Yamaha YZF R3 Review
Yamaha YZF R3 is a much anticipated full fairing bikes in India for experiencing the real racing thrill to the next level. The Yamaha R3 is a complete package of racing sports design and sharp performance. Though, the baby Yamaha R15 inspires the racing feel, the higher capacity bikes like Yamaha YZF R3 can get the riders closer further to the racing circuit itself.
The 300 cc monster, the Yamaha YZF R3 is now ready and going to be launched in the racing young hearts in India and beware of the YZF R3 riders. The competition is going to be made tougher because of this launch in the segment of same class.
The YZF R3 is going to be built through the CDK kits in India and Yamaha is expected to price the R3 reasonably.
Outlook and design
It is pointless in evaluating the beauty of the Yamaha YZF R3, since the motorcycle is well known for its external awesomeness and ferocious performance. The engineering minds of the Yamaha are seriously inspired by the aircraft and aerodynamics, in turn applied the strategy on building the YZF R3 to obey the same and performs like an air jet.
The sharp edges of the YZF R3 are made clear to omit the wind pressure for giving the rider a pure performance against the wind.
The combination of the colours used, separates the front fairing and the rest of the body with the magic of admiring racing graphic, which easily keeps the YZF R3 distinct from its lower version and other rivals.
The dual head lights look bold with the stubby front can get you the style from shark sometime, yet unique for the nature of the sport bike. The fuel tank of the Yamaha YZF R3 is well sized to keep intact the look of the sports bike and accommodates the driver Knee with the saddle position well.
The mid and side profile of Yamaha R3 remains matte finished merging partially with the faring part is attractive. The exhaust gets a slanting finish with a silvery touch faced up is a modern art for YZF R3. The tail end and the split seats without the grab rails maintain the feel of the sport bike.
Yamaha YZF R3 Engine specification
The 321cc displacement, liquid cooled Yamaha YZF R3 produces 42 Bhp @ 10750 rpm and 29.6 Nm @ 9000 rpm of maximum power and torque, respectively. The dual cylinder, 4-stoke, double overhead camshaft, 4-valves are powered by the 6-speed gear box and a fuel injection system incorporated should help the bike run 30 km per litre of petrol.
The engine feels smooth and responsive on hard and medium revs, thanks to the DOHC. The diamond chassis of the YZF helps shed weight and robust, contributing in the performance while hitting corners and swiftly runs.
Yamaha YZF R3 Top speed and mileage
The racing genes and blood of the Yamaha YZF R3 is striking fast and pushes everything behind and out of mind when you accelerate it for which the R3 is built. In just 2.89 seconds, the racing fire hits 60 Kmph and takes just 6 seconds to freeze from 0-100.
Keeping the throttle open on the runways, the Yamaha R3 can get you to the top speed of 190 and feels the engine never minds it and ready to go even further. The engine refinements are nothing to be thought since the engine from Yamaha motors is monitored right from its history.
The YZF R3 comes with the KYB Telescopic forks in the front and the pre-adjustable seven step rear suspension swing arm mono shocks are heavy at their duty.
The hydraulic single disc of 298 mm at the front and hydraulic single disc of 220 mm rear is the current specification of the YZF R3 braking units, while ABS idea will be carried over soon is anticipated.
The tubeless 110/70-17M/C 54H front and 140/70-17M/C 66H rear tyres are fair enough for finding grip and manoeuver easily. The rear side of YZF R3 looks sneezing is a matter of fact that the broader tyre contributes feeling it as a big beefy cake. Even the same size of the tyres is used in the naked version of the same bike, MT-03.
Yamaha YZF R3 colours
As of now the availability of the Yamaha YZF R3 will be in full black version and racing Yamaha blue.