Installed the R&G tail tidy on my '16 yesterday. Took a little over an hour..not too difficult really. Got it off the "bay" for a make offer price of $80. I really like the look better than that bulky stock tail piece.
Ha ha! Yes, I like the gear indicator. Such a small thing I know!
I actually thought they had improved the radiator guard but looking at your bike it seems the same. I had read of a lot of people adding guards to theirs, it seems well protected already for me, its got a soft mesh on top of the actual radiator.
Its the Dan Moto....after trying a few different baffles it was a little beaten/scratched up so I spray painted it with a matte black including one of the baffles that was a shiny metal look. I'm thinking about wrapping the headers up to the muffler with that exhaust wrap to give it a more aggressive look...any thoughts?
Miroslav, it's not that HUGE. I have seen Bigger..... No wait. I haven't... It is HUGE. :grin2: But not to worry your Government has heard your plea for a smaller License Plate and they will accommodate you next year by making it 2 cm (3/4 of an inch) shorter :wink2:
Rode about 90 miles today - 68 degrees under clear blue skies...
The last 15 miles was a bit different, as my best friend helped me adjust the bars to where they are almost exactly on the same plane as the forks...
This position is better for a few things:
1) it looks more badass
2) I lean forward just a tiny bit more, so it relieves the painful pressure I get from the Mid Reach Seat on the top of my buttcrack
3) this position exudes more confidence, for me personally
That's Crazy!! It's like the old KAW KZ1000 seat from the late 70's / early 80's. They were more comfortable. I like it, but I don't know that I would do it myself. I've been thinking about trying to find an old KZ to play with building on the side while I ride my Vulcan S.
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