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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-01-2007, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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Look what i just did :D *PIX*

got rid of the stock horn holder and the kawasaki emblem, i think it looks a lot better.







and a random pic of my exhaust



and my broken turn signal.... my dads fault



thats it.... lmk what u think

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I am going to check that out tomorrow. I like that.

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I am going to check that out tomorrow. I like that.
it took 10 min. all u do is take the reflector out, drill out the hole, cut out some for the wires and put it back on.... u will have to extend the wires on the right side

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Looks good

So that's what the SuperTrapp's look like on the Vulcan.
I had one on my XR dualsport bike and on my current KLX bike, and really like the sound. How do you like them on the Vulcan?


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Looks good

So that's what the SuperTrapp's look like on the Vulcan.
I had one on my XR dualsport bike and on my current KLX bike, and really like the sound. How do you like them on the Vulcan?
i have a 94 xr 250L dualsport awesome bike. they sound good on the vulcan. got em for 20 bux... cant go wrong lol

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also just did this....... which do u guys like more?




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i like the all chrome... no emblem

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i like the all chrome... no emblem

yeah, me too. I think I'll go the same route.

Don't know about the horn relocation and losing the holder though...it does give the bike a certain edge. Maybe it'll grow on me and end up doing it.

By the way, what did you use to take out the emblem ?
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Those emblems peel right off, just use a little bug and tar remover and get it started with some fishing line if it is on there too snug......

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i just lifted it up w/ a screwdriver, make sure ur careful not to scratch it tho. it took a while to get the sticky stuff off

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