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RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha VStar 1100 Custom view listing

5.0
I have better pictures and a video if you want to see more. This bike has 9700 miles on it and is an amazing motorcycle I live in Aiken South Carolina if you’d like to see it. I trailed this bike from York Pa where it was purchased from the original... read more
I have better pictures and a video if you want to see more. This bike has 9700 miles on it and is an amazing motorcycle I live in Aiken South Carolina if you’d like to see it. I trailed this bike from York Pa where it was purchased from the original owner
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Reviewed on September 25, 2023

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha VStar 1100 view listing

4.8
Found a 2005 v star 1100 and pick it up for $1200. The couple didn't ride any more and were happy to see it go. Ended up selling it for $2900 just a couple weeks later. It was a great bike, but I didn't really think it was for me. Just a year later, since I had $$, I started looking for another... read more
Found a 2005 v star 1100 and pick it up for $1200. The couple didn't ride any more and were happy to see it go. Ended up selling it for $2900 just a couple weeks later. It was a great bike, but I didn't really think it was for me. Just a year later, since I had $$, I started looking for another bike. Found my 07 v star 1300 sitting on a street corner that had been there for awhile ( about 8 months). Once I was able to find the owner and test ride it ,found out it had a dead cylinder. Anyway, after agreeing with the owner that I would purchase the bike if I could take it to a shop and get it running, he allowed me to take it and 7 days and $107 later, the bike was mine. It is a perfect fit for me. I even tried to sell it but it's mine. So I ended up buying a trailer for it to be able to do some traveling with it.
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Reviewed on August 7, 2023

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha FZ1 view listing

5.0
I have owned 2 bikes before the FZ1; the '07 Kawi z750s, and the 03 Kawi ZZR1200. This is by far the most fun and comfortable bike I've ever owned. Super light and nimble feeling. It has enough power to bring the front end up with no problem, yet smooth enough throttle where it never happens by... read more
I have owned 2 bikes before the FZ1; the '07 Kawi z750s, and the 03 Kawi ZZR1200. This is by far the most fun and comfortable bike I've ever owned. Super light and nimble feeling. It has enough power to bring the front end up with no problem, yet smooth enough throttle where it never happens by accident. Never ran too hot, as apposed to both of my Kawis that would cook my legs. The main complaint is that there isn't enough aftermarket support for the naked bikes as apposed to the sport bikes. Nonetheless, the FZ/MT line of bikes are a great choice!
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Reviewed on July 19, 2023

RV reviewed 2007 YAMAHA 1900 MIDNIGHT STRATOLINA view listing

5.0
I AM 75 AND BEEN RIDING SINCE I WAS 16 AND HAVE OWENED APPROX 19 BIKES, BRITISH AMERICAN JAPENESE AND ITALIAN. I JUST TRADED IN A HARLEY ULTRA CLASSIC FOR THIS STRATOLIA AND AM BLOWN AWAY. COMFORTABLE, CONTROLABLE, AND GOES LIKE S-----T. FAR AND AWAY ONE OF THE TOP TWO BIKES IVE OWNED THE OTHER... read more
I AM 75 AND BEEN RIDING SINCE I WAS 16 AND HAVE OWENED APPROX 19 BIKES, BRITISH AMERICAN JAPENESE AND ITALIAN. I JUST TRADED IN A HARLEY ULTRA CLASSIC FOR THIS STRATOLIA AND AM BLOWN AWAY. COMFORTABLE, CONTROLABLE, AND GOES LIKE S-----T. FAR AND AWAY ONE OF THE TOP TWO BIKES IVE OWNED THE OTHER BEING A GOLD WING. CONS. NOISY ENGINE AND HEADLIGHT SHAPE. NEVER UNDERSTOOD THE HARLEY THING WHEN THERE ARE SO MANY OTHER MUCH MUCH BETTER BIKES OUT THERE SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE.
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Reviewed on June 17, 2023

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha TW200 view listing

4.0
This thing is the G.O.A.T., it is a goat too. It is a great starter bike and a great relaxing trail bike. I love commuting on this bike. It's not really fast, but it is really fun. This bike will climb the trails with ease. It has excellent upgrades and after-market support. if you are looking for... read more
This thing is the G.O.A.T., it is a goat too. It is a great starter bike and a great relaxing trail bike. I love commuting on this bike. It's not really fast, but it is really fun. This bike will climb the trails with ease. It has excellent upgrades and after-market support. if you are looking for a hobby bike with a cult following this is your bike.
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Reviewed on November 27, 2022

