Yamaha MT-09 Street Rally
- It's basically an MT-09 with some accessories bolted on
- You could buy an MT-09, then work out which direction to take it in
Launched in 2014 the Street Rally is a tweaked MT-09, featuring new tank shrouds, a wind deflector, handguards and a marginally higher/flatter seat at 849mm. The seat is also flatter and the footrests have moved slightly.
Power is provided by a liquid cooled 847cc 3 cylinder engine which develops 113.4bhp at 10,000rpm and maximum torque at 8,500rpm. RRP is £7,700.
- Aluminum frame and swingarm
- Dual 298mm discs up front with 2 piston calipers
- Rear 245mm disc with single piston caliper
- Adjustable 41mm upside down fork with 137mm travel
- Adjustable rear shock with 130mm travel
- 3 riding modes
- 6 speed gearbox
The additional parts can be bought through Yamaha dealers which means you can easily convert a standard MT-09 into a Street Rally, although it will add about 5kg to the weight. Power is provided by a liquid cooled in-line three cylinder 847cc engine, producing 115bhp at 10,000rpm.
The 10-spoke 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 180/55 at the rear. Accessories include an Akrapovic Titanium exhaust system, fly screen, pillion seat cover and comfort seat.
2016: The MT-09 series inherits the MT-09 Tracer 3 level traction control system and "Night Fluro" colour scheme (black with vibrant yellow wheels).
Colours: silver/blue, matt grey, red, grey/yellow
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Prices Updated: 20th October 2017
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