2004 Yamaha Road Star Silverado, already set up for cruising. several small additional improvements and add ons already done to this bike on top of the Silverado saddle bags, faring etc. The 102 cubic inch engine has more than enough power to give a good ride to 2 \"American sized\" riders on board, and can really be a blast when riding solo.
Metzeler Marathon tires, brand new rear tire (mounted 8/2016, about 300 miles on it - have receipts)
Vance & Hines Long Shot exhaust (comes with a set of Cobra pipes too)
Harley Davidson passing lights (comes with parts to return to stock)
Dynatec Dyna 3000 performance ignition (comes with original)
Progressive rear spring upgrade
SS braided brake lines
Highway pegs - passenger footboards
Great bike with a feel/size of a big HD without the price - similar to a Heritage Softtail - with the power for fun 2 up riding. It does seem to need a decompression solenoid, but I have just been running it manually to start. Other than that, I\'ve put 10,000 trouble free miles on this bike in the last 4 years.
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