@Scout Party I installed one earlier this year. It‘s been a fun add-on for me and I use it mainly when I’m really getting on it or merging onto the highway etc. When your going WOT it’s a blast. It isn’t the smoothest when used during low rpm shifts imho and you need to be more deliberate when quick shifting to 2nd or tend to hit false neutral. The shift rod and sensor is a breeze to install, but pulling into the fuel injector under the fuel tank is a real PITA. I had a few moments I almost gave up and thought I wasn’t going to be able to do it myself.Out of curiosity, has anyone installed or is considering installing a quick shifter on their scout? Dynojet's is roughly $300, but I was curious to see if anyone has installed it on their scout and what they think of it.
which saddlebags are those, how are they mounted and are you happy with them?Earlier this week I went on a one day 590 mile ride on my Scout which is my longest one day trip yet. I also took her through 2 thunderstorms without issue; it was raining so hard during one storm that the water was flowing across the highway in one town and I couldn’t even see the asphalt. Finally, I made it 142 miles between available services and still had over half a galllon in the tank to spare. There’s nothing my girl can’t do 😎
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That's the reflection from my wall in the garage 🤣. If you blow the picture up you can make out the tools on the wall. ever since I waxed my bike with chemical guys butter wet wax it makes a deep wet shineWhat is that silver portion on top of the tank. Hand painted? Decal of some sort?
Had me fooled, too!
I'm still surprised Saddlemen chose to make a seat only for the Bobber and not for the regular Scout. Don't understand that thinking.Went out for a ride for a few hours today. First time riding since I installed the Joker Machine foot pegs. Extremely comfortable and a great choice in my opinion. Also my first time testing out the Saddlemen seat that I had to retrofit for the Scout. Still a bit stiff but overall it felt great. I rode for almost 2 hours before I first started feel a little uncomfortable.