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Yamaha Release Yamaha V-Max

Santo tome, Madrid is one place where yamaha launches new bike which was named Yamaha V-Max. The emergence of this new product in witnessed by various journalist in Europe. This bike is equipped with a 1679cc engine. Yamaha claim the V4 is producing more than 200bhp. The monster V4 is not only more than 200 horses, but also stated 167nm of torque.

The forks are adjustable resilient and so is the rear suspension – a leap of fine pencil holder on the old model, despite its size and power figures, the V-Max is not as daunting prospect of the previous model , weighs about 215kg. The gearbox is 5 speed, with power going to the rear wheel via a driveshaft. The V-Max also has a cushioning system that allows smoother downshifts without locking the rear wheel.

The chassis is aluminum and aluminum swingarm is also to keep weight to a minimum. The brakes are beefy Bremo 6 pots on the front – more than able to carry their 215kg to stop. The V-Max is not just brute force, with Yamaha V-Max has developed the technology in its range of Superbike – Yamaha Chip Control Throttle (YCCT) and Yamaha V-Max Chip Controlled Induction (YCCI) maximize power output, but also throttle control.

After seeing the exhibition halls Suzuki B-King drip, it is difficult to imagine that you are looking for a bike that will sell well in the UK. No matter how much thrust it has or how well it handles, style is important, and a silouhette so similar to the previous model is an instant classic and instantly dated, at the same time.

Yamaha V-Max Limited Edition

There will be a limited edition of 1500 units per year worldwide and can be any object on the website of Yamaha V-Max. UK price has not been decided yet, but Yamaha UK expected to retail for a maximum of £ 16,000.

 

2011 Yamaha V-Max

2011 Yamaha V-Max

2011 Yamaha V-Max

2011 Yamaha V-Max

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Yamaha V-Max

Yamaha V-Max

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