Yamaha Ray Z Bike Features

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Carbon Pattern Meter Design
An instrument panel designed in the image of a sports car cockpit is adopted. It features a carbon pattern for the background and new display fonts to create a sporty look.

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Stylish Meter Visor
A new visor (smoked finish) is adopted on the front that creates a 'downforce' image and adds a sporty look to the front view.

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Telescopic Suspension For Stability
Ray Z has telescopic type front fork suspension which ensure agile handling and running Performance with an assuring feeling of stability even over rough roads because of the bigger suspension stroke.

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Carbon Pattern comfortable longer seat
A new seat cover material with a carbon fiber-styled pattern is adopted. This makes seat more comfortable for the rider. It combines with the rear wing-like grab-bars to create a sporty impression.

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BS Carburetor with TPS (Throttle position sensor)
The engine is fitted with a BS type carburetor with a throttle position sensor (TPS) function. In combination with the settings of the CVT, this helps in ensuring good running performance (smooth start-up acceleration and lively passing acceleration), provides excellent fuel efficiency and has good emissions characteristics.

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113cc Powerful Engine
RAY-Z has a powerful 113cc air-cooled 4-stroke SOHC engine that has proven reliable in use in the markets of ASEAN countries. The engine intake/exhaust systems and new transmission settings have been optimized for performance in the traffic and road conditions of India. Its power development characteristics make it even easier to handle for riders and drivability is especially good in the very low-speed and low rpm range to ensure ease and more confidence in use for beginners.

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Red Coil Rear Suspension
The coil springs on the rear suspension are given a red finish for a sporty touch.

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Aluminium Rear Wing Grab Bar
Aluminium rear wing-shaped tandem rider grab-bars are adopted. They contribute to the sporty look of the body and the 'downforce' image. There are also louver-like ribs on the inside of the bars that give an impression of strength.