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f682aff184 Yes, the 140mm forks could be improved upon and the brakes could perhaps have a bit more feel. I covered 200km on the 689cc MT-07 during press launch but would have gladly carried on riding that same amount again. This involves, I believe, changing the throttle body and likely ECU reprogramming. The Yamaha is obviously more powerful but will be less fuel efficient. The clutch is apparently one of the smallest ever in a 75hp bike.
First ride: Yamaha MT-07 review Suddenly half a dozen other models look too expensive - Yamaha's new MT-07 is more for less 0 Submitted by TH on Wed, 12/02/2014 - 09:12 LOOKaround at your next bike meet. The 500 is a supersport style which I have always been a fan of. They probably limited it with the ecu. I have looked at the SV650, but it is a little more expensive than the yamaha, and I would like to try and keep the bike cost at a maximum of 10k on road. On-road action photo #1 On-road action photo #2 Static photo #1 Static photo #2 Static photo #3 Static photo #4 Static photo #5 Static photo #6 Static photo #7 Detail: side view close-up Detail: instrument panel Detail: air scoop Detail: fuel tank Detail: swingarm Detail: engine photo #1 Detail: engine photo #2 Detail: engine cutaway Studio front 3/4 view Studio front 3/4 view Studio left-side view Tags: First Looks Standard / Naked 2014 motorcycles EICMA EICMA 2013 EICMA Show MT-07 Yamaha View the discussion thread. If I was on failing cookery show The Taste, I'd say that by using light ingredients coupled with the newparallel-twin engine, they've got a winner on their hands (before asking Nigella if there was an after-party back at hers). EDIT: Pulled from the net (Yamaha Motor Australia facebook group): "The Australian MT-07 is not a restricted version of the model available in Europe. It felt like a larger bike that suited my height. I had to make a real effort to look down further to read it.