yamaha_FJ1100 (1985)

The Yamaha FJ1100 was first introduced in 1984 and showcased the company’s new trend of focusing on four-stroke engines. It lasted until 1985 when it was replaced by the FJ1200. The FJ1100 featured an air-cooled, four-cylinder engine that could produce a maximum power of 125 hp at 8,500 RPM. The bike had an impressive acceleration with a top speed of 135 mph. It was designed to be a sports touring motorcycle, providing a comfortable ride for long-distance trips.

The FJ1100 was fitted with advanced technology for its time, such as adjustable suspension, anti-dive technology, and a six-speed transmission. It also had an aerodynamic fairing that protected riders during high-speed riding, reducing wind drag and noise.

The FJ1100 received good reviews for its smooth ride, fast acceleration, and handling. However, it was criticized for its weight, which made it challenging to handle at low speeds. Nonetheless, the bike still remains popular among riders and enthusiasts today.

Overall, the Yamaha FJ1100 was a significant contributor to Yamaha’s successful history in the motorcycle industry. It paved the way for future models that combined speed, comfort, and technical innovation into a single package.


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