Used 2009 Yamaha V Star 950 Reviews Prices and Specs at Motorcyclist Magazine

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2009 Yamaha VStar 950

Yamaha V Star 950 Base

The 2009 Yamaha V-Star 950 something that not many cruisers can claim–it’s a big, bike that’s deceptively and agile. This is the introductory for the Yamaha V-Star 950, and it is in a base model, as well as a model. Both models the same engine, chassis, and with the only differences being the Tourer’s included passenger backrest, 11-gallon and alternative color schemes.

At the heart of the Yamaha V-Star 950 its 942cc, air-cooled, 60-degree, engine. Rigid-mounted to the bike’s double-cradle frame, the engine ceramic composite plated and 85mm forged aluminum capable of producing an impressive 58 of torque at 3500 rpm. put a lot of effort into researching its customers wanted in a larger bike, so the five-speed transmission power to the bike’s thick rear wheel via a belt, of a chain.

The 2009 Yamaha V-Star 950 incredibly smooth, thanks in to its 41mm front-end KYB fork and link-type rear suspension. The end’s 5.3 inches of travel, and the 4.3 inches cushion the road a seamless and comfortable driving which is especially important on rides.

Yamaha’s inclusion of a single-disc, two-piston brake on the wheel and a 298mm single-disc, brake on the rear helps that control and stopping are at their optimum during all conditions. The innovative braking offers more than stopping power for the bike’s curb weight (658 for the Tourer).

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The 2009 Yamaha V-Star 950 has a 26.6-inch seat height and handlebars, making it an ideal for vertically challenged riders. Its low of gravity makes it easy to the bike when at a standstill and helps improve maneuverability on the move.

The Yamaha V-Star 950 has a reliable ignition and a regulation two-into-one system with a dual chamber muffler and a single catalytic converter that a tremendously satisfying deep when driving. Yamaha the V-Star 950 gets 47 mpg, so drivers can expect more 200 miles of road time having to stop and fill up the 4.4-gallon tank.

The instrument panel on the 2009 V-Star offers everything one for in a cruiser, including the speedometer, meters, fuel gauge, and a of indicator lights. It lacks the however, so shifting does more of a personal preference

The 2009 V-Star 950 base is in Raven Black, Candy and Tommy Blue, while the offers a Liquid Silver along with the Raven and Candy Red color schemes.

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