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Yamaha XSR900 GP

The Yamaha XSR900 GP is a perfect blend of 1980s Grand Prix nostalgia and state-of-the-art technology. It encapsulates Yamaha's racing heritage and embraces modern performance, making it the ultimate Sport Heritage model.

Inspired by the iconic YZR500 race bikes ridden by Yamaha legends in the '80s and '90s, the XSR900 GP features a front fairing and seat hump reminiscent of the YZR Grand Prix racer. It's a true tribute to Yamaha's legendary racing past.

But beneath the heritage-style exterior lies the latest Yamaha technology. The XSR900 GP boasts adjustable KYB suspension, Brembo front brakes, ABS braking, and a full set of electronic rider aids. It gets new switchgear and bar-end mirrors, and its rotary-forged aluminum wheels wear Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S23 rubber.

Powering the XSR900 GP is the same brilliant 889 cc triple-cylinder mill as its stablemate. It�s a peach of a motor, with 117.4 hp and 93 Nm on tap, and a throttle feel that encourages spirited riding. Yamaha claims that the XSR900 GP boasts a higher top speed and better acceleration though, thanks to the aerodynamic properties of its fairing, while the air ducts that flank the fairing serve to help dissipate heat from the radiator.

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