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03 Warrior 4500

Sold!!!!!!!!!! Very clean 2003 Yamaha Road Star Warrior. V-Twin 1700cc engine with Yamaha Speedstar cams, high compression pistons. Speedstar exhaust, air cleaner kit. Also has K&N filters and Power Commander. R1 front wheel. 23500 miles
 

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The colours are of an 2006 model.
Either way, sounds like a good deal, but might be a big outlay for a first buyer.
Might have quicker result if you sell the bike and the parts separately.



Just a suggestion though, not gospel




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>> Motorcycle :: 2003 :: Yamaha :: XV1700 Road Star Warrior
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Some colors require a base color to create a special color effect. This is called a "TriCoat" which is Base + Top + Clearcoat. If your color is a TriCoat, the base color will be listed below under "ColorRite Base" and you will need to order both the Top and Base listed. We always recommend clearcoat for the proper match and maximum protection.
Code Paint Name Comment Color Chip ColorRite Top ColorRite Base 0821 Dark Gray Metallic A (DNMA) (Metallic Titanium) 5180 0791 Silver #3 (S3) (Liquid Silver) 5175 0033 Yamaha Black (YB) 5135 0582 Mat Black Metallic #2 (MBL2) Frame Color 5988 Color swatch is just an approximation for reference. It is not an exact color representation.
 

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Actually the 2003 lineup included Onyx with Indigo Flames. Colorrite omits it (the flames are decals). There is a picture in the Legacy Image file under Documentation Forum. It's also listed near the bottom of the Model Year Differences thread, in paint colors section.

I considered that paint before going with Titanium. The Warrior pics that the OP posted are of a 2003.

Sorry!


The colours are of an 2006 model.
Either way, sounds like a good deal, but might be a big outlay for a first buyer.
Might have quicker result if you sell the bike and the parts separately.



Just a suggestion though, not gospel




Dutch
 
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