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    NC700x convert

    15 years of riding sportbikes and I finally converted over to riding a bike comfortable and better mpgs for commuting.

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    Welcome to the forum!

    You have a nice looking NC. Get out and ride it!

    JT

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    What saddle bags are those?
    - StratTuner
    NC700XFJR1300

    "If you don't understand him, and he don't die young,
    he'll probly just ride away."
    - Willie Nelson

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    Senior Member NC700x convert dduelin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratTuner View Post
    What saddle bags are those?
    Givi Keyless E41.
    Dave

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    Welcome and congratulations on owning the nicest rolling bike I've ever been on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dduelin View Post
    Givi Keyless E41.
    Yes, and I've finally figured out how to split open them. Lol.

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    FYI, everything on the pictures came with the bike for a whooping price of $3350 with 36000 miles..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricerooster View Post
    FYI, everything on the pictures came with the bike for a whooping price of $3350 with 36000 miles..

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    WOW that is one heck of a deal! Congrats.

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    I also have a Harley and a Can Am. So to me the NC is a sport bike. Perspective is a funny thing. What's weird is I once owned pretty hot Ducati. I'm just as fast on real world streets on the 750XD as I was on the Duc.

    A track is a different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy da vig View Post
    I also have a Harley and a Can Am. So to me the NC is a sport bike. Perspective is a funny thing. What's weird is I once owned pretty hot Ducati. I'm just as fast on real world streets on the 750XD as I was on the Duc.

    A track is a different story.
    Track days were fun for sure and there's nothing more amusing on twisted roads than catching up to a bunch of squids on thier sportbikes on the NC. If Household 6 approved I'd have the NC and a dedicated track bike.. Lol. My last sportbike that I sold for the NC was a 2011 Kawasaki ZX10r Guhl tuned and track ready.

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