Specifications

“Enforcement Motors Police Motorcycles”Highpoint NC Police Dept. 046

The success of the Enforcement Motors Police Motorcycle line has been a positive experience.  What better bike to be used in law enforcement with the performance and stability of the Yamaha motorcyle line.  Enforcement Motors builds police motorcycles using the factory Yamaha FJR 1300 and converts it into a modernized police motorcycle ( not a Yamaha end product).  The 2016 model of the Yamaha FJR 1300 has provided a base model that is tried and true proven platform in Europe for law enforcement.  This year the slipper clutch has been added as well as a 6th gear. These features are sure to please the rider.  Each of our motorcycles are custom built, per each departments’ specifications, using stock OEM motorcycles and converting them for police use.  Each motorcycle built by Enforcement Motors is warranty and service contracted.

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Please read on about the consumer bike and all of the upgrades for the 2016 model.  This year they have added a 6th gear and a slipper clutch.

The body was slightly changed, the bike features new upper and lower cowlings. Moreover, the under cowl’s adjustable panel can now be adjusted without tools.

The upper cowl is redesigned while the under-cowl has a new shape for increased wind protection. The under-cowl’s adjustable panel has a new design for rider convenience and can be adjusted without tools. Other modifications were made to the throttle, the shape of the funnel and the exhaust.

On the list of 2016 updates you’ll also find a new cruise control, fresh handlebar switches, a new instrument cluster and a tweaked fork.

The bike continues to be powered by the same, lightweight 1298cc, DOHC, 16-valve, liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine.

YAMAHA SPECIFICATIONS  Meet the new 2016 FJR1300A, boasting lots of updates sure to grab the attention of many riders. The aggressive new styling features, including the headlight cowl and side fairing, are not only great looking, they also help improve comfort and aid in weather protection.

  • Riders can now select D-mode (Drive-mode) for varying throttle mappings, giving the motorcycle exceptional versatility. This works in conjunction with YCC-T®  and the new intake/exhaust systems, generating engine character that can be sportier or more relaxed depending on riding situations.
  • Traction control developed from MotoGP® technology is standard on the new FJR1300A. While engaged, the system detects wheel spin and adjusts ignition timing, fuel injection volume, and throttle opening to help maintain traction. The system is designed to let the operator ride on wet roads and unpaved surfaces with more confidence.
  • Another feature now standard on the FJR1300A for 2016 is cruise control. Riders can set cruising speed with the push of a button on the left handlebar to provide comfort and ease on extended road trips.
  • A newly designed, three-part instrument panel provides riders with all the information they need while enjoying the road. Riders can easily customize the display to show the information they want.
  • New LED front turn signals/position lights give the FJR1300A the modern, high-tech look sport touring riders want.
  • A redesigned, pushbutton-adjustable windscreen and a thick comfy seat for two are perfect for comfortable, long-distance riding.
  • FJR1300A includes a two-position adjustable rider seat, low for shorter riders or nearly 1-inch higher for a more spacious feel for taller riders, plus handlebars that can be adjusted to one of three different positions. The result is a superb, custom-fit ride.

Engine

Yamaha Engine

  • Compact, lightweight 1298cc, DOHC, 16-valve, liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine delivers power and torque for an unequaled spread of muscle over a wide rpm range.
  • Engine is a fully stressed chassis member, allowing for a lightweight frame design.
  • Slant-block engine design uses stacked, tri-axis gearbox shafts that help minimize power plant size while optimizing chassis geometry for balanced weight distribution and great handling.
  • Lightweight forged pistons with carburized connecting rods provide superb strength and reduced reciprocating mass for outstanding high rpm durability and performance.
  • Advanced fuel injection system is ideal for long-distance supersport touring, delivering crisp, seamless throttle response in a variety of altitude/weather conditions.
  • Low-vibration crankshaft with two gear-driven secondary counter balancers help deliver an extra-smooth ride with reduced rider/ passenger fatigue.
  • Four-into-one-into-two stainless-steel exhaust optimizes engine performance across the power band.

Chassis and Suspension

Yamaha Exhaust

  • New, sharp-looking bodywork and air-management system keep the bike and rider cooler; a central vent beneath the instrument panel cools the rider and reduces negative pressure for less buffeting, and fairing side panels with toolless adjustability let the rider direct airflow.
  • Long swingarm provides even better ride and handling characteristics, and rear spring preload adjustment is a snap.
  • Standard equipment Unified Braking System w/ABS: The front brake lever activates six of the eight front braking pistons; the rear brake pedal activates two rear pistons and the other two front pistons — provides balanced anti-lock braking in all conditions.
  • Ergonomically shaped, large-capacity, 6.6-gallon fuel tank offers excellent comfort and range and is constructed of steel allowing for the use of magnetic tank bags.
  • Rear frame with integrated grab handle makes lifting the bike onto the centerstand a snap.
  • Dual catalyzers and an O2 sensor are located in the exhaust for excellent fuel injection control range and low emissions.

