Pay all your attention to this replica Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94, because it is single! Only one among you will have!
Now, you can fantasize. Do not retain your spirit with this union between the road and the machine. Take it along across the circuit, between the starting line of the Bowl of gold and the glance of David Checa. The engines do not thunder any more, the track was calmed, the Spanish pilot of the Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 advances towards you. Time stops one moment… you reconsider.
You reconsider to date where you deposited your entry form for the competition organized by Yamaha France and Michelin. A pair of tires to be cracked, some blows of pen, and the chance made the rest.
Now, David tightens you a helmet, the same one as it his, a blue X-LITE decorated with a map of the world. He signs it, you congratulated with a bit on mischievousness, but your directions seek already the supreme reward. It expects you, it is there, it was creates only with one specimen: R1 with the colors of one of the most famous TEAM of the endurance. Christophe Guyot is there too, the smile in the eyes. There is a little him in this bike, but especially all its passion in the adventure which it transmits today.
The Spanish pilot types you on the shoulder, heart rate packs, a metal noise fall into your hand. He has just given you the keys of Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 2nd edition (a first series was marketed in 2009).
This sporting allures by its engine with the chock cross-country race-plane, its typical growl, the performances that the Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94, the YART, Ben Spies, the MRT 74 and Gaby could leave there. In this version, it is seizing with the colour blue-white almost identical to that of the machine of world endurance. As in competition, its face and its bottom are scratched number fetish of Guyot. The armorial bearings of the partners of the TEAM are also affixed on the careenage. And the best rest to come: the equipment in no-claims bonus.
This R1 is equipped with a cap of saddle, a pair of Akrapovic silencers out of titanium, and Öhlins suspensions – a fork FGRT and a shock absorber TTX36 MK2. Plug in the key, start, the flag with checkerwork is at the end of the track, the 24 hours of Mans are in front of you, Suzuki expects you, Oscherschleben is in the test card… Speed belongs to you, the trajectory is expressed, but the tension is too strong, the vision is muddled and the moment is deleted.
Where is they? Where did David Checa, Christophe Guyot, this R1 Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94, the perfume of the competition and the fury of the endurance pass? Not very far: they shiver on this special edition, which will take seat in only one garage, for only one lucky winner.
Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 Specs
Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 Frame: Tally:
Deltabox to aluminiumReservoir some: 18 litresHautor of saddle: 835 mmLonguor: 2070 mmLargor: 715 mmHautor: 1130 mmEmpattement: 1415 mmPoids in functioning order: 206 kg
Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 Nose gear:
Reversed telehydraulic fork Öhlins FGRT Ø 43 mm, deb.: 120 mm2 discs Ø 310 mm, clamps 6 pistons fixing radialeRoue AV: 120/70 – 17”
Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 Transmission:
limp to 6 secondary rapportsTransmission by chain
Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 Rear wheel-axle unit:
Monoamortisseur Öhlins TTX 36 MK2, deb.: 120 mm1 disc Ø 220 mm, clamp 1 pistonRoue AR: 190/55 – 17”
Yamaha YZF-R1 1000 GMT 94 Engine:
4 Cylinders online, 4 tempsRefroidissement: Cooling liquideInjection Ø 45 mmdouble ACT4 valves by cylindre998 DC (78 X 52.2 mm mm) 182 ch with 12500 tr/min11.7 mkg with 10000 tr/min
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