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Yamaha  XV 1900 Stratoliner Midnight  Cruiser General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Yamaha Model XV 1900 Stratoliner Midnight
Year 2008 Engine 48-degree V-Twin OHV
MSRP $15480.00 USD Displacement CC 1,854.00
Type Cruiser Displacement Cubic Inches 113.00
Frame Aluminum monoshock
Front Suspension 5.1 in Rear Suspension 4.3 in.
Ignition TCI Starting Electric
Engine and Components
Engine 48-degree V-Twin OHV Cubic Centimeters 1854
Cubic Inches 113 Bore and Stroke 100 x 118mm
Compression Ratio 9.48:1 Induction Twin-bore EFI
Cooling Air cooled
Transmission Five-speed
Clutch Multi-plate wet Final Drive Belt
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 130/70-18 Rear Tire 190/60-17
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 758.00 Dry Weight KG 343.82
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 4.5 Fuel Capacity Litre 17.03
Wheel Base 67.5 in. Rake 31°
Trail 6 in. (152 mm) Seat Height MM 706.12
Seat Height Inches 27.80
Maximum Torque Maximum: 123.7 ft. lbs. (17.1 kg-m) @ 2,500 rpm
Sitting atop the Star line, the Stratoliner Midnight combines precision, performance and craftsmanship. Pride of ownership comes standard with every Stratoliner Midnight. Representing the pinnacle of the Star cruisers, the Stratoliner Midnight takes V-twin performance and character to a new level. Ready to roll with a quick detach windshield and backrest, the amazing Stratoliner Midnight is destined to set new standards by which all cruisers will be judged.

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