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2009 Yamaha VMAX

2009 Yamaha VMAX

Mix a sportbike and a cruiser and what do you get? The 2009 Yamaha VMAX ($18,000), that's what. This mean machine looks like the cross between a Harley and a crotch rocket, with the performance to match. It features an all-new 65-degree 1679cc V4 engine, a lightweight aluminum chassis, a 5-speed transmission with a slipper clutch, wave-style brake discs with ABS and Brembo master cylinders, and complete suspension adjustability in both the front and rear. [Thanks, Craig]

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