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E10 Petrol and a Yamaha FZ1


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Does anyone know if these two are compatible? I came across an article in a motorbike magazine saying that the two weren't on some bikes.

 

I ride a 2008 Yamaha FZ1SA. I've just put some E10 in it and although it is running fine and I've just drive around 10-15 miles on it, the bike felt different. The engine sounded calmer, the revs weren't as loud and normally you can feel the bike pull away when you give it even a tiny bit of throttle. Gonna do some more research but would welcome any thoughts.

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I have a Yamaha and it runs on E10 just fine. I thought Yamaha were ahead of the game and all their bikes from 1990 onwards were compatible. Still better off doing your own research. 

 

 

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15 hours ago, NathFZ1 said:

Does anyone know if these two are compatible? I came across an article in a motorbike magazine saying that the two weren't on some bikes.

 

I ride a 2008 Yamaha FZ1SA. I've just put some E10 in it and although it is running fine and I've just drive around 10-15 miles on it, the bike felt different. The engine sounded calmer, the revs weren't as loud and normally you can feel the bike pull away when you give it even a tiny bit of throttle. Gonna do some more research but would welcome any thoughts.

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