Performance Figures for the 2006 Yamaha Star Roadliner

Acceleration performance data for the Yamaha Star Roadliner test in the February 2006 issue of Motorcycle Cruiser magazine.

Below are the acceleration-performance figures for the Yamaha Star Roadliner that we tested for the February 2006 issue of Motorcycle Cruiser magazine. The performance figures have all been corrected to sea-level standard conditions.

Even though the big 1850cc Star Roadliner seems to be an elegant, nostalgic luxury cruiser, the motorcycle also pumps out impressive power and performance, as these data indicate.

Standing-start quarter-mile acceleration, time/terminal speed: 12.24 sec. / 108.4 mph

Acceleration Times
0 to 60 mph: 3.96 sec.
60 to 80 mph: 3.99 sec.
0 to 100 mph: 10.69 sec.

200-yard top-gear roll-on acceleration from 50 mph, terminal speed: 82.8 mph

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