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2008 Yamaha Venture S (yamaha Of Louisville) on 2040-motos

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Louisville, Kentucky

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This Bike on sale and only 7241 misRoyal Star Venture offers the V-four-powered Venture S with benefits in between those of a regular touring motorcycle and the ultimate one. It is all about the consecrated 79-cubic-inch, liquid-cooled, 70-degree V-four; DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAMSHAFT, 4 valves per cylinder engine through four 32mm Mikuni CV carburetors, it develops 97 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 89 feet lb of torque at 4,750 rpm. YAMAHA POLARIS VICTORY SUZUKI OF LOUISVILLE 400 N English Station RoadLouisville, KY 40223Phone Scott Maire at 502-254-XXXX or Text 502-310-XXXX or reply to this ad via email.Visit our Web sitefor financing & apply on-line yamahaoflouisville com

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