|Also called||SR500S (spoked wheels), SR 500 S (spoked wheels), SR500G (cast wheels), SR 500 G (cast wheels), SR500G, SR500G, SR500 (reduced effect), SR500S, SR500T|
|Production||1976 - 1999|
|Engine||single cylinder, four-stroke|
|Bore / Stroke||87.0mm x 84.0mm|
|Top speed||81 mph (131 km/h)|
|Horse Power||23.47 HP (17.5 KW) @ 6000RPM|
|Torque||27.29 ft/lbs (37.0 Nm) @ 3500RPM|
|Sparkplug||NGK BP7ES '78-79|
NGK BP6ES '80-81
|Battery||YUASA 12N7-3B '78-79 , '80-81|
|Transmission||Gear box: 5-speed |
Final Drive: chain
|Suspension||Front: Telescopic Forks |
Rear: Adjustable Spring Preload
|Brakes||Front: single disc |
Rear: expanding brake
|Wheelbase||55.31 inches (1405 mm)|
|Dimensions||W 33.31 inches (846 mm)|
|Seat height||31.89 inches (810 mm)|
|Weight||339.51 pounds (154.0 Kg) (dry), 173.0 kg (wet)|
|Fuel capacity||3.7 Gallon (14.00 Liters)|
|Fuel consumption||0.48 liters/100 km (208.3 km/l or 490.04 mpg)|
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The Yamaha SR500 was a single cylinder, four-stroke Touring motorcycle produced by Yamaha between 1976 and 1999. It could reach a top speed of 81 mph (131 km/h). Max torque was 27.29 ft/lbs (37.0 Nm) @ 3500 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 23.47 HP (17.5 KW) @ 6000 RPM.
In the 1970s, Yamaha developed models for every possible niche in the market with the intention of beating Honda. This obsession drove Yamaha to the brink of failure, but it did create two excellent road bikes: the XS1100, which had the biggest engine capacity of its day, and the basic SR500.
An Extraordinary Career
Like its off-road clone, the XT500 , the SR had an extraordinary career. Virtually without competition, it was comparable in price and performance to the 400cc twins. but had the great advantage of character. There were still those who yearned for the four stroke big single, extinct since the collapse of the British manufacturers ten years earlier, and still regarded it as the purest sort of motorcycle.
Its faults were known and loved! The engine felt alive, you could enjoy the machine's vibrations and its fickle moods.The very act of kick-starting a big single made its rider feel like a true motorcyclist. The big four-stroke Single fills a similar role in European two wheeler culture as the Harley does in America. Yamaha succeeded in reviving the legend by offering a compromise of classic and cutting-edge style, a clean and reliable engine and up-to-date technology. In the German market, the SR remained the most popular motorcycle. Remarkably,in 1989 this market managed to get the original disc front brake replaced by a classic brake drum.This new nostalgic image prompted the relaunch of the SR on the French market in 1992.
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi-plate.
It came with a 3.50-18 front tire and a 4.00-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The front suspension was a Telescopic Forks while the rear was equipped with a Adjustable Spring Preload. The SR500 was fitted with a 3.7 Gallon (14.00 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 339.51 pounds (154.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 55.31 inches (1405 mm) long.
1976 - 1983 Yamaha SR 500
The Yamaha SR 500 is an air-cooled, four stroke, 499cc motorcycle. Compared to the XT500, the SR500E has considerably less rake (27.7 degrees vs. almost 31 degrees) and trail (4.7 inches vs. 5.7 inches), producing a quicker-steering bike.
1984 - 1998 Yamaha SR 500
The SR 500 model is a Touring bike manufactured by Yamaha. In this version sold from year 1984, the dry weight is and it is equipped with a Single cylinder, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 27.00 HP (19.7 kW) @ 6000 RPM.
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