- Nov 14, 2012
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- WASHINGTON ST lakewood
Very cool...welcome to DCT club! One thing I have come to appreciate, when offroad in manual mode, is how EZ it is to shift while standing on the pegs!!!!Thank you! your bike looks very nice, i also use the same seat pad on my dct. Some people know that i had a customer come in that just had to have my old nc700, so i sold it to him. i have always had a hard time getting and keeping dct model on the show room, that is one reason why it took so long to make a dct plate. SO I FIXED THE PROBLEM AND BOUGHT ONE. with tracs bags, sw motech case guards, winch, new rear fuel tank, and lots of other cool parts, also going to make a left hand brake system,off of the parking brake, for slow speed, and down hill braking, like walking along side the bike, and still having rear brakes. dale
Interesting statement as many dealers I have talked to won't order DCT afraid they won't be able to sell it...........i have always had a hard time getting and keeping dct model on the show room, that is one reason why it took so long to make a dct plate. SO I FIXED THE PROBLEM AND BOUGHT ONE........ dale
I have two stores and have aways had a hard time getting standard and dct models. i only have one standard left and cant get anymore for the 2014 are released, that means a couple of months with no nc700 at all to sell. sometimes i can get them from other dealers. We offer a lot of parts for the nc700, and dual sport rides that i put on. And i ride almost daily. My other street bike that i got in june now has 31000 mils on it, i have only had the new nc for three week. thanks daleInteresting statement as many dealers I have talked to won't order DCT afraid they won't be able to sell it.
VERY NICE, looks much better. i should of thought of that. thanks daleAfter I finished installing Dale's DCT skid plate over the weekend, I noticed the reused shift motor shield had a screw mount point for the original "under cowl". I thought about just cutting it off, then maybe mounting something to cover the shift motor. THEN it occurred to me that I'd never be re-using the original under cowl again, so I just kept slowly carving it down to fill the space between the skid plate and the mount point. I left it a little long so I could tuck it in to prevent it from catching wind and hold it in. The original screw holds it in place.
Can't do this if you are saving the original parts in case you want to take it back to stock someday, but it's not a bad option otherwise. Here's lots of pics so you can determine if the mod is for you.
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Here is his postI am interested in a skid plate, but I dont see anything in the vender section. Can you direct me to where I can purchase one?