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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 12:51 PM Thread Starter
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Pics of SissyBar, Luggage rack-installed

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Those of you out there that have the touring setup, can you show me what your tail end looks like with the gear installed??
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 12:54 PM
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Those of you out there that have the touring setup, can you show me what your tail end looks like with the gear installed??
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Not sure if you need bags (touring?), but here is the sissybar and luggage rack setup:




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You can hang bags mounted on detachable EZ Brackets off those two bolts on the bracket behind the shocks.
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Same setup as mine they do look great don't they.

Has anyone fitted the chrome finish radiator cover?
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This is my bird with the granddaughter relaxing in the Aussie sun
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Same setup as mine they do look great don't they.

Has anyone fitted the chrome finish radiator cover?
Here is a couple of photos of my 2012 Storm with the chrome radiator cover. Unfortunately I'm separated from my bird by work commitments at the moment so these are the closest shots I can get for a couple of weeks.
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It's always interesting to see others expression of our Bird. This is a first that I've seen a chrome radiator cover on the Storm.


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Its the first time iv'e seen one fitted.
Finishes the front off nicely when matched with the engine bars.
Might have to talk to the finance manager
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Is that a stock detachable sissy bar with luggage rack? If so, what is the luggage rack extension you have on there to accommodate a larger top luggage and how did you fasten it on there?
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