Next would be the HID light conversion. It's still dark in the morning when I leave for work a big portion of the year and a good headlight is worth it's weight in gold here in deer country. You just don't realize how lacking a std. halogen bulb is until you have a HID bulb burning in there.
Favorite mod so far-galfer lines. one finger stopping kicks ass
Favorite cheap mod-seat cover. Local upholstery shop has sample squares for $1, and they are just big enough to do a motorcycle seat. I change seats every few months for a new look, and not a lot of ppl have custom seats, so it stands out
got any pics?
I like the idea of having 90 degree vavle stems.
I'll order wheel tape if they make it in black so you can't see it but it'l be reflective making me a little more visable
Spongebob brake reservoir cover. Best JuJu ever. (Knock on wood)...I haven't had a single injury in 3.5 years (since the first time I used Spongebob). The JuJu is so strong, that i won't ride without him. I bought 27 spare Spongebob's in case that one somehow comes off.
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Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: In the garage, smoking one of Anthony D's cigars...
Motorcycle: None, gave them all to Anthony D...
Re: Your favorite inexpensive mod for your bike?
Have a few that I do,very simple but effective.
- a nice set of Michelin Power Ones
- one tooth down on the front sprocket
-adjust clutch/brake levers on clip ons up/down for a better feel
-paint the silver footpeg/passenger footpeg assemblys black to match the frame
-adjust the suspension for my fat ass
-rebuild the engine&add a big ass turbo