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2022 Yamaha XSR900

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New XSR900: Legend Reborn XSRs are not merely a revival of an ancestor or simply vintage-inspired. Each model pays tribute to an iconic motorcycle and design from the company’s rich history, while at the same time offering performance minded riders the very latest engine and chassis technology. The new generation Deltabox-style frame is a perfect example of how the XSR900 blends Yamaha heritage design with the latest road sports technology like nothing else. 40 years ago Yamaha was the first manufacturer to move away from the conventional tubular frame and develop what was then a controversial Deltabox design. With many wins to its credit, the Deltabox frame design proved its superiority beyond doubt. The new XSR900 now features a radically improved Deltabox chassis. Other key features such as the muscular fuel tank and vented body panels provide a purposeful design with an absence of superfluous elements and can trace their heritage back to the original 1980s racers that changed the motorcycle world.

New lighter, stronger and sharper Deltabox aluminium chassis Longitudinal, lateral and torsional rigidity are all significantly increased, resulting in better straight line stability together without affecting agility. The head pipe is located 30mm lower than the previous model for increased feeling when cornering. This allows the handlebars to be mounted lower to give the XSR900 a more aggressive stance. Combined with other changes to the chassis there is a 14% reduction in inertia around the steering axis compared to the previous model – enabling the rider to corner quickly, accurately and confidently. Straight line stability is also enhanced by the fitment of a box-section aluminium swingarm that is 55 mm longer than the previous model
– and an all-new model-specific subframe is featured. The swingarm now pivots inside the frame which is a slimmer and more rigid design. Race-inspired fuel tank and vented bodywork
The XSR900’s fuel tank is inspired by Yamaha’s 80s-era Grand Prix road racers, and features air intakes at the front that not only help to enhance the engine efficiency, but also transmit the
powerful sound of the intake roar to the rider at higher speeds. The relationship between the sculpted 15-litre fuel tank and humped seat gives a riding position further behind the bike’s midpoint, almost above the rear axle. Much attention was focused on the shapes of the parts that the rider comes into contact with, such as the fuel tank, seat and bar-position.
Compact vented sidepanels give the XSR900 a minimalistic look, and the tank’s race style filler cap underlines the bike’s sporting heritage.

High performance brakes and suspension: No  compromise technology High quality components are evident throughout the XSR900, and the new Brembo radial front master cylinder underlines the bike’s cutting edge specification that backs up its very impressive sporting potential. Featuring a piston that moves parallel to the adjustable brake lever, this system gives accurate feedback from the dual 298 mm front discs, and provides an unprecedented amount of stopping power with a high level of controllability. Attention to detail can be seen in the beautifully made forged brake pedal that controls the 245mm rear disc. Suspension is first class, and features fully adjustable KYB USD front forks with a gold finish that enhances the bike’s
appearance. The link-type rear suspension features a forward inclined adjustable KYB shock virtually hidden from sight to give the rear a clean and sleek appearance. Aluminium 10-spoke spinforged wheels: Yamaha’s lightest ever By manufacturing the new XSR900’s wheels using Yamaha’s exclusive spinforging technology it has been possible to make the front/rear wheel
set 700g lighter than before. This is a significant reduction in unsprung weight that gives more responsive suspension action for increased agility and stability. The lighter wheels decrease the moment of inertia at the rear by 11% to make the new XSR900 feel much more responsive, particularly when cornering and braking. Round LED headlight – modern meets retro
An endearing characteristic of the original XSR900, the round headlight, has been continued but takes it to the next level with full LED functionality. As well as providing a strong beam of light with a wide horizontal beam for excellent cornering vision at night, the new LED unit allows the use of a much shorter housing. Brushed aluminium headlight stays reinforce the bike’s strong and mechanical design, underlining its status as Yamaha’s premier sport heritage model. To emphasise the historic racing image, the XSR900 comes fitted with a hidden LED taillight
located beneath the seat hump. LED flashers underline the elegant and sporty lines of this high performance bike. Premium details, high build quality The cockpit is enhanced with a machined top triple clamp, drilled fork caps and an aluminium XSR logo. Other features include an embossed aluminium rear underplate, forged foot controls, black brake reservoirs and bar end mirrors showing that this is a motorcycle that is ready to make an impression – and not just with the rider.

