thats funny.... i posted in 900 bike pics at 6.55pm suggesting one of these ... looks good, you can never have to much chrome, leave the belt cover. I left mine on but most of it is covered by my bags.
agree with on, i took mine off when i did the scoots rear pulley and noticed alot of junk dropping down from the fender when running through less than dry/clean roads... i do like the looks of the bottom cover! but... since i just put on the scoots chromed rear pulley, i have no desire to cover it up?!?!
here's the trick to put it on. Take the three bolts out of the plastic one and yank it out, it will go. Next remover the chrome cover over the radiator overfill, remove the two screws holidng it in place and pop the overfill out . Slide the new chrome piece in nice and easy and bolt on. Took maybe 10 minutes.
Really thinking about removing the heel shifter portion of the shifter. I like to hang my heels off the rear portion of the floorboards and the back part of the shifter is in the way in on that side. I'm used to shifting with just the toe part of the shifter mechanism anyway. Anyone made this...
Hey I’m new here and have had my 06 Vulcan 900 for a few months now. I noticed about a month ago while riding at night my headlight appeared to dim out slightly then get bright again. When it first started I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. Fast forward you tonight, it became very...
Hi, bought an 07 in late fall, and I'm short. 5'. I find the stock seat quite wide for me at 16". Is there a narrower seat that will fit? thank you for the replies. P.s. I'm in Canada, so ordering will depend on where it's located.
Hi all. I have a stock 2006 VN900 Classic with a stock exhaust system, and just under 48000km on it.
It's regularly serviced (due again at 55000km) and I have just today changed the oil, but I've noticed lately it doesn't sound or perform right.
The best way I can describe the performance is...
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