Diesel technology is coming up big of late. First with the Audi Le Mans racer and now Yamaha developing an inline-four intercooled and turbocharged diesel engine. Yamaha has filed a patent application for various technological solutions related to the aforementioned diesel engine. The intercooler seems to be located above the engine or concealed in the … Read More
Yamaha is a Japanese two-wheeler maker that is mostly known for producing performance oriented motorcycles. Yamaha was found in 1955, when the Japanese manufacturer introduced their first bike 1 YA-1 that had a single-cylinder, two-stroke, 125cc engine. At present, Yamaha has a wide range of products that includes scooters, cruiser bikes, sport touring bikes, dual-sport bikes and sports bikes. The Yamaha bikes range from 50cc to 2000cc. Yamaha entered the Indian market initially in 1985. Later in 2001, Yamaha acquired complete stake and got the Indian operations under its complete control.
Yamaha India has launched performance parts for the Yamaha R15 and the Ymaha FZ16. However what do the Yamaha racing kits consist of? Re-mapped ECU, High-lift cam-shaft, Full exhaust system, Special alloy sprockets, Adjustable Foot rests, Larger diameter petal disc front brake, Stainless steel brake hose and Race-spec master brake oil cylinder are the parts … Read More
Yamaha India brought out another round of Racing Ride Tech Challenge exclusively for its customers on the 21st June, 2009, where Yamaha bike owners zoomed on the tracks of India Expo Mart, Greater Noida Expressway. This initiative by Yamaha has drawn a platform for all the potential users to show off their spectacular steeds.
Yamaha India seems to love red, first the blazing red R15 and now the Gladiator. Either Yamaha has excess of red colour lying in their inventory or maybe they want to get push sales of the 4-stroke, 125cc, 11PS, 5-speed bike. The Yamaha Gladiator costs Rs. 46,000 (ex-showroom).
Yamaha plans to make the country an export hub for engines and bikes, including shipments to the US and Japan, besides bolstering its dealer and after-sales service network here. The company, which will be investing around Rs 240 crore in 2010-11 on developing more than two new India specific models, is aiming to have a … Read More
The launch of the Yamaha R15 and Yamaha FZ16 has really put Yamaha India on the right track. Yamaha has seen a three-fold jump in its domestic sales during December 2008 at 16,000, compared with 5,524 units in the same month in 2007.