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New Stryker Bullet Cowl

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New Stryker Bullet Cowl
YMA is has introduced the new Stryker Bullet Cowl that brings a tougher look and excellent wind protection to the popular 1300 liquid cooled V-twin.

Even with its radically raked out front end, Stryker has the superbly nimble and lightweight handling that choppers and mid-class competitors can only dream about.

A low seat height (670mm) allows riders to put both feet on the ground and helps provide this bike's natural, relaxed and comfortable riding position. And the wide 210-series rear tyre and chopper-inspired 21-inch front wheel reinforce the muscular styling of the bike.

No cheap plastic fenders here-this authentic cruiser has real steel mudguards that customisers love. Classic belt drive, too. And slimline LED indicators on the new model too.

Get customising with the new Stryker Cowl in Camo Green priced just $15,599 RRP inc GST. And don't forget about the Star range five year extended factory warranty. Note that all genuine parts fitted at time of purchase are also covered by the five year extended warranty.

Engine features and benefits
- 80-cubic-inch (1304cc) liquid-cooled, single overhead cam 60-degree V-twin with dual counterbalancers offers plenty of smooth performance.
- Computer-controlled twin-barrel fuel injection provides optimal mixture whatever the temperature or altitude. Ignition and fuel-injection maps are optimised for Stryker's performance character.
- Four valves per cylinder (36mm intake, 32mm exhaust) provide optimum combustion efficiency; roller rocker arms reduce friction for better performance and reduced wear.
- Ceramic-composite cylinder sleeves contain 100mm forged pistons for excellent durability and longevity.
- 9.5:1 compression ratio and aggressive cam timing produce plenty of power across the board and a distinctive exhaust note.
- Forged connecting rods ride a single crankpin for true V-twin sound and power.
- Smooth-shifting transmission feeds power to an efficient, low maintenance belt drive.
- Sly cooling system routes liquid through hidden hoses and internal engine passages for air-cooled looks and liquid-cooled performance. Oil filter is easy to get to but also tucked nearly out of sight for clean, pure looks.
- The exhaust system, designed specifically for Stryker, adds to the awesome look of this bike while also optimising its engine performance. And it has a magnificent exhaust note.

Chassis/suspension features and benefits:
- The 6 degree yoke and raked triple clamps combine to provide a total of 40 degrees of fork rake. This achieves the aggressive raked out styling image and solid straight-line performance you'd expect, while at the same time providing light, nimble handling characteristics, even at low speeds.
- Low seat height allows the rider to feel in rather than on the bike when riding, and enjoy having both feet planted firmly on the ground when stopped.
- Steel fenders - rather than cheap plastic fenders found on some competitors - are one of this bike's authentic cruiser features. Steel fenders are ideal for customisers who want to cut, chop or modify their bikes.
- Cast wheels have low profile tyres. A wide 210-series rear tyre and 21-inch front wheel add to the aggressive attitude of the bike. The relaxed riding position is complemented by the carefully chosen handlebar position, which puts the rider's arms comfortably level with the horizon.
- When Stryker is parked, it's sure to draw attention. Precision details abound, like the slit pattern in the headlight and meter. The rear fender over the wide rear tyre is richly sculpted
- Large 320mm front and 310mm rear discs provide serious stopping power

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