News 2013 Yamaha FZ8 | Wallpaper

2013 Yamaha FZ8 | Wallpaper

 

2013 Yamaha FZ8 Naked Sportbike Wallpaper

With the release of the FZ8 in 2011, Yamaha offered a mid-weight in the naked-sportbike market, the machine bridging the gap between the FZ6R and the FZ1.

Unlike its brothers, though, the FZ8 was a “true” naked, having no fairings whatsoever (unlike the FZ6R and FZ1).

The bike remained relatively unchanged in 2012, but for 2013, Yamaha updates the naked bike with a host improvements, including revised fuel injection settings, a more aggressive muffler, and fully adjustable front suspension (compression, rebound and preload) and rear suspension (compression and preload).

Attached above is wallpaper highlighting Yamaha’s FZ8, which is offered under $9,000. For a preview of the machine, click here.

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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