Additional Features

Yamaha FJR1300P Digital Dash

  • Heated grips come standard on the FJR1300A and offer riders even more convenience.
  • Subframe-fitted quick-release luggage mounts provide easy use of the standard accessory hard sidecases†, which are conveniently matched to the ignition key.
  • Slim profile even with bags in place for excellent in-town maneuverability.
  • New suede-look dual seat features two-part construction using different foam densities for the front and rear sections, ensuring plush comfort for both rider and passenger.
  • Newly designed windscreen adjusts over a wide range for improved wind protection with little negative pressure.
  • New sharp, “two-eyed” headlights with daytime LED running lights add to visibility and modern styling, and feature easy-access adjustment knobs so the rider can adjust the lights up or down.
  • Glove box contains a 12V outlet for phones, GPS units, electric vests, etc.
  • Standard tool kit located in convenient storage compartment under passenger seat.
  • New slipper Clutch
  • New 6th gear for better torque and control.

Specifications

 

Engine Type 1298cc liquid-cooled inline 4-cylinder; DOHC, 16 valves
Bore x Stroke 79 x 66.2mm
Compression Ratio 10.8:1
Fuel Delivery Fuel Injection
Ignition TCI Transistor Controlled Ignition
Transmission 6-speed; slipper clutch
Final Drive Shaft
Suspension / Front 48mm fork; fully adjustable, 5.3-in travel
Suspension / Rear Single shock; adjustable preload and rebound damping, 4.9-in travel
Brakes / Front Dual 320mm disc, UBS ABS
Brakes / Rear 282mm disc, UBS ABS
Tires / Front 120/70-ZR17 radial
Tires / Rear 180/55-ZR17 radial
Length 87.8 in
Width 29.5 in
Height 52.2 or 57.3 in
Seat Height 31.7 or 32.5 in
Wheelbase 60.8 in
Ground Clearance 5.1 in
Rake (Caster Angle) 26°
Trail 4.3 in
Fuel Capacity 6.6 gal
Fuel Economy** 36 mpg
Wet Weight*** 637 lb / CAL 639 lb
Warranty 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)
 Prices Starting  $24,789 Police Package

Quotes

Cycleworld —- “Due to a redesigned fairing and windscreen, Yamaha touts better aerodynamic efficiency for the 2016 FJR1300, which might translate to less buffeting and marginally better fuel mileage at the kinds of speeds the FJR encourages. The redesign also enables the electrically adjustable windscreen to maintain its position when you turn off the key. The view from the cockpit is now cleaner thanks to a new instrument panel with an analog tach on the left, an LCD speedo in the center binnacle and a multifunction trip computer on the right. New switchgear controls everything from heated-grip settings to windshield adjustment and dashboard display options. New LED running lights and integrated LED front turn signals reinforce the more-modern look.”

Autoevolution —- “Unified braking with ABS and Traction Control are standard and offer both safer, shorter slowing and stopping, while at the same time limiting wheel slip and providing better grip. Adjustable windshield, handlebars and side panels, cruise control, and heated grips, they’re all there to make you ride as pleasant as possible. You even get a nifty-looking sued dual seat and 12V socket in the glove compartment for phones, GPS and whatnot.”

Motorcycle —- “Yamaha’s Chip Controlled–Throttle (YCC-T) has been a feature on the R6 and R1 for several years, and for 2016 it makes its way on to the FJR. The throttle body is redesigned, and the shape and length of the exhaust pipe have been changed to suit the YCC-T system. Yamaha claims smoother throttle response from YCC-T, and on the sport-tourer it will integrate with electronic cruise control and Yamaha’s two-mode (sport and touring) drive-mode selector, called D-mode – both new features for 2016.”

Visordown —- “Technically, the bike is short on updates. Emissions documents from America’s EPA website reveal that the 2016 FJR was keeping the existing 1298cc capacity and 143.5bhp power output – so between the EPA and Akrapovic, external leaks have revealed most of the key details of the new bike. Suspension and brakes appear largely unaltered, so we’re expecting the biggest news to be in the form of electronics; to keep up with the neighbours (namely Triumph’s new Trophy and the likes of Honda’s VFR1200F and BMW’s latest tourers) Yamaha is likely to add traction control and a handful of other gadgets.”

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