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Yamaha XJ-750D Yamaha XJ-750 D The XJ750D was the first model in Japan equipped with a full faring incorporating aerodynamic design. At the same time it featured advanced Yamaha electronic technologies such as the YFIS (Yamaha Fuel Injection System) and the “Yamaha Cycle Communication System,” which provided a man-machine interface to give the rider information concerning the condition of the machine.
1981 Yamah XJ750 Seca Yamaha XJ750 Seca  
1981 Yamaha XJ 750E Yamaha XJ 750E  
1981 Yamaha XJ 750RH Yamaha XJ 750RH  
1982 Yamaha XJ 750D Yamaha XJ 750D  
1982 Yamaha XJ 750 Maxim Yamaha XJ750 Maxim
  • Air cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 5 valves per cylinder
  • 86bhp @ 9000rpm
  • 5 speed
  • Drum/Disc brakes
  • 224kg
  • 128mph
  • 44mpg
1982 Yamaha XJ750 XJ750  
1983 Yamaha XJ 750D II Yamaha XJ 750D II  
1983 Yamaha XJ 750E-II Yamaha XJ 750E II  
1984 Yamaha XJ750 1984 XJ750  
1984 Yamaha XJ750 1984 Yamaha XJ750  
1984 Yamaha XJ 750R Yamaha XJ 750R
  • Air cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder.
  • 70bhp @ 9000rpm
  • 218kg
  • Disc brakes
  • 5 speed
1985 Yamaha XJ750 Yamaha XJ750  
Yamaha XJ-750E Yamaha XJ-750E One of the models that embodied perhaps better than many others Yamaha’s ideal of building motorcycles that are “slim, compact and fun to ride” was the XJ750E. By locating the generator on the back side of the cylinders in an air-cooled 4-stroke DOHC in-line format, produced an engine that was exceptionally slim. This was an astonishing feat for a 4-cylinder 750cc, and it won the admiration of fans as a highly controllable 750.

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