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This is Update: 2009 Yamaha R1 Unveiled!
In 2008, Yamaha’s YZF-R1 reached the 10-year anniversary of its introduction. In 1998 the 150-horsepower R1 was nothing less than revolution. While being more vicious than the rest, it left the 143-horsepower 1998 Kawasaki ZX-9R for dead. Honda and Suzuki were nowhere near and got caught with their pants down. It took three full years for the others to catch up, and only Suzuki managed to take away the literbike crown with the all-new GSX-R1000 in 2001.
Product cycles for Japanese sportbikes usually follow a two-year pattern. The ’98 R1 was followed with a revised version in 2000, then with another revamp in ’02. An all-new R1 debuted in 2004, boasting a more oversquare (77.0 x 53.6mm bore/stroke) engine architecture and sexy new styling. It was such a successful design that Yamaha kept with the same platform until its update in 2007 that saw the introduction of a slipper clutch, variable-length intakes and a new four-valve cylinder head.

If the 2009 YZF-R1 looks as good as our concept sketches, Yamaha dealers will be challenged to keep them in stock.

If the 2009 YZF-R1 looks as good as our concept sketches, Yamaha dealers will be challenged to keep them in stock.
Or perhaps you prefer black…? We hope Yamaha can produce an under-engine exhaust system that looks as good as this one.

Or perhaps you prefer black…? We hope Yamaha can produce an under-engine exhaust system that looks as good as this one.

This meant that the 2008 R1 was basically a five-year-old design, so it shouldn’t be much of a shocker that the R1 finished in last place in our recent Literbike Shootout, in which we predicted Yamaha might have an answer in a new offering we should see this September.

To counter the current R1’s relative dearth of midrange and top-end power, Yamaha may reduce the bore of its new engine to somewhere close to its CBR and ZX-10R rivals’ 76.0mm, or perhaps even smaller to something approaching the Gixxer Thou’s 73.4mm bore. It will surely have the YCC-I variable intakes and YCC-T ride-by-wire throttle. We expect a claim of something near 190 crankshaft horsepower, which would put it above 160 ponies at the rear wheel.

The current R1’s undertail exhaust looked trick in 2004, but the tides are changing with regard to optimal exhaust designs. We predict Yamaha will fit an under-engine exhaust like the 2008 R6 and CBR1000RR, which places a heavy muffler and its required catalysts in a low location that has minimal negative effect on handling. Radial-mount brake calipers and master cylinder are a given, as is a refined version of its slipper clutch.

In addition to this new R1, Yamaha is expected to debut its long-awaited redesign of the iconic VMax. We showed you a concept of such a bike at our IMS event report, and we’re expecting to see a production version in the flesh sometime soon. It will continue with a V-4 engine, but we’re expecting a big boost in power to rival Suzuki’s Hayabusa-engined B-King.

MSRP*$8,790 (Team Yamaha Blue/White) Available from July 2008; CA model from August 2008
$8,690 (Raven) Available from July 2008; CA model from August 2008
Type600cc liquid-cooled inline 4-cylinder; DOHC, 16 valves
Bore x Stroke65.5mm x 44.5mm
Compression Ratio12.4:1
Fuel DeliveryFuel Injection
IgnitionDigital DC-CDI
Transmission6-speed; multiplate wet clutch
Final DriveChain
Suspension/Front43mm fork; fully adjustable, 4.7-in travel
Suspension/RearSingle shock; fully adjustable, 4.7-in travel
Brakes/FrontDual 298mm floating disc, 4-piston calipers
Brakes/Rear220mm disc; single-piston caliper
Length79.7 in
Width27.1 in
Height42.9 in
Seat Height32.3 in
Wheelbase54.3 in
Rake (Caster Angle)24.0°
Trail3.4 in
Fuel Capacity4.5 gal
Fuel Economy**42 mpg
Wet Weight410 lb
Warranty1 Year Limited Warranty

Research the 2009 Yamaha Raider Cruiser with the information in our new motorcycle Buyer’s Guide. Our buyer’s guide provides new motorcycle pricing information, photos and colors, specification data and more.


Horsepower (bhp): N/A bhp
Torque (Ft Lbs): N/A lbs
Redline RPM: N/A RPM


Body Material: N/A
Frame: Aluminum
Hand Grip Material: Rubber


Number Of Speeds: 5
Transmission Brands: N/A
Transmission Types: Manual


Speedometer: Standard
Tachometer: Not Available
Fuel Level Warning: Standard


Rear Wheel Diameter: 18
Front Wheel Width (in): N/A
Rear Wheel Width (in): N/A

Bags & Storage

Tank Bag: Not Available
Saddle Bag(s): N/A
Lockable Storage: Not Available


Front Tire Speed Rating: N/A
Rear Tire Speed Rating: N/A
Tire Brand: N/A

Fuel Economy

US MPG (City): N/A
US MPG (Combined): 42
US MPG (Hwy): N/A


Front Caliper Pistons: N/A
Rear Caliper Pistons: N/A
Rear Brake Rotor Width (mm): N/A

Suspension & Steering

Front Suspension Brand: N/A
Front Suspension Type: Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Type: Twin Sided Swing Arm


Seat Height (mm): 693.4
Seat Material: N/A
Seat Type: Two-Piece

Other Specs

Fuel Capacity (gal): 4.2
Number Of Speakers: N/A
Adjustable Handlebars: Not Available

2009 Yamaha Raider Base Specifications

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Model Type Cruiser
Warranty 12
Engine Type V Twin
Cylinders 2
Engine Stroke 4-Stroke
Cooling Air
Valves 8
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Valve Configuration OHV - Pushrod
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Starter Electric
Fuel Requirements Regular
Fuel Type Gas
Transmission Type Manual
Number Of Speeds 5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel) Belt
Wheels & Tires:
Front Tire (Full Spec) 120/70-21
Rear Tire (Full Spec) 210/40-18
Front Brake Type Dual Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake Type Hydraulic Disc
Technical Specifications:
Wheelbase (in/mm) 70.9 / 1800.9
Fuel Capacity (gal/l) 4.2 / 15.9

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Model Features Styling and Ergonomics • Styling and livery inspired by the legendary XR 750 ™ flat track racer • Wide, black handlebars for dirt track looks and superb control • Rear-set footrests for excellent cornering clearance • Ergonomics designed around average height European male rider • Standard passenger footrests Powertrain, Intake and Exhaust • Isolation-mounted high torque 1200cc Evolution ® V-Twin engine finished in silver powdercoat • 5-speed transmission • Downdraft Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) and electronically controlled active intake system

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