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Michael J Carroll

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What should we test on Yamaha’s new V-Max?

You could help MCN with its test of Yamaha’s all-new V-Max by telling us what you want to know about the bike. The new Yamaha V-Max in action Original V-Max review We’re due to test the bike over the coming weeks, and want your thoughts about the areas we should cover. Yamaha V'maxs for sale Do you believe it’s a worthy successor to the...

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Yellowninja600

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I hope you guys test the brakes, the shockers and steering. If it starts then give the engine a good run through... :) Other than that I am certain that you guys will get the test riding and the report bang on!

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Boult

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Boult says:

Fuel Economy?

......OK.....maybe not....

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shazhome

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shazhome says:

I Think

A sobber Brain, heart is still pumping & ensure that a medical certificate is issued confirming that the rider as a water tight arsole and no past record of premature ejeculation.

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spondonste

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spondonste says:

Suggestions for test

Obviously straight line acceleration but also see whether it can get round the first corner it approaches. Whether its a bulk to get round the corners and whether the acceleration is linear or has a degree of lag/ kick in the pants. How it compares in the straight line run against bikes like a suzuki hayabusa etc. Fuel economy and braking performance (if it has any). How it feels in the bends and if the chassis is fairly neutral on the brakes whilst banked over. Its not going to be used on the track but it needs to be checked that if used on the road and accelerating hard (on real roads) its not going to result in an early appointment with the grim reaper

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Jim_UK

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Jim_UK says:

Maybe

Can it wheelie and for how long, how long can you do a rolling burnout with it, what it's quarter mile time, can you rear wheel steer it much? erm....... what’s it like in the corners, how does it compare to the previous V-Max in all of the above, and finally does it have that all important aggressive muscle bike feel/look.

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marty1035

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marty1035 says:

Only 1 Thing

I'd like to see how fast it devalues.

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KimLondon

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KimLondon says:

Noise - what does it sound like?

Can you compare with some of the best sounding bikes and put a recording up on the website?

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tuk1093

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tuk1093 says:

will it

squeeze past a bus and a van at the lights last on one rear tyre between trips to the service shop

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grindz145

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grindz145 says:

How to test an icon

I think the most obvious category to test is off-roadability and also its ability to jump 16 garbage cans setup next to a fried chicken stand. -Troyrank.com :-D

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Phat Bob

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Phat Bob says:

the nitty gritty

Is there room for a spare pair of underpants?

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