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Used 2005 Yamaha Road Star 1700 For Sale on ns1.2040-motos

YearYear:0 MileageMileage:11

Hibbing, Minnesota

Hibbing, MN

Yamaha Road Star tech info


Yamaha Road Star description

Roadstar 1700 in TERRIFIC CONDITION! General info Model: 1700yr: Category:Custom and cruiser Engine and transmission Displacement:1670.00 Engine type:V2, four-stroke Compression:8.3:1 Bore x stroke:97.0 x 113.0 mm Fuel system:Carburetor Fuel control:OHV Cooling system: Air Gearbox:five gear Transmission type final drive:Belt Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels Frame type:Aluminum Front suspension:43mm Telescoping fork with adjustable preload and 5.5 ft travel Rear suspension:Single shock, link-type; 4.three feet travel Front brakes:Double disc Front brakes diameter:298 mm Rear brakes:Single disc Rear brakes diameter:320 mm Physical measures and capacities Seat height:709 mm If adjustable, lowest setting. Overall length:2,499 mm Wheelbase:1,689 mm Fuel capacity:20.06 litres FULL FINANCING, EXTENDED WARRANTIES, AND NATIONWIDE SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE!

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