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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-15-2010, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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Highway Pegs on 1700 Voyager

Just curious if highway pegs (such as Kuryakyn) will work on the highway bars on the Voyager. It's hard to tell from the pics if it will work since the lower fairing is right there, and I haven't made it back to the dealership to see if it will work.

Also, will the Iso-grips that fit a 1500 Classic also fit on the Voyager

I ordered my new toy (2010 Voyager ABS in Gray) on 13 March, already scoping out the accessories!!

2008 Vulcan 1500 Classic
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Kuryakyn Iso-Grips, throttle boss, Cobra crash bars, Kuryakyn highway pegs, Kuryakyn Iso-Grip Helmet Locks, Vance and Hines Straight Shots, Velocity tips

Did have National Cycle Cruiseliner hard bags, and 21" Memphis Fats windshield.

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Just curious if highway pegs (such as Kuryakyn) will work on the highway bars on the Voyager. It's hard to tell from the pics if it will work since the lower fairing is right there, and I haven't made it back to the dealership to see if it will work.

Also, will the Iso-grips that fit a 1500 Classic also fit on the Voyager

I ordered my new toy (2010 Voyager ABS in Gray) on 13 March, already scoping out the accessories!!
Here is what I am using for highway pegs on my 2009 Nomad.
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yes kuraykyn highway pegs fit. I have a pair on my Voyager and they work well and look good.

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Just curious if highway pegs (such as Kuryakyn) will work on the highway bars on the Voyager. It's hard to tell from the pics if it will work since the lower fairing is right there, and I haven't made it back to the dealership to see if it will work.

Also, will the Iso-grips that fit a 1500 Classic also fit on the Voyager

I ordered my new toy (2010 Voyager ABS in Gray) on 13 March, already scoping out the accessories!!
nut1605 -
Congratulations on becoming a Voyager owner. I'm sure you will love owning your new toy! They are great bikes and are much fun. If you're like me, you will find many accessories to your liking. I have a Plasma Blue 2009 with the following accessories;

CB Radio
Ipod adapter (best accessory of the bunch)
Gel seat (will let you know about this after my Telluride trip in July)
Pump (for the rear suspension)
Rear speakers (rounds out the sound well)
Cover (to keep the dust off in the garage)
Bag liners

Also, I live in the Dallas area like you and hope to run into you on the road sometime.

Enjoy!

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nut1605 -
Congratulations on becoming a Voyager owner. I'm sure you will love owning your new toy! They are great bikes and are much fun. If you're like me, you will find many accessories to your liking. I have a Plasma Blue 2009 with the following accessories;

CB Radio
Ipod adapter (best accessory of the bunch)
Gel seat (will let you know about this after my Telluride trip in July)
Pump (for the rear suspension)
Rear speakers (rounds out the sound well)
Cover (to keep the dust off in the garage)
Bag liners

Also, I live in the Dallas area like you and hope to run into you on the road sometime.

Enjoy!

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Do you have any picture of the rear speaker installed?
Does it make a difference on the center of gravity?
How about volume control on the rear speaker?

Thanks
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