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Yamaha XV 1700 Road Star Warrior

Make Model

Yamaha XV 1700PC Road Star Warrior

Year

2006 - 07

Engine

Four stroke, 48° V-Twin, OHV, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

1670 cc / 101.9 cu-in
Bore x Stroke97 x 113mm
Cooling SystemAir cooled
Compression Ratio 8.3:1
Lubrication Semi-dry sump

Induction

Twin-bore fuel injection (FI)

Ignition 

Electronic control unit (ECU) 
 Starting Electric

Max Power

62 kW / 84.3 hp  @ 4400 rpm

Max Torque

135 Nm / 99.5 lb-ft @ 3750 rpm

Transmission 

5 Speed 
Final Drive Belt

Front Suspension

41mm Kayaba inverted telescopic fork with
Front Wheel Trael 135 mm / 5.3 in

Rear Suspension

Link-type, preload and rebound adjustable single rear shock
Rear Wheel Travel 110 mm / 4.3 in

Front Brakes

2x 298 mm discs 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 282 mm disc 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR18

Rear Tyre

200/50 ZR17
Rake 29°
Trail 129.5 mm / 5.1 in
Dimensions Length 2385 mm / 93.9
Width 934.7 mm / 36.8
Height 1115 mm / 43.9
Wheelbase 1666.2 mm / 65.6 in
Seat Height715 mm / 28.1 in
Ground Clearance 155 mm / 6.1 in

Dry Weight

275. kg / 606.2 lbs
Wet Weight 298.4 kg / 658 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

15 Litres / 4.0 US gal

Consumption Average

38.3 mpg

Standing ¼ Mile  

12.7 sec / 103 mph

Feeling conflicted over whether you want the laid-back comfort of a cruiser or the exhilarating performance of a sport bike? Why not just have both?

The Road Star Warrior took the cruiser's low-end muscle and combined it with the handling and maneuverability of a sport bike. In fact, the suspension is derived from our championship-winning YZF-R1, and the engine is wrapped in a high-tech aluminum chassis. Whether you call the Warrior a power cruiser or a sport bike, you're going to want to call it your own.

Engine:

High-performance, air-cooled, long-stroke, OHV, 4 valves per cylinder, 48°, V-twin powerplant produces massive torque and strong acceleration.

Traditional pushrod valve actuation keeps engine height down for a lower centre of gravity and ensures more uniform heat dissipation due to absence of a cam chain case.

One-piece head cover adds rigidity around the rocker arms to provide great high rpm performance and efficient heat dissipation.

Four-valve, pent roof cylinder head design uses two spark plugs per cylinder for efficient combustion and great power delivery at all rpms.

Valve train includes short design intake and exhaust rocker arms that reduce inertia during high-rpm performance.

Twin, crankcase-mounted, high-lift cams ensure strong acceleration and horsepower.

Hydraulic valve lifters driven by twin camshafts deliver exceptional performance and lower maintenance requirements.

Large-diameter pistons feature durable and lightweight forged construction to accommodate higher-rpm performance with reduced vibration and less reciprocating mass.

Larger-bore ceramic composite-plated cylinders provide uniform heat dissipation, reduce weight, reduce friction and increase cylinder service life.

Cooling fin thickness is optimized for maximum heat dissipation, thereby eliminating the need for liquid cooling, maintaining that traditional clean, air-cooled engine appearance.

40mm, twin-bore, downdraft Nippon throttle body fuel injection (FI) with throttle position sensor (TPS) uses a high-capacity, twin-stage air cleaner system ensuring optimal fuel delivery, great throttle response and maximum power throughout the rev range.

State-of-the-art Electronic Control Unit (ECU) ensures precisely metered fuel delivery and optimal ignition spark control using 3D transistorized coil ignition mapping for each cylinder.

High-performance, 2-into-1-exhaust system features 38mm stainless steel header pipes and a massive muffler that boosts torque and horsepower while producing a throaty, V-twin growl.

Dry sump lubrication system means a more compact engine design because the oil tank is not part of the engine, which lowers the centre of gravity for great handling. A handy, spin-on oil filter means fast, easy oil changes.

Smooth-shifting, 5-speed transmission features close-ratio gearing for spine-tingling roll-on performance at all rpms.

Clean, quiet, low-maintenance belt drive system uses a special narrow design belt that reduces unsprung weight for great rear suspension performance.

Electric starting system features solenoid-activated auto-decompressor for fast, easy starting.

Air Induction System (AIS) injects fresh oxygen at the exhaust port to insure complete combustion thereby reducing harmful exhaust emissions (HC & CO) while a special air cut valve reduces backfiring when decelerating or coasting off throttle.

