Yamaha MT-10: a powerful new naked

The advanced Yamaha MT-10 is characterized by a minimalist and sporty style, technological contents and an optimized and performing CP4 engine .  Design  A gritty, distinctive and dry style that highlights the mechanical part. It features LED headlights with a distinctive twin-eye mono-focus front configuration with separate high and low beam and high-located LED position lights. There is also a new LED rear light.  Overall the style is minimalist, it also includes functional dynamic air intakes for suction efficiency. Also connotative are the acoustic amplification solutions located in front of the 17-liter tank , the air ducts transmit the sound of the CP4 engine intake, as indicated.  Also highlighted is the refined relationship between handlebar, footrest and saddle, together with the more ergonomic tank design, which allows greater mobility when shifting weight when cornering. The saddle placed at a height of 835 millimeters has been modified and there are also original accessories to customize the specimen and Yamaha MT clothing.  Then introduced a new titanium exhaust, designed to transmit a more distinctive sound, highlighting the ignition sequence with irregular bursts.  Three matching colors: Cyan Storm a new hi-tech and trendy look; Icon Blue that recalls the competitions with blue rims and Tech Black in black color with black rims.  Technique  The Deltabox aluminum frame is designed to support 200 horsepower, using the CP4 engine as a stressed element, in order to contain the weight. An aluminum swingarm is also featured and the wheelbase extends to 1,405mm .  The suspensions that favor an agile and consistent ride are a 43 mm adjustable KYB fork with 120 mm travel and an always adjustable KYB rear shock absorber.  The braking system includes dual 320mm floating disc brakes with 4-piston radial calipers. A solution similar to that of the R1, with a new Brembo radial pump.  The picture is completed by five-spoke aluminum wheels whose diameter reaches 17 inches and wear Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S22 tires measuring 120/70-ZR17 and 190/55-ZR17.  Technology  The bike is equipped with a new 4.2-inch color TFT screen derived from the R1. A control on the right handlebar allows you to select the information, then the “Mode / Select” on the left side can allow you to change the intervention levels of the electronic assistance systems and, if necessary, even damp them.  In this regard, the vehicle features an APSG (Accelerator Position Sensor Grip) ride-by-wire accelerator that interacts with the Yamaha Chip Controlled-Throttle (YCC-T) solution with four power delivery modes.(PWR): PWR-1 is suitable for driving on the track; PWR-2 and PWR-3 offer greater fluidity; therefore PWR-4 appears softer and more suitable, for example, when driving on wet surfaces.  Also in evidence is an advanced, more compact and lighter six-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) of the latest generation. It has two sensors that detect the parameters and are transmitted to the ECU, which alerts the electronic assistance systems to the rider. Various solutions are mentioned such as a Brake Control(BC) designed for greater controllability in driving in the middle of curves, independently managing the pressure placed on the front and rear brakes. It is possible to select between two modes, the BC1 with standard active ABS and the BC2 ce acts in emergency braking situations in the middle of curves.  Also mentioned is a lean-sensitive traction control system, one of the most advanced solutions with sensors that detect the relative speeds of the wheels and, in the event of a loss of traction of the rear wheel, the ECU momentarily interrupts the transmission to ensure traction and stability. Using the data of the 6-axis IMU, this system is able to adjust the degree of intervention in relation to the lean angle of the motorcycle. Five levels of intervention are indicated.  The Engine Brake (EBM) then manages the degree of braking force of the engine and it is possible to choose between two levels: 1 with a high degree of engine braking or 2 for a more contained braking, allowing the motorcyclist to choose the level. more suited to the conditions. These are preset modes, but can be adjusted or turned off.  TheLIFT (LIF) control system , on the other hand, provides that if the sensors detect a possible wheelie, the ECU reduces the power to the rear wheel until it regains stability. The levels are also preset in this case, but the pilot can adjust or deactivate them.  Also reported a Slide Control system (SCS) in order to have greater control when cornering with the intervention of the ECU and a reduction of the transmission to the rear wheel until the newfound stability. As in the previous case, the intervention levels are always preset and the pilot can adjust them or deactivate the solution.  So a Yamaha Ride Control(YRC) which represents the possibility of creating an “all-inclusive” system, modifying at the same time the settings of all the traction control systems, SCS, QSS, LIF, EBM and BC.  This is available in four modes with preset values, varying between A, B, C and D, designed for various driving conditions. The rider can still choose to reset the different options.  Among the interesting aspects of the new Yamaha MT-10 there is also a Yamaha Variable Speed Limiter (YVSL), being able to set a maximum speed limit. The QSS electronic shifting is now present as original equipment, according to the information.  Motor  The new Yamaha MT-10 is equipped with an advanced and powerful 998cc CP4 powertrain , a refinement of the EU5 compliant liquid-cooled CP4 crossplane unit .  We highlight forged aluminum pistons, a new surface treatment of the cylinders in function of efficiency and new features that enhance the torque.  Power is proposed that reaches 165.9 horsepower (122.0 kW) at 11,500 rpm and a peak torque of 112 Nm at 9,000 rpm, with interventions on the injection settings to further intensify the linear torque between 4,000 and 8,000 rpm. The design of the intake and exhaust ducts has also been changed, as reported.  Availability  Deliveries to Yamaha dealers will start in February 2022

The advanced Yamaha MT-10 is characterized by a minimalist and sporty style, technological contents and an optimized and performing CP4 engine .

