Lets see if those work...
About its size and speed, yes I understand it's limits, which is why I would like a bike that runs comfortably at 90mph. But as I am sure many will attest similiar... I am 220 pounds and I rode my 650 vstar at 90mph today flatland =p. I have no problem keeping up with the big bikes on long rides. I just want to be more comfortable in the process, and not feel like the bike wants to blow up when we want to pass cars lol. It is definitely most comfortable around 70-75mph. Above 80 feels like it is kinda stressing it. But it has seen 95mph.
I bought it with purple LEDs installed with a switch. They are under the gas tank. I minimized the amount and spread of the LEDs to just light up the chrome a bit. I don't always use them, but its fun sometimes. The purple grew on me. Looks way better than it sounds.
It has V&H exhaust put on it... I put on the fork gaiters, did some spot painting, the blinkers, the air filter cover, and replaced the mirrors. Oh, and the foot rests got replaced by cheap pegs after a drunk accident. I still need to replace them with something nicer. They look fine though.
The exhaust makes it brutally loud with its smaller engine size around 80mph lol. That's where its like, it would be cool to be riding a larger bike growling smoothly rather than a murderous bumble bee on a loud speaker. But I also like it because I believe it helps with safety concerns massively.
Sounds real nice at lower speeds though.
I love my bike, small or not. Ill probably want to wait til I can afford a new bike rather than sell it to upgrade.