SUSPENSION:
Lightweight, aluminum, double-cradle frame increases rigidity by 40% (over standard Road Star frame) and offers tremendous strength and durability with minimal flex. This aluminum frame design is an industry-first for a cruiser-style motorcycle.

Incredible 38 degree lean angle ensures sporty handling (typical cruiser lean angles are approx. 30 ~ 33 degrees).

Sport bike inspired, aluminum, box section swingarm offers superb rigidity and a forward-mounted pivot point that ensures excellent stability, traction and handling. Another industry-first on a cruiser-type motorcycle!

Highly rigid, 8-way preload adjustable, 41mm Kayaba inverted fork offers 135mm (5.3") of wheel travel for exceptional sport-oriented handling.

Beefy, cast aluminum, top and bottom triple clamps help increase fork rigidity and reduce weight.

Link rear suspension features a preload and damping adjustable single rear shock delivering outstanding rear-wheel tracking for precise handling and plush ride quality. The shock is hidden to provide that classic "hardtail" look.

Rear shock adjustments include: spring preload and 18-way rebound damping.

Revised, dual 298mm front disc brakes feature new radial mounted, ultra rigid, 4-piston, monoblock calipers with fully floating rotors to provide sport-bike spec stopping power. Radial mounted calipers provide exceptional stopping power with great lever feel and feedback.

282mm rear disc brake with dual-piston caliper

All new "R-series" inspired lightweight 5-spoke mag wheels reduce weight and enhance handling qualities. The new mag wheels are fitted with tubeless 120/70-ZR18 front and a huge 200/50-ZR17 rear radial tires that provide awesome traction.

Two-piece seat design features a wide, flat profile for excellent rider comfort. The passenger seat features a flip at the rear of the seat providing a secure feeling for the passenger.

Powerful, 12V 60/55-watt, multi-reflector, halogen headlight

Totally trick, brushed aluminum, headlight-mounted digital tachometer also incorporates the odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel reserve tripmeter and clock.

Triple clamp-mounted, analog speedometer

New, beautiful braided steel throttle and clutch cables enhance that the Road Star's stylish custom look and image.

Features:

Industry-leading, Star Family fit and finish creates a machine as stunning as it is powerful.

Brilliant, highly visible, LED taillight

Sleek, easy to customize/paint real steel fenders

Stylish 3D Warrior emblem on fuel tank

Low-fuel warning light

Fork lock integrated into main ignition switch for extra convenience

The Road Star Warrior offers a significant level of power and performance. It is not intended for novice or inexperienced riders.

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Yamaha XV 1700PC Road Star Warrior

Make Model

Yamaha XV 1700PC Road Star Warrior

Year

2002 - 05

Engine

Four stroke, 48° V-Twin, OHV, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

1670 cc / 101.9 cu-in
Bore x Stroke97 x 113mm
Cooling SystemAir cooled
Compression Ratio 8.3:1
Lubrication Semi-dry sump

Induction

Twin-bore fuel injection (FI)

Ignition 

Electronic control unit (ECU) 
 Starting Electric

Max Power

62 kW / 84.3 hp  @ 4400 rpm

Max Torque

135 Nm / 99.5 lb-ft @ 3750 rpm

Transmission 

5 Speed 
Final Drive Belt

Front Suspension

41mm Kayaba inverted telescopic fork with
Front Wheel Trael 135 mm / 5.3 in

Rear Suspension

Link-type, preload and rebound adjustable single rear shock
Rear Wheel Travel 110 mm / 4.3 in

Front Brakes

2x 298 mm discs 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 282 mm disc 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre

120/70 ZR18

Rear Tyre

200/50 ZR17
Rake 29°
Trail 129.5 mm / 5.1 in
Dimensions Length 2385 mm / 93.9
Width 934.7 mm / 36.8
Height 1115 mm / 43.9
Wheelbase 1666.2 mm / 65.6 in
Seat Height715 mm / 28.1 in
Ground Clearance 155 mm / 6.1 in

Dry Weight

275. kg / 606.2 lbs
Wet Weight 298.4 kg / 658 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

15 Litres / 4.0 US gal

Consumption Average

38.3 mpg

Standing ¼ Mile  

12.7 sec / 103 mph

Make a two-wheeled statement

Drum roll please. Ok, now bring in the 2005 Road Star Warrior. Part modern-day muscle bike, part cruiser from a bygone era, the Warrior roars in as the hot rod of the new milenium. Imagine 102 cubic inches of pushrod V-Twin rumbling inside an aluminum frame with YZF-R1-derived suspension. Wrap it in stunning Star fit and finish, and you’ve got the Road Star Warrior. Precision Performance.
 

