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2004 Yamaha Road Star Warrior, Road Star Warrior - 2004 Yamaha Road Star Warrior, 2004 Yamaha Road Star WarriorWe know what you're thinking. Is the Warrior a cruiser or a sportbike? The answer is yes...Yes, that's a pushrod, air-cooled, fuel injected, 102 cubic inch (1670cc) V-twin -- that'll blow your socks clean off.And yes, that's a lightweight aluminum frame with a 41mm inverted fork, monoblock brake calipers and sticky performance tires on three-spoke alloy wheels supporting this welterweight Road Star.You'll appreciate the Warrior's superior power-to-weight ratio when you dump the clutch and that 200-section rear tire hooks up.The 2004 Warrior sports revised rider and passenger foot peg location, new handlebar design and an all-new 2-piece seat that's wider and flatter for increased rider and passenger comfort.Can you guess why the Warrior was Motorcyclist Magazine's Cruiser of the Year for `02? Simply put, It stops and turns and soaks up the bumps better than anything else in cruiserdom. We're talkin' about a revolution here. The sound and fury of the gnarliest twin w2 into 1 Vance Hines Exhaust, and passenger back rest.
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The Yamaha XT250 dual sport is getting a fuel injection system for the 2013 model year, replacing the previous model’s 33mm Teikei carburetor. Apart from fuel injection and new graphics, the only other changes are a new TCI ignition system in place of the 2012 model’s CDI ignition, and a slightly larger gas tank (2.6 gallons versus 2.4 gallons on last year’s model). The 249cc air-cooled SOHC engine and five-speed transmission remains unchanged.Fri, 27 Dec 2013
For just $120,000, you too can be the owner of a special piece of motorcycling history. Up for grabs on eBay is the 1973 Yamaha TZ750 that started it all. Claimed by the current owner to be the test mule of none other than Kel Carruthers in 1973, this TZ carries the number #409-100001. Yamaha Works GP rider Sadeo Asami cared for the motorcycle for much of its racing life until it was returned to Yamaha USA where it was destined for the crusher.Fri, 30 May 2014
The 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season resumes this weekend with the Subway SuperBike Doubleheader at Road America, in Elkhart Lake, Wis., and all eyes will be on 21-year-old AMA Pro SuperBike rookie Cameron Beaubier on the No. 2 Monster Energy Graves Yamaha YZF-R1. Beaubier may be the new kid on the block, but he entered the season opener at Daytona International Speedway with high expectations.
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