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2007 Roadstar Warrior

07 RS Warrior, low miles comes with a few extras, seat with backrest, windsheild, braided brake lines, Bub pipes, Double T bars, brand new rear tire.

I would like to get 7500 obo and this is a local pickup only I live in pittsburgh,pa



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whats low miles

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In the 4000 mile area, I still drive time to time til I sell it

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bump for new price of 7000 obo

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thats a nice bike..in the future ..maybe on a warrior forum not mention new rear tire..good luck with the sale....just say tires in good shape...look like new

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thats a nice bike..in the future ..maybe on a warrior forum not mention new rear tire..good luck with the sale....just say tires in good shape...look like new
Well its a brand new rear tire whats wrong with saying that

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Well its a brand new rear tire whats wrong with saying that
tells me the bike was beat to shit needing a tire at 4000 miles,,its a 10.000 mile tire

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from what i read it has sportbike tires on it.... so 4000 miles out of a rear sounds plausible...



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tells me the bike was beat to ###t needing a tire at 4000 miles,,its a 10.000 mile tire
Or it got punctured. Just because the tire is new doesn't necessarily mean the previous tire was used up and the bike had the snot rode out of it.


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Or it got punctured. Just because the tire is new doesn't necessarily mean the previous tire was used up and the bike had the snot rode out of it.

thats a good point

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Yes they are sport bike tires, and the bike weighs way more than any sportbike so tires last around 3000 to 4000 mile range

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Yes they are sport bike tires, and the bike weighs way more than any sportbike so tires last around 3000 to 4000 mile range
3000 4000 miles on factory tires..please get real..know lots of people with warriors and all kinds of street sport bikes..they dont road race 10.000 miles like clock work...Please stop

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What am I missing here ?!?!

your missing the joy of two rear tire changes a year on a street bike

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3000 4000 miles on factory tires..please get real..know lots of people with warriors and all kinds of street sport bikes..they dont road race 10.000 miles like clock work...Please stop
Where do you get your info? I did my homework before buying tires and i came up with the 2CT's or Raod2's getting that mileage on a 9er. The Warrior is way heavier. That means you use up the tires faster just slowin it down, and just goin straight... Those bikes aren't known for their touring capabilities, it be kinda ghei if the owner/buyer didn't ride the dam thing like it was obviously built for. Or are you the type of guy to look at used Mustangs and expect the previous owner not to have gotten on it?

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Good Luck with the sale sml...If you still have it in the spring, we'll talk.

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your missing the joy of two rear tire changes a year on a street bike
Hmmm... I am still missing why you seem to be calling the seller out on something or the other.

I had an RC-51 that was something performance decked out and I believe 2900 - 3000 was what I expected to get out of my Diablo's. The V-twin basically ate tires for breakfast... lunch and dinner. Yes, I rode hard, but hard here means canyons with a lot of leaning and burning the edges... add to it the almost 400 Ibs heft of the RC and then also the amount of rubber lost in deceleration... and thus your miles.

I have ridden a friend's warrior before, and them suckers will chew up a tire.

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your missing the joy of two rear tire changes a year on a street bike
You could just leave it in the garage and polish it, eliminating the need for new tires...

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Where do you get your info? I did my homework before buying tires and i came up with the 2CT's or Raod2's getting that mileage on a 9er. The Warrior is way heavier. That means you use up the tires faster just slowin it down, and just goin straight... Those bikes aren't known for their touring capabilities, it be kinda ghei if the owner/buyer didn't ride the dam thing like it was obviously built for. Or are you the type of guy to look at used Mustangs and expect the previous owner not to have gotten on it?
are you saying the warrior has 2ct,s or road2,s if so i can see your point but they dont...and why would buy a 3000 4000 mile tire mike ...you a twisty kind of guy...dont think so

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are you saying the warrior has 2ct,s or road2,s if so i can see your point but they dont...and why would buy a 3000 4000 mile tire mike ...you a twisty kind of guy...dont think so
You SERIOUSLY F***ING misunderstood... I put the 2ct's on MY 919... THEY GET GOOD HIGHWAY MILEAGE AND ROCK THE TURNS... for your info, I'll race anyone on a twisty road...unless you run solely on a track, you need a tire like the 2ct's. The point I was making before you got retarded was the same tire on my bike will last longer than the same tire on a heavier bike... Do you even have a bike? And you never answered my ? about where you got your misinformed tire info from...

