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2006 Yamaha Road Star on 2040-motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:29562 ColorColor: Candy Apple Red

Lecanto, Florida

Lecanto, FL
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Yamaha Road Star tech info

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Yamaha Road Star description

2006 Yamaha Road Star, Road Star - 2006 Yamaha Road Star, The 2006 Road Star sets the standard in big twin performance and style. At the heart of this machine is a massive, air-cooled 1670 cm V-Twin that pumps out an awesome amount of piston pounding torque. But The Roadie is more than just muscle. Legendary Star styling and attention to detail make it a rolling piece of art that you'll be proud to ride. All new, 2-piece heel-and-toe shifter adds versatility and enhances the overall cruising experience. This new 2-piece design allows the rider to individually adjust front and rear portions to suit foot size or remove the rear section if not desired, Full-size, floating-type rider floorboards are roomy and comfortably positioned while also helping reduce vibration. Spacious ergonomics provide ample legroom, which maximizes rider comfort. Separate rider and passenger seats provide lots of support and comfort. Wide, swept-back, 1 -diameter, rubber-mounted handlebars are easy to reach and help to reduce vibration on the rider's hands. New, beautiful braided steel thrGorgeous Candy Apple Red and Low Mileage are just a few of the reasons you'll love this 2006 Yamaha Road Star. It looks like it is Brand New! The previous owner kept this bike in impeccable condition and you will reap the rewards of that. This one will go quick so hurry over here to check it out! You'll be sorry if you miss it at this price!

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