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Yamaha  XV 1600 Road Star Silverado  Cruiser General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Yamaha Model XV 1600 Road Star Silverado
Year 2003 Engine 1602cc 98-cubic-inch, air-cooled, pushrod OHV, 48° V-twin
MSRP $13299.00 USD Displacement CC 1,602.00
Type Cruiser Displacement Cubic Inches 97.76
Front Suspension Telescopic fork; 5.5 " travel Rear Suspension Single shock link-type; 4.3 " travel
Ignition Digital TCI
Engine and Components
Engine 1602cc 98-cubic-inch, air-cooled, pushrod OHV, 48° V-twin Cubic Centimeters 1602
Cubic Inches 97.7600380482 Bore and Stroke 95 X 113mm
Compression Ratio 8.3:1 Induction 40mm Mikuni CV w/throttle position sensor
Exhaust 2-into-2
Transmission Wide-ratio 5-speed
Final Drive Belt
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 130/90-16 Rear Tire 150/80-16
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 710.00 Dry Weight KG 322.05
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 5.3 Fuel Capacity Litre 20.06
Wheel Base 66.3
Seat Height MM 708.66
Seat Height Inches 27.90
Maximum Torque 99 ft./lbs @2250 rpm
The brawny Road Star Silverado® (and its Road Star sibling) thundered onto the cruiser scene four years ago taking it by storm with its sheer size, classic retro styling and heaps of torque. But then, its hardly a mystery why this belt-driven mega-machine made such a huge impression. When you're home to a gigantic 98 cubic inches of air-cooled, pushrod-actuated V-twin pumping out 99 foot-pounds of torque, people tend to notice.

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