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2002 Yamaha YZ426F, 2002 YAMAHA YZ426F, A VERY STRONG FOUR STROKE DIRT BIKE THATS READY FOR THE TRACK OR TRAIL, LOOKS AND RUNS GREAT - Four Strokes. Five Titanium Valves. One Bad Mother. "Could the YZ426F be perfect?" Motocross Action magazine asked in a recent test. Well, we’d of course have to say "yes," but you’d expect that from us. So we’ll just let this milestone of MX engineering, winner of three straight "Four-Stroke of the Year" awards, speak for itself. And we’ll start with what’s arguably its most devastating asset: 426cc of liquid-cooled, 5-titanium-valved, four-stroke single, bearing newly remapped ignition for more precise spark - and performance that’s quicker and harder hitting than ever.
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Moto blogFri, 17 Sep 2010
What you are watching is a highlight of Mike Hailwood's segment from the racing documentary Take it to the Limit - A Motorcycle Odyssey. The Yamaha - built by the extraordinary Kel Carruthers - that Hailwood is riding in the clip featured a unique frame with the camera housed within. The voice-over recording provided by Hailwood was done by taping a small mic to the bottom of his lip so he could dictate his guide to the 37.73 mile route.Wed, 25 Jan 2012
French motorcycle outlet Moto Revue reports Yamaha is developing a new three-cylinder middleweight. Citing an internal Yamaha document, Moto Revue reports the new naked model will feature an inline Triple engine, aluminum perimeter frame, upside-down fork and a triple-pipe exhaust like the MV Agusta F3 and Brutale 675. Yamaha has produced a Triple before, offering the XS750 from 1976-1979 before replacing it with the XS850 in 1980 and 1981 (pictured above is the 1981 Yamaha XS850.) The potential new model is still likely to be years away, so its look is yet to be determined, though Moto Revue does have a rendering that borrows some of the design elements from the FZ8.Wed, 16 Feb 2011
Remember to dust your Union Jacks down if you happen to be visiting any Grand Prix this year as we have no less than seven youngsters to cheer on in the junior Moto GP classes. I don’t think we’ve ever had this many ‘yoofs’ in the GP paddock so let’s hope they can do the business and bring an end to our long drought of Grand Prix titles. And that could be soon as Scott Redding is already a hot favourite for the 2011 Moto 2 championship on his Marc VDS Suter machine.
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