What is the difference between a roadliner and an Stratoliner?

What is the difference between a roadliner and an Stratoliner?

So the Stratoliner is basically just a Roadliner with a windshield, saddlebags, and a passenger backrest. Except for the slightly stiffer spring (more preload) in the single-damper rear suspension, it is technically the same. The Stratoliner comes in the same three cosmetic variations as the Roadliner.

Does Yamaha still make the roadliner?

From the years 2006 to 2017, Yamaha produced the largest production bike in the company’s history, the Roadliner. The Roadliner is a part of Yamaha’s Star Motorcycles division.

When did Yamaha stop making the roadliner?

Yamaha XV1900A

Manufacturer Yamaha Motor Company
Also called Star Roadliner (US) Star Stratoliner (US touring version) Yamaha Midnight Star (UK)
Production from 2006 to 2017
Class Cruiser
Engine 1,854 cc (113.1 cu in)48 degree 4-stroke air-cooled V-twin

What is a Yamaha roadliner?

Roadliner. 2009 – 2010. The 2010 MY Roadliner is the basic big-bore cruiser meant to ride far and turn heads. A massive bike which boasts premium comfort for both rider and passenger thanks to its generous real estate, the Roadliner packs power and beauty in a machine which cannot go unnoticed.

How much horsepower does a 2006 Yamaha roadliner have?

The Roadliner spun the Borla dynamometer to 87.1 horsepower at 4,700 rpm, and an impressive 107.2 lb-ft of torque at a very lazy 2,200 rpm!

Is the 2006 Yamaha roadliner fuel injected?

Twin-bore downdraft electronic fuel injection ensures optimum engine efficiency and throttle response in the widest possible range of conditions. Neo-streamline design, including the first seamless gas tank fitted to a Star, gives the Roadliner a completely distinctive look.

How long is a Yamaha roadliner?

101.6 in.
Seat height: 28.9 in. Wheelbase: 67.5 in. Overall length: 101.6 in. Fuel capacity: 4.5 gal.

How fast is a Yamaha bolt?

Top Speed: 106 mph (Est.)