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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-01-2017, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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Here is a walk around of my bike
An 08 vstar 1100 custom bagger
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-01-2017, 07:12 PM
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Very nice. Watched the YouTube walk around as well. Quite a bit of mods on that baby! Great intro. Welcome to the forum.
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Very nice. Watched the YouTube walk around as well. Quite a bit of mods on that baby! Great intro. Welcome to the forum.
Thanks... its a complete budget build... still not done... tho are they ever really?

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post #4 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-01-2017, 07:21 PM
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Very nice for being on a budget! I am looking to add a Memphis Shades batwing to my 950 this year, and maybe next year I'll get the hard color matched bags. I'm just looking to upgrade in baby steps. I'm on a major budget at well! Ha!
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Nice... there are alot of faring options to choose from... wish i had known i would of gone with a full on custom one... for about the same price...

08 vstar custom with
stealth faring
4x 5.25 pioneer 3 ways
2 x (6x9) 3 ways in the bags
pioneer headunit
daymaker led
gangster front fender
highway pegs
crash/engine bar
relocated turn signals
curbslammer rear fender
j and p cycles tail light assembly
roadking 5in streched hard bags
cobra longshots extended 13in
(one baffle removed)
custom pegs, mirrors,
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I'm with my fellow 950 owner, YamaMassgirl in welcoming you to the forum BA. Great intro and great looking bike. Fairing looks great along with the bags, and you're right, are they ever really done? Ride safely!


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Very nice for being on a budget! I am looking to add a Memphis Shades batwing to my 950 this year, and maybe next year I'll get the hard color matched bags. I'm just looking to upgrade in baby steps. I'm on a major budget at well! Ha!
This was a very slow build took 1.5 years... still need bars/cables.... and then next "winter" (in cali, so the short rainy season) i wanna hit the engine with a bunch of upgrades...

08 vstar custom with
stealth faring
4x 5.25 pioneer 3 ways
2 x (6x9) 3 ways in the bags
pioneer headunit
daymaker led
gangster front fender
highway pegs
crash/engine bar
relocated turn signals
curbslammer rear fender
j and p cycles tail light assembly
roadking 5in streched hard bags
cobra longshots extended 13in
(one baffle removed)
custom pegs, mirrors,
shifter, brake pedals
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Good looking bike. If you don't mind, how'd you run the power for and memory for your stereo? Mines all mounted up just trying figure out the easiest and best way to do it. Also if you ride 2 up does the passenger have any issues reaching their pegs with those bags on it?
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Good looking bike. If you don't mind, how'd you run the power for and memory for your stereo? Mines all mounted up just trying figure out the easiest and best way to do it. Also if you ride 2 up does the passenger have any issues reaching their pegs with those bags on it?
Power is run to the headlight fuse... you can directly tap into the wire if youd like... at first i had just directly to the battery and would remove the face when not riding as to avoid a drain... and as for the bags... i got the passenger peg extensions... theyre like 40 or 50 $$ and they shoot the back pegs forward a good 3-4 inches... just enough room for my old lady to sit comfortably... thinking i might get her some mini floorboards tho just so she has more foot positioning options...

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Power is run to the headlight fuse... you can directly tap into the wire if youd like... at first i had just directly to the battery and would remove the face when not riding as to avoid a drain... and as for the bags... i got the passenger peg extensions... theyre like 40 or 50 $$ and they shoot the back pegs forward a good 3-4 inches... just enough room for my old lady to sit comfortably... thinking i might get her some mini floorboards tho just so she has more foot positioning options...

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Good idea on the fuse, I was lookin to tap into the wire but i like that idea better. I didn't realize they made extenders for the passenger. The new bags i have there is no way she can sit comfortably. Thanks for the quick reply.
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