The Road Star Warrior®
Is the Warrior a cruiser or a sportbike? The answer is yes.

Yes, that's a pushrod, air-cooled, fuel injected, 102 cubic inch (1670cc) V-twin -- that'll blow your socks clean off.

You'll appreciate the Warrior's superior power-to-weight ratio when you dump the clutch and that 200-section rear tire hooks up. When underway, you'll also appreciate that the Warrior was designed to stop and turn like a sportbike.

The Warrior features...

• A lightweight aluminum frame
• 41mm inverted fork
• Monoblock brake calipers
• Sticky performance tires
• Three-spoke alloy wheels
• Ergo-friendly rider and passenger foot peg location
• Comfortable 2-piece seat
• New, 3D tank emblem
• Clear turn signal lenses

The Road Star Midnight Warrior version has black paint, distinctive trim and appointments throughout.

One ride and you'll know why Motorcyclist Magazine said, "It stops and turns and soaks up the bumps better than anything else in cruiserdom." No other bike feels, looks, or sounds like the Warrior.

Total performance. Total Warrior. Road Star Warrior.

Features

New for 2005
New, 3D tank emblem reflects nicely upon bad-to-the-bone paint schemes.

Road Star Midnight Warrior version has black paint, distinctive trim and appointments throughout.

Clear turn signal lenses provide a custom, high-visibility touch.


Engine:
The industry standard for V-twin excellence features 102 cubic-inch (1670cc) displacement, pumping out incredible, asphalt-ripping low-rpm torque and acceleration!

Air-cooled, long-stroke, OHV, 48° cylinders with pushrod valve actuation keeps engine height down and ensures more uniform heat dissipation due to absence of a cam chain case.

Large-bore cylinder features cylinder head with large cooling fins, ceramic composite bore plating and a one-piece head cover (for rigidity around the rocker arm) to provide more efficient heat dissipation.

Four-valve cylinder head design uses two spark plugs per cylinder for efficient combustion and more power at all RPM.

Valvetrain includes intake and exhaust rocker arms that reduce inertia during high-rpm performance and higher-lift cams for increased horsepower.

Hydraulic valve lifters driven by twin camshafts deliver exceptional performance and lower maintenance needs.

Pistons feature durable and lightweight forged construction to accommodate higher-RPM performance with reduced vibration and less reciprocating mass.

Rare earth flywheel magnet for faster-revving power delivery and increased high-RPM durability.

Twin-bore fuel injection (FI) with throttle position sensor (TPS), aspirated by free-breathing twin air cleaner system, ensures optimal fuel delivery, great throttle response and maximum power throughout the rev range.

State-of-the-art electronic control unit (ECU) ensures precisely metered fuel delivery and optimal ignition spark control using 3-D digital CD ignition mapping for each cylinder.

High-performance 2-into-1 exhaust system features stainless steel headers and a massive muffler that boosts horsepower while putting out a throaty V-twin growl.

Dry sump lubrication system uses a handy spin-on filter.

Smooth-shifting 5-speed transmission features close-ratio gearing for excellent roll-on performance at all RPM.

Smooth, low-maintenance belt drive system has a narrow-design belt that reduces unsprung weight for improved rear suspension performance.

Electric starting system features solenoid-activated auto-decompressor for easy starting.

SUSPENSION:
Specially designed, class-exclusive, aluminum double-cradle frame increases rigidity by 41% (over standard Road Star frame) and offers tremendous strength and durability with minimal flex.

Aluminum swingarm, born from R1 heritage, offers superb rigidity.

Highly rigid, R1-derived 41mm Kayaba inverted telescopic fork with 5.3 inches of travel for exceptional sport-oriented performance.

Beefy cast-aluminum top and bottom triple clamps help increase fork rigidity.

Link-type, preload and rebound adjustable single rear shock delivers outstanding rear-wheel tracking for precise handling and plush ride quality

Dual 298mm front disc brakes, born from R1 heritage, feature one-piece 4-piston calipers with fully floating rotors and 282mm rear disc brake with single-piston caliper combine for incredible, supersport-spec stopping power.

Lightweight, cast-aluminum 3-spoke wheels wear low-profile, competition-spec 120/70-ZR18 front and an industry-largest 200/50-ZR17 rear radial for awesome, launching-off-the-line traction and cornering grip.

Extra-long, 65.6-inch wheelbase and deep, plush saddle create long and low center of gravity, added rider comfort and well-balanced handling.

Wide, swept-back, 1-inch-diameter, rubber-mounted handlebars are easy to reach and reduce vibration to minimize fatigue.


Additional Features:
Industry-leading Star Family fit and finish features lustrous paint and chrome accents (air cleaner, air scoop, mirrors and more) to create a machine as stunning as it is powerful.

