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2000 Yamaha V-Max - Added by wakeforest.infonegocio.com on 26-Oct-2020

As it is now, The "Spanish Flyer", after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17" wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit. Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.
 
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The photo 2000-Yamaha-V-Max-1406-GP.jpg (2000 Yamaha V-Max - As it is now, The "Spanish Flyer", after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17" wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit. Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure. ) was uploaded by: wakeforest@infonegocio.com.