De-badged, Dropped 3", John's Kit forward controls, Pro Series Hypercharger (with red LED inside), PCIII USB, HK 3" Straight Staggers, Saddlemen Profile tattoo seat, Chilhowee tank bra, OEM Bag Supports, luggage rack and backrest.
Last edited by ORBrit; 05-23-2008 at 12:24 AM.
Iti has been well documented on how to get the warning sticker off the tank. How do you get the Suzuki sticker off of the rear fender and for that matter the C50 emblems off the side covers?
What brand/model of driver's backrest is that?
Last edited by paperlady; 05-27-2008 at 02:23 PM.
not the best photo but one of the lastest
well our bikes are stock the only motor things we have done is have the pipes
rebaffled a place over here cuts out the stock rear buffle and replaces it which lets the bike breath better giving a bit better power and mileage
other than that the bikes are really the same just diffant tank, fenders, handle bars, so really it comes down to the look you like.
the c50 is the the harley look with out the price tag and the wife loves the
c50 feel and look and the ''c'' has heaps of extras you can put on unlike the
''m'' i suppose if we got the colours over hear like the usa gets i might have a ''c'' too
but my ''m'' i also like it is just that bit differant feel ''sporty'' and i like the alloy wheels than the spoke, the tail is also another thing i like and the smaller front gaurd. i have put floor boards on only i like my feet flat than on pegs but as far as crome the sissy bar is about it
all in all ''I'' think it is just the look you like
p.s. now the sissy bar is on i think back to the look of the ''m'' as a single rider
it looks great too, i think they call it '' a bobber '' ?
the wife and i want to do the coast of queensland on the bikes we think it would be great done in a car but on the bikes well.
Last edited by Elvis; 05-30-2008 at 05:56 PM.
Taken this week:
2008 Suzuki B-King. Two Brothers Racing pipes, Pazzo levers, carbon turn signals
If everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.