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Congrats, very nice looking bike. Suspension is a good place to start on upgrades otherwise your new bike looks like it may very well have quite a few upgrades.
 

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Welcome to the Forum and congrats on a nice old school ride.
 
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Great looking bike, I've got an 03 RKC and those colors with whitewalls can't be beat! Quick side note, how's it stop with just the one disk up front?
 

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An inexpensive safety upgrade would be to put Custom Dynamics turn signals on F/R, they're plug-n-play. Get the ergonomics right for your height, weight, and riding style. Then add a $300. pair of good aftermarket (not RF thru HD) speakers in the fairing and a $300-400 amp (utilizing the factory head unit) and you'll be set to ride. I agree with BH#103 about improving the suspension if it still has the stock components.

Congrats on the new bike and welcome from SW Florida.
 

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^^^^^ Like Jeff_S said...stock on the outside....upgrade suspension, upgrade both ends.., and LED turns Custom Dynamics, and rear brake light... bright ass light....and enjoy it!!! WOW what a ride!!
 

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An inexpensive safety upgrade would be to put Custom Dynamics turn signals on F/R, they're plug-n-play. Get the ergonomics right for your height, weight, and riding style. Then add a $300. pair of good aftermarket (not RF thru HD) speakers in the fairing and a $300-400 amp (utilizing the factory head unit) and you'll be set to ride. I agree with BH#103 about improving the suspension if it still has the stock components.

Congrats on the new bike and welcome from SW Florida.
An inexpensive safety upgrade would be to put Custom Dynamics turn signals on F/R, they're plug-n-play. Get the ergonomics right for your height, weight, and riding style. Then add a $300. pair of good aftermarket (not RF thru HD) speakers in the fairing and a $300-400 amp (utilizing the factory head unit) and you'll be set to ride. I agree with BH#103 about improving the suspension if it still has the stock components.

Congrats on the new bike and welcome from SW Florida.
An inexpensive safety upgrade would be to put Custom Dynamics turn signals on F/R, they're plug-n-play. Get the ergonomics right for your height, weight, and riding style. Then add a $300. pair of good aftermarket (not RF thru HD) speakers in the fairing and a $300-400 amp (utilizing the factory head unit) and you'll be set to ride. I agree with BH#103 about improving the suspension if it still has the stock components.

Congrats on the new bike and welcome from SW Florida.
I hope it’s enough with that Custom Dynamics running & brake lights
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Congrats. Welcome to the Shark 🦈 Tank from Texas 🤘
 
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Welcome to the tank! Great looking bike!
I would start with a new functional windshield

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