2010 Star Road Star Silverado motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Yamaha Road Star Silverado S


year: 2010 Star price: $14,590 air-cooled 48° V-twin; pushrod 4 valves/cylinder Transmission: 5-speed, multiplate wet clutch Horsepower @ 87.1 hp @ 4,700 rpm Torque @ 107.2 lb-ft @ 2,200 rpm Fuel injection Displacement: L Top Speed: 120 mph

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on 11.30.2009 09:30 by Maxx

The 2010 Star Road Silverado and Silverado S are ready for the haul and don’t mind everyone notice this Packed with floating a tall windscreen passenger as well as with hard-shell the Silverados are comfortable and offer loading capacity.


is all about getting as much out of any model, so they diversify lineup in various ways on the potential of different models. So from the classic Road and Road Star S, they virtually the same bikes bolted on touring accessories and new schemes called Road Silverado and Road Star S.

Because at their base bikes are all the same, they get the fuel-injected 102-cubic-inch air-cooled, OHV 48-degree V-twin motor, that the five-speed transmission 5th gear overdrive for greater performance and low fuel consumption. The Star Silverado averages a 36 mpg and has a gallons tank, so it achieves range for those long Riding comfort is enhanced by a shifter that comes on both models and we reckon the seats, backrest and pullback really talk for themselves.

The is solid-mounted to the steel double-cradle but you’ll be still benefiting of a ride as there are no harsh transmitted through the handlebars, or seat. Also, those forks offer 5.5 inches of and the rear shock is capable of 4.3 of travel, which is good for speed bumps and bad roads.

Fully loaded and carrying rider and passenger, the Silverado up being a seriously packed that demands plenty of power, especially for emergency And it is provided with by the four-piston with aluminum pistons and brake pads actuating on 298mm front discs and rear disc.

Yamaha Star Stratoliner History

Suzuki performs the same tricks on their 2009 C109RT. The bike is basically a up C109R painted differently and looks like a veritable In this case, we’re with leather saddlebags, seats and backrest as well as a tall windscreen.

The engine is liquid-cooled (unlike air-cooled unit) and slightly in displacement 108.8-cubic-inches of V-twin. the Suzuki weighs 885 lbs, so the of the two bikes are similar, though the aren’t as the 2009 C109RT has a suggested retail price.

not forget about the Honda which is refinement itself and the price stands precisely for The engine backing it up is a 1,795cc, 52-degree V-twin that is fuel-injected. Like on the Suzuki, a shaft final drive for reliability and the touring goodies saddlebags and windscreen).


Japanese Tourers powered by 100-cubic-inch engines, the standard Star Silverado blends in as it too features classic design, a lot of and tall screen, studded backrest, but also leather There is pair of 16-inch spoked wheels giving it a classy touch, while the fit and is incontestably top notch. Pearl painted, this ride is to shine under the Californian

Star also produces the Star Silverado S and the 2010 year not only distinguishes to the Candy Red paintjob, but also due to the sidebags and non studded seats. the “S” model rides on a of 9-spoke cast wheels really look like the choice for it.

The details make all the and in this case, both models feature floorboars for the passenger. This feature comfort and raises the standards of the

Yamaha Road Star Silverado S
Yamaha Road Star Silverado S

With great accommodations and to details, the Stratoliners really as unmistakably beautiful and never old tourers with almost in common and yet different looks.

Yamaha Road Star Test Ride


motorcycles also stand in their class as they competitive starting prices seem like having to do with the actual products. At for the 2010 Star Road Silverado and $15,190 for the 2010 S, you really get a lot of bike for the money in particular case.


a facile transformation from into Touring, Star to exploit their Road capabilities into a whole new but so do the other Japanese builders and as good at it as Star. So what the difference? It all consists in each engine reliability and performance, quality, comfort as well as fit and

All these are top notch on the Star Star Silverado models and the are the decent prices.


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Yamaha Road Star Silverado S


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