By: Panjam on 2015-06-24

What is the difference between Yamaha FZS and FZ-1?

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Both are different types of bikes, following are the differences:

ENGINE
Yamaha FZS is powered by 153cc Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 2-valve engine, produces maximum power of 14PS@ 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 13.6 Nm @6000 rpm, mated with constant mesh 5-speed transmission gears.
Yamaha FZ1 is powered by 998cc Liquid Cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC, 5-valve engine, produces maximum power of 150 PS/11,000 rpm and maximum torque of 106 Nm/ 8,000 rpm, mated with constant mesh, 6-speed transmission gears.

STARTING METHOD
Yamaha FZS: electric and kick start.
Yamaha FZ1: electric start only

FUEL SUPPLY
Yamaha FZS: Carburetor
Yamaha FZ1: Fuel Injection.

KERB WEIGHT
Yamaha FZS: 135 kg.
Yamaha FZ1: 214 Kg.

SUSPENSION (FRONT/REAR)
Yamaha FZS: Telescopic / Monocross
Yamaha FZ1: Telescopic fork / Swingarm

BRAKE TYPE(FRONT/REAR)
Yamaha FZS: Disc/Drum
Yamaha FZ1: Dual Hydraulic disc brake Ø 320 mm / Single hydraulic disc brake Ø 245 mm3

Ex-Showroom Price in New Delhi as on 14.07.2015
Yamaha FZS: Rs. 75,893
Yamaha FZ1: Rs. 11,42,999



 

Ikagrah   2015-07-22 18:18:48

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