Yamaha SR500 in Movies
The Yamaha SR500 is a single cylinder, four-stroke classic motorcycle produced between 1978 and 1999. It could reach a top speed of 131.0 km/h (81.4 mph)
The engine was a air cooled single cylinder, four-stroke. A 87.0 x 84.0 mm (3.4 x 3.3 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 499.00 ccm (30.45 cubic inches). The engine features a 8.3:1 compression ratio.
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The SR500 is fitted with a 14.00 litres (3.70 gallons) fuel tank. The wheelbase is 1,405 mm (55.3 inches) long.
Yamaha SR 500 "vieillie"? pas viellie, "caférisée" pfuh!, faut tout expliquer M'enfin... T'es qd même d'accord, c'est'y ou nan une SR 500?
oui oui, c'est bien une SR 500 pour moi, sauf si un sournois a utilisé une quatre cents!
Ashes to Ashes EP: 2.03
The vehicle details for BUV 827T are: Date of Liability 01 06 2009 Date of First Registration 19 07 1979 Year of Manufacture 1979 Cylinder Capacity (cc) 499CC Vehicle Colour BLUE 500 SR du début de fabrication, frein à disque...
The correct designation is SR500.
Nobel EP: 4
Merke og modell YAMAHA 500 Registreringsnummer FU 1478 Understellsnummer 2J4210136 Registreringsår 1980 Sist EU-godkjent Ikke kontrollert Neste kontroll Dette kjøretøyet er fritatt fra EU-kontroll.
Chassis prefix 2J4 is a Yamaha SR500
Yamaha SR500T like this one http://www.motorcyclespecs.co.za/model/yamaha/yamaha_sr500t%2089.htm. The early ones all had disc front brakes and cast wheels. This one is, I presume, intended to be more of a 'classic'.
Alles außer Mord EP: 2.05
Yamaha SR 500 Again?! Are they seriously putting the same bike in different spots around the city?! You weren't around at that time but the SR 500 was one of the most common motorbikes in Germany back then. You would see one almost evey day.
Still very popular now, prices are rising quickly, especially for the JDM/German market ones with drum front brakes.
Die Wilden Hühner und das Leben
Yamaha SR 500. Fitted with aftermarket oil feed to the exhaust rocker.
Blood Drive EP: 1.02
That's a mildly Cafe Racer'd Yamaha, a little too out of focus to tell exactly but the outline & proportions? SR500?
That would've been my guess.
House Husbands EP: 5.09
Yamaha SR500, possibly a 400, there are a lot of grey market 400 imports in Aus.
Wolffs Revier EP: 7.06
Yamaha SR 125? SR500 http://www.roadsmile.com/images/_yamaha-sr500-6.jpg
three Berlin TV crime series with SR 500 /vehicle_744135-Yamaha-SR-500-1980.html /vehicle_915720-Yamaha-SR-500.html
Not so sure on the bright stripe up the side of the motor (aftermarket oil cooler?) but it's unmistakably Yamaha SR500. But significantly customised - tank, seat, head light bracket and front brake even?
There were TLS drum versions built in the 90's imported to mainland Europe (we never got them) using the XS-1 brake but this isn't one of them, the brake plate is on the wrong side. Quite a neat cafe racer, I wonder if it's one of Jean Francois Vicente's builds?
Yamaha SR500 (1978-79) Link to "accel10.mettre-put-idata.over-blog.com" Link to "accel21.mettre-put-idata.over-blog.com" http://p1.bikepics.com/2008/06/11/bikepics-1317564-full.jpg Le film est américain. Aux USA (et au Canada), la SR500 a été vendue de 1978 à 1981. Seules les '78 et '79 possédaient un frein à disque arrière (comme cette moto). Les '80 et '81 avaient un tambour. Le feu arrière de cette moto à été repositionné sur l'aile (plus haut).
- SR 500 S (spoked wheels)
- SR 500 T
- SR 500
- SR 500 S
- SR 500 (reduced effect)
- SR500 (reduced effect)
- SR 500 G
- SR 500 G (cast wheels)
- SR500G (cast wheels)
- SR500S (spoked wheels)