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Yamaha R1 Owners: Tell Us Your Experiences

We’re putting a feature together on these used Yamaha R1s: An original 'side mounted exhaust R1' - 1998-2003 First generation underseat pipe - 2004 - 2006 Four valve head R1 - 2007 - 2008 Cross-plane crank R1 - 2009 - current We’d love to hear from you if you’ve owned any of these bikes. We’d like to know what you like and...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (29 October 2012 09:24)

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Oct 12

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lffuenmayorr says:

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Jul 10

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piroflip says:

I had an 08 one for.........

......two years. It was an amazing machine with more low down grunt than some tourers. It would pull from 30 in top gear; not that many would want to do that. Some didn't like the underseat pipes but I never had a problem with them. The only minor niggle I had was that the odd time I stalled it pulling away it was a bugger to re-start it. When it did start it would not idle for the first few seconds and needed to be kept revving. The brakes were brilliant and the gearbox very slick.

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