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Old October 29th, 2008   #11
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Default Re: What are your 3 favorite farkles?

GPS, highway pegs, passenger backrest.
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Old October 29th, 2008   #12
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Default Re: What are your 3 favorite farkles?

12v Accessory Socket (or Battery Tender dongle w/adapter plug)
HeliBar risers
McCruise Control
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Old October 30th, 2008   #13
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Throttlemiser

Heated Grips

Spencer Seat Mod.

Then a full tank of gas and some cash in the wallet to stop
for a yummy lunch while out playing in the twisties!
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Old October 31st, 2008   #14
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Rich's seat
Autocom
PIAA 910's

Does anyone know if Dick Seng is still making the PIAA brackets?
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Old October 31st, 2008   #15
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Default Re: What are your 3 favorite farkles?

Vista Throttle Lock
Rick Mayer Custom Saddle
My homebuilt "Highway Footpegs"..... see them in the "All Albums" section.

Those are the top three.... I also like the bar risers, and my wife really likes the passenger backrest.

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Old October 31st, 2008   #16
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HID Low Beams
Sargent Saddle
Linda Tanner Tank Bag/Rally Book

Honourable mention: Givi Top Box/MC Cruise/Zumo/2610/GXM30/heated grips/J&M CB2003/ZumoCFRG/Police Switch/Ron Smith Aux Fuel/Linda Tanner Cell Cover/Risers/VStream/Gerbing Socks/PIAA 600 Aux. Lamps/Maplight/Ron Smith Dash Shelf/Bel RX65/Mrs Andy ;-)

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Old October 31st, 2008   #17
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1. Zumo 550 with GXM-30 XM radio and traffic info
2. StarCom1 Advance
3. Corbin seat (custom stuffed)
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Old October 31st, 2008   #18
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Default Re: What are your 3 favorite farkles?

I would like to get a good custom seat and also believe it would really helps extend the fun. I have checked with 3 shops in the Phoenix area for a custom seat they seen to make them for choppers only. Not so much for long rides.I see Sgt. seats and such but how do I know it would be better then what I have.http://www.st1300.us.com/images/smilies/235-[Mad]-[EmoticonKing_com].gif

At 6'-4" I would like to rise my bars and lower foot pegs, did find some on motorcyclelarry.com but it seems his business practice is not good would like to find Heli-bar Riser plate not for ergo but for use.

I have good CB/communications system so that you can talk to my riding buddies and passenger plus my I-Pod.

THANK YOU ALL for responding to what others ask it good to see what others are doing, Piper180
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Old October 31st, 2008   #19
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Default Re: What are your 3 favorite farkles?

Hard to pick a favorite ... I think my top 3 are

MCCruise cruise control
J&M2003 CB w/XM Radio
Heated Corbin Canyon seat w/heated handgrips ...

Heli risers, top trunk and Garmin 2610 GPS comes next ...

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Old October 31st, 2008   #20
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Heated Grips (along with the plugs for my heated clothing).
Zumo 550 (a device that has truly liberated my riding experience).
HID Hi and Low beams (AWSOME!!!... don't need no stinkin' auxiliary lighting any more...)

After that, it would have to be Sargent seat, Multivex mirrors (saved my butt a couple of times), my very LOUD Stebel air horn (saved my butt a couple of more times), GIVI top box, Clearview windshield, LED's, etc. All in all, my ST has been and continues to be an outstanding ride.... due to farkles... LONG LIVE FARKLES!!

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