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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-26-2016, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Ilya's 2015 Vulcan S Log

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So today I became an owner of a brand new left over 2015 green Vulcan S w/out ABS. I probably won't do much to it in 2016, but I do have some plans for it in the future so this thread will be a place for me to keep a history of it for people to use as ideas, etc. and to act as a sort of 'memory' of how it started out and how it ends up.
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Great so we gotta wait 3 months to see some progress. Awesome! Go buy something now.
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Great so we gotta wait 3 months to see some progress. Awesome! Go buy something now.
For big things, yes. I'll do stuff like removing the rear tail and using a universal LED strip for brakes/turn signals that others have done soon though hah. Just need to figure out what to do with the plate.

Don't worry, it won't be stock for very long . That's part of the reason I want to buy it now so I could wrench on it all winter and hit the ground running in the spring.

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If you want to hang the plate from the rear axle and you get the locator bracket, get a solid one with the ~7/8" insert to knock down the axle size. I got a generic one for a Harley and the hole was a full 1" and too big. The spacer itself was more expensive than another plate with the adaptor, so I got another assembly (which I ended up using when the first plate relocater broke.

https://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/1...e-bracket.html < There's the thread where I mention it.

Like I've heard before: No, you didn't ask....but I volunteered the information anyways =)
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Here's a quick snap of the bike from today's ride, as she currently sits. Probably won't do anything until it's stored for the winter and I can take it nice and easy.


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Haven't done any mods yet but here is some 'eye candy' for the time being. I have 627 miles on the bike already and had my first service done on Friday.









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Nice, have fun and enjoy the mods... the ride as well.
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Finally got around to doing two basic must have mods. Installed some rear spools and a battery tender as I got it ready for winter. Found out my rear stand now clears the rear fender so I'm going to return the R&G tail tidy and leave the stock one as is.



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Mine would not clear the fender. Although I got the r&g kit more because I didn't like the looks of the stock fender. Looking good though
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