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Old 10-23-2011, 10:39 AM   #11 (permalink)
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What are your thoughts on the weigh changes between 06 and 07's. Seems like the 06 came out with the major changes. So far for the 07, only wiring harness change; worth 7 lbs?

08 to 09, 38 lbs seems like a lot without mechanical changes. ??


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2002 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2003 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2004 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2005 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2006 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2007 613 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2008 612 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2009 650 pounds wet weight ArizonaWarrior
2010 649 pounds wet weight ArizonaWarrior
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Old 10-23-2011, 11:59 PM   #12 (permalink)
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What are your thoughts on the weigh changes between 06 and 07's. Seems like the 06 came out with the major changes. So far for the 07, only wiring harness change; worth 7 lbs?

08 to 09, 38 lbs seems like a lot without mechanical changes. ??


Weight
2002 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2003 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2004 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2005 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2006 606 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2007 613 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2008 612 pounds dry weight SeattleSage
2009 650 pounds wet weight ArizonaWarrior
2010 649 pounds wet weight ArizonaWarrior
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Old 01-09-2012, 07:32 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Started by 1256day:
https://www.rswarrior.com/forums/12-g...ml#post2253027

There appears to be some differences with the front fender......great find 1256....

I will use his post to 'vet' this issue.

I will check manuals and ?? to find any differences I can and then we can get them listed with the other.

Please give any details you have
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In case helpful, the official Yamaha recall documents now have a home here: http://www.rswarriordocs.com/doc.html
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Old 02-13-2012, 04:47 PM   #15 (permalink)
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So I am looking into purchasing a 2005 Road Star Warrior 1700, I am 6'6 220 I was wondering if I will fit on this bike or if I am to big? Any suggestions or insight would be helpful thanks.
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Welcome to the forum. We have a couple tall guys here, best advise is to find one at a dealer and sit on it awhile, maybe go for a ride.
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Old 02-13-2012, 10:13 PM   #17 (permalink)
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You'd be fine. If you get extensions for less than 100 bucks, you'd be more than fine. Welcome to the forum
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Shaved seat if you need more.
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So I've been taking a look at buying a Midnight. What if any are the differences for the later models. Other than paint, some compression, gold forks, I haven't seen any "real" differences. Any owners out there find any? I like the red stripes and black wheels, so that narrows it a bit for me...but what about differences in '11, '12, and '13?

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Old 03-01-2014, 02:49 PM   #20 (permalink)
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08 midnight have stock wheels, not black..09 was the last year for US warrior. 2010 last year period and only year for gold forks..there's a bad azz non midnight speedstar with a fat tire for sale in johnstown pa in the classifieds section
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