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There is no better sub 1000cc  bike engine than the legendary Yamaha R1. This engine certainly delivers with 180 bhp in standard trim.

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The ECU controlled variable length induction system enhances low down torque and top end high revs.    Top end power is further enhanced by the 4 additional  shower injectors that operate from 9000 rpm onwards.

With some clever in-house tuning the RR190 produces 190 bhp from this ultra light compact 998cc engine.  

The RR190 comes with a slipper clutch as standard to maintain smoother gear shifts.     

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The RR190   uses a Yamaha dash system .  As well as the rev counter and speedo you also get a trip computer, shift light, gear indicator and IVA lighting  warning indicators. 

RR190 also gives you 3 engine maps settings (Wet/Road/Race) all available at the push of a button. 

Due to the extreme high cornering forces of the RR190 an Accusump system ensures that the engine is fed with oil at all times.

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Ultra light weight 4 pot calipers with firmer pad material gives you the reassurance that the RR 190 's  stopping power matches its performance 

Gear shifts only take a tenth of a second with the flat shift gear lever system.   Using very clever ECU electronics you don't even need to lift your foot off the throttle when shifting giving it a F1 style feel!


Note: Paddle shift gearlever shown. Available at an extra cost .  

On a track, under the right conditions, the RR190  can hit 72 mph in first gear at 14250 rpm.  The RR190  benefits from our UHP-2 chassis and our inboard  F1 style pushrod suspension system gives astonishing levels of grip and steering feedback.