YAMAHA FJ-1100 FJ-1200 1986-1996 Sport Touring Service Manual

YAMAHA FJ-1100 FJ-1200 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Sport Touring Workshop Service Manual Download

Content: Workshop Manual | Repair Manual | Service Manual
File type: PDF
Total Pages: 500+
Language: English
SN: LIT-11616-FJ-01
-- FJ1100L / FJ1100LC Service Manual: LIT-11616-04-08
-- FJ1200S / FJ1200SC Supplementary Service Manual: LIT-11616-05-00
-- FJ1200W / FJ1200WC Supplementary Service Manual: LIT-11616-06-94
-- FJ1200B / FJ1200BC Supplementary Service Manual: LIT-11616-07-80

Table of Contents:
General Information
Periodic Checks and Adjustments
Engine Overhaul

Yamaha released the FJ1100 for model years 1984 and 1985. This class is characterised by retaining sportiness while integrating more street-friendly riding characteristics, including good manoeuvrability as well as long distance comfort, such as a more upright seating configuration designed to reduce back strain and a large fairing to reduce fatigue from wind resistance. Emphasis is placed on a balance of utility and sport, rather than pure performance orientation. The machine was noticeably narrower than many contemporaries, Yamaha achieved this by placing the alternator behind the cylinders instead of the more normal position on the end of the crankshaft.

In 1986 Yamaha decided to upgrade the FJ1100 by increasing the engine displacement slightly and adding upgraded suspension and other components. The result was the FJ1200. The peak power output was raised slightly to 130 bhp (97 kW) from the FJ1100s 125 bhp (93 kW),[citation needed] the FJ1200 had more low- to mid-range torque. The FJ1200 was produced in three main successive versions (1TX, 3CV and 3XW) each updated version benefiting from improvements to bodywork, front and rear suspension components, and the addition of an optional ABS-equipped version (FJ1200A) from 1991 until 1996, when Yamaha discontinued the FJ1200 in the United Kingdom. The model was discontinued in the United States in 1993. Market competitors during its production years included the BMW K100RS, Suzuki's 1100 Katana and Kawasaki's Ninja ZX-10.

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