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Yamaha Motor Company Limited is a Japanese manufacturer of motorcycles, marine products such as boats and outboard motors, and other motorized products. The company was established in 1955 upon separation from Yamaha Corporation and is headquartered in Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan. The company conducts development, production and marketing of the Yamaha Service Repair Worksop Manual through 109 consolidated subsidiaries as of 2012. Led by Genichi Kawakami, the company’s first president, Yamaha Manual began production of its first product, the YA-1, in 1955. The 125cc motorcycle won the 3rd Mount Fuji Ascent Race in its class. The Yamaha service manual is available for motorcycles, scooters, motorized bicycles, boats, sail boats, personal water craft, swimming pools, utility boats, fishing boats, outboard motors, 4-wheel ATVs, recreational off-road vehicles, go-kart engines, golf carts, multi-purpose engines, electrical generators, water pumps, snowmobiles, small snow throwers, automobile engines, surface mounters, intelligent machinery, industrial-use unmanned helicopters, electrical power units for wheelchairs and helmets. Yamaha’s motorcycle manual is the most respected service and repair manual in the world.

1978 The four-cylinder shaft-driven Yamaha XS1100 manual is introduced.
Kenny Roberts becomes the first American to win the 500cc World Championship. He’ll win again in ’79 and ’80, proving that the first one was not a fluke.
The XS650 Special was introduced. This was the first production cruiser built by a Japanese manufacturer.

1981 Yamaha’s first air-cooled V-Twin cruiser, the Virago 750 Service manual, is introduced and sets the standard for the Yamaha shop manual.

1984 The Yamaha RZ350 service and repair manual (sold elsewhere as the Yamaha RD350LC shop manual, for “liquid cooled”) finally reaches the U.S. market. It was popular elsewhere from 1980 until the early ’90s but is only sold in the U.S. for two years. It’s fitted with an exhaust “power valve” that dramatically improves the quality of the Yamaha factory service repair manual.

The hairy-chested Yamaha RZV500 shop maual is introduced. With its water-cooled V-4 two-stroke engine, it’s a Grand Prix replica for the street, but it’s heavy and no match for Suzuki’s RG500 Gamma.

The first production 5-valve-per-cylinder engine is introduced on the Yamaha FZ750 repair manual.

1985 The Yamaha V-Max 1200 service manual muscle-bike hits the streets. Its 145 claimed horsepower sets a new motorcycle standard.

1989 The FZR750R homologation special briefly challenges the GSX-R750 for sportbike supremacy.

The Yamaha FJ1200A PDF manual download sets the sports-touring standard and includes ABS.

1993 The striking Yamaha GTS1000 service manual PDF features electronic fuel injection and hub-center steering designed by James Parker. Consumers failed to bite on the innovation and balked at the relatively high price.

1998 The Yamaha YZ400F FSM factory Service Manual four-stroke motocross bike is introduced. This is the first mass produced 4-stroke motocrosser. Doug Henry won the AMA outdoor motocross championship with it while it was still a prototype in development. As soon as the public gets its hands on the production model, the two-stroke 250s are doomed.

The Yamaha YZF-R1 service manual PDF sport bike is introduced to wild acclaim.

1999 The Yamaha YZF-R6 service manual PDF is introduced.

2009 After an incredible run of more than 20 years, the Yamaha Vmax Repair Manual PDF is finally put out to pasture in favor of a new version powered by a monstrous 1700cc V-4 engine pumping out a claimed 200 horsepower.

Revamps the new Yamaha YZF-R1 service manual, incorporating the cross-plane crankshaft and making al the Yamaha service manual PDF files fully bookmarked and searchable. Unlike traditional engines, each of the four crankpins in the cross-plane crankshaft are offset at 90-degrees from its adjacent crankpin.