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2004 Yamaha V-Max Photo Gallery
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Photos of the 2004 Yamaha V-Max.
2004 Yamaha V-Max
The V-Max air scoops are non-functional, but they are still an aesthetic triumph.
Mr. Max looks like a fast SOB even when it's parked.
The 1198cc V-4 is the heart of the wickedly fast V-Max.
Back alley brawler? You bet, not many are willing to go up against a stock V-Max in the 1/4 mile.
Dual 298mm discs do the braking work up front.
Duke Danger managed to do a short test of the V-Max at Star Days 2002.
It's not everyday you get the front end of a cruiser up in the air.
Duke couldn't get enough of the straight line power when he tested the Max.
Burnouts? No problem. Seriously, absolutely no problem.
Our '04 test model showed off flat black paint, while the 2005 anniversary model will have a 20th anniversary badge on the faux fuel cell.
Out back a single 298mm single disc aid the front in bringing this bike to a stop.
Few bikes spark conversation like Yamaha's muscle bike.
The V-Max is right at home lurking in the shadows awaiting challengers.
The V-Max is surprisingly easy to manuever at low speeds and around town.
While it's not the most adept at turning in, the V-Max is respectable on sinuous roads.
No matter how dorky a rider is, they always seem to look good on a V-Max as Korf demonstrates.
The lower information cluster consists of a tach, fuel indicator, and other idiot lights.
Finding the gas tank is truly a treasure hunt, it sits in the middle of the saddle.
Get used to putting gas in the V-Max, it's not exactly the most fuel efficient bike.
Open road is little more than an invitation to take in the V-Max's intoxicating power.
The V-max is fun bike pure and simple, exhibiting pure straight line performance.
The Yamaha V-Max Dyno chart is still impressive after all these years.
This is the reason the V-Max is still unchanged after 20 years, raw power.
V-Boost is not a myth, it's a butterfly valve that pours fuel/air mixture into the cylinders at 6500 rpm.
The 2005 model gets update anniversary graphics.
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