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Who got the best looking versys

C'mon guys. Let's see who got the best looking one. Let's get some pics posted.
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post #2 of 623 (permalink) Old 11-10-2009, 05:39 PM
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Dude,

I'll show you mine if you show me yours.

"life is not a dress rehearsal"
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I don't know about the best looking, but mine is the closest to Utopia...







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Utopia ..... Only 30 MPH !!!

Far from it

09' Versys "Mean Green my 3 year old immediately dubed it"
07' H-D FLHP Road King (not mine but drive it hard)
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Here's one from Flatistan.


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Not the best looking but maybe a sticker or an award for the dirtiest?

I hate washing bikes,,,,

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I'll play. The fork guards are different now though.
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You'll have to tell us about your 18 day trip, I'm building mine up for such, I have a FJR and a 1800 Wing as well, but my Versys is my favorite daily rider...I hate washing them as well, They are made to ride..
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Singaporean Versys









Here some pictures of my versys from another side of the globe (i.e. Singapore). Pictures taken at Cameron Highlands, Malaysia. Think the Versys with ABS on it looks the best :P

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post #11 of 623 (permalink) Old 11-10-2009, 11:56 PM
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I'll play. The fork guards are different now though.
looks good!

where did you get those mirrors ?

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looks good!

where did you get those mirrors ?

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Made them out of some Acerbis dualsport's. Just some flat bar mounts bolted to my Acerbis hand guards.
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I don't know about the best looking, but mine is the closest to Utopia...







Oh Bear thats Classic

And Mr Cuff, NOICE !
How do you find those mirrors , are they adjustable?
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10mm wrench and I can put them where I need them. Quite a bit more rear viewing than stock even with the smaller size.

Oh yeah, we don't have a lot of those signs up here Bear. Most of ours just point out how cold it is and how far it is to heat. ;-)

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10mm wrench and I can put them where I need them. Quite a bit more rear viewing than stock even with the smaller size.

Oh yeah, we don't have a lot of those signs up here Bear. Most of ours just point out how cold it is and how far it is to heat. ;-)
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"Leave the 'whack , head west ......turn Left at Abbotsford and continue heading south while slowly drifting east on the map, stop when fingers are no longer frozen ( usually nevada or texas )
Texas eh? Got it, be right back. It's not that far is it?

I almost forgot, I have family down there. I should go see them. Road trip in the spring maybe?

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I like my Kawacati Dusaki the best!
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post #18 of 623 (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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here is mine. Targa tail eliminator kit, muzzy exhaust, mra windshield with Paris-Dakar stickers, tire hugger, wheel stripes, pireli diablo rosso tires, pro grips, self modified seat,
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Made them out of some Acerbis dualsport's. Just some flat bar mounts bolted to my Acerbis hand guards.
i like how there tucked in compared to most bar end mirriors.

i just went to aluminum Renthal bars and remove the bar end weights, this shaved 2 lbs. of weight up high.

getting rid of those heavy stock mirriors will get rid of more unwanted weight up high.

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I like my Kawacati Dusaki the best!
Thats awesome Lone Ranger ............pull into a Duacati dealership and ask the mechanic to check what kind of oil filter your "Ducati Mini-Strada" takes .......No sir , I said mini , not multi .....well it's in the parking lot if you don't believe me.........lol

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