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Hello all, have been lurking and checking out your site since I picked up my new to me '99 Vstar 650 Classic back in Early-Mid June...

So far looks like you got a Great site that I can enjoy for alittle while, and hoping I can get my current mods done, so I can get in some riding before I put it up for afew months...
 

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Welcome to the forum from over here in Northwest Illinois. Great to have you on board and look forward to seeing pics of the 650. Post often and ride safe.
 

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Thank You Kindly Old V Star Man, still getting adjusting the Knuckle Beach Bar, gotta pick up some new grips, and then get the lighting reassembled before I take any pics... I work late, and 7 days a week currently, so I gotta get up the motivation to get out there early to play with it somemore... Its my first bike, and still trying to learn how to ride, but I got some of the basics down...

Ride Safely Brother, and Enjoy the Wind for me would ya!
 

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Hi Dragon, welcome to the forum. Theres a lot of 650 owners here that are very willing to help and answer all of your questions. Just a suggestion and being your first bike, get a good quality repair manual. They are priceless when it comes to repairs and upgrades. Ride safe and post often.
 

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Hi Dragon, welcome to the forum. Theres a lot of 650 owners here that are very willing to help and answer all of your questions. Just a suggestion and being your first bike, get a good quality repair manual. They are priceless when it comes to repairs and upgrades. Ride safe and post often.
Definitely Great Advice for a Newbie to have, and I Thank You for the suggestion Keith Brother! Though I'm new to Motorcycles, I grewup wrenching, and I learned a longtime ago that when buying any vehicle used, its always best to pick up an Owners Manual, a Chilton/Clymer/Haynes Repair Manual, and if cost effective, then also the Factory Service Manuals... So first purchases after I bought my star, was an Owners Manual, and a Clymers manual... Cheers Brother, and Enjoy the Wind!
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