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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 01:11 AM Thread Starter
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Are FJR/s still here

Did Yamaho stopped making the FJR for 2020?
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post #2 of 49 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 03:14 AM
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I imagine so long as the FJR is used as a police bike somewhere in the world they'll keep making it.




I don't see anything solid about Yamaha's 2020 offerings in general yet
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Yamaha is always late with the announcement of next year's model, after they have announced all other models for the next year. It'll be in January of that year, and won't be available until April of that year. Just the way they've always done it.

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They already made the best color in 2007 though, what's left to discuss?
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They’re nudging a 20th anniversary and I guess there’ll be something to celebrate. It’s also possible it will be the end of the FJR with the new emissions requirements coming into force.
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I think if they can get a big twin such as a BMW boxer to pass Euro5, an FJR shouldn't be a problem.

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They’re nudging a 20th anniversary and I guess there’ll be something to celebrate. It’s also possible it will be the end of the FJR with the new emissions requirements coming into force.
FJR met Euro 6 emissions requirements with the introduction of the catalytic converter on the 2014 model year onwards

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FJR met Euro 6 emissions requirements with the introduction of the catalytic converter on the 2014 model year onwards
That sounds promising then
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FJR met Euro 6 emissions requirements with the introduction of the catalytic converter on the 2014 model year onwards
Does my 2007 have catalytic material in the exhaust?
Perhaps I just assumed I had catalyst and was restricted to lead free fuel.

Can I run leaded fuel without concern?
(100LL aviation fuel)(has more lead than Ethel ever did)

Does leaded fuel affect the o2 sensor? Again I am assuming.
I assumed that lead free fuel restriction was ONLY because it coats and destroys the catalytic ceramic material.

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