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Some pics of my black fury. Hope this works cuz Im clueless on how to post pics.

Looks good, I am still waiting on my sissybar to come in. Any trouble putting it on?? I heard you have to drill thru the fender, just doesnt seem like Honda to make the owner drill thru the fender to put it on especially for a Genuine Honda part. Looks good though, doesnt take away from the bike..

I have the black one too.. Got new Arlen Ness mirrors ordered and waiting for pipes to come out..
 

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Took me about 30 minutes to install the sissy bar. Remove seat and fender, turn fender upside down and you will see the x marks to drill. Bar looks great on the bike just wish it was a lil taller. Wife says bar rubs right on her belt with no back support but she agrees that it looks good:D
 

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Ive been to busy riding it to take things off of it. Man this bike is AWESOME:D Probably would look better without the reflectors.
 

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Took me about 30 minutes to install the sissy bar. Remove seat and fender, turn fender upside down and you will see the x marks to drill. Bar looks great on the bike just wish it was a lil taller. Wife says bar rubs right on her belt with no back support but she agrees that it looks good:D
Are the holes you drill under the rear seat so if you take the sissy bar off you do not have empty holes, or are they outside the rear seat so that once you drill them, you have to use the sissy bar or go with holes in your fender?
 

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What are you guys using for a switch to control your LED's???
My LED's have a remote to turn it on and off. It also has a couple of nice features like strobe and breathing, makes it look like the bike is snoring when its on this mode. Its a pretty cool feature.

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Are the holes you drill under the rear seat so if you take the sissy bar off you do not have empty holes, or are they outside the rear seat so that once you drill them, you have to use the sissy bar or go with holes in your fender?
I'm hoping someone will answer this. If I get the sissy bar and decide I don't like it will the stock back seat cover the holes needed for the sissy bar?
 

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I'm hoping someone will answer this. If I get the sissy bar and decide I don't like it will the stock back seat cover the holes needed for the sissy bar?
The rear seat will cover the holes if you take the sissy bar off.
If you want to go solo seat however, you will have the holes exposed.
I was thinking this part might cover the holes if you wanted to go solo seat, but I dont know for sure.
 

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The rear seat will cover the holes if you take the sissy bar off.
If you want to go solo seat however, you will have the holes exposed.
I was thinking this part might cover the holes if you wanted to go solo seat, but I dont know for sure.
Either that part or you can screw spikes in all the holes :p
 
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