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Yamaha R3 - 900cc - September 25, 2013, 02:20 PM




It is probable that Yamaha will build a family of bikes using the new three cylinder as the common core. After the introduction of the MT/FZ 09, the next bike will most likely be a more sporty variant. Expect something akin to a comfortable sport bike based on the naked chasis with more aggressive styling thrown in. The image above is a first rendering/guess by Bezzi as to where this may go. It should not take them long to bring this to market, hopefully our market as well.

The more 3 cylinders, the better...


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Give me that look, current R6 suspension components, T/C and sub $9K price and I will consider it


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