Yamaha YZF750R (1993 - 1996)

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Yamaha YZF750R (1993 - 1996)

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1993 YAMAHA YZF750 Waves of nostalgia come flooding back. After all this was the bike - albeit a severely race-prepped one - I spent three quality seasons in BSB on, so just climbing aboard one again brought a bit of a lump to my throat. Strange thing about the YZF ...  Continue reading

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Oodles of feel good factor, great handling and scary power. Will have you smiling with a cigarette after a day's riding with a post coital grin! Continue reading...


Just bought one her in the US a 94 model. Not the power of my newer bikes but a real fun ride do to it's handling.

Posted: 23/06/2011 at 00:54

Had one for a year now and still enjoying it. Had to switch the 6 pot calipers for some blue spots as soon as I bought it, so now have functional braking without the bonus of warped discs.
EXUP gives very nice linear power delivery all the way up to 8K, then there's a satisfying burst of crazy all the way to the 13K redline.
Overall, recommended - comfortable for long distance (did 740 miles on the National Rally last year without any cramps), but still nicely responsive in corners.
Remember to put a spot of weld on the front sprocket nut though; major design flaw allows the nut to come off even with the retainer in place, Yam thought 2.5 threads was enough to hold the nut on - believe me, it isn't. TDMs, Thundercats and a couple of others were recalled for the same problem, but sadly Yam issued a 'f*ck you' to YZF owners so you're on your own...

Posted: 20/03/2012 at 21:40

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A classic from WSB's glory years.
The engine burns oil and it's a bit top-endy.
  • Price: £7349.00
  • Year: 1993 - 1996
  • Engine capacity: 749cc
  • Power: 106bhp
  • Torque: 60lb ft
  • Weight: 195kg

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