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New Star Bomber Accessories for V Star 950

Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Midnight Bomber
Midnight Bomber
Chrome Bomber
Chrome Bomber
Star Custom Accessories is pleased to announce that the Star Bomber Series of accessories are now available for the new V Star 950. Custom bike builder and designer Jeff Palhegyi has designed this line-up of custom components exclusively for Star Motorcycles. Bomber covers are available in either the show-quality chrome or the midnight collection with its blacked-out look detailed with brushed fin edges. The seven piece collections include inserts for all three engine covers, drive pulley cover, front master cylinder cover & caliper covers. All covers are sold separately.

Pricing ranges from $35.95-$109.95 and are now available through all Star Motorcycle dealers.

These are just a few of the near ninety V Star 950 accessories that are available now at all Star Motorcycle Dealerships. To view the full line-up of Star Custom Accessories visit www.starmotorcycles.com/accessories. For a dealer near you, call 1-800-88-YAMAHA.

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star boy -metirc  October 5, 2010 04:08 PM
V-Star 950 for me, air cooled 4 valve heads. over head cams and fairly high compression ratio 9.0:1 on sale OTD for $5795. this bike is light years a head of the 50+ year old 883 sportster with almost no rear shock clearence two valve push rod motor what a joke
Zioo -Rider  February 17, 2010 04:17 PM
I cannot begin to solve the debate that is going on here. If I had the money and garage space, I'd have both bikes. But I don't. The 2005 Yamaha V-Star has been fun to modify. I do get some looks. I would imagine that a number of bikes are works of art and fun to ride. Mine may not be a work of art, but it is fun to ride. As far as women are concerned, mine tolerates the V-Star but threatens divorce if I get a Harley. (You can way in on the virtues of marriage and certain women, but . . .)Thus, I'm hanging with the V-Star. Deluxes and Road Kings are pretty good though. Someone told me a Harley designer designed the V-Star 1100, which is my small metric ride--Zioo
Art -milwaukee mike  August 18, 2009 10:06 AM
Apparently you're new to this whole riding thing. Doesn't matter WHAT you ride, as long as you ride. Any true rider will tell you that, regardless if they ride domestic or import, sport or cruiser. If you're buying the bike because of the name brand, and to impress the ladies, you're a poser. Stop acting tough and go back to sipping lattes at your starbucks.
rickc -typical HD snob  May 25, 2009 10:02 PM
Grow up Milwaukee Mike, metrics are everything a harley is, but cheaper and more reliable than a harley. Comparable price? Don't make me laugh. Harley soul? That went out a few decades ago my friend, and if you don't know what i'm talking about you don't know bikes. All a harley is now days is a metric with an american name that costs more, and slightly less reliable. I owned a harley up till 3 years ago when i had a serious wreck on it. Now i've got a Star that cost me 6k less for a bigger bike and a much better ride.
Metric Mike -How sad!  April 30, 2009 07:00 AM
Yea....50% of all HD's sold are still on the road....waiting to be picked up with a tow truck and taken to the shop! If you have to buy a cycle to "impress the ladies" then thats really sad.
milwaukee mike -What a crock!  April 3, 2009 09:06 AM
A metric cruiser, no matter what size or make is a joke. I know several guys that had metrics and then bought HDs, and every one has mentioned that their old bikes couldn't hold a candle to the Harleys. They mentioned that the metrics were faster, but you don't buy a cruiser to race. Also the new metric bikes cost the same or even more than comparable Harleys. Guys that have moved up to Harleys have realized that women are far more attracted to them now, when they wouldn't give them the time of day when they were riding metric bikes.