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Yamaha MT-07

Yamaha MT-07 Questions & Answers

MT-07LA, MT-07HO, MT-07TRA
4.8 from 38 reviews

13 questions from our users

Madpup1

Madpup1asked

Hey guys, I have an MT07 2015 model about 14,500ks on it been a great bike went well, just had it serviced and took it for a ride and noticed every now and then when I shift down gears coming into a corner to slow down it conks out and dies, and then will start straight away again. Just wondering if anyone may have an idea with whats going on cheers

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Brad & Marika M.

Brad & Marika M.asked

MT-07HO

How much have you paid for a HO ride away in QLD? I have been told that I should be able to get one for $11 if I’m buying other stuff on top.

1 answer
Kaptin Kyle
Kaptin Kyle

Sorry mate I thought I wrote the review under the LA model. The bike was 2 years old and cost $7000


Mark

Markasked

MT-07HO

Is the MT 07 lams standard exhaust the same as the MT 07 HO exhaust?

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Brian
Brian

Yes same exhaust on all 4 models including the XSR


Dave C

Dave Casked

MT-07HO

Can I get a replacement service book and tool kit also manuals?

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Jason

Jasonasked

MT-07LA

Hi, I'm looking into buying an MT-07. I've seen a number of decent ones at dealerships with fair amount of kms on them and one in particular I found has done over 48000kms. I am particularly keen on that one as it is within my budget but should I be worried about a model with that many kms on the motor? Cheers.

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Hung Pham
Hung Pham

hello Jason,

service history and overall condition are a lot more important than the kms travelled. regular oil changes are important and heed the drive chain/belts.

in my opinion, 40,000 for an MT07 (is it Lam or HO?), is quite a high figure given the model was released in 2015/2016 and normally a motorcycle mileage is twice a car’s given the way it is ridden “thus” trashed.

on the side note, once the odomoter goes past its 5 digits (99999), it goes back to zero and i would not think that’s the case here


Patrick07

Patrick07asked

Hello i am 5'5 ( 1.65 m) tall and i am thinking of buying the MT-07. Anyone who's that size or taller bought that bike? and if yes could he please share
his experience about handling, seat comfort things like that thanks a lot..

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Hung Pham
Hung Pham

hello Patrick, i am 1m 62 and i ride it perfectly with a good form. you will be okay providing your inseams (just google it) is in the clear. just go to a shop and sit on the motorcycle and have someone hold as though you are riding.

i hope this helps.

Hung


Jim

Jimasked

How do I turn my immobiliser off?

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Dblk89

Dblk89asked

Would the MT 07 fit a large guy? I am around 5'8 and almost 117 kg. Mostly worried about exceeding the load capacity with a pillion rider. I've read it somewhere that the load capacity is 175 kg. Also my nearest dealership is at a fair distance

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The King
The King

I'm 6'1 and 105kg. It fits me fine. Want to buy mine?

Dblk89
Dblk89

Thanks for your offer. I went to a dealership and was told that it should not exceed a weight limit of 175 kg which was a huge turn off for since I would like to have a pillion rider with me occasionally. How much is the list price. I have to sell my Suzuki inazuma if I was to buy a new motorcycle and if the price and freight costs are manageable, I am happy to accept the offer


Luxy

Luxyasked

MT-07LA

Dose the first service have to be done by a Yamaha dealership to keep the warranty valid?

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RoyBoy
RoyBoy

No mate. As long as they are licensed motorcycle mechanic, anyone is allowed to do the services

ub34ty
ub34ty

No luxy, and no royboy. Anyone can service the bike and the only reason it would be kept valid would be if they used genuine parts and the correct oil (also dates and kms need to be filled out in the book) and to make sure that the invoice is kept for all items used if you are to claim anything under warranty.


Jake28

Jake28asked

MT-07LA

Hi there . I rencently bought a Yamaha mt07 2016 learner approved as I'm still with my RE learner permit . My question is if I can put and akrapovic full exhaust sistem in my MT07 as I'm still in my RE?. In if it's considered a modification on the bike ?. Thanks . I live in Australia QLD

2 answers
RoyBoy
RoyBoy

Relevant question. If it`s the Yamaha supplied pipe, with the bung in, then it`s still R/E legal
If not, then potentially you`re making it in to a non LAMS bike.
That`s our ruling here in WA, so I would guess the same applies to you guys
I don`t think the Police are really all that concerned, but I`ll bet the insurance company would be using that as an out in any claim

JamesHRL
JamesHRL

You can modify your bike in those sort of ways yes


Bryce

Bryceasked

MT-07LA

Hi all, I am super keen on one of these bikes! Two quick questions, how much should I be paying for one of these ride away and what color should I get (cant decide)?

4 answers
Tom
Tom

Hi Bobby, Hmmm....in my opinion it it best to go for a Demo as you will still get a full Warranty on a bike with very low klm. As soon as you throw a leg over a new bike the value of it drops considerably. pay around $9500 on road from a Dealer. In my eyes, white looks the best. Factor in $2000 for good quality protective gear....that is non negotiable and will preserve your most precious asset, your life!

Triton
Triton

Hi Bobby,

I agree with Tom, get a demo if you can. As for colour, my one is the H-O model and only comes in Race Blu (which is actually mainly silver with a blue frame and wheels) so I had no choice. In the LAMS version I really like the Night Fluoro: http://www.yamaha-motor.com.au/products/motorcycle/road/torque-sport/16-mt-07la-0

If you get a new one, expect to pay $10K or so ride away, it's a lot of motorcycle for the money.

Cheers,

Triton

Fifty
Fifty

Hi Bobby,
Exepect around 10.5k drive away + Akra Carbon (1K) for the MT07.
Enjoy your drive
Yamahara


Clive

Cliveasked

MT-07HO

This bike has great reviews and I was very interested in the full power version - until I realised its not avsilable in Oz with an ABS option, even though available in most other countries with ABS. ABS reduces potential for seroius accident by approx 40% according to various safety studies and this is why its now compulsory on all new bikes in Europe and other countries. Are Yamaha just dumping non ABS bikes onto the Oz market?

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Basil
Basil

2016 model comes with ABS as standard. Thanks!

Clive
Clive

ABS is only available on the LAMS version Basil

Hung Pham
Hung Pham

@Clive

it appears that we have to rely on our skills - Hung


Bobcat

Bobcatasked

I believe if you redo the mapping it will increase the horse power to close to 80 with an aftermarket pipe.
I was told the restrictions was done thru the mapping to make it an lams bike. any one know more about this?

4 answers
Bondi Boatman
Bondi Boatman

Hi Bobcat. Yeah this can be done however if you are in an accident and investigations uncover the increased mapping to remove it from LAMS standard / LAMS restrictions you will face some touchy legal questions. The risk isn't worth it in my view. Now if you buy the MT-07-OH version and do this same process you would be in the clear (as I understand it). The LAMS MT-07 is still a quick bike for what it is & it's a miracle that it is classed as Learner Approved. Don't be surprised if this changes.
Respect to you & ride safe.

Bobcat
Bobcat

Thanks Bondi

The idea is to get the MT 7 and leave it as is till I have my open licence and then do the mapping instead of getting a new bike. Hoping it works, thanks appreciate the feed back.

Rob J.
Rob J.

No, remapping will not up the power on the Lams 07. This model actually has smaller pistons than the OH 07 models. Anyway, your Lams bike is going to be worth more as a Lams bike than one which has been tampered with and ,"so called"unlocked, as there are thousands of unrestricted bikes out there. Sit tight , learn to ride what you have well. Then move on.


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