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Pictures of My Ex-Bike

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'02 Vstar 1100 Silverado Classic

Yamaha Silverado Medium Windshield *
Yamaha Studded Hard Bags *
Yamaha Studded Seat/Pillion *
Yamaha Sissy Bar/Pad *
Yamaha Luggage Rack
Yamaha Chrome Windshield Lowers
Maxair Flamewires replacement power cables
Cobra Slash Cut Slip-on Pipes
Arlen Ness Radius License Plate Frame
Electrical Connection Taillight LEDs
Pro-One Taillight Grille
Timberwolf Leather Tank Bib
Pro-One Pullback Risers with Tachometer
Custom Clock
Custom Passing Lamps
Ace Leather Sissy Bar Bag
Custom World Driver's Backrest
Yamaha/Corbin Studded seat with concho
Yamaha Ball-Milled Air Cleaner Insert
Yamaha Front Fender Rail
Yamaha Chrome Battery Covers

* included standard with the Silverado package

 

Here's a shot of the full bike from the side.  You can see the Cobra pipes, but to hear them, click here.

Here's a full shot from the back.  You can see the tach, license frame, taillight grille and sissy bar bag.  The bag is the Ace Leather "Spoons" Large model, but I didn't like the spoon concho so I replaced it with a round star concho.

Here's a closer shot of the rear so you can see the license frame and the grille. 

 

 

Here's the front of the bike.  You can see the windshield lowers (really eliminate head buffeting) and the passing lamps I put together.  For more details on the how to do your own passing lamps, click here.

Here's a shot of the cockpit where you can see the very cool tank bib (the stock bib only has studs on the pocket flap -  I had him add studs all the way down), the riser/tach, and my custom clock. 

Here's a close-up of the tachometer.  For tips on installing the risers relative to cable positioning and length, click here.

Here's a closer shot of the clock that I made.  For complete details on how to make your own, click here.