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I sent them an e-mail to see if they make an adapter for the Versys. This things on my must have list.:loveeyes:
 

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You will need to cut a hole on the side flaring for the stand to work. Yes an alternative to our usual paddock stand but expensive.

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I think if you take off the "V's" Dark Gray/black plastic side covers you should have enough assorted holes to make this system work well.... Tremendous idea.
 

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Oh drool!!!!!!!!! Hello, Mr. Santa? I've been very, very good.
 

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Got an e-mail back from Sebastian Bursig at 4am. They don't have one specific for the versys but there going to see what they can do and e-mail me the info.I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed on this one.:yeahsmile:
 

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Got an e-mail back from Sebastian Bursig at 4am. They don't have one specific for the versys but there going to see what they can do and e-mail me the info.I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed on this one.:yeahsmile:


Get it Weljo, you know you need it. :D


It is a pretty awesome set up. I would get the wheels as well and roll the bike around the yard.
 

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Get it Weljo, you know you need it. :D


It is a pretty awesome set up. I would get the wheels as well and roll the bike around the yard.
Yep the wheels are on the list also. Need it Want it Gotta have it. ;)
 

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I tried to work with them few months ago, I even took the time to find how can I build an adapter for this and I have a solution, but I don't have the time or money to invest in this.
An interesting thing is that it will work for both sides of the bike ( currently Bursig stand works only from the left side)
The problem with their stand is that they "support" only few bikes, and it is really expensive...

http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10916&highlight=paddock
 

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Very Interesting

How much is it in dollars?

Disadvantage:
1) In the way to work on the left side.
2) Doesn't raise bike as high as a lift table.

Advantages:
1) Easy to use.
2) Takes up less floor space in garage.
 

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Wow! Nice, but salty.

Seeing as I already have a rear stand, it would be hard to justify this one. I think the idea of it blocking the side of the bike would be bothersome. I just changed the plugs and cleaned the air filter this weekend and the rear paddock was quite nice to work with.
 

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Hey Weljo, I don't know if you saw this home-made version of the stand, it works on Versys (adapter) and better yet, it works from both sides of the bike :D

Is this yours stand? Please send some detail pictures of adapter mounting!
 
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