2010 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere

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The Tenere will come to the U.S. but not this year. It won't be priced higher than BMW. Just you watch. Extra weight? Compared to what -- it's close to a BMW similarly equipped. Can't turn off the ABS? Dude, I guarantee based on your skill level you're better off with the ABS, no matter the riding surface. Don't like linked brakes? Again, WHY? If you don't want to PAY for these things, OK, that makes sense to desire a lower-cost bike. Otherwise you're better off with them, else you're kidding yourself about your skills.it is a curious thing that yamaha doesn't sell any 660cc monocylinder bike in the us. here in brazil, the fuel-injected xt660 has been a bestseller for a decade. people here like this bike so much that its sister, the mt-03 didn´t sell and was discontinued, though visually nicer. as you, we are waiting for the xt660 z tenerĂ©...Riders will expect some dang nice features on a machine this expensive, and the Yamaha looks like it won’t disappoint. At the heart is a 1199cc Parallel Twin using 98x79.5mm cylinders at 11:1 compression. A 270-degree firing rotation is claimed to put power down in an extremely usable manner, promoting traction in all situations. Speaking of traction, rider input is highlighted by the Yamaha Chip-Controlled Throttle (YCC-T) which offers three-stage traction

Top; The Parallel Twin engine arrangement should be relatively slim, though the six-gallon tank section is pretty bulky. Bottom: Yamaha chose a shaft drive to deliver power from the six-speed transmission.control. The TC can be disabled for off-road use, and the pilot is able to switch engine maps as well to provide alternate power curves 2010 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere Picture 17 of 23

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