I have the Trackside handguards from cyclegear. Normally like $100 but are almost always on sale for under $50. If you decide you might like them and they are not on sale just wait a week or so and they probably will be. Mine were not even on sale the day I bought them but were the last time I went in and I mentioned it and they gave them to me for $49.
Went on pretty easy, Lots of adjustability. Though I seem to remember having to make shims for the ends where it goes into the bars... Maybe that was the Zetas on the last bike?.... Crap I forget. Only real downside for those that might like to color match to their bike is you can have them in any color you want as long as it is black.
Maxpower is right though, almost always some modding required to the guards to make them fit. Some more than others.
+1 for D-flex as a quality mid-price hand guard. The removable plastic covers are available in two sizes and a variety of colors. Mine installed relatively quickly but having shorty levers made things easier to avoid potential furture guard/lever conflicts in event of an impact to the guards...they tend to move a bit under duress.
I just cut out the center of the handgrip (not the whole end), then rolled the rubber grip up the throttle tube to expose the end, and then cut the very end of the throttle tube off. You'll want to loosen the screws on the throttle tube and slide it away from the handlebars before you cut the end off.
I need reviews about the Viking Bags dirt saddlebags. I guess I could not add the link of the product here but it is named as Viking Dirtman Medium Black Dirt Bike/Enduro Saddlebags. Any suggestions, Reviews, Personal Experiences?
On the hunt for a small gas can that will provide me a little fuel “just in case” I came across this gas can on Amazon. It fits perfectly in the case I have attached to my rack. I can fit 2 of them inside. The cans are rated for water, fuel or oil. Plan is to get a second one to use for...
I bought one of THESE from Amazon for $20.
I found a great place on the handlebar to mount it, and it works great. It has some rubber vibration dampening, and it is rock solid after a 50 mile ride.
Good, alternative for those of us who are cheap!
A week ago, I fitted the JNS headlight for the TW, the “black” version. It arrived promptly, well packed, and had everything you need in the box to get going — so far, so good ….
It’s noticeably heavy for a plastic lensed light, probably due to all the internals, but gives the appearance of...