2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom Review

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2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom
2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom

2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom
2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom

2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom Review

2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom

Don’t wait too long to get one…

Lean and mean and low-slung is the name of the game here, with boulevard bad boy styling and a price tag that will make one wonder why they waited so long to take one home.

Comes with a pavement-skimming, 27.4-inch seat height and long, 64-inch wheelbase. And 40 cubic inches of genuine V-twin muscle, tuned just right to pump out serious torque from idle on up through a low-maintenance shaft drive.

Then, of course, there’s the look: bobtail rear fender; hidden, hardtail-like rear suspension; drag-style handlebars and beefy forks.

Unbeatable styling that screams the Star Family name. And, like its Classic sibling, all at a price that will have you screaming for joy.

2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom Key Features




2004 Yamaha V-Star Custom – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: MSRP: $5,599 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

Length 90.4 in.

Height 42.0 in.

Width 34.6 in.

Weight 474 lbs.

Wheelbase 63.4 in.

Seat Height 27.4 in.

Engine 40-cubic-inch, air-cooled, SOHC, 70° V-twin

Displacement 649cc

Bore x Stroke 81 x 63mm

Compression Ratio 9.0:1

Fuel System (2) 28mm Mikuni downdraft-type

Fuel Capacity 4.2 gal.

Ignition Digital TCI

Transmission 5-speed

Final Drive Shaft

Brakes Front: 298mm Disc
Rear: 200mm Drum

Tires Front: 100/90-19
Rear 170/80-15

Suspension Front: Telescopic fork; 5.5 in. travel
Rear: Single shock, link-type, w/adjustable preload; 3.4 in. travel

Colors Raven
Pearl White

Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

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