This is a master index page for maintenance schedules & service intervals for all Yamaha motorcycles.

This website got pretty big pretty quickly. So I’m grouping motorcycles together by their engine class because those maintenance schedules are quite similar.

Yamaha Adventure Tourers

Coming soon

  • Yamaha Ténéré 660

Yamaha Naked Bikes, Sport bikes, and Standards

Coming soon

  • Yamaha XSR700 (same as MT-07)
  • Yamaha XJR1300

Dirt bikes and dual sports

Below are some of Yamaha’s longest-running and most common dirt bikes and dual sports.

Yamaha Cruisers and Tourers

Yamaha has produced a LOT of cruisers and tourers, all of the V-twins and V-fours.

They’re all below. You may have to do a control-f to find them.

Yamaha Sport Touring

These are the maintenance schedules for the Yamaha sport touring motorcycles other than the Tracer and Niken, which are grouped above with other CP3 motorcycles.

Coming soon:

  • 2021+ Yamaha Tracer 9 (updated engine)

Yamaha Supersport bikes

The Supersport bikes are the R6 bikes and a few derivatives like the R6S.

The definition of “generations” of any motorcycle are a little rubbery. But when thinking of maintenance, the generation of a motorcycle influences important parts like fuelling, tyres, and replaceable components.

PartYamaha R6 1st GenYamaha R6 2nd Gen2nd Gen Yamaha R6 AnniversaryYamaha R6 3rd GenYamaha R6 4th Gen
Carburetion4x 37mm carburettorsFuel injectionFuel injectionFuel Injection w YCC-T; YCC-I from 2008Fuel Injection with YCC-T and YCC-I
IgnitionCDIDigital DC-CDIDigital DC-CDITCITCI
Front brakes2x295mm2x298mm2x310mm2x310mm2x320mm hydraulic disc
Front suspension43mm telescopic forks, fully adjustable43mm telescopic forks, fully adjustable41mm USD, fully adjustable 41mm USD, separate high/low-speed compression damping43mm USD from R1, fully adjustable
Front tyreFront:120/60-ZR17Front:120/60-ZR17Front:120/70-ZR17Front:120/70-ZR17Front:120/70-ZR17
Yamaha R6 Generations summarised

Yamaha Superbikes

The Yamaha Superbikes are the R1 bikes. Below are the different generations of the R1 superbikes.

ComponentYamaha R1 Gen 1Yamaha R1 Gen 2Yamaha R1 Gen 3Yamaha R1 Gen 4Yamaha R1 Gen 5Yamaha R1 Gen 6
FuellingCarburettorsFuel InjectionFuel InjectionFuel Injection with RBW, with YCCT & YCC-IFuel Injection with RBW, YCCT & YCC-IFuel Injection with RBW with YCCT & YCC-I
Firing orderConventionalConventionalConventionalConventionalCrossplaneCrossplane
IntakeConventionalConventionalRam airRam airRam airRam air
Valves per cylinder55544
Front Brakes298mm298mmRadial-mounted, 320mm, 4-pistonRadial-mounted 310mm 6-pistonRadial-mounted 310mm 6-pistonHydraulic dual disc, 320mm
Rear tyre190/50-ZR17190/50-ZR17190/50-ZR17190/50-ZR17190/55-ZR17190/55-ZR17
Suspension41mm USD41mm USD43mm USD (gold forks uppers in 2006)43mm USD (Öhlins on SP)43mm USDSemi-active (R1M)
ElectronicsNoneNoneNoneNoneRide modes.
TC from 2012
6-axis IMU, cornering ABS, others
Table of generations of the Yamaha R1 a.k.a. YZF-R1