Yamaha mt 07

yamaha mt 07

What is a Yamaha MT-07?

The MT-07 is a middleweight bike produced by Yamaha as part of its Masters of Torque (MT) series. Formerly the ‘FZ-07’, the model underwent a major redesign in 2018.

How does the Yamaha MT-07 compare to the Yamaha XJ6?

The MT-07 has 49/51 front/rear weight distribution, 25mm lower centre of gravity than the Yamaha XJ6 and a 400mm shorter wheelbase. The lower mass helps fuel economy, too, so despite having a small 14-litre tank, Yamaha claims it can squeeze 207 miles between filling stations. And you’ll be comfortable for all those miles, too.

What kind of suspension does the MT-07 have?

The rear suspension is bolted to the back of the engine, leaving the frame to be made as simple and light as possible. The MT-07 has 49/51 front/rear weight distribution, 25mm lower centre of gravity than the Yamaha XJ6 and a 400mm shorter wheelbase.

Does the engine fan affect the performance of a Yamaha MT-07?

On liquid-cooled bikes like the Yamaha MT-07, an engine fan helps cool the engine. If the engine fan is faulty, it may severely affect the engine performance. If the throttle bodies are out of sync, poor engine performance becomes inevitable.

What kind of engine does a Yamaha MT-07 have?

The Yamaha MT-07 (called FZ-07 in North America until 2017) is a MT series standard motorcycle or UJM with a 689 cc (42.0 cu in) liquid-cooled 4 stroke and 8 valve DOHC parallel-twin cylinder with crossplane crankshaft, manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company from 2014 and US release in 2015. As of 2018, the bike is designated MT-07 in all markets.

What are the high points and drawbacks of the Yamaha MT-07?

Here are some high points and drawbacks of the Yamaha MT-07: The Yamaha MT-07 is one of the bestselling naked bikes for many reasons. It features a reliable, liquid-cooled 689cc engine designed to produce gobs of low-range/mid-range torque. Besides, its sturdy, lightweight frame makes handling easy.

What is a MT-07 bike?

As of 2018, the bike is designated MT-07 in all markets. For the Australian and New Zealand markets, the bike is available in 655 cc (40.0 cu in) Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS) version for riders on Learner and Restricted licences.

How much power does the 2021 Yamaha MT-07 have?

The Yamaha MT-07 comes with a 689-cc parallel-twin. Power stands at 72.4 horsepower and the MT-07 makes 49.4 lb-ft of torque from the relatively low-revving crossplane-crank motor. Complying with the Euro 5 emission norms, the 2021 MT-07 is not expected to lose any of its abilities but could gain a few essentials.

What kind of suspension does the MT-07 have?

The rear suspension is bolted to the back of the engine, leaving the frame to be made as simple and light as possible. The MT-07 has 49/51 front/rear weight distribution, 25mm lower centre of gravity than the Yamaha XJ6 and a 400mm shorter wheelbase.

What kind of engine does a Yamaha MT-07 have?

The Yamaha MT-07 (called FZ-07 in North America until 2017) is a MT series standard motorcycle or UJM with a 689 cc (42.0 cu in) liquid-cooled 4 stroke and 8 valve DOHC parallel-twin cylinder with crossplane crankshaft, manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company from 2014 and US release in 2015. As of 2018, the bike is designated MT-07 in all markets.

Should you upgrade your Yamaha’s suspension?

Yamaha’s MT-07, FZ-07, and XSR700 are all good bikes—but a suspension upgrade would make them even better. Progressive Suspension saw an opportunity there, and just announced new fork internals and a new rear monoshock for Yamaha’s sensibly-priced, middleweight line.

What is the best front suspension upgrade kit for my motorcycle?

Progressive’s front suspension upgrade kit converts the stock dual damper rod setup to high-performance, gas-charged, monotube dampers with custom-tuned fork springs. It fits all the MT-07, FZ-07, and XSR700 models from 2015 through 2020.

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