- Created: Thursday, 08 November 2012 15:13
The Yamaha MT-07 is powered by a newly developed 690-cc engine with 55 kW/75 PS, which can be reached at 9000 revolutions per minute. The road ready around 180 kilograms, MT-07 developed at 6500 rev/min with a maximum torque of 68 Newton meters.
The liquid-cooled parallel twin has a crankshaft with 270 degree firing interval and a balance shaft. He is said to be frugal and is designed for high torque at low and medium range. The exhaust gases are discharged through a 2-in-1 system to the outside.
The asymmetrically shaped rear swingarm is supported via a lever system and a lying, adjustable mono rear suspension, which is hinged directly on the motor housing. Front is the MT-07 on a 41-millimeter front forks and 130 mm of travel. The ten-spoke wheels were taken from the larger sister, the MT-09.
The bench provides plenty of space for different sitting positions, so that the driver depending on the purpose of use can vary its seating position. With the low seat height of 805 millimeters at the front of u and the slim cut seat , smaller drivers to find secure footing when holding. In Europe, there will be the MT-07 as stages license version with 35 kW/48 hp for beginners.