No cutting required (not even a scratch) just removal of the upper and lower fender mounts and running new lights which is a pain. Struts custom made by my somewhat local fabricator in Virginia.Did you cut that with the paint on it ?also where did you get the struts?
Beautiful.Over the last several months I fitted the new Scout fairing, installed hard saddlebags, and had a custom paint job done based on designs and a theme of my own choosing which resulted in a complete transformation of my scout sixty. Functionality is drastically improved and beyond the graphics I prefer the darker charcoal base paint rather than the factory light silver color. She may not be everyone's cup of tea, but she is mine and I love her
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None of the above for your first line of inquiry lol, but hey you can't take it with you when you go right.....Seriously, ( @dfresh ) having created a "solo touring / bagger" Scout, I'm eager to know many things:
How effective is the Indian Batwing - on the highway, etc ?
Being a "techie" , what are the allowances for mounting technology (including a sound system) into that batwing ?
Are the bags large enough to be usable for taking the laptop to work, clothes for a weekender, etc ?
As I understand it, a passenger pillion is allowed but not any kind of backrest or a two up top case bracket ?
Inquiring minds want to know..
The lids are good sized so I don't think there would be any issue with mounting a speaker on them.Ok, got it.. that seamless fitment IS a major factor in the overall beauty..
A backrest would have to "come off of" the pillon support structure..
What about speakers in those lids ? Any space available/appropriate?