Yamaha V Max Motorcycle Buyers Guide

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Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX

Yamaha V Max

For 22 years, 1985 to the Yamaha V-Max has graced dealer showroom floors (in the Yamaha V-Max wasn’t to the United States but it was available For all of those years the V-Max only aesthetic changes and performance upgrades — a testament to the original design.

The Yamaha is the original power cruiser. launched in 1985 there was quite like it. The bike was by enthusiast magazines for its ill-handling, but for its 1197cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, V-Four engine outshone any and earned it early honors later, cult status.

Key the Yamaha V-Max’s legend is its engine. Sourced from touring machine, the Venture engineers went to work cam profiles, lightening pistons and the strength of connecting rods. The important performance feature, was the V-Max’s “V-Boost” system.

The was fed via two banks of two 35 mm constant-velocity carburetors, carburetor feeding one cylinder. the two banks of carburetors was a butterfly attached to a small motor. the engine revved past rpm, the butterfly valve open and allow the fuel from both banks of to flow into the one chamber all four carburetors.

The result, in the hands of a pro dragracer, was a boost that accelerated the V-Max through the quarter-mile in 10 seconds. The combination of unique and straight-line performance made the V-Max an instant classic.

Yamaha V MAX

Yamaha Next V-MAX

In 2008 the Yamaha was noticeably missing from model line-up, only to be by an all new Yamaha VMAX in 2009. The VMAX featured an aluminum fully-adjustable suspension, a slipper and ABS but the big news, as with the original was the bike’s engine.

The new Yamaha was powered by an all-new, liquid-cooled, V-Four engine displacing (a nearly 500cc increase). the old bike produced 120 horsepower the new VMAX put out a massive 174 hp and 113 lb.-ft. of

Because the new Yamaha VMAX was and not carbureted, Yamaha had to devise a new system. Yamaha Chip Intake (YCC-I) and Yamaha Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) the replacements. At 6,650 rpm YCC-I the length of the intake tracks 150mm to 54mm in only 0.3 of a

The YCC-T controls the throttle by computing input from a of sensors and calculates the best of EXUP setting, throttle ignition advance to provide power.

Unlike the original Yamaha the new version doesn’t lurch with a sudden surge in but rather utilizes modern to smooth and broaden the power With 174 horsepower, however, no shortage of power anywhere in the rev range.

Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX
Yamaha Next V-MAX


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