1981 yamaha xv920r
The Yamaha XV920R is a Japanese motorcycle. It was introduced in 1981, along with the XV750 Virago. In addition to larger engine displacement, it featured some distinctly "un-Virago-like" styling and technical features. This model was geared toward European-style sport touring. The XV920R had a unique enclosed chain final drive, a large 8 inch diameter headlamp, a high-capacity sculpted fuel tank, and rear-set controls and footpegs. Like the Virago, it had a stamped-steel backbone frame, also serving as part of the air-induction system. It had a mono-shock rear suspension, with preload and damper adjustments. The front suspension had air preload adjustment only.
1982 yamaha xv920j virago
air cooled, four stroke, 75° v-twin cylinder, sohc. 2 valve per cylinder. 65bhp @ 6500rpm 5 speed 225kg 108mph 44mpg