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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-05-2017, 09:24 PM Thread Starter
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Made Some Modifications

Made some modifications to my 2017 V1K over the past couple weeks. I had the Moto Werks lowering blocks installed for the front foot pegs as well as the rear brake nut. The Moto Werk stuff is good. I drove out to Seat Concepts in San Jacinto here in California and had my seat redone. If you are able to utilize their Will-Call system the cash price is a flat $180.00. They put a new top on and used a one piece memory foam pad. The slope is basically gone and the seat seems to be more comfortable. I will need to go on a long ride. The other mod was done some time ago. That was the Puig 5999 windscreen in smoke.
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Might go that route with the seat. The stock one's not bad but i would like it leveled out some...

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You should consider some crash guards!
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You should consider some crash guards!
I actually have, you have any recommendations?
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I put SW-Motechs onto my Gen 3. Installed in 20 minutes, and I expect that they SHOULD be as good as the guards they made for the earlier Gens, which I tried out on the Dempster Hwy w/ my '09.

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t-rex racing crashers are good.
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