2011 Yamaha TMAX

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2011 Yamaha TMAX
2011 Yamaha TMAX

2011 Yamaha TMAX
2011 Yamaha TMAX

2011 Yamaha TMAX
2011 Yamaha TMAX

– 2011 Yamaha TMAX

2011 Yamaha TMAX

The Super Sport scooter that blurs the boundaries between scooter and motorcycle.

Maximum power. Maximum style.

A fuel-injected 499cc parallel-twin engine, a lightweight aluminum frame and radial tires on 15 inch wheels mean this scooter goes like a sportbike. The 2011 Yamaha TMAX has more than enough power to run with freeway traffic, and its aerodynamic fairing and expansive cockpit will get you there in maximum comfort and style – returning 47 miles or more per gallon* on average the whole way.


2011 Yamaha TMAX model Features

Key Features:
” Fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, four-valve-per-cylinder engine boasts forged pistons, carburized connecting rods, and ceramic-composite plated cylinders. The TMAX has a 11.0:1 compression ratio; upswept muffler canister; Controlled-fill die-cast aluminum frame; 43mm front forks; 4-piston mono-block caliper dual front disc brakes; rear disc brake; aluminum die cast wheels with radial H-rated tires; fully featured multifunction instrumentation with speedometer and tachometer; and radical new sports styling; with those credentials, it’s no wonder TMAX is the Super Sport Scooter.
” Horizontally positioned 499cc parallel twin, with reciprocating balancer, offers plenty of smooth power, enough for two-up touring at highway speeds. Configuration helps keep weight low in frame for mass centralization.
” Luxury scooter appointments include a double glove box in the streamlined front apron, a position-adjustable operator backrest, a storage box under the seat spacious enough for a large full-face helmet, and the excellent wind and weather protection that comes from the TMAX’s floorboard/ apron/windshield configuration.
” Continuously variable transmission connects engine power to the wet multiplate centrifugal clutch via a durable double-cog-type rubber V-belt. Silent chain efficiently transfers power to the rear wheel. This proven system, combined with TMAX’s ample power, gives a whole new meaning-and adrenaline level-to twist-and-go throttle operation.
” The TMAX achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 47 mpg* with a fuel tank that holds 4 gallons of gas.


” Fuel-injected, DOHC, four-valve-per-cylinder, 499cc parallel twin, liquid-cooled engine is horizontally mounted and performance engineered with forged pistons, carburized connecting rods and ceramic-composite plated cylinders for plenty of tractable power. Also includes a horizontally opposed reciprocating balancer for uncommon smoothness.
” Electronic fuel-injection system provides sure starts and excellent performance in virtually all conditions and altitudes.
” Lubrication is via a semi-dry-sump system with an oil cooler for longer engine life.
” Continuously variable transmission (CVT) connects engine power to the wet multiplate centrifugal clutch via a durable doublecog-type rubber V-belt. Pivot coaxial drive shaft is used, allowing use of a swingarm separate from the powerplant for excellent handling. Two-stage, adjustment-free silent chain system then transfers power to the rear wheel.
” Muffler incorporates exhaust catalyst technology to reduce air pollution.
” Fuel tank emission system includes a charcoal canister to control gasoline evaporation and reduce air pollution.


” Using technology proven in Yamaha’s sportbike line, TMAX has a lightweight, Controlled-Fill die-cast aluminum frame that provides rigidity and balance for superb handling.
” Motorcycle-type telescopic front forks use beefy 43mm tubes.
” 15-inch cast aluminum wheels front and rear are fitted with radial tires for excellent, sporty handling.
” Front double disc brakes with four-pod mono block calipers.
” Pin-slide, single piston rear brake caliper with parking brake system.
” Brake lever is adjustable for operator comfort.
” Rear seat is hinged for easy opening. Underseat storage is spacious enough to store a large full-face helmet.


Additional Features:
” Bright headlights and taillight take their styling cues from Yamaha sportbikes.



2011 Yamaha Vino Classic 50 – USA Specifications
$8,590 (Raven) Available from February 2011

Type 499cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke, forward inclined parallel 2-cylinder, DOHC, 4-valve

Bore x Stroke 66.0 x 73.0 mm

Compression Ratio 11.0:1

Fuel Delivery Electronic fuel injection

Ignition Digital TCI: Transistor Controlled Ignition

Clutch Type Wet, multiple-disc automatic centrifugal

Transmission CVT double-cog V-belt auto

Final Drive V-belt

Suspension / Front 43mm telescopic forks

Suspension / Rear Swingarm

Brakes / Front 267mm disc

Brakes / Rear 267mm disc

Tires / Front 120/70-15 67H Radial

Tires / Rear 160/60-15 67H Radial

Length 86.4 in

Width 30.5 in

Height 56.9 in

Seat Height 31.5 in

Wheelbase 62.2 in

Ground Clearance 4.9 in

Fuel Capacity 4.0 gal

Fuel Economy** 47 mpg

Wet Weight*** 489 lb

Warranty 1 Year (Limited Factory Warranty)




2011 Yamaha BWs 125 – Canada Specifications

Model not available in Canada.

* Fuel economy estimates are based on US EPA exhaust emission certification data obtained by Yamaha and converted into Canadian measurements. Your actual mileage will vary depending on road condition, how you ride, maintain your vehicle, accessories, cargo and operator/passenger weight.

Specifications, appearance, and price of product are subject to change without notice.

* MSRP does not include freight, PDI (Pre Delivery Inspection), pre-rigging (boats), or taxes. Dealer may sell for less.

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