2-piece saddle is wide and flat for excellent comfort.

Totally trick digital headlight-mounted tachometer, odometer and dual tripmeters with triple clamp- mounted analog speedometer.

Trick, LED taillight provides excellent visibility and very sano look.

Steel fenders combine timeless styling with sleek, aerodynamic profile.

Extra-wide, 4.0-gallon fuel tank features low-fuel warning light and R1-type automatic tripmeter.

Fork lock integrated into main ignition switch for extra convenience.

Powerful 12V 60/55-watt multireflector halogen headlight maximizes nighttime visibility and comes with beautiful chrome finish.

 

 

 

 

 

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2009 - 2010

The 2010 MY Road Star Midnight Warrior is a truly intimidating presence. As if the base model Warrior was not already a frightening machine, with its superbike-power cruiser hybrid looks, the Midnight trim introduces a menacing all-black livery majestically complemented by golden accents. The gold-colored rims, caliper piston covers and forks add a sublime elegant note to the Warrior, introdu...

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2009 - 2010

Sporting only minor revisions over the previous version, the 2010 MY Road Star Warrior retains the same amazing character of a street brawler born from a sport bike and a power cruiser. Powered by the proven injected 1670cc air-cooled v-twin and boasting a sport bike-derived frame, the Road Star Warrior is equipped with brakes inspired by the might YZF-R1 superbike, and this spells impeccable pe...

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2008 - 2009

You know the Star drill: if a bike is highly popular, then it will receive a Midnight trim, and the 2009 MY Warrior does not stray from the path. Building on the fearsome 1670cc injected v-twin platform, the midnight Warrior boasts the same USD forks with radial calipers, light allow rims and a huge sport bike exhaust. The graphics evolved to a two-tone job, with red accents and red rim strip...

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2008 - 2009

The 2009 MY Road Star Warrior is a great choice for those who loved the MT-01 but who are looking for a bit more cruiser DNA for their dream ride. The Warrior stays true to the philosophy which led to some of the most spectacular muscle bikes around: mix sportbike-derived technologies and a brawny cruiser engine, then try to hold on to the bars. The 2009 Warrior brings forth sporty cast wheel...

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2007 - 2008

The Midnight trim introduces a darkened livery for the 2008 MY Warrior, retaining all the tech characteristics of this amazing roadster. YZF-R1-derived suspensions, sport bike-inspired brakes, a high-tech aluminium frame and a might 1670cc air-cooled v-twin engine are complemented by a huge 2-into-1 exhaust and sporty ergonomics. Still a cruiser, the Road Star Midnight Warrior is equally usea...

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2007 - 2008

High-performance cruisers are an unique breed of bikes, and the 2008 MY Yamaha Road Star Warrior is showing the world how it's done. The spirit of a superbike in the body of a roadster, the Road Star Warrior is a bike you either love or hate. It packs a merciless 1670cc air-cooled v-twin with looks to match, a low seat, ample bars, and an aggressive dragster profile to avoid mistaking this ...

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2006 - 2007

The 2006 Road Star Midnight Warrior looks so fearsome that we'd almost say it's the bike that chooses the rider and not the other way around. Packing the same blistering performance like the base model, the Midnight Warrior cashes in major style points with its unforgiving, glossy black livery, with minimalist chrome accent. Almost a completely darkened machine, the 2006 Road Star Midn...

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2006 - 2007

Cruiser looks with rich chrome elements and superbike-class performance is definitely one thing you don't run into everyday. That is, unless you actually own a bike like the 2006 Road Star Warrior. A hotrodded cruiser down to the last nut and bolt, this Warrior packs a 1670cc displacement with torque on tap and plenty of passing power in almost any scenario. The forward controls and the ...

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2005 - 2006

There is something cooler than the aggressive lines of the Road Star Warrior in Star Motorcycles' line-up, and its name is the Road Star Midnight Warrior. The 2005 Midnight edition of the Warrior comes dressed in an all-black livery with very few parts which have escaped the darkened change. They are the exhaust end cap, folk legs, headlight bezel and the polished engine fins. The rest i...

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2005 - 2006

The 2005 Road Star Warrior develops new ways to define the concept of "evil, menacing bike", and carries on the acclaimed roadster heritage. With a solid dose of sport bike DNA added to the dragster-ish cruiser mix, the new Warrior packs steel braided lines, chunky 5-spoke cast wheels, a low and aggressive seat, a true sportsbike exhaust and plenty of mean styling. Impeccable Star f...

