Tuesday, June 15, 2010

2010 Yamaha T-Max 750 Scooter competitor to the Gilera GP800.

There are rumors about the added accommodation of YAMAHA TMax from 500cc to new 750cc but the closing has appear calm with assets and patents registered by Yamaha in Japan . Yamaha has started projects for a three butt engine for a new development on its sports T-Max 500 scooter. The new Yamaha scooter would again be alleged T-Max 750 and could be accessible for presentation appear autumn. Production and sales are planned for the end of 2010. The images in this column are from artist J.M Guerin with bigger foreground end (from R6) and the final Yamaha.


The development is demography abode on the accepted engine base: the T-Max 500 cc accompanying cylinder, with a third agent rod with anti-vibration function. That third rod would after accomplish way for a absolute third cylinder, accretion ability to 750cc. With the all-important modifications, the new three butt engine would be chip assimilate the scooter with no problems, while the final manual would be adequate to bout the greater ability output.

Yamaha 3-cylinder scooter T-Max 750, which will become adversary to the Gilera GP800.
June 8th, 2009 - Imagine a new, better looking T-Max that puts out even more power than the current 500cc model. Rumors keep reemerging that Yamaha will introduce a new 3 cylinder T-Max with a displacement of 750cc. Apparently the T-Max 500 already has a dummy cylinder and rod that is currently used to counter balance engine vibration. It appears the plan is the utilize the extra cylinder and rod with a real piston to bump the displacement to 750cc. Although nothing has been officially announced by Yamaha, it seems like this would be a easy way to compete power-wise with the newest maxi supersport scooter to hit the market, the Gilera GP800.

If this model is getting ready to be launced for the 2010 year, expect an announcement from Yamaha sometime in the Fall of 2009. If the US does end up getting the T-Max 750, I would imagine that it won't arrive here until the 2011 or 2012 model year. Stay tuned for all of the latest updates on the new Yamaha T-Max 750cc maxi sport scooter.

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