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha V Star 1300 view listing

5.0
The vstar 1300 is a great motorcycle with power and reliability that is not matched in its class! Love my 09, 20000 trouble free miles! Mustang seat, ape hangers and Ivan’s tune are some of the upgrades that I have done. You can’t go wrong with these... read more
The vstar 1300 is a great motorcycle with power and reliability that is not matched in its class! Love my 09, 20000 trouble free miles! Mustang seat, ape hangers and Ivan’s tune are some of the upgrades that I have done. You can’t go wrong with these bikes.
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Reviewed on January 1, 2022

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha R6S view listing

4.8
The Yamaha R6S is perhaps the most misunderstood of all Yamaha’s motorcycles. The R6S designation (versus the usual R6) has some imagining that the letter S stands for sport, while others call the 6S a budget version of the R6. So, what is the truth? The R6S designation actually originates... read more
The Yamaha R6S is perhaps the most misunderstood of all Yamaha’s motorcycles. The R6S designation (versus the usual R6) has some imagining that the letter S stands for sport, while others call the 6S a budget version of the R6. So, what is the truth? The R6S designation actually originates from the 2004 YRZF6S code for that year’s R6. Yamaha decided to continue to produce the 2004 R6 model after the 2005 year, from 2006-9, as well as continuing to produce the evolving R6 model from 205-2020. The 6S code was retained for the 2005-9 R6S models to differentiate the two R6s. So every R6S is simply a newer held-over 2004 model, with only a few changes. The regular R6 started going through changes beginning in 2005 in order to improve performance above 130 mph on the track, including modified brakes, forks, exhaust, etc., so the R6 could continue to dominate in races. So, why continue making the old 2004 version if the new R6 was better? The 2003-4 model was already a perfected race bike and a wonderful and popular street sport bike. Changing the R6 for more top end performance also sacrificed some of the features Yamaha liked in the bike, such as ultra light weight, performance up to 130 mph, and street manners. Inverted forks are vulnerable to road damage, stiffer shocks are less comfortable, and the R6S is a faster bike on the street, where it counts for most riders. In fact, an R6S will easily out-perform a newer R6 up to 130 mph. Many people prefer direct throttle to drive by wire, and the bike was offered at a lower price as the research and development was already done and some parts were less costly (the older integrated exhaust system is half the cost). The R6S did receive the newer frame of the R6, but was an unusual example of a manufacturer reviving a prior model and extending its production for many years. It demonstrates the confidence Yamaha of its 2003-4 R6 model.
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Reviewed on November 13, 2021

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha Vino 125 view listing

3.8
I bought a mine of a kid who had recovered it after it was stolen from him. The would be scooter bandits had tore the ignition and gas cap a new one but over all pretty good shape. I pulled the tumblers out the ignition and re wired it, had it running that day and ive not been easy on it. Ive... read more
I bought a mine of a kid who had recovered it after it was stolen from him. The would be scooter bandits had tore the ignition and gas cap a new one but over all pretty good shape. I pulled the tumblers out the ignition and re wired it, had it running that day and ive not been easy on it. Ive wrecked it close to a dozen times, of course none were ever my fault. Broke my foot on it rode it 45 miles damn near everyday to work and back. And put as much as 1000 miles on it in a months time and no compliants ive had issues crop up but nothing that shouldnt be happening after ive opened up a can of stone cold steve austin whoop a$$ on the thing for 2 and a half years.
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Reviewed on October 6, 2021

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha YZF-R6S view listing

5.0
That 07 yamaha yzf R6s is really a 07 yzf600r Thunder cat that was also the last production year then yahaha focoued on the R6 and R1 https://youtu.be/oOIV8QhkmcQ looks the same I have to wright 200 letters oh look I went over oops... read more
That 07 yamaha yzf R6s is really a 07 yzf600r Thunder cat that was also the last production year then yahaha focoued on the R6 and R1 https://youtu.be/oOIV8QhkmcQ looks the same I have to wright 200 letters oh look I went over oops 😬
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Reviewed on August 27, 2021

RV reviewed 2007 Yamaha V Star Classic view listing

5.0
I love everything about this bike 1 best looking cruiser 2 belt drive can't be beat The 1300 has power up the wazoo 3 beautiful v twin sound 4 great price too 5 reliable always I could go on and on Thee best cruiser by far What more can u say Jim... read more
I love everything about this bike 1 best looking cruiser 2 belt drive can't be beat The 1300 has power up the wazoo 3 beautiful v twin sound 4 great price too 5 reliable always I could go on and on Thee best cruiser by far What more can u say Jim m.
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