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View of my cockpit and a few things I have done

Here is a view of the cockpit on my Gen 1. https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...1&d=1585586782
This helps a lot with chain tentioning https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...1&d=1585586955
And another of the WolfMan Tank bag, Kinda large but I like it .https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...1&d=1585587116
one more of the Wind screen ,I took the OEM flipped it and Like others here then laid the GIVI over the top .I did hold mine down further then others and due to the never ending blowing wind have yet to try it out.
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I like what you've done, though. Any chance you'll get to go ride it?

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I like what you've done, though. Any chance you'll get to go ride it?
I got the itch BAD, Its been blowing here for a week and no end in sight. typical March weather for this area.I did go down my road a 1/4 mile or so the other day but it was just too windy to take a ride.There are a few things I want to experience after a few changes I have made after buying the bike so it will have to wait.Suspension set up, chain tension, And several electrical changes so I want to wait for a nice calm day. I plan on using my I phone as a GPS along with a Sena system and Maybe my Tom Tom as a back up.So or the time being me along with the V sit and wait it out.

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Here is a view of the cockpit on my Gen 1. https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...1&d=1585586782
This helps a lot with chain tentioning https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...1&d=1585586955
And another of the WolfMan Tank bag, Kinda large but I like it .https://www.kawasakiversys.com/forum...1&d=1585587116
one more of the Wind screen ,I took the OEM flipped it and Like others here then laid the GIVI over the top .I did hold mine down further then others and due to the never ending blowing wind have yet to try it out.
your bike is the perfect setup for the Safego LED headlight conversion, a huge difference and you gain roughly the equivalent of 1/2 the wattage and double the lumens. My total with both high and low beam on is less than the Osram 65 watt low beam only, I was running before.My opinion is they are the best as far as mounting and design.Thanks to @16VGTIDave
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your bike is the perfect setup for the Safego LED headlight conversion, a huge difference and you gain roughly the equivalent of 1/2 the wattage and double the lumens. My total with both high and low beam on is less than the Osram 65 watt low beam only, I was running before.My opinion is they are the best as far as mounting and design.Thanks to @16VGTIDave
Maybe down the road a piece, I have new tires chain and sprockets on my radar right now.

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