Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 2005

SSTTOOPP !!! Stop everything! Let go of everything you do and come take 2 minutes to admire the imprint Yamaha will leave in history. With the new R1, everything is turned upside down, the references pulverized, the maddening numbers, and the fatal beauty. – 180 hp – to tow 172 kg! that’s it, madness exists. A 1 liter engine developing as much power as the ZX-12R (the most powerful machine until 2004) to take a machine practically as light as an SVS 650. Today, Yam presents a brand new R1 – the plastic is close to that of 2002 but everything else is new. Aaahh, that beauty! The main features of the one that reminded us of the MV-Agusta F4 remain, the aggressiveness underlines them: the forced air intakes and the subtle look R1-R6 give a wicked and magnificent face. The rear is sumptuous with this new LED rear light and the titanium pots under the saddle complete this delightful cocktail. The new reinforced die-cast aluminum swingarm is reversed (as on the Suzuki TLR), the frame completely new as well as the new 4-cylinder. More compact, it develops 13% more power and takes 2,500 rpm more. No, I didn’t make a mistake: it is indeed 2,500 trs. The Deltabox V frame is narrower, further refining the bike which loses 2 kilos in its mutation. The driving position has been revised, that of the passenger too – he really has nothing more to do in the jump seat. Like the competition, brake calipers adopt radial mounting; we can expect the best from the tuning fork manufacturer.

New dashboard with red zone at 13,750 rpm, new rims, new … new … everything is new and everything is better! A new queen is born !

RStylistic reference in the world of Japanese sports, the R1 narrowly escaped the title of queen of efficiency. This crown owned by the GSX-R 1000 is about to change heads. If the designers seem to have done an internship in an art school to design the dress of the motorcycle, the engine manufacturers ate a serious dose of Weetabix every morning. As proof, the strength of the new mill. Power down to mid-range is similar to the old version, i.e. copious but a tone below that of the Suzuki. This last remains unbeatable for its trunk but the Yam pays itself the luxury of being more "pot-bellied" than the CBR 1000 RR and ZX-10R. Then when she goes into the towers, you step into another dimension. Watts galore, potato like a 357 Magnum bullet, and immense pleasure. Sensational, oh yes! But less than the Kawa. The Greens have designed a machine that goes insane as it approaches the red zone; At Yam, we release almost as much power while offering a certain delicacy. The R1 sticks your eyes to the back of your head but remains serene. Suddenly, confidence sets in, and we beat the lap times without fighting too much. On the racetrack, the tracker does not cut corners: she drops the CBR and the GSX-R without any state of mind, but fails against the furious ZX-10R (source Moto-journal). Good Lord ! How is it possible ?
It is quite simple. Rossi’s new bosses have tried to square the circle. Not only did they create a great machine, capable of pulling out virtually anything on the track, but they made the R1 more user-friendly. Pleasure ?

But yes – the one who passed for the most exclusive of Japanese women put water in her wine. The handlebars go up a little, the steering damper is supplied as standard … and the bike becomes incredibly efficient on open roads. No more guides that stuck to the basques of previous generations. Comfort has improved (well, it’s still an R1), and the wrists suffer less. Okay, the Yam is a bit less agile than the Kawa; but the arrival of the less disconcerting power limits the risks of a big fright in the turns … especially if you open like a madman.
Even more beautiful, more powerful, more stable, more comfortable, more sensational … do I need to continue ?

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    Performances

    Max speed:
    295 km / h

  • Acceleration
    0 to 100: 3 s
  • Consumption
    medium: 6 l

The technical aspect

Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 2005

  • Frame
  • Tank: 18 liters
  • Width: 720 mm
  • Height: 1,105 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1395 mm
  • Dry weight: 172 kg
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  • Transmission
  • Final chain drive
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 998 cc
    (77 x 53.6 mm)
  • 172
    ch
    at 12,500 rpm
  • 10.90 mkg
    at 10,500 rpm

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