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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-02-2007, 12:16 PM
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Like the other steve said,use fishing line. Works great,no scratches. Steve

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i still have to do the other side so im gonna try fishing line for that 1

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This is a pic of my R&R, but closer look and you see my emblem is a flat decal. I liked the the emblem but not the thickness of the origional.
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I like the look. I took my stock horns off awhile ago and replaced them with a repositioned Sybel 189db horn. I also had to replace one side cover and neglected to put the vn750 logo back on. I got that idea from "ken's custom VN750". I really like this bike but haven't been about to contact him. Hes on the Yahoo site.
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i have a 94 xr 250L dualsport awesome bike. they sound good on the vulcan. got em for 20 bux... cant go wrong lol
My XR was a '93, which, I believe, that year the dualsport was technically called a XL250R. I really liked it, but it didn't have what I needed for the off road fun I was more into at the time. It did alright, but some of the bigger hillclimbs were just a little too much for it, even after I changed the gears to be more off road friendly. But that slowed my on road top speed WAY down. It was pretty quick off the line, which I needed for most of the hillclimbs, just not much more speed after winding out around 45-50mph.

Oh, and the cleaned up sidecover looks good


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My XR was a '93, which, I believe, that year the dualsport was technically called a XL250R. I really liked it, but it didn't have what I needed for the off road fun I was more into at the time. It did alright, but some of the bigger hillclimbs were just a little too much for it, even after I changed the gears to be more off road friendly. But that slowed my on road top speed WAY down. It was pretty quick off the line, which I needed for most of the hillclimbs, just not much more speed after winding out around 45-50mph.

Oh, and the cleaned up sidecover looks good
ive had mine to 75 lol im into hill climbing but i have a little trouble on this bike bc its heavier than a regular dirtbike so i gotta be careful on what hill i take on lol

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