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hello,

Europe/France, the Fury is annouced for october, i m waiting.....

i have few questions :

- which parts are plastic ?

- i m tall 6.16 (1.88 m) , is it good for have a good position and travel few hours ?

- when you ride, where do you put disk lock ? or something like that....in Europe we use a U.
or you have nothing for protection except the steering lock.

thanks, and let's ride...
 

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Major Plastic parts:
Headlight shell and rim.
Speedometer housing
2 right side engine covers
1 left side transmission cover
both side covers
4 cylinder head side covers
1 cylinder head front top cover
Front fender
Rear fender
Radiator cover
Air cleaner body and cover
Rear Taillight assembly

That's a lot of plastic, but the bike still weighs > 600 lbs.

Some taller people say that the reach to the footpegs is too short, I'm 5'8" and the reach is just a little bit too long.

Also, a disk lock works fine I carry it in a separate pouch.

(A .44 isn't going to help you if you're not there or if there are 3 of them similarly armed and ready)
 

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Hello France! I am six feet four inches, with an inseam of thirty six inches, (inner thigh to ankles) I would like the forward controls moved more forward three inches, the handle bars are perfect for me. Riding more than two hours would
be uncomfortable I think, as this bikes suspension is hard even at it's lowest setting. It is , however, fun to ride around town and I get MANY compliments on the appearance of this motorcycle.
 

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Everybody in Texas has a gun. If ya outlaw guns then only outlaws will have them. But then again argueing about guns in Texas is like argueing who's better Gordon or Earnhardt lol.
 

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Everybody in Texas has a gun. If ya outlaw guns then only outlaws will have them. But then again argueing about guns in Texas is like argueing who's better Gordon or Earnhardt lol.
I think the point is , the guy is is in France! weapons used here will not do much good there, I don't think it is legal to own guns there. He is asking for an alternative to a handgun to protect his bike, understand? Sheesh!
 

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thanks...

yes, gun is impossible in France !!! i cannot imagine.

disc lock ok, but when you ride...where is it ? on you can be dangerous

6.16, position will be ok
 

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I think we all understand that this guy is in France and they dont allow guns there. A few of us were just saying what we use here. We understand, Sheesh!!!!!
 
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