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post #1 of 56 (permalink) Old 10-03-2009, 09:08 AM Thread Starter
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Vulcan 750 PICS!

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post #2 of 56 (permalink) Old 10-16-2009, 06:19 PM
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Sorry it's sold already. But thats what it looked like last time I saw her.

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where did you get the crome radiator cover?
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I made it. I used some rattlecan chrome paint. It looks better in the pic then in real life. But if I had done better prep work, and some sanding in between coats, it woulda came out sweeet.
The tins on the bike (cept the covers) I repainted flat black with rattlecan. Lots of sanding and cleaning and sanding. Wet sanding 5 coats. Got up 2000 grit paper. The quality is a good if not better then the finish on the factory flat black bikes. They just have a better quality clear coat.

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I had a beautiful 750 a few years back. I'll post the pictures soon if I can get my printer to scan them onto my computer. Mine was a purple/burgandy metallic two tone color.

Current bikes: 1999 Honda VFR800, 1999 Vulcan Drifter 800, 2000 Honda Magna VF750C
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Ok, I got my printer/scanner to work and here it is. This was my beautiful (stock) 1993 Vulcan 750. Very peppy little bike and my first "Cruiser".


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My former 2001 750 which I rode for six fun years. Sometimes I wish I could keep more than one bike.



Mustang Wide Regal seat, Saddlemen Jumbo bags, Pro-Tac driver's backrest, Kaw extended passenger backrest, Memphis Shades Hellcat windshield, Metzeler 880's, Iso grips, etc.

'09 900LT
—Mustang Wide Studded Touring Seat
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—Irons In The Fire lowers
—Küry Iso Grips w/Throttle Boss
...and a bunch of other little stuff
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Thanks pearlcrystalwhite16 and ForestLake_900LT for making me cry. Those are some sweet looking pics. Now when I look at my she devil, I just see the real potential she has to look as good. I glad my VN750 doesn't have a computer built inside her or she'd be showing me what she wants to look like. I've always believed it's whats on the inside that counts. right
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Regal Wide seat

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My former 2001 750 which I rode for six fun years. Sometimes I wish I could keep more than one bike.



Mustang Wide Regal seat, Saddlemen Jumbo bags, Pro-Tac driver's backrest, Kaw extended passenger backrest, Memphis Shades Hellcat windshield, Metzeler 880's, Iso grips, etc.
Where/how did you find the Regal Wide seat? Mustang didn't show ANYTHING for the VN750, I'd love to have a seat like that with the back rest. Any help would be appreciated.
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That Wide Regal seat I had originally bought from another rider in Iowa, and I in turn sold it to another local rider when I traded in my 750 on the 900. I suspect Mustang discontinued active production of these when Kaw quit manufacturing the 750's a few years back.

From my records, it shows these models were available for the Vulcan 750:
Wide Regal - #75359 at a price of $329.95 from "Sherm's Cycle Products"
Wide Studded - #75335 at $339.95 from Sherm's

(These prices were from around 2003, and I have no first-hand contact with Sherm's though some in the Yahoo 750 Group used and liked them.)

So you may still be able to find one on eBay and use these numbers to verify a correct fitment for the 750.

The backrest was made by Pro-Tac and you can order one directly from them. I recorded my price in '03 as $110 + $5 shipping. You'll want to get your seat situation squared away first as Pro-Tac makes these backrests to order, and they'll shape the supports a little differently depending on the particular seat you have mounted. Also, you can get the backrest pad with or without the center button, to match your seat.

Together, I found the Mustang and Pro-Tac backrest to be an almost unbeatable combination for comfort on the 750. And one nice thing about the Pro-Tac is that it's removable when you want to ride two-up. Just pull it up and out... takes only about three seconds.
Good luck searching, and I hope this helps.

'09 900LT
—Mustang Wide Studded Touring Seat
—Metz ME 880s
—Irons In The Fire lowers
—Küry Iso Grips w/Throttle Boss
...and a bunch of other little stuff
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