Yamaha R1 Recent Difficult For Sale In Japan - Have we all know that the country Sakura or Japanese is one of the centers of the world automotive industry a wide range of renowned automotive manufacturers that produce cars, motorcycles and other vehicles was first established in the land of the rising sun. But who would have thought because the rules are very numerous and quite complex in Japan to make some new products from the automotive manufacturer from Japan itself turned out quite difficult to sell in Japan. One is Yamaha, the manufacturer has a tuning fork emblem is a moment ago it has launched its newest super sports bike Yamaha YZF-R1 which consists of two editions of the legal street and race only. Due to the specifications which is a super sport bike class on a Yamaha motorcycle turned out to make the most of this will be difficult to sell and grow in his native country.
|Yamaha R1 Recent Difficult For Sale In Japan|
From the information circulating is known that motor sport is known to have a Yamaha engine sounds noisy. Even known noisy machines are removed from the original exhaust. What if the user later replace aftermarket exhaust? Definitely added noisy and make users in Japan difficulty to explore gene YZF motor sport's highest.
According to the information quoted from page Visordown, Wednesday (15/04/2015) it is stated that the latest Yamaha YZF-R1 is going to collide quite stringent regulations in the country of origin.
Before we know Yamaha Global also provides motor sport Yamaha YZF-R1 with bundling the famous brand aftermarket exhaust Akrapovic. Known only countries in Europe and America who have a Yamaha YZF-R1 edition of this Akrapovic. Then in his home country Japan is also known to be marketed models Yamaha Yamaha YZF-R1 and YZF-latest R1M with Akrapovic exhaust. But interestingly motors sold are not marketed in general, but through importers in Japan. Then the noise threshold tightness in Japan then made the Akrapovic exhaust is presented in size very long so as not to sound too noisy. See also MV Agusta Develops Engine 4 Cylinder and Motor Bajaj Pulsar 400 cc Newest Soon Released in 2015.