Yamaha Tracer GT Review : At the extra GT’s heart is Yamaha’s exceptional 689cc, water-cooled, crossplane twin. This mid-sized mill puts the length of vis–vis 74 horsepower and 50 feet of torque, which is pretty respectable in a bike that weighs shy of 450 pounds. like the Tracer’s generous 4.5 gallon tank and the engine’s natural efficiency, the further GT will acquire roughly speaking 66 miles to the gallon. lovely impressive.
The GT features the base Tracer’s framewhich uses the engine as a frantic memberand aluminum swingarm. The base bike’s break has been specially tuned to come up with the money for better handling for colossal situation sport touring. The GT has some respectable brakes considering dual-channel ABS, but unfortunately (or fortunately, depending upon your view of the situation) no traction direct or user-selectable ride modes.
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Check out this review by Rider Magazine Senior Editor Greg Drevenstedt on the all new Yamaha Tracer GT.