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|02-06-2015, 09:10 AM||#1|
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Yamaha reveals special edition VMAX Carbon
Carbonadorned special edition marks 30 years since original 1985 VMAX
YAMAHA has just announced this 30th anniversary special edition of its 200hp VMAX.
The special edition VMAX Carbon marks 30 years since the launch of the original 1985 VMAX.
Yamaha has given the 1697cc V4 a carbon-fibre tank cover, mudguards and bodywork, as ell as an Akrapovic slip-on exhaust.
There's also a new matt grey edition of the base model plus plans for anniversary yard-built specials.
A release from Yamaha said:
'New VMAX Carbon
To mark 30 years since the arrival of the original VMAX, Yamaha's Sport Heritage range is strengthened with the introduction of the exclusive VMAX Carbon. Based on the current 1,679cc 200PS V4 model, this iconic special edition combines outstanding musclebike performance with cutting edge style.
The VMAX Carbon's tank cover, front and rear fenders and side covers are all manufactured from lightweight carbon fibre - and for an even more evocative V4 growl this special edition comes equipped with upswept Akrapovic slip-on mufflers. Available from February onwards, this high-specification VMAX Carbon offers exceptional value to those customers who want to own the most iconic musclebike ever built.
New Yard Built VMAX by JvB-moto
Yamaha is gearing up to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original VMAX with the unveiling of a number of exotic new Yard Built specials. The first of these is being created by German builder Jens vom Brauck, who is working on his first ever Yard Built project - and Yamaha have commissioned other custom builders to create two more Yard Built specials for delivery around June and September 2015. Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. / 2015 Press Information / VMAX Carbon (6 February 2015) Page 3 of 4
Better known as JvB-moto, Jens is already well into the build at his workshops near Cologne, transforming the VMAX into something worthy of its iconic status. Yard Built fans can expect to see a stripped back creation combining modern materials with a custom twist, that also pays homage to all that was good about design in the 80’s - the birthplace of the original VMAX monster muscle machine.
New Matt Grey VMAX with realigned price
To underline Yamaha's ongoing commitment towards creative motorcyclists, the standard VMAX will be offered in a new Matt Grey version whose pure and neutral paint finish offers the ideal starting point for those customers wishing to create their own Yard Built special. From February 2015 the standard VMAX becomes available with a significantly reduced price.
VMAX Carbon Highlights
? The ultimate drag racer inspired musclebike
? 200PS 1,679cc V4 liquid-cooled engine
? Massive power with raw torque output
? Exclusive carbon bodywork and Akrapovic mufflers
? Built to customize and make it your own
? Aluminium diamond-type twin spar frame
? Dual 320mm front discs with radial 6-pot callipers
? Large diameter 298mm rear disc
? Efficient shaft drive system
? 5-spoke alloy wheels with wide 200/50-18 rear tyre
? Compact and natural riding position
? The timeless motorcycling icon
Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. / 2015 Press Information / VMAX Carbon (6 February 2015) Page 4 of 4
VMAX Matt Grey Highlights
? Super-powerful 1,679cc 4-stroke V4 engine
? Low profile aluminium frame
? Big, muscular design
? Hearty exhaust growl
? Great performance through rpm range
? Short powerplant centres mass for better handling '
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