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1854-Yamaha V-Twin Motorcycle Engine

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The horsepower of that mighty beast is exactly 100 horsepower (73.6 kW). Here's some of the other specs:

  • Engine Type - Air cooled, 4-stroke, V-twin engine, OHV, 4 valves
  • Displacement - 1,854 cc
  • Bore & stroke - 100 x 118 mm
  • Compression Ratio - 9.5:1
  • Max. power - 73.60 kW (100 HP) @ 4,250 rpm
  • Max. torque - 167.80 Nm (17.1 kg-m) @ 2,500 rpm
  • Posted on Jan 19, 2009

    • joecjr Mar 25, 2011

      We dyno'ed mine and got 106 hp at the rear wheel, can't remember the torque, that was on a stock bike running 93 octane fuel. It's a great bike, wish it had a 6 speed transmission, but other than that I love this thing.


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