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04-02-2014 10:51 PM
Wolfie Just keep yer eyes open....they come up like once/month.....



04-01-2014 05:42 PM
jcryan1988 no problem
04-01-2014 05:38 PM
Yankee Thanks JC! It's a pretty old post, but at least it has some great pics for reference. Hopefully I can score one in due time. Thanks again...
04-01-2014 11:55 AM
jcryan1988 Yankee: I can't find the exact seat anywhere on the internet. It does not look like Mustang makes seats for the VN750 anymore but I could be wrong. I did happen to see a post here on the vn750.com forums though, someone on here has one for sale. According to the post it is a Mustang Regal Wide Touring seat. Looks just like mine. Here is the link: https://www.vn750.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20723
03-31-2014 08:28 PM
jcryan1988 Hi Yankee, yes the seat is amazing. I am not sure where the seat was purchased because this bike came with the original seat, and the mustang seat. I decided to keep the Mustang seat and try to sell the original. I will look tomorrow and see if there are any other numbers on it. Thank you Wolfie you are awesome. I am sure i'll be throwing you my number soon lol.
03-30-2014 10:55 PM
Yankee Hi JC, where'd you get that Mustang seat? I've tried searching for that model # to no avail. No VN750 seats listed on their website either. Is it as comfy as it looks?

Jeff
03-30-2014 10:09 PM
Wolfie If theyre baffled....no need to rejet....you can even run without the belly as long as baffled, w/o rejetting....or, you can keep the belly, and run debaffled...

The Goats Belly is a premuffler/mixer/balancer....it lives just above your centerstand, below yer battery....a big, ugly VERY heavy unit....if you do the same simple mods that many here have done, the bike will run better, sound better, and be lighter....

PM me with yer email and phone if ya need help.....

Yer only like 160 miles from me too (about 2 hrs)...so if ya need some work/help...lemme know....I used to run out to Danbury all the time....



03-29-2014 07:30 PM
jcryan1988 PM SENT!
03-29-2014 07:23 PM
Mcneuby
Sportster Mufflers

If you decide to go with sportsters, I have a set that I was going to use but never did. If you are interested PM me and we will work something out. They are in real good condition. Taken off and replaced with Screeming Eagles when the bike was new.

Mcneuby
03-29-2014 06:23 PM
jcryan1988 That's awesome Wolfie! I was looking at complete exhaust systems, but they are way to much money for me to think about spending right now. I have a lot of learning to do, what is a belly? I would love a deep sound I think it would be awesome. I talked to a friend of mine a while back about doing exhaust stuff and he said I should ask experienced people if I would have to re jet my carbs, would I have to worry about doing that with those mufflers?
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