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OWNER: bevo1981
Year: 2009
Make/Model: Yamaha V Star
Eng size: 950

Length of time to build: 2 years
And the story/inspiration/additional comments: the bike is a Texas theme. cracked bone wrapped in rusted barb wire.



Modifications:

PIAA headlight bulb
OEM bomber plates
Kuryakyn transformer grips
Kuryakyn brake pedal
Kuryakyn heel and toe shift covers
Kuryakyn curved/lighted side mount license w/custom bracket
Kuryakyn scythe mirrors
Cobra Fi2000r O2 fuel processor
LA Choppers XXX air kit
Vance & Hines pipes custom black ceramic
Pacific Coast Star lowering kit
Pacific Coast Star progressive spring
Mustang studded wide solo seat
Klock Werks hugger series Slicer model front fender
Radiantz LED rear turn signal and custom mount bracket
Mathias Airbrushing paint job
Texas Steelhorse Saddles seat job

Accessories:

OEM big bar engine guard
OEM luggage rack
BACK OFF brake modulator
Kuryakyn throttle boss
Kuryakyn transformer highway pegs
Kuryakyn power point
 

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the bike is a Texas theme. cracked bone wrapped in rusted barb wire.
That is a fine looking motorcycle. Definitely Texas!

Where is that photo taken? Looks like it might be in the Austin area. I'm from Houston, but I would ride my Stratoliner S to Austin to get a background like that.

Excellent bike, excellent photo. :)
 

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That is a fine looking motorcycle. Definitely Texas!

Where is that photo taken? Looks like it might be in the Austin area. I'm from Houston, but I would ride my Stratoliner S to Austin to get a background like that.

Excellent bike, excellent photo. :)
under the 360 bridge in Austin
 

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bevo1981,

Thanks for the location. Now I have to wait for the weather to cooperate. I couldn't survive a 350 mile round trip when the temperature is over 100 degrees.

Update: I found it on Google Map and discover I have ridden within spittin' distance everytime I take FM 2222 to Volante and Lime Creek Rd. I can't believe I missed this great photo op all these years.

 
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