Located in DFW. For Sale or Trade. 2005 Yamaha RoadStar 1700/102 ci, 27,XXX miles, new wide whitewall tires with about 1,000 miles on them. Tags are current with a good inspection til this time next year. Texas blue title in hand ready to go. Bike is super reliable, rode it home over 500 miles from south Louisiana the day I bought it, and have made several long trips on it in the last couple weeks with no issues. Bike is super comfortable and honestly rides and sounds better than most HDs.
-14" Junior Kong apes ($200)
-stainless braided extended brake line and clutch cable (also have an extra brake like that will be included for free) ($150 for all 3)
-Freedom Performance true dual fishtails ($800)
-Stage 1 jet kit ($125)
-Kuryakyn Hypercharger ($250)
-Mustang front with backrest, Mustang rear seat (not pictured, $700 for the set)
-Mustang studded rear fender bib ($40)
-Rear low profile grab bar (extremely hard/impossible to find for these bikes, usually go for about $200 if/when they do come up for sale)
-Sissy bar with studded backrest (so you can go solo or 2-up, about $250 with the new fender mounts)
-Yamaha factory silverado windshield ($160 for shield and $125 for mounts)
-Kuryakyn ISO grips ($30)
-Cobra highway light bar (old style, $250)
-Fuel pump relocated behind the side cover
-Choke relocated under the left side of seat
-Will also throw in a full cover with it
-Left rear turn bar is broken, but taped back on the bike and functions fine and isn't noticeable unless you're standing behind it (lol). Previous owner clipped it with his golf cart in the garage and never got around to fixing it. It doesn't bother me, so I didn't bother either. You can pick up a used light bar from eBay or one of the many RS forums for dirt cheap, usually around $25. I've just been riding too much to worry about it.
-Chrome is starting to flake on the highway light bar. I was planning on sanding it down and just repainting it, but I'll leave it like it is if you'd rather address it yourself and don't like my work.