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2010 Yamaha Star VMAX Quick Ride Photo Gallery

The 2010 Yamaha Star VMAX is a special order model, but Motorcycle USA finagled one for an afternoon ride. Climb on and join us for a 2010 Yamaha VMAX Quick Ride.

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Hard to miss that VMAX exhaust.
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It’s difficult to find any faults with this bike, and if I had to nitpick I would have only a few gripes.
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Once the adrenaline high wears off from that first crack of the throttle, riding the VMAX becomes an exercise in responsibility and restraint.
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2010 Yamaha Star VMAX Quick Ride
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The VMax is also very thirsty and the 4 gallon fuel tank will only get you around 100 miles at a time under the best circumstances.
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The Yamaha Star VMAX is here for 2010 and ready to lay down a smoking strip of rubber as long as Texas is wide.
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The 1679cc V-Four mill pumps out a rear tire destroying 197 horsepower and 122 lb-ft of torque.
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The VMAX carries a unique style that will appeal to those looking for a bike that will stand out from a crowd and lay down the power to draw that crowd to you.
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The hulking VMAX muscle cruiser engine draws your attention with its stealth black color and aluminum accents.
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2010 Yamaha Star VMAX Quick Ride
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The brakes are just as strong as the engine. A Brembo radial-pump master cylinder mated to 6-piston calipers grab dual 320mm front rotors, while out back a single pot caliper goes to work on a 298mm rotor.