1994 Yamaha TZM 150 Specifications – Power/Features/Price


Yamaha TZM 150 merupakan antara jentera 2-Lejang yang menguasainya jalanan Malaysia sekitar era 90an sebelum dihentikan pengeluarannya pada awal millenium. Dilengkapi injap kuasa Yamaha Power Valve System atau dilabelkan sebagai YPVS, enjin 150cc pada jentera ini mampu menghamburkan tenaga setinggi 36 kuasa kuda. Dipadankan berat keseluruhan sekitar 119kg sahaja, dengan nisbah kuasa/berat antara tertinggi dalam kelas sportsbike 2-Lejang 150cc membenarkan TZM 150 dipacu sehingga 200km/j!

Yamaha TZM 150 is one of 2-Stroke machines that conquer the streets of Malaysia during 90s era before the production stopped just by the start of the new millennium. Equipped with Yamaha Power Valve System or labeled as YPVS, the 150cc engine on this bike can produces up to 36 horse power. Matched with overall weight just around 119kg, with power to weight ratio among the highest in 2-Strokes 150cc sportsbike class allowed TZM 150 to be pushed to 200km/h!

Engine Type 147cc Two-stroke, liquid-cooled, YPVS power valve
Bore x Stroke 59.0 mm x 54.0 mm
Compression Ratio 6.0 : 1
Starting / Fuel Delivery Electric started / Carburetor Mikuni VM30SS
Lubrication 2T 1.5 litre, Total loss, YCLS (Yamaha Computerized Lubrication System)
Transmission Constant mesh; 6-speed transmission
Final Drive Chain
Power / Torque 35.3 Hp @ 10,500 rpm / 25 Nm @ 9,500 rpm
Speed 200 km/h (not GPS verified)
Frame Type Deltabox – Double cradle
Suspension / Front Telescopic, Coil spring, Oil Damped
Suspension / Rear Monoshock, Coil spring, Oil Damped
Brakes / Front Single disc ø298 mm, 2-piston caliper
Brakes / Rear Single-disc ø210 mm, 1-piston caliper
Tires / Front Tubeless 90/80-17 46S
Tires / Rear Tubeless 110/80-17 57S
Dimensions L x W x H 1965 mm x 685 mm x 1100 mm
Seat Height / Ground clearance 765 mm / 150 mm
Wheelbase 1330 mm
Fuel Capacity 13 Litre
Wet Weight 119 kg
Price (at time released) MYR 9868.88 (1994)
Years produced/sold 1994 – 2001
GALLERY (Swipe to view)

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Review credit : Dian Novtani


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