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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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Hello all looking at buying a yamaha I am from nh
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Welcome to the forum Jeff. Tell us more about yourself. What are you looking for in a bike, size etc. Are you a newbie rider or a seasoned veteran that has been away for a while? What do you think of the 50 minus 1 VS the big black birds? Me thinks the black birds will take it

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I have had a variety of motorcycles I have logged a ton of miles. I have had kawasaki's Hondas and recently sold a harley I have narrowed down to a roadliner s (2006) or a Road star ( 2005) . I am drawn to the yamaha's styling, I am tired of the harley snob attitude. I had more fun and still do with my Honda friends. I just can't make my mind up which yamaha

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A friend of mine has a roadstar and she loves it. After riding with her a few times I'm looking at one also but I have a few loose ends to deal with first. both bikes are real nice looking and have tons of power. Best of luck with your decision making.

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post #5 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-03-2013, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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The roadstar has 30 k on it the roadliner has 7300 ,lies on it should. Be scared of milage
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howdy. 30K miles may seem like a lot for a bike, but what's more important is how well it's been maintained. these engines should last at least 75K-100K miles easy if properly maintained. find out all you can about it's service schedule/history

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I bought a 2006 Roadliner S can't wait to ride it
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