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1993 YZF750R

Chas­sis num­ber: 4Hd-000101on­wards Colours: white/ pink/turquoise, black/vi­o­let • Name came from the TT-F1 racer. Mo­tor was a de­vel­op­ment of the 20v four from the ear­lier FZ and OW01. Twin fox-eye head­lamps, Deltabox beam chas­sis, braced swingarm. Ul­ti­mate road 750 in ’93.

1993 YZF750SP

Chas­sis num­ber: 4Hs-000101on­wards Colours: white/ pink/turquoise • Ho­molo­ga­tion ver­sion. Looked al­most iden­ti­cal ex­cept for the SP logo, sin­gle seat and no rear ’pegs. Close-ra­tio ’box, saucy cams, 39mm Kei­hin FCRS, and fully-adj. sus­pen­sion are oth­ers dif­fer­ences. One colour only.

1994 YZF750R

Chas­sis num­ber: 4Hd-011101on­wards Colours: white/ pur­ple/blue, turquoise/pur­ple/ or­ange • Colour and graph­ics changes only.

1994 YZF750SP

Chas­sis num­ber: 4Hs-001101on­wards Colours: white/ pur­ple/blue • Only avail­able in the white/pur­ple/ blue combo – iden­ti­cal colours to that of the R but for the SP logo on the fair­ing.

1995 YZF750R

Chas­sis num­ber: 4Hd-018101on­wards Colours: white/ red/or­ange/black, green/pur­ple/black • Restyled in­di­ca­tors, new curved ra­di­a­tor, sub­tly up­dated fair­ing and bel­ly­pan, U-lock in un­der­seat stor­age. Up­rated sus­pen­sion in­clud­ing an Öh­lins­branded shock.

1995 YZF750SP

Chas­sis num­ber: Not avail­able Colours: white/red/ or­ange/black • Body­work up­dates as per the R model, plus graph­ics up­dates to match the 1995 stan­dard model.

1996 YZF750R

Chas­sis num­ber: Not avail­able Colours: red/ black/white • Anti-cor­ro­sion nuts and bolts, up­rated fork ad­justers, new front discs. The last batch of Rs got a num­ber of SP good­ies, in­clud­ing ad­justable sus­pen­sion and close-ra­tio ’box. The fi­nal SPS mimic the R colours.

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