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You SERIOUSLY F***ING misunderstood... I put the 2ct's on MY 919... THEY GET GOOD HIGHWAY MILEAGE AND ROCK THE TURNS... for your info, I'll race anyone on a twisty road...unless you run solely on a track, you need a tire like the 2ct's. The point I was making before you got retarded was the same tire on my bike will last longer than the same tire on a heavier bike... Do you even have a bike? And you never answered my ? about where you got your misinformed tire info from...
yes i know there on you 919 and no shit a lighter bike gets better tire wear then a lighter bike....get info from seeing other bikes friends bikes in the street.....question ..what milage does the 56,s get ...you think the stock factory tire on the warrior is more of a sport soft compound tire.....

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I got 5,200 miles on my Hi Sports. I should have replaced them before that (cords were showin...) If I could get that on a 9er, with the same compound tire, you can't get it on a heavier bike... YOU said he had to raod race to beat up a soft compound tire in 4000 miles... not me.

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yes i know there on you 919 and no ###t a lighter bike gets better tire wear then a lighter bike....get info from seeing other bikes friends bikes in the street.....question ..what milage does the 56,s get ...you think the stock factory tire on the warrior is more of a sport soft compound tire.....
What exactly are you saying here... Better buds in Bean Town?

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for the record i do believe the warrior comes with a sport type tire on it... *(soft with short life)...

and also for the record heavier bikes will eat up tires faster than lighter bikes....

the warrior comes with a 200-50 rear...

and if your not gonna buy it don't worry about why he changed the rear tire at 4k...

i changed the tires off my 919 when it had 1200 miles on them....

and the stock tires that come on a 919 are shiit... they are either bt56 bridgestones or those crappy hy-sports....

all they are good for is starting a good bon fire with them...


and ya'll stop trashing this dudes for sale thread...



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for the record i do believe the warrior comes with a sport type tire on it... *(soft with short life)...

and also for the record heavier bikes will eat up tires faster than lighter bikes....

the warrior comes with a 200-50 rear...

and if your not gonna buy it don't worry about why he changed the rear tire at 4k...

i changed the tires off my 919 when it had 1200 miles on them....

and the stock tires that come on a 919 are shiit... they are either bt56 bridgestones or those crappy hy-sports....

all they are good for is starting a good bon fire with them...


and ya'll stop trashing this dudes for sale thread...
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for the record i do believe the warrior comes with a sport type tire on it... *(soft with short life)...

and also for the record heavier bikes will eat up tires faster than lighter bikes....

the warrior comes with a 200-50 rear...

and if your not gonna buy it don't worry about why he changed the rear tire at 4k...

i changed the tires off my 919 when it had 1200 miles on them....

and the stock tires that come on a 919 are shiit... they are either bt56 bridgestones or those crappy hy-sports....

all they are good for is starting a good bon fire with them...


and ya'll stop trashing this dudes for sale thread...
bt 56 been good to me 5000 miles look like new... no problem with grip in the turns,,.its a good tire jmo....you guys crack me up.... have a good weekend

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second, why don't you get out of the guys face and go talk to yourself in a back room or something. Let the guy post his fvking bike

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SML, refresh my mind, what are the motor specs?

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Bump for a hopefull sale...

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That is a very nice bike for a cruiser. My friend has one (and he too replaced the sport tires around the same miles). Lots of torque. Good luck with sale!!!

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Here are all the specs
2007 Road Star Warrior Specifications
Key Features:
The four-time AMA ProStar Hot Rod Cruiser class drag racing champion returns.
Twin-bore fuel injection provides spot-on fuel delivery under all conditions.
Rigid, light and strong aluminum frame, inverted 41mm fork and an adjustable link-type rear end provide near-sportbike handling.
200/50-ZR17 rear radial tire looks right and puts all that torque efficiently to pavement.
Engine:

