In the AIMExpo (American International Motorcycle Expo), Yamaha, a Japanese renowned motorcycle manufacturer released their new flat-track motorcycle concept named 'Yamaha DT-07 Flat Track Concept' and taken the Yamaha MT-07 as the base for this concept motorcycle.
|Yamaha DT-07 Flat Tracker Concept at AIMExpo. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1OHm2mv)|
Yamaha MT-07 chosen as a base because it has 2-cylinder parallel Crossplane engine with a capacity of 689 cc. This motorcycle has a good torque in the lower to middle rounds, and has proven successful when got fourth ranks in the race of AMA Pro Flat Track Event.
|Right side view of Yamaha DT-07 Flat Tracker Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1OHm2mv)|
This bike is done by an American modifier named Jeff Palhegyi Design in cooperation with motorsports division of Yamaha America.
|Left side view of Yamaha DT-07 Flat Tracker Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1OHm2mv)|
Modifications made to this motorcycle, among others, such as the use of front shock absorber of Yamaha YZF-R6, the Ohlins with the customized suspension link for its rear shock absorber, the Propulsion Labs wheels, reprogrammed ECU, the exhaust system of the Graves Motorsports and others.
Yamaha DT-07 Flat Tracker Concept has been draped in traditional Speedblock Yellow and black livery or known as a special Yamaha's 60th Anniversary livery. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CYCLEWORLD]
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