Design

A gritty, distinctive and dry style that highlights the mechanical part. It features LED headlights with a distinctive twin-eye mono-focus front configuration with separate high and low beam and high-located LED position lights. There is also a new LED rear light.

Overall the style is minimalist, it also includes functional dynamic air intakes for suction efficiency. Also connotative are the acoustic amplification solutions located in front of the 17-liter tank , the air ducts transmit the sound of the CP4 engine intake, as indicated.

Also highlighted is the refined relationship between handlebar, footrest and saddle, together with the more ergonomic tank design, which allows greater mobility when shifting weight when cornering. The saddle placed at a height of 835 millimeters has been modified and there are also original accessories to customize the specimen and Yamaha MT clothing.

Then introduced a new titanium exhaust, designed to transmit a more distinctive sound, highlighting the ignition sequence with irregular bursts.

Three matching colors: Cyan Storm a new hi-tech and trendy look; Icon Blue that recalls the competitions with blue rims and Tech Black in black color with black rims.

Technique

The Deltabox aluminum frame is designed to support 200 horsepower, using the CP4 engine as a stressed element, in order to contain the weight. An aluminum swingarm is also featured and the wheelbase extends to 1,405mm .

The suspensions that favor an agile and consistent ride are a 43 mm adjustable KYB fork with 120 mm travel and an always adjustable KYB rear shock absorber.

The braking system includes dual 320mm floating disc brakes with 4-piston radial calipers. A solution similar to that of the R1, with a new Brembo radial pump.

The picture is completed by five-spoke aluminum wheels whose diameter reaches 17 inches and wear Bridgestone Battlax Hypersport S22 tires measuring 120/70-ZR17 and 190/55-ZR17.

Technology

The bike is equipped with a new 4.2-inch color TFT screen derived from the R1. A control on the right handlebar allows you to select the information, then the “Mode / Select” on the left side can allow you to change the intervention levels of the electronic assistance systems and, if necessary, even damp them.

In this regard, the vehicle features an APSG (Accelerator Position Sensor Grip) ride-by-wire accelerator that interacts with the Yamaha Chip Controlled-Throttle (YCC-T) solution with four power delivery modes.(PWR): PWR-1 is suitable for driving on the track; PWR-2 and PWR-3 offer greater fluidity; therefore PWR-4 appears softer and more suitable, for example, when driving on wet surfaces.

Also in evidence is an advanced, more compact and lighter six-axis IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) of the latest generation. It has two sensors that detect the parameters and are transmitted to the ECU, which alerts the electronic assistance systems to the rider. Various solutions are mentioned such as a Brake Control(BC) designed for greater controllability in driving in the middle of curves, independently managing the pressure placed on the front and rear brakes. It is possible to select between two modes, the BC1 with standard active ABS and the BC2 ce acts in emergency braking situations in the middle of curves.

Also mentioned is a lean-sensitive traction control system, one of the most advanced solutions with sensors that detect the relative speeds of the wheels and, in the event of a loss of traction of the rear wheel, the ECU momentarily interrupts the transmission to ensure traction and stability. Using the data of the 6-axis IMU, this system is able to adjust the degree of intervention in relation to the lean angle of the motorcycle. Five levels of intervention are indicated.

The Engine Brake (EBM) then manages the degree of braking force of the engine and it is possible to choose between two levels: 1 with a high degree of engine braking or 2 for a more contained braking, allowing the motorcyclist to choose the level. more suited to the conditions. These are preset modes, but can be adjusted or turned off.

TheLIFT (LIF) control system , on the other hand, provides that if the sensors detect a possible wheelie, the ECU reduces the power to the rear wheel until it regains stability. The levels are also preset in this case, but the pilot can adjust or deactivate them.

Also reported a Slide Control system (SCS) in order to have greater control when cornering with the intervention of the ECU and a reduction of the transmission to the rear wheel until the newfound stability. As in the previous case, the intervention levels are always preset and the pilot can adjust them or deactivate the solution.

So a Yamaha Ride Control(YRC) which represents the possibility of creating an “all-inclusive” system, modifying at the same time the settings of all the traction control systems, SCS, QSS, LIF, EBM and BC.

This is available in four modes with preset values, varying between A, B, C and D, designed for various driving conditions. The rider can still choose to reset the different options.

Among the interesting aspects of the new Yamaha MT-10 there is also a Yamaha Variable Speed Limiter (YVSL), being able to set a maximum speed limit. The QSS electronic shifting is now present as original equipment, according to the information.

Motor

The new Yamaha MT-10 is equipped with an advanced and powerful 998cc CP4 powertrain , a refinement of the EU5 compliant liquid-cooled CP4 crossplane unit .

We highlight forged aluminum pistons, a new surface treatment of the cylinders in function of efficiency and new features that enhance the torque.

Power is proposed that reaches 165.9 horsepower (122.0 kW) at 11,500 rpm and a peak torque of 112 Nm at 9,000 rpm, with interventions on the injection settings to further intensify the linear torque between 4,000 and 8,000 rpm. The design of the intake and exhaust ducts has also been changed, as reported.

Availability

Deliveries to Yamaha dealers will start in February 2022

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