Yamaha FZ6R 2010

Yamaha FZ6-R Fazer 2009 Repair Manual

Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Yamaha FZ6-R. A MUST for every Fazer owner.

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OEM Original factory workshop manual.

Models covered by this manual: 2009 to 2017

Number of pages: 420 pages

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Yamaha FZ6-R Fazer 2009-2010

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Yamaha FZ6-R

The Yamaha Diversion is a line of all-purpose touring bikes derived on Yamaha‘s previous XJ series. Early Diversion versions were powered by a four-stroke, air-cooled, eight-valve inline-four engine. The model name was retained in 2009 for a new range of 16-valve liquid-cooled engines.

Diversion models

Prior to the introduction of the 2009 versions, the series had four main models: the XJ600S, XJ600N, XJ900S and XJ900GT, as well as the lesser-known YBR125 Diversion.

XJ6 Diversion, XJ6 N and XJ6 Diversion F

Yamaha reintroduced the Diversion series in 2009 with the XJ6 Diversion, XJ6 N, and XJ6 Diversion F. The former features a half-fairing, but the N variant is bare. With the exception of the ABS and electronic immobilizer, the fully faired FZ6R is the American equivalent to the European XJ6 Diversion F model. The engine is a detuned Fazer engine, and ABS brakes is optional on both variants. The new line has a liquid-cooled 16 valve 4-stroke forward-inclined parallel 4-cylinder engine with 78 horsepower (57 kW) / 59.7 Nm of torque. For the new Diversion series, Yamaha has retained the engine displacement at 600cc.

Source: Wikipedia