The 2006 Yamaha Vector GT is targeted at a sit-down riding audience, but its features hint at aggressiveness.
First clue is the chrome tinted windshield, then its naughty paint and graphic combos.
Included on the GT is electric start and reverse, a DC outlet for a GPS or cell phone, a cool, tailored handlebar bag and best of all, Yamaha’s Mono Shock RA adjustable rear suspension with its tunnel mounted dial control for rider-tuning the compression damping out back.
Hanging off the front of the Vector GT are two GYT-R dual-clicker gas shocks with piggyback reservoirs offering 20 settings for compression and another 20 clicks for rebound damping.
A closer look also reveals wide running boards with extra serrations for better boot traction.