About Yamaha V-Max
There is nothing like dead batteries to kill the spirit of adventure, which also turns a long ride into an expensive trip. Your hiccupping Yamaha VMax is not getting too old for those long trips. It simply needs a new stator. The VMax has been in production since 1985, but it got a slight name change in 2008 when Yamaha decided to drop the hyphen from its V-Max designation. Besides its name, Yamaha tweaked the design and performance of the bike too. The new VMax got a bigger 1679 cc engine, an all-aluminum frame, anti-lock brakes, a slipper clutch to go with its five-speed transmission, and a glowing instrument readout. If you want the rest of the bike to match that dazzling electroluminescence display, you should install a Yamaha VMax LED light kit on its frame. Thankfully, you can find one among the wide selection of Yamaha VMax parts and accessories offered by reputable sellers on eBay. And do not forget to pick up the replacement Yamaha VMax stator you need to keep your power cruiser from killing off batteries at will.