The industry standard for V-twin excellence features 102-cubic-inch (1670cc) displacement, pumping out asphalt-ripping torque and acceleration.
Air-cooled, long-stroke, OHV, 48 degree cylinders with pushrod valve actuation keeps engine height down; large cooling fins, ceramic composite bore plating and a one-piece head cover provide more efficient heat dissipation.
Four-valve cylinder head design uses two spark plugs per cylinder for efficient combustion and more power at all RPM.
Hydraulic valve lifters driven by twin camshafts deliver exceptional performance and lower maintenance needs.
Forged pistons accommodate higher-RPM performance thanks to reduced reciprocating mass.
Rare earth flywheel magnet for faster-revving power delivery and increased high-RPM durability.
Twin-bore fuel injection with throttle position sensor (TPS), aspirated by free-breathing twin air cleaner system, ensures optimal fuel delivery, great throttle response and maximum power throughout the rev range
State-of-the-art electronic control unit (ECU) ensures precisely metered fuel delivery and optimal ignition spark control using 3-D digital ignition mapping for each cylinder.
High-performance two-into-one exhaust system features stainless steel headers and a massive muffler that boosts horsepower while putting out a throaty V-twin growl.
Dry sump lubrication system uses a handy spin-on filter.
Smooth-shifting five-speed transmission features close-ratio gearing for excellent roll-on performance at all RPM.
Smooth, low-maintenance belt drive system has a narrow-design belt that reduces unsprung weight for improved rear suspension performance.
Electric starting system features solenoid-activated auto-decompressor for easy starting.
Chassis/Suspension:



Specially designed, class-exclusive, aluminum double-cradle frame and swingarm increases rigidity by 41 percent (over standard Road Star frame), for tremendous strength and durability.
Super-rigid 41mm Kayaba inverted telescopic fork in beefy, cast-aluminum triple clamps gives 5.3 inches of travel for exceptional sport-oriented performance.
Link-type, preload and rebound adjustable single rear shock delivers outstanding rear-wheel tracking for precise handling and plush ride quality.
Dual 298mm front disc brakes and radial-mount four-piston calipers, and a 282mm rear disc combine for incredible, supersport-spec stopping power.
Pulley design gets all that power to the back wheel with even more style.
Lightweight, Supersport-inspired five-spoke wheels wear low-profile, competition-spec 120/70-ZR18 front and a massive 200/50-ZR17 rear radial for awesome traction and cornering grip.
Extra-long, 65.6-inch wheelbase and deep, plush saddle create added rider comfort and well-balanced handling.
Additional Features:

Industry-leading Star Family fit and finish features lustrous paint and chrome accents (air cleaner, air scoop, mirrors and more) to create a machine as stunning as it is powerful.
Two-piece saddle is wide and flat for excellent comfort.
Digital headlight-mounted tachometer, odometer and dual tripmeters with triple clamp-mounted analog speedometer.
LED taillight provides excellent visibility and very sano look.
Braided stainless clutch and throttle cables.
Extra-wide, 4.0-gallon fuel tank features low-fuel warning light and R1-type automatic fuel tripmeter.
Fork lock integrated into main ignition switch for extra convenience.
Powerful 12V 60/55-watt multi-reflector halogen headlight maximizes nighttime visibility and comes with beautiful chrome finish.

MSRP* $12,549 (Sapphire Blue/Liquid Silver Flames)
$12,449 (Charcoal Silver/Silver)


Engine
Type 102 cubic-inch (1670cc), air-cooled, pushrod overhead 48-degree V-twin; 4-valve per cylinder

Bore x Stroke 97mm x 113mm

Compression Ratio 8.3:1

Fuel Delivery Twin-bore Fuel Injection, w/throttle position sensor

Ignition Digital TCI

Transmission 5-speed, close-ratio, w/multi-plate wet clutch

Final Drive Belt


Chassis
Suspension/Front 41mm Kayaba inverted telescopic fork, 5.3" of travel

Suspension/Rear Single shock, link-type w/adjustable preload and rebound damping; 4.3" travel

Brakes/Front Dual 298mm Discs

Brakes/Rear 282mm Disc

Tires/Front 120/70-ZR18 Radial

Tires/Rear 200/50-ZR17 Radial


Dimensions
Length 93.9"

Width 36.8"

Height 44.1"

Seat Height 28.7"

Wheelbase 65.6"

Ground Clearance 6.1"

Dry Weight 613 lb.

Fuel Capacity 4.0 gal.

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Nice bike,do you have the stock pipes ?

Do you know if a larger aftermarket tank is available ?

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Nice bike,do you have the stock pipes ?

Do you know if a larger aftermarket tank is available ?
No I dont have the stock pipe but you can get them pretty cheap on rswarrior forum.
And Ive never checked on a bigger tank, I was able to do 130 miles with ease before filling up.

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Cmon folks,anyone want a great deal on almost new bike, do I hear 6000?

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7500 to 6000.. now thats a good deal

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That is a nice looking cruiser, do you have it advertised locally on Craigslist?

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