Finally getting started on some upgrades. Was gonna wait until done and post all at once, but said screw it as I already have questions to get me through the project. LOL
To start, bike is a 14' NRS. Have had it since Oct' I believe.
My plan is to change the front/rear fenders, airbox cover, bars, headlight, rotors, grips, pegs.... the list goes on.
For now, I have the MS-Biketec MS-Flat 260 rear fender and seat pan. Just ordered the Arnott adjustables today from Rob at HogPro. FYI, Rob was awesome to talk to and order from. In stock and shipping today so should have them Wed.
My dilemma right now is on the airbox cover. I'm just about settled on the MS-Biketec "MS-Bull" airbox.
I say dilemma only because I'm not sure if I need to wait until I have the airbox on to be able to finish up with the rear fender and seat. Or if I'm fine using the factory airbox cover to mock it all up.
As it stands, the steel rear inner fender has been trimmed to fit and the side supports have been cut so the support can be bent/angled down. When the desired angle is met, the side support gets welded back up and painted. Will wait for the Arnotts and maybe the airbox cover too before adjusting the angle of the support/fender.
Before I post the pics of my progress, a quick review.
MS-BikeTec: In Germany so there is a delay in communication. But stayed in contact with me and answered my questions. Paying was a pain as they will only take a Bank cashiers check and I was responsible for fees on both ends. Ended up costing me a bit more than I was expecting. Took a couple weeks to get to me and there is ZERO tracking along the way. But it arrived safely. Quality is great.
Only knock, their instructions. In German and the photos suck. They were no help so I'm winging it for the most part. Couldn't find any installs online with this fender, and not a lot of other brands either. What I did find is they all install pretty much the same way so I just dove in.
My 1st question will be on the last photo.
Lots of crap to have to fit back in.