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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-06-2010, 11:34 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: Kawasaki Fire & Steel Touring Package Parts

I am interested in any of the parts in the Touring package. I have a 94' Vulcan and I definitely want the dresser bar for the front fender, but possibly more if anyone has some for sale. My email is [email protected]. I live in NW Ohio. Thanks.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-06-2010, 12:17 PM
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Once in awhile some parts may show up on eBay, so keep an eye out there.
But be warned..... many people want the touring package, so they tend to go for top dollar.

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I missed you on the newbie check in, so welcome to the Vulcan madness. You are about 6 months too late for a touring set that bullwinkle had for sale. Someone here got the kit. Keep an eye out for slimvulcanrider. He is in the middle of a major mod and rebuild of his vn, and I think he is hoping to fit a Harley batwing fairing to the vn750.

The Kawi F&S fairing is frame mounted, and this has one disadvantage driving in a cross wind. According to David Hough in his book,"Proficient Motorcycling", when we start adding "sails" above the center of mass of the bike, like fairings, trunks, (aka top boxes), or even tying bags to the back seat, we increase the motorcycles tendency to catch the cross wind. A frame mounted fairing will always tend to push the bike away from the wind.

If a fork mounted windshield or fairing is so positioned as to place more sail area ahead of of the steering axis, a gust of wind will tend to steer the front wheel downwind, which will countersteer the bike upwind. Driving in a crosswind requires constant countersteering with a firm hand, to keep going in a straight line. Just something to be aware of, if you live and ride somewhere with a lot of wind.

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Thanks for the info, I appreciate it. Of the things I really want is the front fender guard. I think I can actually still buy that, correct? But if someone has a used one I would be very interested.
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Most of the Tour Pac parts are obsolete... here is a list of all the KF&S parts that were and are available for our bike... All the discontinued Items are in the back of the document. and your fender guard is in there as well.
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i have the tour pac front fender if your interested, still in box, never installed. been in closet for about 2 years. PM me with a offer if interested.





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i have the tour pac front fender if your interested, still in box, never installed. been in closet for about 2 years. PM me with a offer if interested.
Do you still have tour pac front fender?
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yes i do, send me a PM with a offer on it.







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I'am still new to Vn750. What is PM ? My e-mail address is [email protected]
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I'am still new to Vn750. What is PM ? My e-mail address is [email protected]
PM means personal message. Click on the name of the person you want to contact and several options, including sending a personal message will appear.

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