enough space and my knees are at a sharp angle. This has got something to do with two things: sporting ability and lean angle and the new flat as a turd and oval muffler that sits on the right hand side of the Fazer. The seat is not overly luxurious, but fits the riding style that can be adapted for the sports part in touring. Next to the pillion seat are big grab handles for passenger comfort, but due to that muffler again it looks like also the pillion has to settle for a steep knee angle.

 

The big windscreen and deflector mounted on top is pure luxury though. Coupled with a full fairing and heated grips I never got cold despite the fresh Norwegian Spring weather. Even on the motorway I was just as happy as if it had been 25 degrees Celsius in the middle of summer. For touring on motorways that 106bhp 998cc in-line four is absolutely sufficient. To make it as fun as Yamaha had intended you need the full 150bhp, but if you can save some money in certain countries by buying the 106 version I can’t see why not (except if you have to, like in France). The problem with the FZ1 is not the engine maximum output; it is more the delivery through what seems to be bungee hooks connecting the throttle to the fuel injectors. It really is annoying particularly since this is a touring version that you are expected to spend thousand of miles on. Full throttle acceleration seems to be absolutely fine, it’s just when you want to control the throttle at low to medium speed there is no good communication between my right hand and the injectors! There is a corporate money-saving reason to part of the problem. The 2007 Yamaha R1 probably features the most advanced high tech fuel injectors and ECU on any production motorcycle. But that is just too expensive to put in the FZ1. Simple as that, it’s a matter of cost. A good tuner can probably smooth out the dips in the power band and delivery, but that is at an extra cost to the owners. The engine runs very, very quietly, which enables you to listen to your MP3 player or communicating to your pillion on a lesser volume than on a rock concert.

 

The suspension, chassis, brakes and wheels are solid and perform well on the FZ1 Fazer. Bumps in the road are absorbed easily with no need to adjust the suspension from standard. When riding on tight B-roads the chassis shines and allows the big sports touring bike to steer precisely. Stiff muscles from many motorway miles suddenly softens up and the FZ1 Fazer is really good fun on a twisty road. The claimed dry weight on a standard FZ1 Fazer is 199kg. Our SP Touring version must be a good few kilos heavier than this, but it still feels light and flickable. The die-cast diamond shaped aluminium frame is one of the best in the business. The 17 inch wheels come standard with a 190/50-ZR17 rear tyre, but with the 106bhp version I would opt for a 180/55-ZR17 personally for even quicker steering. The front tyre is a Bridgestone BT014 120/70-ZR17. They provided plenty of grip on cold and dusty Norwegian early spring roads. The front brake features double 320mm discs and four pot callipers. They are still powerful, but not more powerful than on the old Fazer. Sufficient at all times and lighter than radial struts.

 

The colour coordinated pannier set looks really smart on the FZ1 Fazer. They are wide enough to take enough luggage for a long weekend, but if you want to go camping in Europe there are no luggage rack, so you’ll then have to leave the pillion at home to bring tent and sleeping bag. That is what sports touring is all about, it gives you the ability to enjoy long and fast rides whilst featuring some practical details at the same time.

 

Conclusion:

 

You can’t have it all at the same time, but Yamaha FZ1 Fazer is pretty close. When you are not touring, panniers and side fairing can be removed and suddenly you have a streetfighter or a commuter. Isn’t that more versatile than a Honda VFR800 or Triumph Sprint ST? I think so, but Yamaha please sort out that throttle response.

 

 

It's called SP just cos it comes with full fairing, OEM panniers, a taller screen, and heated grips. Think a lot of the FZ1 guys here already have panniers and taller screens, so quite close to an SP. ;)

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Hi guys

 

I just bought a FZ6 and am contemplating between a rear box or side boxes. Is it very difficult to squeeze thru traffic with side boxes? The price for bracket and box abt $300?

 

The FC is abt 20km/l?

 

Tire pressure for the front (120/70) shld be??? and back tire is (180/55). Pls enlighten. Thanks in advance.

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Anyone here knows where I can hang my helmet on a FZ1N. I cant find anywhere to hang helmets.

 

Pls let me know if you can. Thank you. Where I can buy rack to put box for the bike?

 

Your reply is greatly appreciated.

Chase The Unknowns without Limits

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Hi guys

 

I just bought a FZ6 and am contemplating between a rear box or side boxes. Is it very difficult to squeeze thru traffic with side boxes? The price for bracket and box abt $300?

 

The FC is abt 20km/l?

 

Tire pressure for the front (120/70) shld be??? and back tire is (180/55). Pls enlighten. Thanks in advance.

 

not sure about boxes cause never own 1 before. but if u put side boxes not 100% can squueze through, must judge ureself, although i love the side boxes on a fazer cause it makes it looks cool..

 

FC is 18-22km/l depending on ure right wrist

 

check manual for tyre pressure, lol i also havent read

 

Anyone here knows where I can hang my helmet on a FZ1N. I cant find anywhere to hang helmets.

 

Pls let me know if you can. Thank you. Where I can buy rack to put box for the bike?

 

Your reply is greatly appreciated.

 

rack??a lot of shops. famous one is mtecknik, motoworld

about ure helmet gotto ask the fz1n riders:cheeky:

YAMAHA FZ1S ABS 2K12

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Anyone here has the service manual for Fazer FZ1N? Thank you. Can sell me or give to me? I also need the owner's manual. If you have it in softcopy will be the best. Thank you.

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Hi guys

 

I just bought a FZ6 and am contemplating between a rear box or side boxes. Is it very difficult to squeeze thru traffic with side boxes? The price for bracket and box abt $300?

 

The FC is abt 20km/l?

 

Tire pressure for the front (120/70) shld be??? and back tire is (180/55). Pls enlighten. Thanks in advance.

 

for my Fz1 if i go on normal road or touring i will keep it at 120 (front) 185-190 (rear)

 

- top box- non obligations in squezzing traffic..but looks a bit...

 

- side boxs- Nice looking and more luggage capacity..but squezzing through traffic needs a bit more pratice..

 

As the words go..

 

PRACTICE MAKE PERFECT

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not sure about boxes cause never own 1 before. but if u put side boxes not 100% can squueze through, must judge ureself, although i love the side boxes on a fazer cause it makes it looks cool..

 

FC is 18-22km/l depending on ure right wrist

 

check manual for tyre pressure, lol i also havent read

 

 

 

read the info on ur Chain guard..it should have clearly stated..

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not sure about boxes cause never own 1 before. but if u put side boxes not 100% can squueze through, must judge ureself, although i love the side boxes on a fazer cause it makes it looks cool..

 

FC is 18-22km/l depending on ure right wrist

 

 

Its been a long time since i gotten the huge 22km/l... Perhaps due to my sheer size..Fat biker =P

 

I've only gotten it once during a short trip to Segamat. Speed at 110km/h. Still remember very clearly, coz thats where I've finished my Run-In.

 

Ever since, my FC is roughly 19-20km/l. Riding with 36 psi and 42psi rear for max load.

 

Rider weight....higher 90's =D

 

Just got poisoned and bought an exhaust...Will update the new FC

I might be Left Handed, But I'm Always RIGHT

 

DIY list

 

1. Volt Meter

2. Air Box Mod

3. Electric Horn

4. Dual Head Light

5. Removing of Mid Pipe's Cat

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