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Old 10-29-2015, 08:20 AM   #1
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Video Yamahas MT09 threewheeler in action

See Yamahas MT09powered leaning trike ridden


HERE'S the first look at Yamaha's MT-09-powered leaning three-wheeler in action.

Called the MWT-9, using an engine derived from the MT-09's 847cc triple, the concept was unveiled yesterday at the Tokyo Motor Show.
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