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Semper Fi , Sea Dog,,,Retired Us Marine Gysgt here,,just got my metallic blue Fury, still live outside Camp Lejeune and it turned some heads today,,,I have all the normal accessories, sissy bar with pad,,cobra street sweepers, spoiler on its way,,along with decals, put the windsheild on and tool bag,,came with chromed rims but they took them off and put factory rims on it til new rims come in,,was a hair line crack.
 

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Semper Fi , Sea Dog,,,Retired Us Marine Gysgt here,,just got my metallic blue Fury, still live outside Camp Lejeune and it turned some heads today,,,I have all the normal accessories, sissy bar with pad,,cobra street sweepers, spoiler on its way,,along with decals, put the windsheild on and tool bag,,came with chromed rims but they took them off and put factory rims on it til new rims come in,,was a hair line crack.
Cool Gunny, Wheels are on my big time wish list, .....:D
 

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lol,,i was pissed they were messed up, but only had today in a week to ride,,so Im adding my stuff, waiting on my decals,,I uploaded some to my album,,im new to this forum,,so im not even sure my pic posted on my avatar yet
 

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pipes. every bike needs pipes. then lights but those are still on the to do list
 

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Great question Sea Dawg and I love seeing all the great and interesting mods everyone has done to there rides. I'm still pretty far behind the rest of you guys because I tend to hold out and wait for all possible options to become available. This bike is still considered fairly new to the after market world and as you can see by the proof of more and more choices and options that are now becoming more available each and every day. This season should be the coming out for a lot of new toys and great options choices from the aftermarket world for the fury. Sometimes its hard time to justify some of costs of many of the modifications and that's when the competition of the aftermarket world really gets very interesting and it is then we as consumers will benefit by getting the true value from each purchase. I am really looking forward to this season available options!
 

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Best mod so far..
  1. Samson pipes was the best
  2. grips & levers
  3. chrome wheels (get's most attention now)
  4. C & C Seat, that is the most comfortable seat ever...
  5. Cannella riser, very relaxed reach now.. (Thanks to CenCal Fury for letting me sit on his bike and trying it out)
  6. LED turn signals, Muth & RAW. really cleaned up the looks

T:D
 

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Best Mod - removal of passenger seat, lol
Best Looks - Spike Intake .... gets most attention

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Larry, what spike intake did you go with? Weighing out my options now toward a spike intake and looking for any helpful input. I remember seeing a twisted spike one within the forum but can't seem to now find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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Larry, what spike intake did you go with? Weighing out my options now toward a spike intake and looking for any helpful input. I remember seeing a twisted spike one within the forum but can't seem to now find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Dave .....
Check the links below. The twisted intake you're talking about is probably the D&M spike which is the first link and is over $500. The second link is the one I have which is an Ebay special for about $125. and looks outrageous but was a little more difficult to install (not that I installed it).
Anyway, take your pick .... good luck bro!

Larry

D&M Custom Cycle - DM-425

Spike Spear Cone Air Filter Intake Motorcycle Harley : eBay Motors (item 380208645058 end time Feb-21-10 05:37:55 PST)
 

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I recently bought the Fuggin 90 degree air intake,( no I didn’t install it either ). Shop told me that when it warms up, they will take it for a ride and that more than likely, the Fi2000 will need adjusting.

Why are the D&M’s so dang expensive. I think they look good, but come on, there’s not that much there. I don’t know much about air intakes but there must be a reason.
 

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I recently bought the Fuggin 90 degree air intake,( no I didn’t install it either ). Shop told me that when it warms up, they will take it for a ride and that more than likely, the Fi2000 will need adjusting.

Why are the D&M’s so dang expensive. I think they look good, but come on, there’s not that much there. I don’t know much about air intakes but there must be a reason.
Do you need a aftermarket controller or will the factory one be ok?...:confused:
 
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