View Full Version : Custom 2004 yamaha midnight roadstar $14900

09-18-2008, 02:59 AM
Well thinking about doing something different for a bike so throwin this up here incase anybody around Colorado might know somebody lookin for a nice bike. Would cost over 20k to reproduce. Pics at the bottom of the post...scroll down:

2004 roadstar with over $7500 in just custom parts, all professionally installed at colorado powersports in Denver (labor charges for the motor work, dyno tuning, and customizations is well over $2,000). I bought the bike as new, zero miles from colorado powersports in March of 2007 and had everything installed before it left the dealership. The bike has only been on the road for a year and 5 months. Bike currently has 3700 miles on it. Always garaged, has been in the occasional rainstorm...it happens.

The bike gets comments everywhere I go, pics do not do this bike justice. The 180 tire really changes the look of the bike from the back. Many people who aren't familiar with the roadstars ask if its a custom build, those that know the roadstar often say its the best looking jap bike they've ever seen. Just enough chrome and flash without being over the top. The company I bought the too phat rims from actually liked it enough to use it for their advertisements for the wheels on their website, you can see it here: http://sscustomcycle.com/products/wheels/roadstarpg2.shtml

With the motor work that was done this bike is very quick and with the cams it sounds and idles great. The last dyno run on the bike showed 73hp and 97tq at the rear wheel (stock roadstars usually make around 50hp and 80tq at the rear wheel up here). I have the dyno sheets available to show with the bike.

Motor work/parts
Speedstar 10.5 to 1 compression pistons
Speedstar racing cams
Speedstar high lift valve springs
Speedstar ported intake manifold
Barons BAK intake and jet kit
Dyna 3000 ignition
AIS removed
Bubs Chambermaid exhaust
Barons steel braided oil lines
Barons 31 tooth pulley

Appearance/Suspension work/parts
Too Phat 50 spoke wheels 18x5.5 rear 18x3.5 front
Spokes powder coated black, rims sealed to run tubeless tires
Custom matching polished rotors
Brake relocation kit to accomodate larger rear tire
Metzler me880 tires, 180/55 rear 130/70 front
Bike lowered roughly 1" front and back with Baron lowering kits
All stock lines replaced with braided lines (throttle, return, clutch, brakes)
All handlebar controls and switchboxes were chromed, custom grips, mirrors, etc
Yamaha double "T" drag bars
Custom headlight
Custom chrome triple tree cover with integrated turn signals
Custom yamaha faux ostrich boulavarde seat and passenger pillion
Billet laydown license plate bracket
Integrated LED rear tail light (turn signal are contained in the stock rear tailight housing)
Rear fender subframe modified to fit 180 rear tire






09-18-2008, 09:19 AM
Very nice bike

09-18-2008, 01:18 PM
Very nice bike

Thanks man, I love the bike and would lose my *** selling it at this price, but sometimes old toys have to go to make way for new ones :)

09-18-2008, 08:16 PM
Not expecting alot of response here, but if somebody here bought, or lead me to a buyer I'd hook you up with two free se15's as a finders fee :D

09-18-2008, 08:20 PM
**** bike.

09-22-2008, 03:18 PM

09-22-2008, 03:24 PM
That is a beautiful bike mang.

09-22-2008, 03:28 PM
That is a beautiful bike mang.

thanks man, I love the bike but like to change things up, so something different might be in order

09-24-2008, 07:30 PM
up, would accept a decent small suv or truck in trade

11-11-2008, 03:05 PM
Well its up on sleaze-bay with a reserve of less than 10 grand :(

Pass it around if you know anybody lookin for a nice bike for dirt cheap: