2017 Yamaha SCR950
2017 Yamaha SCR950

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
Yamaha
Yamaha
Model Year
2017
2017
Model
SCR950
SCR950
Model Code
SCR95HCGY
SCR95HCGY
Color
Charcoal Silver
Charcoal Silver

Brakes/Wheels/Tires

Brakes
Front / Rear - 298 mm wave-type disc
Front / Rear - 298 mm wave-type disc
Tires

Front - 100/90-19

Rear - 140/80-R17

Front - 100/90-19

Rear - 140/80-R17

Dimensions

Length
88.6 in.
88.6 in.
Height
45.9 in.
45.9 in.
Width
35.2 in.
35.2 in.
Weight
Wet - 547 lbs.
Wet - 547 lbs.
Ground Clearance
5.5 in.
5.5 in.
Wheelbase
62 in.
62 in.
Seat Height
32.7 in.
32.7 in.

Drivetrain

Transmission
5-speed
5-speed
Final Drive
Belt
Belt

Engine

Engine
SOHC 4-stroke V-twin, 4 valves
SOHC 4-stroke V-twin, 4 valves
Displacement
58 ci (942cc)
58 ci (942cc)
Bore x Stroke
85 x 83 mm
85 x 83 mm
Compression Ratio
9:1
9:1
Fuel System
Fuel injection
Fuel injection
Fuel Capacity
3.2 gal.
3.2 gal.
MPG Rating
51 mpg
51 mpg
Ignition
TCI (Transistor Controlled Ignition)
TCI (Transistor Controlled Ignition)
Clutch
Multi-plate wet
Multi-plate wet
Cooling
Air
Air

Operational

Suspension

Front - Telescopic fork; 4.7 in. travel

Rear - Dual piggyback shocks; 2.8 in. travel

Front - Telescopic fork; 4.7 in. travel

Rear - Dual piggyback shocks; 2.8 in. travel

Rake
28.4°
28.4°
Trail
5.1 in.
5.1 in.

Other

Additional Colors
Rapid Red
Rapid Red

Features

Engine

  • ADVANCED CYLINDER DESIGN: The pent-roof combustion chamber shape was precisely engineered to direct the fuel/air charge to the center of the piston for more efficient combustion and maximum power. Ceramic-composite plated cylinders provide excellent heat dissipation and reduced oil consumption, while forged aluminum pistons use a lightweight and high-strength design that contributes to reduced vibration.

Engine

  • ADVANCED CYLINDER DESIGN: The pent-roof combustion chamber shape was precisely engineered to direct the fuel/air charge to the center of the piston for more efficient combustion and maximum power. Ceramic-composite plated cylinders provide excellent heat dissipation and reduced oil consumption, while forged aluminum pistons use a lightweight and high-strength design that contributes to reduced vibration.