When I got my 2008 LT, the first thing I did was to add power: for phone, GPS, whatever needed electrical recharging.
Next was the luggage rack I built. I did not like the height of the one's available from the suppliers. I built mine low, relocated the license plate, and painted it a hammered finish black.
Next was to build larger "lowers" for the forks; the one's the PO added were helpful, but I thought they would work better if they were higher. Then a couple of brackets to put more lean rearward into the windscreen. Buffeting is much reduced now.
Then I got ambitious: I built a two-into-one slip-on muffler. That took some experimenting, finally ending up with two baffles, one up front, and one in the rear, to get the decibels under 96 at cruise.
Next was the front pulley, which did make a difference, and this weekend I added the Euro Gears. My phones GPS app says my speedo is almost correct now, within a couple MPH, and the ride this past Sunday backs this up. It feels like 70 in 5th is just above idle (it isn't, but that is the level of change).
I am almost done building my "Tour-Pack" from foam-core and fiberglass. It is a bit taller than most, but stays below the top of the sissy bar, and being foam core, it will double as an ice-chest if needed. It is reverse-shape/mirror-image of the saddlebags, and the wife will cover in leather to match the factory bags.
Next will be a fuel commander, and intake, or maybe just fuel commander. She runs rich, lots of soot in the pipes, so I want to do something with that. Or maybe the next mod will be a hitch so I can pull the "Time-Out" trailer I bought a couple of weeks ago.
At some point, probably within the next 3000-4000 miles, I will go "Dark-side". This is based on the current wear rate on the Excedra Max I mounted about a thousand miles ago.
Belle now has 5300 miles on her. Not bad considering I bought her with 2300 back around Father's Day. Also, I am a consultant, I travel four days a week, so am not home to ride except on weekends.
Rubber side down, Shiny Side up!
1976 KZ900A4 (restoration project)