Yamaha MT-07

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Yamaha MT-07 Tracer (Tracer 700)

Yamaha MT-07 was first introduced in 2013, and official sales started in 2014. The model has been targeted at most of the global markets, including Japan, Europe, North America (since 2015 as FZ-07) and Oceania.

The lineup:

Main competitors:

The MT series abbreviation literally stands for "Masters of Torque", ie "Torque Masters". The main feature of the engines of this series is not outstanding power capabilities, maximum torque in the widest range of work.

The main feature of the Yamaha MT-07 is the 689cc, liquid-cooled, in-line 2-cylinder engine. see, giving out about 75 hp. power and 68 Nm of torque. In this case, the value of the maximum torque is fully available already at 6500 rpm. The use of a 270 ° crankshaft made it possible to achieve the character of a V-shaped engine with a virtually in-line arrangement of cylinders. This technology is very similar to that of the TDM series and TRX 850. The cylinders themselves are displaced a few millimeters back (relative to the crankshaft), which reduced friction losses.

The rear suspension is a swingarm with a monoshock located almost horizontally to the ground, under the seat (inside the subframe), as close to the engine as possible. This arrangement was used on Buell motorcycles and allowed for the maximum centralization of mass without lengthening the wheelbase, which led to a tangible improvement in handling.

In 2016, based on the engine, frame and chassis of the Yamaha MT-07, a scrambler model was introduced - Yamaha XSR700. In the same year, a touring modification was introduced - the '' Yamaha MT-07 Tracer (also known as the Tracer 700 ). It was distinguished by the presence of a front fairing, an increased fuel tank and rear suspension settings (a little more travel). The Tracer is only available in the European and Australian markets.

In 2018, the Yamaha MT-07 model name becomes the main one in the North American market (instead of the past - Yamaha FZ-07).

At the end of 2018, Yamaha announced a touring enduro model Yamaha Ténéré 700, based on the MT-07 engine.


Yamaha MT-07 Tracer (Tracer 700)
Yamaha MT-07 Tracer (Tracer 700)
Yamaha MT-07 Tracer (Tracer 700)


Specifications Yamaha MT-07:

Model Yamaha MT-07
Motorcycle type naked
Release year 2014+
Frame steel
Engine type 2-cylinder, 4-stroke, in-line
Working volume 689 cm³
Bore / stroke 80.0 x 68.6 mm
Compression ratio 11.5: 1
Cooling liquid
Number of valves per cylinder DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply system injector, 2x 38 mm
Ignition type TCI (digital)
Maximum power 74.8 h.p. (55.0 kW) at 9000 rpm
Maximum torque 68.0 Nm (6.9 kg * m) at 6500 rpm
Gearbox 6-speed
Drive type chain
Front tire size 120/70 ZR 17M / C (58W)
Rear tire size 180/55 ZR 17M / C (73W)
Front brakes 2 x 282mm discs, 4-piston calipers (ABS)
Rear brakes 1 disc 245 mm, 1-piston caliper (ABS)
Front suspension 41mm Telescopic Fork (Fixed), 130mm Travel
Rear suspension linkage with monoshock (preload adjustment), stroke - 130 mm - MT-07

linkage with monoshock (preload adjustment), stroke - 142 mm - Tracer 700

Length 2085 mm - MT-07

2138 mm - Tracer 700

Width 745 mm - MT-07

806 mm - Tracer 700

Height 1090 mm - MT-07

1270 mm - Tracer 700

Wheelbase 1400 mm - MT-07

1450 mm - Tracer 700

Minimum ground clearance 140 mm
Saddle height 805 mm - MT-07

835 mm - Tracer 700

Acceleration to 100 km / h 3.8 sec
Maximum speed 201 km / h
Fuel tank capacity 14.0 L (including reserve - 2.7 L) - MT-07

17.0 L - Tracer 700

Motorcycle weight (curb) 182 kg - MT-07

196 kg - Tracer 700