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21. VMaxGuru.com
A site dedicated to the development, retention and distrubution of information concerning the Yamaha V-Max. Includes technical information including: http://www.vmaxguru.com/
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22. vmaxxers.net
German Vmaxxers Community In Boost We Trust! Includes forum.
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23. Yamaha V-Max - Living life to the Max
Reed used a highly tuned version of the well proven Venture V4 liquid cooled engine and wrapped a huge frame around it, bedecked with “Mad Max” styling. Unlike many concept bikes the V-Max stayed pretty faithful to the original artist drawings with its long chopper style chassis and sweeping futuristic bodywork. Yamaha had considered a turbo boost at one point, but with power already well above 140bhp, the option was not pursued and the V-Boost was fully developed instead.
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24. Yamaha V-Max 2003 Review
Memorable Motorcycles: Yamaha V-Max - MotorcycleUSA.com Everything about the V-Max was, and is, original. Every element of the bike, from the first sketches through to the finished product, is 100% Japanese, even if it was conceived and drawn in America. The first seeds of the V-Max project were sown when Yamaha's Project Leader, Mr. Araki, saw American teenagers drag racing over a quarter-mile bridge span over the Mississippi River.
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25. Yamaha V-Max 2004 Review
2004 Yamaha V-Max - MotorcycleUSA.com In 2005 the V-Max celebrates its 20th birthday as the king of asphalt-shredding speed and power. What's remarkable is that it has gone largely unchanged for the last 19 years. Sure, there are bikes that have managed to hold a special place in the two-wheeled market place for long stretches of time, but as fast as technology advances, those bikes quickly get slapped with a retro label, and instead of being the toast of the town, they're admired for the antiquated style and performance and their impact at the time of their introduction. Not Mr. Max.
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26. YAMAHA V-MAX models
2009 YAMAHA V-MAX (2009 - Present) The Yamaha V-Max is a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha, which is known for its powerful V4 engine, shaft drive, and distinctive styling. While famed for its quick acceleration, it is often criticized for its poor cornering ability and soft suspension. Instead of the V-Boost on the original carburated V-Max, the fuel injected VMAX uses ... Continue reading → YAMAHA V-MAX 1679 (2009 - Present) 2006 YAMAHA V-MAX (2006 - Present) Continue reading → YAMAHA V-MAX 1198 (2006 - Present) 1984 YAMAHA V-MAX (1984 - 2005) This is a 1200cc motorcycle with a powerful V4 engine, shaft drive, and distinctive styling. Manufactured since 1984, the current V-Max is almost the same. In 2005, an all-new V-Max concept bike was presented. It had a new chassis and upgraded components all around. Continue reading →
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27. Yamaha Vmax by Hermes
With its four-cylinder engine and brushed metalwork, Yamaha didn't have to do much to the VMax to make us want it any more than we already do. But then they went ahead and created this beauty. The result of a collaboration between Yamaha and Hermès, this one-of-a-kind VMax has been decked out in the finest buffalo skin, covering everything from head lamp to tail pipe. Unveiled at a motorcycle exposition in Germany, it's not the first time the two powerhouses have collaborated, Hermès having similarly decked out a Virago cruiser back some fifteen years ago. But it sure is the most awesome... (Photos) - Luxist
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