BRC R600
Available 2022

BRC R600

We didn't want to exclude street bike riders in our two-stroke movement. There hasn't been a two-stroke street bike available since the 1986 Suzuki RG500 Gamma and the 1986 Yamaha RZ500.

BRC is in the process of designing a twin-cylinder 140+ horsepower 2T engine kit for Yamaha R6 motorcycles.

Stay tuned for more details and designs.

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PERFORMANCE

Two levels of tune will be available, from mild to MotoGP wild. Approximately 120 HP, up to 150 HP for your track day special.
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POWER VALVE

MotoGP-derived servo power valve control.
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TRANSMISSION

Will use your stock Yamaha R6 transmission and can accept Yamaha (kit) transmission ratios.
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STARTING

Electric start or bump-start.
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BRC R600
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FITMENT

Will fit into your Yamaha R6 with no fabrication required.
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EXHAUST

Will come complete with a GP-spec twin cone exhaust system.
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ENGINE LAYOUT

This engine is a parallel twin engine with a 180-degree firing order that has a counter balance shaft for smooth operation. Other firing orders may be available. 
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CARBURATION

TBD. We are working with both carburetors and EFI options.

Product Lineup

BRC500 MY07-16

This was BRC’s first foray into a 500cc conversion kit, which became globally accepted with success.
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BRC500 MY17-21

Following the success of our original kit, it was a natural development for BRC to make a 500cc engine kit for the current KTM motorcycles.
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YZM500 MY99-21

The venerable YZ 250 is a natural product for a BRC 500cc kit. Paying homage to the mid-’90s (works) Yamaha YZM500 BRC is bringing that dream to the public.
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CVT-T

BRC identified that the rapidly changing SnowBike market needed a purpose-built vehicle.
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BRC R600

BRC is in the process of designing a twin-cylinder 140+ horsepower 2T engine kit for Yamaha R6 motorcycles.
View Specs
 
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For more information please first visit our FAQ page. To reserve a kit, contact us or call at: 1-403-680-1517.

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