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2004 - 2005

The 2004 Road Star Warrior inspires at least a very deep respect, if not even fear. Compact yet massive and being a presence impossible to miss on the road, as well as in the parking lot, this machine is not designed for the meek. It packs all the nerve Yamaha's 1670cc v-twin engine can harness, while the overall styling is as mean as it gets. A roadster riding position, aggressive sport bi...

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2003 - 2004

The name of the 2003 Road Star Warrior is not deceiving the looks and the feeling. If you've been looking for a really evil v-twin cruiser, here's more than you bargained for, a bike with a huge amount of dragster DNA in its every cell. Low, mean and boasting looks that could kill, the Road Star Warrior proudly rolls with cast wheels, a skinny front tire and an even skinnier front fend...

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2002 - 2003

Yamaha could hardly find a better name for the 2002 Road Star Warrior, as this machine epitomizes street aggression, combined with classic design cues in a modern interpretation. Low and mean, this dragster comes with new, cast wheels and sporty tires, a huge 2-in-1 exhaust which looks like it was borrowed from the superbike series, and tons of attitude. If big-bore dragsters are your thing, ...

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YAMAHA WARRIOR 1700 SOUND MEAN EXHAUST SOUND

Here's What You Need To Know Before Buying A Yamaha Warrior 1700

Yamaha is typically known in the motorcycle world for Supersports and liter-class machines. Although venturing into making cruiser bikes, Yamaha lost track despite a promising lineup. One of their most noticeable creations was the Road Star Warrior 1700.

Though the name seems to be a rip-off of the term ‘Roadster’, the bike was by no means a phony. In fact, the Warrior 1700 was one of the more sought-after power cruisers available at the time. Being a successor to the XV1600 Road Star, the Warrior 1700 had significant changes that made it modern while maintaining a retro vibe.

The Warrior 1700 had a sophisticated chassis that was quite uncommon for a cruiser. As you may know, the Warrior represented Yamaha’s engineering marvel and in many ways was quite ahead of its time; the tubular chassis, high-performance suspension, and brakes based off of the flagship R1 all made it a promising package.

Fast forward a few years and the Yamaha Warrior 1700 is a rare sight on the roads with prices creeping every passing day. The Warrior 1700 with its thumping V-twin 1670 cc motor made a lasting impression among enthusiasts. Let’s go around the ins and outs of Yamaha’s power cruiser.

What Powered the Warrior 1700

Yamaha took to the effort of revamping the old 1602 cc unit of the XV1600. For starters, Yamaha bored the unit to 1670 cc and decided to dump it between the newly designed frame. The engine is an air-cooled old-school pushrod V-twin mated to a slick 5-speed gearbox with belt-drive; true cruiser credentials. Power stands at 84.3 horsepower and a whopping 99.5 lb-ft of torque; a 15% increase in power and 8% in torque over the XV1600.

The Warrior 1700’s engine saw incremental upgrades like 2mm larger pistons, revised header, new cam profiles, revamped exhaust, and a new airbox. Thanks to all this, the engine now gets more grunt and a 5700 rpm redline as opposed to 4200 rpm of the XV1600’s mill.

RELATED: This Is The Fastest Yamaha

The Good

The Warrior 1700 is by no means a slouch, ripping the quarter-mile sprint in 12.71 seconds. The adoption of an aluminum frame has helped reduce weight by 71 pounds over the XV1600. Moreover, the Warrior employs Kayaba 41 mm upside-down forks lifted from the R1 with all adjustments except spring preload.

The chassis is the best you’ll find in any cruiser, period. With the wide handlebar, there is plenty of leverage to create light steering response, which makes the Warrior very handy in low-speed corners, tight traffic, and crowded parking lots.

The ride is effortless with pegs set forward and the relaxed seating position. In addition to that, with its torquey motor and long wheelbase, the Warrior carries speed with utmost stability. Though spirited riding is never really the concern with cruisers, Warrior has it covered even if you have a slippery right hand.

Being a Japanese power cruiser, one of the important things to note is the reliability on offer; things don’t break as frequently as compared to Italians. With a growly engine note and performance bike levels of handling, the Warrior 1700 will most certainly deliver more kinetic thrills per mile.

RELATED: Yamaha Cranks Out 2021 YZ450F Monster Energy Racing Edition

The Bad

It’s good to touch on some of the niggles that cruisers are riddled with. Though the Warrior has a fair share of pros, it does come with a few shortcomings. Chief among which is the ridiculously designed two-to-one exhaust which stands out like a sore thumb; quick fix, get an aftermarket unit. Secondly, the seats are not the comfiest and nor is it the most spacious if you’re riding two-up. The lack of a 6th gear can be frustrating when you’re cruising along the motorway.

