Yamaha MT Turbocharged Three-Cylinder Engine Prototype Model Revealed
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Yamaha working on a new model can be induced, with replaces the Yamaha MT-10 in the feature. The New Yamaha MT turbocharged three-cylinder prototype will possibly the next generation shape of motorcycles to meet more future emission rules. The Yamaha MT prototype 847 cc, three-cylinder engine, and despite the similar capacity and layout, to reports and indicate that it’s not the same engine from the MT-09, but with a turbocharged variant. The MT-09 engine features a 78 mm bore and 59.1 mm stroke is provided, the turbocharged prototype has a smaller than 73 mm bore longer 67.5 mm stroke to create a lower, more torque-focussed motor.
The chassis of an MT-10, sharing the bike’s swingarm, suspension, wheels, and brakes, as well as its fuel tank and seat unit. It’s unlikely that the bike shown in the images will be converted into a production model, but it’s clear that it’s more the technologies that will likely be used in a future production model, including the turbo, direct injection, and variable valve timing.
The turbocharger engine power produces 180 bhp at 8,500 rpm, creating a peak torque of 176 Nm that maintains a flat curve all the way from 3,000 rpm to 7,000 rpm. This bike is used direct fuel injection, firing fuel straight into the combustion chamber just before the spark plug ignites it to reduce the chance of unburnt fuel escaping into the exhaust. The engine uses variable valve timing for both the intake and exhaust valves which is said to help the unit achieve 30 percent lower emissions than a comparable non-turbo engine.
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