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Yamaha releases FJR1300P police bike for U.S. market

Yamaha Motors released the FJR1300P police motorcycle for U.S. market. The bike is an upgraded version of the classic FJR1300 Sport Touring motorcycle, and it will be available for use by law enforcement and municipal organizations in the U.S. through special orders from Yamaha dealers. Read more details in the press release below.

The FJR1300P blends the performance, handling and incredible reliability of the standard FJR1300A with the capability of adding an arsenal of equipment designed exclusively for police use. Thanks to development feedback obtained directly from police departments and municipal organizations in various European countries, the FJR1300P sets a new benchmark for performance and reliability, critical for the demands of police departments across the U.S.

The FJR1300P will help police departments through a host of standard base-model FJR1300A performance features, including:

– A compact and lightweight, 1298cc, DOHC, 16 valve, liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine
– A versatile six-speed transmission
– Yamaha’s exclusive Chip Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) ride-by-wire system
– Traction control
– Cruise control
– D-Mode adjustable engine mapping
– All-LED headlight and position lights
– LED tail light
– Adjustable rider seat height and handlebar positions
– Push-button control for an electronically adjustable windscreen
– Detachable side cases
– Shaft drive
– 6.6 gallon fuel tank

In order to assist with the rigorous demands of police operations, the FJR1300P also comes prepared to support equipment that is exclusive to law enforcement use. Special features include:

– Pre-wired electrical connectors for easy installation of front and rear flashing lights
– Pre-wired electrical connectors for easy installation of a siren and speaker
– A pre-wired handlebar control switch
– A compartment with pre-wired electrical connectors for an auxiliary battery
– A windscreen that is taller than the standard model
– Knuckle visors (integrated into the rearview mirrors)
– Wind deflectors for the rider’s feet
– Engine guards
– A rear-mounted radio box

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