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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-12-2012, 12:34 PM
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a sixth gear...? Or a Fairing )

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I would like Santa to bring my 900 a little brother... in the form of a Vaquero.
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post #13 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-12-2012, 08:47 PM
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...you are missing one. you need a hot chick to ride in the back with you.
that beats every accessories you put on. lol

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A Gun!! Wait...UUHHH....Lowers.

I really liked mine.
They were nice when I put them on; but before I sold her, I took them off and what a difference.

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How about some chrome trim pieces, like brake reservoir covers, a chrome radiator cover and one for the rectifier/regulator? Then ask for Kuryakyn Ergo handgrips and some great chromed passenger footboards to replace the pegs. And for the coupe de gras, what about a great custom seat, like a Russel Daylong saddle? And if you're tired of the bike sounding "urgent" at highway speeds, a 200-series rear tire will relax things as will changing out the front or rear sprocket. Now, for some serious Santa requests, ask him (her?) to bring a good, aftermarket rear shock and a set of Progressive fork springs down the chimney with him.

Now that would be a grand Christmas for the 900 pilot, wouldn't it?

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How about warmer weather...it was cold this morning riding in 27 degrees!!!

I am sure Santa knows Mother Nature!!

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I want these for xmas this is the trigg kit, no getting stuck on slopes


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I want these for xmas this is the trigg kit, no getting stuck on slopes

There are slopes in the DFW area. Wow I thought it was all flat or at least it seemed like to to me. . Just gouging at ya a little.

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There are slopes in the DFW area. Wow I thought it was all flat or at least it seemed like to to me. . Just gouging at ya a little.
lol , seen some of the other kits get stuck on sidewalks when you get one wheel on them

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lol , seen some of the other kits get stuck on sidewalks when you get one wheel on them
I have never rode a bike with one of those kits but I always figured they would cause problems in areas that would bring your drive wheel off the ground. But I also have never look that in depth at any of those kits.

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