2018 Yamaha Star Eluder Dyno Run

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Upon using the 2018 Yamaha Star Enterprise and its stripped-down sibling the Star Eluder–each outfitted with Yamaha’s 113ci (1,854cc) air-cooled V-twin powerplant—we had been keen to check the claimed 126 pound-feet torque output on our in-house DynoJet 250i dynamometer. Our resident dyno tech, Will Steenrod pushed the stripped-down Yamaha bagger by its paces and, because it turned out, its claims weren’t that far off the mark.

Yamaha Eluder Dyno

The Yamaha Star Eluder’s finest dyno outcome was 76.36 hp @ four,170 rpm and 112.35 pound-feet of torque @ 2,560 rpm.

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After warming the bike to working temperature and some fourth-gear roll-on runs, our greatest run outcome netted 112 pound-feet of torque at 2,650 rpm and 76.36 hp @ four,170 rpm. The fantastic thing about Yamaha’s low-end torque machine is that it doesn’t violently shake when rolling on the throttle within the low rpm vary as a result of it’s outfitted with twin counterbalancers. The Eluder additionally comes outfitted with traction management and Yamaha’s D-mode, which permits on-the-fly throttle-response changes from Sport to Tour with the push of a button (positioned on the best swap cluster).

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