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2003 Yamaha Road Star Midnight Star, COME IN AND CHECK OUT THIS AWESOME 1600CC BEAST!! - Tough guys have always worn black, and this 98-cubic-inch V-twin is no different. Surrounded by lustrous onyx lacquer, this bike makes a statement wherever it goes. Blacked-out engine with polished fins and studded rider and passenger seats create a unique look among Road Star models. And, with its beefy, chromed front end, sculpted steel fenders and wire-spoked wheels, no other cruiser does it so elegantly. Climb aboard this belt-driven, V-twin beast, thumb the starter, open up the throttle. Feel the torque - 99 foot-pounds at 2250 rpm!
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Are motorcycles more environmentally friendly than cars? Ask most people that question and their initial response would probably be “yes” because motorcycles are more fuel efficient, and they release less CO2. But is that the whole story? MythBusters‘ Jamie Hynerman and Adam Savage are going to find out on the Emmy-nominated show’s fall season premiere, Sept.
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