Yamaha MT-07 Repair Manual (2014-2020)

Yamaha MT-07 Repair Manual (2014-2020)

Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Yamaha MT-07. A MUST for every MT-07 owner.

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OEM Original factory workshop manual.

Models covered by this manual: 2014 to 2020

Number of pages: 564 pages

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Yamaha MT-07 Repair Manual (2014-2020)

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  2. your manual never gets dirty or greasy
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Yamaha MT-07

The Yamaha MT-07 (referred to as the FZ-07 in North America until 2017) is an MT series standard motorcycle or UJM with a 689 cc (42.0 cu in) liquid-cooled 4 stroke and 8 valve DOHC parallel-twin cylinder with crossplane crankshaft, manufactured by Yamaha Motor Company beginning in 2014 and released in the United States in 2015.

As of 2018, the bike is known in all markets as the MT-07.The bike is offered in 655 cc (40.0 cu in) Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS) variant for riders with Learner and Restricted licences in Australia and New Zealand.

In most ways, the MT-07 is a typical middleweight naked bike. It has a tubular backbone frame that is compact. Its rear monoshock unit is horizontally positioned within the subframe to provide a shorter wheelbase, reduce weight, and lower the center of gravity. The front forks are traditional telescopic, but the MT-09’s 3-cylinder brother features inverted forks.
The anti-lock braking system was optional on vehicles from 2015 through 2017, however it became standard equipment in 2018.

The MT-07 and MT-09 are base models from which a series of derivative bikes were to be developed.
Yamaha hired designer Shinya Kimura to build a café racer version of the MT-07. Kimura introduced the contraption, dubbed “Faster Son,” in June 2015. According to Motorcycle News, Yamaha is anticipated to release a manufacturing version based on “Faster Son” in late 2015. The Yamaha XSR700, based on the MT-07, was introduced for the 2016 model year. For the 2019 model year, Yamaha introduced the Ténéré 700, which shares the CP2 engine with the MT-07.

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