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post #21 of 120 (permalink) Old 30-Dec-2015, 08:54 AM (621)
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Installed a Wunderlich handlebar bag on my 2015 1200 GSA.

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post #22 of 120 (permalink) Old 30-Dec-2015, 02:00 PM (833)
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Question Decisions on whats next

So far Touratech headlight guard, GSA foot pegs, SW-Motech upper & lower crash bars. Now thinking about lights.
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post #23 of 120 (permalink) Old 30-Dec-2015, 10:40 PM (194)
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So far Touratech headlight guard, GSA foot pegs, SW-Motech upper & lower crash bars. Now thinking about lights.
Have a look at Skene lights. They're not bad IMO.

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post #24 of 120 (permalink) Old 01-Jan-2016, 04:31 PM (938)
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Finished installing Jesse bags and top box. Went for 50 mile test ride, first ride of the year.
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post #25 of 120 (permalink) Old 04-Jan-2016, 12:39 PM (777)
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As much as I hate to say it, I washed it. With all the rain the south has been getting and blasting a few forest service roads it was getting
a bit nasty.
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added a CeeBailey headlight protector, found the thermostat for the gerbings to be faulty, ordered anew one, on sale for 54 USD delivered
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Putting on Touratech handguard extenders on Friday.
i was thinking to get those, how do u like it?
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Installed a Remus header on my O6. She only has 4000 miles and I'm the second owner. Bought the header from an inmate over at ADV. Sent it to Jet Hot had them coat it first.
Fit great, my LV can bolted right on. Sounds pretty darn good with db thing in..... Bet it wound be waaaay to loud with it out. I think it might pop a little on decel. Have booster plug in too. Too cold to test ride. 14 degrees.
Bought a harbor freight table lift about a yr ago. Guys you gotta get one of theses. Get them on sale around $250. Only way to work on these bikes!!
Oil change and filter while skid plate off.
Plugs and valve adjust next !!

Thx from the noob ! Great board !
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Oil cooler guard
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post #30 of 120 (permalink) Old 19-Jan-2016, 06:47 AM (533)
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the other day, went for a ride only to find a 1.25" sheet metal screw taking residence in my rear tire. Plugged it.

Yesterday, finally mounted the Valentine 1 to the gps prep bar using a Tech-Mount ball mirror mount. Let's see if it holds tightly enough.
That gps prep bar is VERY smooth and things seems to slide easily on it? I put some bicycle inner tube between the mount and the bar for protection and grip.
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