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Yamaha XJ6 Diversion (A2)


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Hi All,


Have just got myself and ridden for a month a new XJ6 Diversion A2 restricted and I love it!


For anyone going from 125 to a medium sized bike or starting at a 600 it rides beautifully!


Throttle restricted for A2 but you would not realise especially coming from a 125 the difference is incredible!

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My first big bike was an XJ6, it's a cracking bike! Lovely engine, dead easy to ride, loads of poke. Nice low and narrow seat too. Had mine for 2 years.


The only things I didn't like were the tyres that came with it (Bridgestones BT021s) and it's quite top heavy (mine kissed the floor 3 times :cry: )

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I have an XJ6 Diversion. It's brilliant sounds lovely even if it's a little quiet. Goes well. Reliable and comfortable two up or solo.


Would recommend. Downside is that it is a heavy bike but you get used to it. It's really well balanced at low speed just moving the bike about when your off it is what I find the hardest.

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Hi All,


Have just got myself and ridden for a month a new XJ6 Diversion A2 restricted and I love it!


For anyone going from 125 to a medium sized bike or starting at a 600 it rides beautifully!


Throttle restricted for A2 but you would not realise especially coming from a 125 the difference is incredible!

 

How much does the throttle turn when it is restricted. I've heard it's only about 25% of the normal. Is this true?

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