I visited the Corbin Shop in Hollister and had them make a pilot’s seat for my NC700X. After riding awhile I went back to Corbin’s for a few adjustments. Rode awhile longer and then returned to Corbin’s for a third visit. The total time involved with the Corbin visits was over a 5 month period...
I have been using KTM Duke mirrors
I’ve been using KTM Duke mirrors on my V-Strom since 2012. It works fine for me.
I also fitted a custom tinted windshield on my Storm. I can’t locate a photo to post.
I did the front lift on my 700X. It was better than stock, but I also did not like the space between the seat and the flunk.
So I went to Corbin Seats in Hollister, CA and bought a Corbin front seat only for my NC700X. It was a lot better with no slope forward and more cushioning at the rear of...
Found a pair of nut plates
I received your message and I think I have a pair of nut plates in the garage. So I went out in the garage and searched through a couple of boxes of NC700 parts/accessories, and lo and behold I found one pair of Dale's 5mm stainless steel nut plates. :) So if...
I bought my 2012 in Santa Barbara in 2013
I know what you're talking about. I live in Pismo Beach and there is a scarcity of dealers here too.
I bought my 2012 NC700X non-ABS at Santa Barbara Motorsports in Goleta after they agreed to match the price I got from L.A. Cycle Sports...
I have a set of 5mm nut plates from HONDABIKEPRO. I'm using a different windshield and don't need them.
Make me an offer and I can send them to you.
I also have a set of OEM NC700 bar ends that I replaced with some BarkBusters and don't need.
Make me an offer and I can send them.
It's possible that you mounted the rubber Triumph fork boots without enough slack to accommodate the total travel distance of the inner fork travels during extension. And this caused the boots to stretch and tear when your fork was extended.
I have the plastic Triumph fork protectors and this...
YES. I would remove all removeable items from the seat pan. Takes a little time but beats trying to find missing parts when the pan is returned to you with the new foam and cover, and you want to immediately take it for a test ride.
You'll really like their seat, I do.