If you intend on doing long journeys, it’s advised to get a windshield upfront for better air resistance. Some riders did complain about the stock handlebar being awkwardly placed and if you feel you’re one among them, get an aftermarket swap. Being a high compression engine, the Warrior can have a delay in startup, much like Harleys. Though it usually happens when fitted with aftermarket free-flow exhausts, it can be fixed by an ECU re-map.

Another important thing to touch on is the availability of spares, since Yamaha stopped making them around 2012, not a lot of dealers would have spares available. It’s better to consult a specialist when it comes to bikes like these as they might hook you up with places that have them.

As Rare As Hen's Teeth

While this may seem an exaggeration, not a lot of Warrior 1700s are there which are mint, or at least stock. Even though there were different iterations of the Road Star Warrior, it’s quite hard to get your hands on one.

Even if you managed to get one, you may have to cough up a premium given that most of them are selling at around $5,000- $8,000. According to Cycletrader.com, there are plenty of ‘03-’05 Warrior 1700s in the market for under $4,000, but it’s always better to go for the later models since they’re better sorted.

Sources: Visordown.com, Motorcyclecruiser.com, youtube.com

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Yamaha : Road Star Yamaha Road Star Warrior 1700 cc under bluebook, lots of extras, fast & gorgeous

Yamaha : Road Star Yamaha Road Star Warrior 1700 cc under bluebook, lots of extras, fast & gorgeous

$4,500

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine 1670

Posted Over 1 Month

Let me start off by saying this bike is probably not for first time riders, but it IS badass. It's a sport cruiser designed by Yamaha for speed (and comfort) but mostly speed. It's a crotch rocket in a cruiser body, with many frame and design elements borrowed from Yamaha's famous R1. It's a beautiful bike. I'm the third owner. It has 22k miles which are mostly highway because it was owned for 8 years by the previous owner who lived out in the country. It rides beautifully and has been meticulously maintained, always garage kept. I just took it down the shore to Wildwood and back, rode like a dream, seat is very comfortable.It's a 1700 cc (1670 to be exact) 5 spd transmission, belt driven, monster. The first time I ever let go of the clutch in first, the front tire jumped off the ground. But it's extremely stable and takes corners beautifully. Has a 200 width tire on the back which is stock, so it grabs the pavement nicely. Oil has always been changed on time and has no noticeable scratches. The blue book is over $5200 (see pic) and that doesn't include all the extras. The stock seat pops right off with the turn of a key, and the wheels have been powder coated a nice charcoal grey to match the flames under the clear coat. It's a subtle, stock paint job that looks great in the sun and it's held up wonderfully. I keep it very clean. Some of the tasteful extras are adjustable suspension in the back, powder coated wheels, hub, carrier, pulley, and belt guards, power commander 3, heat wrapped and silicone sprayed Vance and Hines big shot exhaust (bike sounds amazing), pullback handle bars, VBAK big air kit, clear turn signals, clear brake light, Kuryakyn ISO grips, Kuryakyn peg adapters and ISO pegs, forward controls (but not uncomfortably forward just 3"), braided stainless steel rear brake line, Chin spoiler, and there's more. The bike also has new rear brake job and a new rear tire with only a couple hundred miles on it. Time for an oil change is coming up, I already have the K&N oil filter for you and a quart of synthetic, so you'll just need some more oil. Inspection ran out in June, but it will easily pass. If you don't know anything about these bikes, do some research. They are rare; you don't see a lot of them on the road, and they keep right up with the Honda VTX 1800 only they ride better, look better, and feel better. Lots of aftermarket parts available too. Has a digital tach and traditional speedo, both of which light up in a brilliant blue you can see at night. Title is clear. Let me be clear. I LOVE this bike. I am ONLY selling it because I need the money. I might be a bit flexible on price, but do NOT lowball or waste my time and there are no joyrides. If you're an experienced, insured, licensed kinda guy, you may take it for a spin. Don't be afraid to make me an offer, cash talks. But don't even come look at it if you don't have the cash. Title is clear and there's a few more months to ride before the snow, so shoot me a text or give me a call. Name is Jon. 215.888.5129. Thanks.Not a Shadow, VStar, V-Star, Harley Davidson, Victory, Ninja, GSXR, Boulevard, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Gold Wing, Valkyrie, R1, V-Twin, Night Rod, Hammer, Magna, VMAX, Triumph

Trim Warrior

Yamaha : Road Star 2005 yamaha roadstar warrior 1700 cc stock parts removed are included

Yamaha : Road Star 2005 yamaha roadstar warrior 1700 cc stock parts removed are included

$4,200

Ashburn, Virginia

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine 1670

Posted Over 1 Month

Bike is in great running condition and has no mechanical defects. Oil change and Rear rotor / pads replaced less then 300 miles ago. Bike has been modded and ALL stock parts are included in sale price. A lot of love and patience went into the modifications, unfortunately due to finances need to sell. Any pictures or videos requested can be provided. Mods include: Drag handle bars, Harley Davidson style Handle bar levers and front master cylinder, Power Commander III, relocated ignition switch, Custom 2 into 2 Shorty exhaust, Big Air Kit (BAK) , Relocated rectifier, Relocated and upgraded Ignition Coils, Internal handle bar Wiring with stainless steel casing.

