The 2011 Star VMAX by Yamaha, the ultimate power cruiser, delivers unmatched performance (until maybe now… we’ll has to see how the new 2011 Ducati Diavel compares) from its 65-degree, four-valves per-cylinder, 1679cc V4 with plenty of eye-opening, controllable acceleration from a compact engine that looks as powerful as it is.
The hot-rod VMAX motorcycle is equipped with downdraft four-bore fuel injection with the Yamaha YCC-I intake and YCC-T fly-by-wire throttle technology that provide awesome acceleration throughout the broad powerband.
With a lightweight aluminum chassis that puts the engine low and forward for mass centralization, the new 2011 Star VMAX is a motorcycle designed to handle curves as well as straightaways.
Borrowing liberally from advanced sportbike technology, the Star VMAX by Yamaha features a slipper clutch, wave-style brake discs, master cylinders, ABS, and complete suspension adjust-ability front and rear.
Functionality and forward-thinking style uniquely combine with features like oxidized-titanium-coated 52mm front fork tubes, magnesium engine side covers, fluorinated polyethylene fuel tank and the organic electroluminescence multifunction display.
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