In a recent development, a company is known as GYTR taking from their website, GYTR is a motorcycle performance brand that combines Yamaha’s years of racing heritage with cutting edge aftermarket technology. 

Outfitted by the same group that performs all MotoGP and World Superbike pit work, GYTR offers products that enhance the performance of Yamaha’s fleet of bikes, including the R1, FZ-09, FZ8 and MT-09. 

The new Yamaha YZF-R7 may not be as hardcore as the Yamaha R6, and some people out there will probably never come to terms with that fact.


However, what we can say for sure is that the R7 is a solid first offering from Yamaha and that many of the complaints people make about it are more due to expectations than anything else. 

The Yamaha YZF-R7 gets race-prepped with the GYTR kit. Developed and released Through its GYTR, or Genuine Yamaha Technology Racing department.

The GYTR kit consists of bolt-on accessories that turn this middleweight sportbike into a high-performance machine ready to race.


The GYTR kit

Those of us lucky enough to experience the Yamaha YZF-R7 on a racetrack knows firsthand just how capable this machine is on track. 

But by the same token, the street-going YZF-R7 can leave many people wondering if they should buy one or not. Well, we’re here to shed light on that very question: yes, you should buy this motorcycle. Are you still wondering? 

It had us at its headline-grabbing top speed and number of horsepower, for starters. The R7’s low weight with this new GYTR kit—is also a huge benefit. 

And that’s significantly due to fibreglass-reinforced plastic fairing, and it also helps to build excellent aerodynamics.

The GYTR trim now comes with the updated suspension. The standard road suspension gets updated with the Ohlins adjustable suspension.


Further, with the GYTR kit’s help, the rear also gets the Ohlins in place of Monos. We also see steel high-performance brakes. Akrapovic special edition mufflers, rear sets, and clip-on are additional goodies in the GYTR kit.

You can easily buy the new GYTR kit from Yamaha Racing’s official website.

via Yamaha Racing


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