Trim Warrior

Yamaha : Road Star 2008 yamaha roadstar warrior black raked external air intake 1700 cc s

Yamaha : Road Star 2008 yamaha roadstar warrior black raked external air intake 1700 cc s

$5,500

Memphis, Tennessee

Category Cruiser Boats

Engine 1700

Posted Over 1 Month

The bike is in flawless condition. It has a rebuilt engine with under 3000 mile on it. This bike is my baby but I have another now and need to make room. It has aftermarket handlebars and hand grips, Vance and Hines Performance Pipes, Control extensions, Power Commander, External Air Intake. She is a beast. Very fast!

Trim Warrior

Yamaha : Road Star 2007 yamaha road star warrior

Yamaha : Road Star 2007 yamaha road star warrior

$6,500

Miami, Florida

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine 1700

Posted Over 1 Month

I AM SELLING MY PERSONAL BIKE A 2007 YAMAHA ROAD STAR WARRIOR WITH LOW MILES. I HAVE A CLEAN TITLE IN HAND READY TO SELL. REASON WHY I AM SELLING IS BECAUSE MY WIFE AND I HAVE A 4 MONTH OLD BABY AND I JUST DO NOT HAVE THE TIME TO USE IT ANYMORE. IT RIDES GREAT AND HAS ALOT OF POWER, 1700 CC WITH VANS&HINES EXHAUST PIPES AND A POWER COMANDER. KROME HANDLE BARS, TIRES ARE STILL HAVE 90 % OF THREAD ON THEM. PLEASE SERIOUSE BUYERS , I WILL LIKE TO SELL IT LOCALY BUT I WILL SHIP IF THE BUYER WANTS TO PAY FOR THE COST.

Trim WARRIOR

2007 Yamaha Road Star WARRIOR

2007 Yamaha Road Star WARRIOR

$7,000

Miami, Florida

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2007 Yamaha Road Star WARRIOR, I AM SELLING MY BIKE 2007 YAMAHA ROADSTAR WARRIOR 1700 CC WITH CLEAN TITLE IN HAND. IS IN GREAT CONDITIONS AND IT HAS 3770 MILES DRIVEN. BETTER MILEAGE THAN MOST MOTORCYCLES SELLING NOW FOR THE SAME YEAR. IT HAS CUSTOM VANCE&HINES EXHAUST PIPES AND CUSTOM HANDLE CHROME HANDLE BAR. BELT DRIVE WITH AIR COOL ENGINE. THIS IS A GREAT MOTORCYCLES AND IT RIDES PERFECT. THE REASON WHY I AM SELLING IS BECAUSE I JUST HAD A BABY AND NOT RIDING AS OFTEN. THE BIKE WILL COME WITH A COVER TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT. CALL JORGE for more information at 786-217-7876 $7,000.00 7862177876

Trim WARRIOR

Yamaha : Road Star 2008 yamaha road star warrior w extras mint only 3800 miles 1700 cc xv 1700

Yamaha : Road Star 2008 yamaha road star warrior w extras mint only 3800 miles 1700 cc xv 1700

$7,350

Jacksonville, Florida

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Absolutely Gorgeous 2008 Yamaha Road Star Warrior 1700ccOnly 3,860 miles It was bought new off the showroom floor on 9/2011. actually making it less then 4 years old!! Always Garaged , Never seen rain. EXCELLENT CONDITION - LIKE NEW. PERFECT. Beautiful Deep Red Metallic With over $2000 worth of extras:You won't find another Warrior in this condition with this many aftermarket parts for this price. Aftermarket Parts Include: - Vance & Hines Big Shots Chrome Exhaust System - COBRA PowerPro Tuner - Original Yamaha Lower Cowl- Original Yamaha Tach Cowl Cover - Kuryakyn Trident Dually ISO Foot Pegs - Kuryakyn Front LED Turn Signals- K&N Air Filters- Memphis Shades Big Shot Windsheild "Yamaha attacks the muscle twin class with a bored-out, hopped-up air-cooled engine, an aluminum frame, and sportbike suspension and brakes" February 2002 issue of _ Motorcycle Cruiser _ magazine. FEEL FREE TO CALL OR TEXT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS ERIC 904-333-7840

Trim XV1700 Warrior

Yamaha Road Star Midnight Warrior 1700cc

Yamaha Road Star Midnight Warrior 1700cc

$3,600

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

What are you looking for in a ride? Classic cruising or sport bike excitement? Get both in one motorcycle - the Road Star Midnight Warrior. It combines the best of both riding experiences in one bike. The Road Star Midnight Warrior took the cruiser's low-end muscle and combined it with the handling and maneuverability of a sport bike. In fact, the suspension is derived from our championship-bred YZF-R1, and the engine is wrapped in a high-tech aluminum chassis.

