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Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Racing Kit Price Announced

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  • March 14, 2018
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The company offers a host of accessories for the R15 that enhances not only its design but performance as well

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Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Racing Kit Price Announced

Yamaha's stall was buzzing at the Auto Expo 2018 with the launch of the highly anticipated R15 V3.0 for Rs 1.25 lakh. One of the two R15 V3.0 displayed at the stall was equipped with additional accessories and a race kit, details of which the company didn’t disclose at the time. Now, the Japanese bikemaker has officially shared the price list of all the accessories available.

Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Racing Kit Price Announced

The new R15 comes with a host of accessories that not only boosts its aesthetic appeal but improve performance as well. Prices start from Rs 225 for the tank pad and go all the way up to Rs 16,700 for the race-spec Daytona exhaust. Other accessories include seat cover (Rs 450), a skid plate (Rs 500), frame sliders (Rs 2,450) and a USB connector (NA).

Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Racing Kit Price Announced

For some track day fun, Yamaha also offers a racing kit. This includes a rear Metzeler Sportec M5 tyre (140/70 R17) for Rs 9,998 and a Daytona muffler for a premium of Rs 16,700. The company states that the Daytona muffler is only to be used on the track as it’s not road-legal.

Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Racing Kit Price Announced

 

Coming to the motorcycle itself, Yamaha has updated the V3.0 with a host of new features such as LED twin headlights, LED tail light, a fully digital instrument cluster and a redesigned exhaust muffler. However, unlike the international-spec model, the v.30 offered here comes with telescopic forks instead of USD ones, and MRF tyres instead of IRC rubbers.

Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Racing Kit Price Announced

 

Powering the R15 V3.0 is a bored out 155cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which delivers 19.5PS of power, a bump from 17PS, and identical torque of 15Nm. Yamaha has also equipped the motorcycle with Variable Valve Actuation (VVA), which makes the engine's power delivery more flexible while allowing it to rev higher, increasing peak power and helping low-end torque in turn