You'll want different tires. The OEM tires are not very good on pavement, and terrible on dirt. I have Pirelli Scorpion Trail III on my '15 and like them a lot. Very good on all surfaces.
You may want to replace the stock windshield. The OEM is fine for lower speeds but I find I get helmet buffet at highway speeds. I have a Madstad windshield on mine. Their website has suggestions on which height unit to buy depending on your height.
The seat is a frequent complaint. It angles forward and thus you can tend to slide into the tank. I found it caused me to lean on my hands a lot, too. I've installed a Spencer seat. Others have gone with Seat Concepts or one of several other brands. Everybody says the replacement seat is a lot more comfortable.
I replaced the front turn signals with low profile micro-signals from R&G Racing. The factory front signals will hit the ground when you drop your bike, and that will break the plastic fairing the signals mount onto. Lower profile signals won't hit the ground.
If you're on the dirt you may want to install a radiator cover and crash bars.
The luggage on the LT is a mixed bag of good and bad. They attach/remove super fast and easy using your ignition key. They hold a decent volume of stuff. And they match the cosmetics of your bike. However, the shape is a bit problematic if you have rectangular stuff to carry like a brief case for work or a lunch box. If you have something specific you carry, take it to the dealer and be sure it fits the factory cases. Otherwise, buy aftermarket boxes.
For off-pavement you may want to replace the foot pegs with something more off-road oriented. I've got Pivot Pegs and love them for all riding. The broader peg is a lot more comfortable when standing up than the factory street pegs. Pivot Pegs make shifting and braking a lot easier than rigid wide off-road pegs.
Last edited by Fly-Sig; 06-28-2017 at 03:49 PM.