Yamaha Road Star Midnight Warrior 1700cc

Yamaha Road Star Midnight Warrior 1700cc

$3,600

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

What are you looking for in a ride? Classic cruising or sport bike excitement? Get both in one motorcycle - the Road Star Midnight Warrior. It combines the best of both riding experiences in one bike. The Road Star Midnight Warrior took the cruiser's low-end muscle and combined it with the handling and maneuverability of a sport bike. In fact, the suspension is derived from our championship-bred YZF-R1, and the engine is wrapped in a high-tech aluminum chassis.

Yamaha : Other 2003 yamaha warrior 1700 cc 102 cu

Yamaha : Other 2003 yamaha warrior 1700 cc 102 cu

$5,700

Frederick, Maryland

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Engine 1700

Posted Over 1 Month

This is one **amazing** bike. Fast, furious, with a [email protected]$$ paint job, tons of upgrades and custom work. You will NOT find a bike like this at a dealership. This is a beautiful customized baby who has been spoiled rotten, but her daddy needs to find her a new home. The paint job, if you look closely, is skulls inside black and red flames. The LED red effects lighting is amazing at night; like the whole thing is on fire, and helps you be visible to other drivers. Some of the features and upgrades include: Power commander 3 Vance n Hines 2-into-2 big bore T-bar drag handles Red LED light effects all over Lowered to 28" at seat Powder coated rims Kuryakan grips All wires run through handlebars Amazing skull and flames custom paint by Ershkins in Brunswick MD

Yamaha : Road Star 2002 Yamaha Roadstar Warrior 1700cc

Yamaha : Road Star 2002 Yamaha Roadstar Warrior 1700cc

$4,500

Van Nuys, California

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

2002 BAAD ASS Yamaha Roadstar Warrior 1700cc, only 24,000 pampered miles, In beautiful condition, garage kept, Mustang touring saddle and full pass saddle with back rest (super comfy), Corbin sport seat(not pictured), custom straight pipes, Custom rear pegs, Switch blade front pegs, Black spike air filter, and lots of other extras! New Front and Back tires! Pastidip metallic black, original paint is red underneath. Runs and Handles Like a DREAM! This bike is for riding and it is very fast! Asking $4,500 SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!

Yamaha : Road Star 2002 yamaha roadstar warrior 1700 cc

Yamaha : Road Star 2002 yamaha roadstar warrior 1700 cc

$4,699

Davenport, Florida

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Hi there! For sale is my lovely 2002 Yamaha Warrior with 20400 miles on it. It has Cobra pipes,Corbin leather seat,foot rest extension,sissy bar,Chrome wheels and fender eliminator. This bike is in excellent condition. Front tire is pretty new and rear tire still got some good miles to go. No scratch on paint. Small white weather spots on forks due to aging. Bike looks awesome and sounds amazing. Thanks for looking. Clean title in hand.The price is not negotiable! Dare you to find this baby in this condition and for this price! Text 774-262-2024

Yamaha : Road Star 2002 Yamaha RoadStar Warrior 1700cc

Yamaha : Road Star 2002 Yamaha RoadStar Warrior 1700cc

$4,800

Davenport, Florida

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Hi there! For sale is my lovely 2002 Yamaha Warrior with 20400 miles on it. It has Cobra pipes,Corbin leather seat,foot rest extension,sissy bar,Chrome wheels and fender eliminator. This bike is in excellent condition. Front tire is pretty new and rear tire still got some good miles to go. No scratch on paint. Small white weather spots on forks due to aging. Bike looks awesome and sounds amazing. Thanks for looking. Clean title in hand.The price is not negotiable! Dare you to find this baby in this condition and for this price!

Yamaha road star warrior 1700cc low miles

Yamaha road star warrior 1700cc low miles

$3,995

Byhalia, Mississippi

Category -

Engine -

Posted Over 1 Month

Yamaha road star warrior 1700cc. Low miles 9,050. Blue with flames. Awesome bike. Excellent condition.  (  ( price lowered ) (no haggle price is $3,995 cash firm). Don't ask if I'll take less answer is no.  Price is very low.

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