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You can check for a loose or broken motor mount but you need to consider how the rubber mounts work. The mounts absorb high frequency vibrations. Low frequency vibrations will be felt throughout the machine.

On most Dyna's, the bike vibrates when idling. When accelerating though the gears (and decelerating back down) if the engine rpm's gets below about 2000 rpm's, you'll feel the vibration. Once above this level, the bike smooths out due to the change in frequency of the vibrations. I have owned a '94 FXDWG since new and this is my experience with the bike.

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Vibration, like engine noise, is a very subjective observation or condition and does not translate well in written text. It is something that has to be heard and experienced to be able to truly make an accurate and meaningful assessment.
That having been said, I will attempt to respond to your inquiry, based on my experiences with the Road Star.
First of all, it is a BIG V Twin engine that is not in harmonic balance at all. The very nature of the engine guarantees it is going to vibrate. Yamaha, along with about everyone else marketing a V twin, knows it and embraces it, as they market it as "character" of the motorcycle,
You have two pistons about the size of coffee cans running up and down inside your cylinders. When they go up and down, they create vibrations.
The cylinders do not fire 180 degrees apart either. They fire in a syncopated rhythm and that too generates vibration.
Yamaha has engineered the engine so that at common RPM's, such as highway speeds, the engine is smoother. This is an incredibly sophisticated piece of engineering to get the vibrations to cancel each other out, to a degree. The thing about that is, it is very much RPM dependent. It only works in a very narrow RPM range to generate the counter acting vibrations that yield the smoother, vibration canceling frequencies.
About the only thing you can do is maintain a good state of tune on your engine. Make sure the engine mounting bolts remain tight, and find the RPM's where the engine is the smoothest and try to ride it in that RPM range as much as possible.
Think about other engines, especially ones that are considered smooth. They are usually at least 4 cylinders, if not 6 or 8, because the more power pulses generated, the smoother the engine runs. Also, many are fitted with counter balancers that help cancel vibrations as well.
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