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Andy Downes  says:

New Yamaha Fazer8 revealed

Yamaha has finally taken the wraps off the new Fazer8 – the half-faired version of the 799cc middleweight that will be going on sale in the UK this summer. 2010 Yamaha FZ8 official image So far only the naked FZ8 bikes has been seen completely undisguised. The Fazer8 and naked FZ8 version are replacing the Fazer6 and FZ6 models so Yamaha has...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (25 February 2010 10:58)

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Feb 04

Posts: 8

stoney45 says:



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Jul 09

Posts: 21

Woodystock says:

Well, its looks is not innovative much. The exhaust pipe looks very cheap and over-simplistic. Honda shows that even such a detail can make bike more appealing. Hope that it will inherit "big bang" crank.

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Aug 02

Posts: 239

Biker4751 says:


Can I get one with the Tenere hard bags?  Please?  Does this really have an "all new" engine or is it just a sleeved down version of the liter bike?  How much does it weigh?

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Aug 02

Posts: 109

1100970 says:

How Much ???

If the Super Tenere is 13.5 Grand then this bike will cost 12  grand. Yamaha`s single cylinder Tenere will cost 11 Grand and Yamaha will charge you £50 for sitting on one of there bikes in a bike shop.


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Aug 07

Posts: 49

Bri55hornet says:

Yamaha 800

It would seem to be the perfect size bike for to days roads. I cant wait to test one out should be a long distance couriers dream . . . .   z z   z z  Z! 

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Jan 04

Posts: 16

wombat4 says:

Fazer 8

With Fuel approaching 1.25 per gallon again 80 BHP & 80 MPG would be nice.

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Mar 10

Posts: 1

lobsterman says:


I don't really get this bike,it's clearly based on an FZ1, so what will it be, a very heavy FZ6 replacement (20 kilos more?) or will it be an underpowered FZ1,or is the cunning plan to replace both bikes with one, which would make some kind of commercial sense.

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Mar 10

Posts: 5

Fazer 8

Looking for a Bandit 600 replacement that will do everything. Was thinking of Fazer 1000 but seems a bit extreme,  this sounds perfect. Good one Yamaha.


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Feb 10

Posts: 1

mattian says:

leave it naked

I dont like the half faired look.....  leave it naked.  if you want a fully faired yama you've got plenty to choose from.  Leave the Fazer naked I say.

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Aug 02

Posts: 4

dazliss says:

Why do engine capacities keep going up? First the VFR now this. I don't want to give this bloody government any more money than I have to. Over 600cc means more road tax and my Fazer6 S2 is all the bike I need, I just don't get it.

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