Aleksandar13 Posted July 31, 2021 Share Posted July 31, 2021 Good morning all ,thought I'd share my new bike with you guys ... I've been wanting a Yamaha mt09sp since they came out ,never came around to test one and always ended up with an adventure type of bike and the latest bike was the t700sm. When this new one came out I actually said to @Rich TT this will be my next bike ... I waited patiently until the SP came out and watched all the reviews as you do ... On the bikes first impression and thoughts. It is light 189kg wet ... Should be easily below 185kg once the mirrors are our ,new battery and new exhaust ... Handling is one of the best I've tried out of the box without me touching the suspension... I find myself going in corners comfortable at higher speeds than before and it just holds the line and loves to corner . Engine is amazing ,pulls hard from midrange very hard with a nice sound from airbox...at 7k there is a rush in power that comes in ...have only been up to 8k as it's in the 600 miles period at the moment... But this engine is refined ,smooth ,has a beautiful power band and sounds amazing . Coming from a 6 pot Beringer I thought that the stock brakes will feel a bit crap but they are not ... The feel is great and the stopping power is good ,I'm pleased so far and will only be changing to braided lines at some point when someone has a bolt on kit. Quickshifter and blipper ... Qs works from 3k rpm ,you don't use the clutch on this bike and it's a light one and slipper as well... Awesome to just pull out of corners and keep the throttle open and bang through the gears.Downblipper is good and works well and it does make life easy especially braking hard and late .. Comfort ... Seat is ok ,might get the comfort one but this one gets me to about 2h of riding and then I get a bit of pain... Ergonomics are great. I Am extremely happy with the bike and would recommend a test ride to anyone who wants a naked hooligan that has the perfect power for the road. Aleks 8 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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