High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Yamaha FZ750 is a sport motorcycle produced by Yamaha Motor Corporation between 1985 and 1991. THe FZ750 is notable as predecessor of the highly successful Yamaha FZR1000. YAmaha released the FZ750 in 1985. THe bike was popular, and competed well against others in the "sport" class of motorcycles. THe machine was noticeably narrower than many contemporaries, Yamaha achieved this by placing the alternator behind the cylinders instead of the more normal position on the end of the crankshaft. THe FZ750 uses an all aluminium liquid cooled tranverse mounted, in line four cylinder engine. THe complex cylinder head is constructed in two halves with dual chain driven overhead camshafts operating twenty valves, 3 inlet and 2 exhaust per cylinder. VAlve clearances are adjusted with under lifter shims. THe four 36mm Mikuni constant velocity downdraft carburettors are mounted in a bank behind and above the cylinders and feed each cylinder through short intake manifolds. FOur exhaust downpipes join a box below the engine where the gases are split to exit through two silencers.