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Hiieee!!
My name is Dee, I am a long time lover and owner of 3 wonderful vulcans, 2 of which i LOVED, and still loving one. I have been hawk-eyeing the forums here long enough Ive decided to participate! My three bikes, the first is a 2007 900cc, it was a touch small for me i thought so let me step mom try it out, and shhheeee wrecked it.. but i didnt give up on it. Rebuilt it with the help of some good friends, well good body guy and we became friends. After the rebuild I gave it to my sister to encourage her riding with me and it WORKED! My second was a 1997 1500A,,it was over-built when i brought it home, and i liked it alot but had nothing but issues its whole life. It was a 4 speed and the dogs in 2nd ended up disappearing on me and i didnt find the desire to pour $ into another rescue mission. And # 3 which I ride now and i LOVE LOVE LOVE is a 2003 classic 1600, since my latest tuning adjustments, she is currently out running my dads 2014 street glide with stage 4 and my big brothers 2012 road glide with stage 3!!!!!!!!!! I have aftermarket air, pipes and a cobra fi2000 tuner and she shits and gets! Been to Sturgis on her 3 times, and "rode my own" 3 years, will be 4 after this summer for the 80th! I am in the midst of adding a fairing to my classic and would appreciate a little advice on mounting if anyone has done the same project. That is about it for me.... I love my vulcan's so much, Harley Davidson even writes my paychecks but i still represent the kawis!
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Welcome from Atlantic Canada, Dee. Sounds like you have a wealth of knowledge to share here. Hopefully someone will step up and help with your fairing. I'm sure someone has been through it before. Nice looking bikes you have there!
 

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Glad you are here.
You started out in the right forum. Post your questions on the fairing in the appropriate forum and be patient and help will come.
We are a little slow getting around to answers but they usually come eventually.
 
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