2018 Yamaha XV950 Racer Specs, Price and Reviews- Yamaha Europe says its line of Sport Classic models is “Roused by the past, worked for what’s to come.” And this portrayal unquestionably applies to this most recent Sport Classic model: the Yamaha XV950 Racer, which is a starker minor departure from the strong XV950 custom model propelled by various purported “yard-fabricated” specials made by shops in Europe. As to this specific Yamaha, an extraordinary custom bicycle called “El Raton Asesino,” made by German pro Marcus Walz, was the most powerful.
To underline its sportier expectations, the Yamaha XV950 Racer highlights cut ons, a fog light eyebrow, an indecent looking solo seat, and an Akrapovic matte-dark two-into-one ventilation system and suppressor, in addition to gas-charged back stuns, rearset pegs, number plates and a daisy-style front circle brake. Matt-dark paint is generously connected to the motor and most other mechanical parts for an additional intense look.
This Yamaha “retro-racer” depends on the gentle yet torquey 60-degree 942cc V-twin Americans find in the Star Bolt. In standard XV950 condition of tune, the air-cooled SOHC powerplant produces an asserted 52 torque at 5,500 rpm. Bobber and custom packs are accessible from Yamaha for extra customization. The bobber pack has a thin solo seat with uncovered springs and a metal air channel cover. The custom unit has a smaller than normal best fairing, in addition to an arrangement of calfskin sacks.
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