The things that may or may not be true are the things a man needs to believe in the most. People are good; honor, courage, virtue mean everything; power and money mean nothing; good always triumphs over evil; true love never dies. A man should believe in those things, because they are worth believing in.
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.
__________________ 2012 Voyager
Pearl Alpine White/Pearl Luster Beige
All Balls tapered bearings
Clearview re-curve tall sheild w/vent
Avon grips with Rays Throttle Mod
Thunder BAK for stock covers
Power Commander V
Cobra Tri-oval slipons
Corbin Dual Touring (w/Comfort foam)
Wolo Bad Boy
Glove compartment keyless mod
Saddlebag side and top trim
Happiness does not consist in pastimes and amusements but in virtuous activities.
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?
"Don't sweat the small stuff---it's all small stuff"
'09 650 VStrom
Sharing my wife's '09 Classic LT (sold)
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.
2008 V2K Classic
Who would have thought I would grow up to become "Spatially Educated" and play Connect-the-Dots for a living.