Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer is an all-round semi touring bike produced from 1998 to 2003. It was a very popular motorcycle and in 2004 Yamaha introduced FZ6, the successor of FZS 600. Fazer has a sport engine (slightly modified Yamaha YZF 600R Thundercat engine) and front brakes from YZF R1, which mades it a good street bike and also an exellent one for tourism.
|Engine||599 cc inline-four, four-stroke|
|Valves||16 (4 for each cylinder)|
|Power||95 bhp at 11500 RPM|
|Torque||61, 2 Nm at 9500 RPM|
|0-100 km/h||3,3 s|
|Top speed||217 km/h|
|Front break||double 298 mm discs (4 pistons in each caliper)|
|Rear break||single 245 mm disc (2 pistons in the caliper)|
|Front tyre||110/70"17 54H|
|Rear tyre||160/60"17 69H|
|Seat height||790 mm|
|Weight||ca. 210 kg (189 kg dry)|
|Fuel capacity||18 l|
- 1998 The FSZ600 Fazer was introduced in 1998.
- Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer S version avilable. Larger fuel tank, preload ajustment on front shocks, lower exhaust system which improved a passenger comfort.
- New, modern-looking front fairing desing, simmilar to FZS 1000 Fazer, named by owners "fox eyes". Yamaha changed clocks, stainless exhaust system, front seat and fuel tank.