New 889cc CP3 engine: More torque, more power For 2022 the XSR900 is driven by a more powerful, larger capacity 889cc CP3 engine producing stronger, linear torque for
outstanding acceleration. Compared to the previous engine, the new unit features a 3mm longer stroke to give an extra 43cc, and virtually all of the major internal components have been
redesigned and lightened to make this one of the strongest performers in its class. Lighter pistons contribute towards the engine’s lower weight (not including the exhaust) – 300g
less than previously – and these changes give a 4 PS increase in power up to 119 PS at 10,000 rpm. More significantly the torque produced by this engine – already famous for its strong and
linear output – increases significantly to 93.0 Nm. This represents an increase of 6% in torque, and it is achieved at only 7000 rpm – a figure that is 1500 rpm lower than the previous model.
The XSR900’s new exhaust features unequal length headers and dual-sided outlets, and by experimenting with muffler chamber size, the ideal sound was achieved. Together with the
3-duct design with dual air-intakes, the sound for the rider itself was also perfectly orchestrated. Lighter feeling A&S clutch: Confident chassis control To handle the XSR900’s markedly increased torque levels the A&S clutch is uprated with different friction plates, and the cam angle of the clutch is changed from 30 degrees to 33 degrees. These changes reduce the load on the clutch springs, and so although the engine is delivering more torque at lower engine speeds, the clutch actually feels lighter at the lever. By absorbing back torque the A&S clutch helps
to achieve gentler and more stable chassis behaviour during downshifts, giving increased controllability when slowing down.

XSR900 SPECIFICATIONS
Engine type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, inline triple cylinder
Displacement 889cm³
Bore x stroke 78.0 mm x 62.1 mm
Compression ratio 11.5 : 1
Lubrication system Wet sump
Clutch type Wet, multiple disc
Fuel management Fuel injection
Ignition system TCI
Starter system Electric
Transmission system Constant mesh, six-speed with A & S clutch
Final transmission Chain
Frame Aluminium control filled Deltabox
Front suspension system Telescopic fork adjustable for preload, rebound and compression
Front travel 130mm
Rear suspension system Linked monoshock adjustable for preload and rebound
Rear travel 137mm
Front brake Twin discs, Ø 298 mm
Rear brake Single disc, Ø 245 mm
Brake system Radial master cylinder and calipers, triple disc with ABS
Front wheel/tyre 10-spoke cast aluminium 120/70 ZR17
Rear tyre wheel/tyre 10-spoke cast aluminium 180/55 ZR17
Overall length 2155 mm
Overall width 860 mm
Overall height 1115 mm
Seat height 810 mm
Wet weight 193 kg with 14 litres of fuel and fluids
Minimum ground clearance 140 mm
Fuel tank capacity 14 litres
Warranty 24 months
Colours Legend Blue or Midnight Black

Product Description

850CC 3-Cylinder

The XSR900 has the go to match the show with a powerful in-line 3-cylinder 850cc crossplane engine. The liquid-cooled 4-stroke motor benefits from some of the latest bike technology to deliver an unparalleled riding experience, including a Traction Control System (TCS), Assist and Slipper (AS) clutch and D-MODE engine selection system.

Yamaha XSR900 Traction Control System

Traction Control System

The Traction Control System (TCS) is fully adjustable with three performance modes depending on the road conditions. Riders can opt for minimal or maximal intervention and can also switch the system off completely when appropriate to do so.

Yamaha XSR900 Adjustable Suspension

Adjustable Suspension

The XSR900 offers total set-up control with 41mm upside down front forks with adjustable rebound damping. The rear Monocross linked-type suspension offers both preload and rebound damping adjustment. Cast and forged aluminium brackets and handlebar crowns continue the high quality feel.

Yamaha D Mode

Yamaha D-Mode

The icing on the cake for total control comes in the form of Yamaha’s D-MODE selection system, allowing the selection of engine character to suit the riding conditions. Riders can switch between sharper response characteristics and a milder, gentler setting with easier-to-use power for more challenging road conditions.

Engine Type Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-valve, 3-cylinder
Displacement (cc) 847.0
Bore x Stroke (mm) 78.0 x 59.1
Compression Ratio 11.5 : 1
Lubrication System Wet sump
Fuel Management Fuel Injection
Ignition TCI
Starter System Electric
Fuel Tank Capacity (L) 14.0
Final Transmission Chain
Transmission Constant mesh 6-speed

Frame Type Diamond
Suspension Front Telescopic forks, 137mm travel
Suspension Rear Swingarm (link suspension), 130mm travel
Brakes Front Hydraulic dual discs, 298mm – ABS
Brakes Rear Hydraulic single disc, 245mm – ABS
Tyres Front 120/70 ZR17M/C(58W) Tubeless
Tyres Rear 180/55 ZR17M/C (73W) Tubeless

Length (mm) 2075
Width (mm) 815
Height (mm) 1140
Seat Height (mm) 830
Wheelbase (mm) 1440
Ground Clearance (mm) 135
Wet Weight (kg) 195