In the cruiser category, there were no additions or discontinuations. After the heavily revised Road Star, Yamaha's flagship cruiser, the Road Star Warrior was the most changed cruiser. The Warrior uses a hot-rodded, fuel-injected version of the 1670cc engine now incorporated into the Road Star but is otherwise substantially different from classically styled Road Star. For 2004, the Warrior got changes aimed at improving the ergonomics. The two-piece saddle is fuller, especially in the passenger area, which has become much more viable if you plan to take a passenger farther than the corner. That will complement the relocated passenger pegs, which should also make passengers feel more comfortable on Yamaha's performance V-twin. In addition to the wider, flatter seat, the rider gets a handlebar that bends back a bit more and footpegs relocated for greater comfort.