Yamaha XJ600

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XJ600
Yamaha 600 XJ.JPG
ManufacturerYamaha
Also calledYamaha 600 XJ
Production1984-1991
SuccessorYamaha Diversion/Seca II
ClassUJM
Engine600cc, air-cooled, DOHC inline-4
Power72 hp / 52.6 kW
Transmission6-speed
Suspensiontelescopic forks
mono-shock rear
BrakesFront: dual disc
Rear: disc
TiresFront: 90/90-18,
Rear:110/90-18
Weight (dry), 467 lbs / 212 kg (wet)
Fuel capacity5.3 gallons / 20 liters
RelatedYamaha XJ900
"XJ" redirects here. For the 4x4 SUV by Jeep, see Jeep Cherokee (XJ)

The Yamaha XJ600 was a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha. It is a relatively light motorcycle with top half fairing and around 72 hp/54 kilowatts. The XJ600 was built from 1984 until 1991, when it was replaced with the Yamaha Diversion/Seca II. In North America, the bike was sold as the FJ600. The 1984 Yamaha XJ600/FJ600 is notable for being the first Japanese inline-4 with a displacement of 600cc [1]. The XJ was also one of the first bikes inline-4s to use mono-shock rear suspension design.

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