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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-04-2012, 06:00 AM Thread Starter
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Question Triax trike kit for a Vulcan EN500

Are there any used Triax trike kit for a Vulcan EN500 floating around ????? don't see many pictures of then, would be nice to use then for long trips and then convert it back to two wheels using the quick disconnect device.

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This is the trike kit.........

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Thats not a trike kit, thats training wheels!! lol

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No offense but I have always called them a "poor man's trike". I know http://www.mtcvoyager.com/ has the 500 on their list of bike that they make a kit for. Maybe you could look in to different brands.

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..trike implies 3 wheels.. that has 4

VN 900 custom "Cheapo-Glide"
Reckless (clone of) fairing
Sony dsx-s100 stereo
Pioneer (for now) 6X9 2-way speakers
Flh hardbags
Mustang "daytripper" seat
Rear lowered 2"
Cobra powerpro HP 2-1
PCIII
Homemade intake with K&N filter

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5??? where did you learn to count?

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lol had a brain fart... but its still not a trike !!!!

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I know, I smelled it from here . LOL.

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They are not even road legal here in the maritime provinces.Will not pass MVI as they are not classified as a trike.

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No offense but I have always called them a "poor man's trike". I know http://www.mtcvoyager.com/ has the 500 on their list of bike that they make a kit for. Maybe you could look in to different brands.
No offense but you must be a "Rich man's trike" but you are right, I'm a very, very, very, very "poor................ man with no trike or training wheels"
but thanks for the link!!!!!!!!

http://www.trans-moto.com/triax-trike-a.htm

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