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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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cheapy

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cheapy says:

has it enough poise...

to do rolling 180 degree endo into a wheelie up to 3rd?

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Paulvt1

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Paulvt1 says:

New VMax

Could you please enquire as to why the new VMax is at least £6000 overpriced, and when Yamaha intends to heavily discount as it did with the MT 01. Thanks.

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twopoke

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twopoke says:

new vmax

all good and well trying to live off of the old bikes raw feel but i bet the performance is limited in most gears like it is on a gsxr! not very raw at all!

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marty1035

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marty1035 says:

Price Variations

I wish Yamaha could get their pricing sorted. UK 16,000 pounds, US$18,000, NZ$33,000. Better import 1 from the states then!

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rudebwoy

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rudebwoy says:

things to keep in mind when testing

hows about something many other pubilcations dont seem to get into too much. Of course lots of video, not necessarily of smokin burnouts like the US publications do. Quick focussed pointers on components of note (remote preload, YCCI, etc) just quick focussed snippets as part of the overall review if you understand what I mean. Hows about servicability (drain bolt here, adjust levers there, remove seat here, etc), sevice schedules, comprehensive presentation on it's riding dynamics and ergonomics (taller vs shorter pilot), not overly scrutinize or bash if it doesnt handle like a repli-racer but how it behaves for it's intended role, general critique on styling exercise, fit and finish and overall quality...oh an lots of video absent of any theme music please.

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