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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-20-2009, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know of any Kawasaki fairings and hard-sided bags that are available? Kawi made them some years ago just for a short time and called the combination the "Tour Package" I believe.
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Yes they did, and they do not make them anymore. There are seveal amoung us that have the fairing, or the bags, or both...(or the entire package, fairing , bags, bag rails, front fender, etc...)

You can find them showing up on ebay once in rare while, but you are more likely to find someone here who has them putting them up for sale if they are selling their bike.

There are a few who have fitted old Vetter windjammer fairings to the bike, and there are a few companies that offer hard bags that can be adapted to fit the Vulcan.

But as of this moment I do not know of anyone selling these items. Sorry.


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Here is a link to some economically priced hardbags at $115/set. http://www.mutazu.com/products.php?c...=10&s=prod.php
Sloppyburpfest has a thread here with installation directions and a whole series of pics. https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9851

The Muzatsu GA, LN and FY series are a good match for size on the VN750.
They are all about the same height and length, but the GA is the thickest at 7 1/2" but has no built in tail or turn signal lights.
The LN is 6 1/2", and the FY is 5 1/2 " thick, and both have additional lights.
I personally would get the biggest bags I could find, and add the lights myself.


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Originally Posted by Knifemaker View Post
There are a few who have fitted old Vetter windjammer fairings to the bike...KM
Wow, haven't seen one of these in a long time. I had one put on my very first bike, a Suzuki GS 450T. Really liked it ~ both the bike and the fairing.


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