The paint is so shiny and lustrous on this 2004 Yamaha Midnight Venture that it almost LOOKS WET. It's INCREDIBLE. Looks like new. The Chrome and the rest of the bike is equally nice.
And what's so amazing is the INCREDIBLY LOW MILES ON THE BIKE. Most of these Ventures of this vintage usually have 30k, 40k, 50k, and more on the clock. This Amazing Midnight Venture has only 9520 at the time of this posting. On a bike that's famous for going 150k and more and still be running strong. So the new owner will have years of riding pleasure. This is a detuned version of the famous V-Max 4 cylinder water cooled engine...detuned for torque and reliability.....YAMAHA DID IT RIGHT.
And folks, this bike is LOADED. It's dripping with extra chrome....has extra lighting (RUNNING LIGHTS AND MORE) and please note the little custom "eye lids" over the lights (nice touch)..wind spoilers...the works. You are going to love this bike....and for a long long time.
It has a great sounding FM radio...accentuated by the functional rear speakers...with rear controls for the passenger. It has ELECTRONIC CRUISE CONTROL..and it's smooth as glass.
Tires are recent as well as the battery. The bike has been totally maintained. Oil change with Rotella Pure Synthetic Oil and New Filter is less than 100 miles ago.
Check Out Some Of The Features Of This Bike:
1,294cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-valve, V-4 power produces class-leading power - 98hp and maximum torque of 89 ft-lb @ 4,750 rpm -for incomparable touring performance. Air-adjustable, 43mm front fork with 140mm (5.6") of wheel travel smoothes out the bumps and can be adjusted for varying load capacities. Air-adjustable, link rear suspension features a vertically mounted single shock for that classic hardtail look and outstanding long-distance ride quality. Rear wheel travel is 105mm (4.1"). Yet the distance from the seat to the ground is only 29" so short people as well as tall can enjoy this bike. 6 Gallon fuel tank with low-fuel warning light ensure outstanding long distance touring range. Also has digital gas gauge.
Vintage-style instrument console features: digital speedometer, odometer, dual tripmeters, fuel reserve tripmeter, clock and fuel gauge. Convenient electronic cruise control system. Switch is located on right handlebar for ease of use. 4-Speaker Clarion AM/FM cassette stereo features automatic volume control (AVC), 18-FM presets, 6-AM presets, covered cassette deck and remote controllers for rider and passenger. Handlebar-mounted 40-channel CB radio and Intercom (needs wired helmets). Special Edition Midnight logos on saddlebags latches and dash panel.
Note the Awesome looking Exhaust System. The pipes are not stock and they emit a lovely sound that will keep you smiling. Louder than stock but not horribly loud. They have a great Side Exit Look. Great Sound too.
Also Note the extra rear lighting..the awesome Chrome Bag Protectors, the Chrome fender trim. Even the tour bag rack on top. THIS BIKE HAS IT ALL AND DOES IT ALL....IN STYLE.
About the only flaw on this pristine bike is the little plastic holder on the top left side of the tank right by the trim is broken. This is made to hold the intercom cable to that goes to your helmet if you have wired helmets. It's barely noticeable and I doubt you would have noticed it if I hadn't mentioned it.
Have you owned or do you own a Yamaha Motorcycle? I personallly love these bikes...especially the Royal Star Series with the Venture being my overall favorite...ultimate comfort...decent power...great reliability and unbeatable looks. How does it stack up with you?? Do you love these bikes as I do or is their dislike lurking??? Do you have a interesting story regarding your experience with a Yamaha? A great memory...something funny...a good picture. You're the boss here. Please enjoy this forum.
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