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According to an short article I check out in sport Rider a when back, the designators basically mean nothing. Each manufacturer came up with something to identify the brand: CBR, YZF, GSXR, ZX.....
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I"m thinking the "F" mean fourstroke. YZ was yammies full on racing dirt bike. They readjusted the FZR to YZF to suggest that the YZF was thier height racing fourstroke. When they came out through a gyeongju fourstroke dirt bike it kind of messed things up a bit.
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YZF= "Yielding zest Forever" Zest, meaning "eagerness for and also enjoyment the something; relish" :thumbup
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Yes Y=Yamaha Z=i forget (series) F=Four StrokeIf i remember ideal Z represented Zinger began off years ago late 70s with the little racer dubbed the Y-Zinger then after plastic tanks evovled they made a entirety product series YZ then come the Thumper and also called that the YZF
If ns remember best Z stood for Zinger started off years ago late 70s with the tiny racer dubbed the Y-Zinger

According come an article I read in sport Rider a if back, the designators basically mean nothing. Each manufacturer come up with something to recognize the brand: CBR, YZF, GSXR, ZX.....
The post I review was written by Mitch Boehm. He operated for Honda for several years before moving ~ above to sports bike newspaper writing. He"s the one who proclaimed CBR basically meant nothing in an article concerinin the "designators".

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