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    Question Phone mounts

    for what it's worth, you should engineer a "hood" around right left top sides so that it shields the thing from the sun. There's no point in mounting it if you can read it in bright sunlight. I'm posting pictures of the one I made for GPS. It's a cell phone with NO Sim card, and it runs tom...
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    Question Recommended windscreen for NC750S?

    I can recommend making your own out of a piece of Lexan. That worked best for me. Also, look up "Dale's nut plates" on this board. They allow you to bolt the windscreen on more securely. Buying one, you might try... the discussion found [HERE] also, it's a good idea (not just for this...
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    Highway Pegs

    The link (and pictures) are in post #25 [HERE] or on Amazon [HERE]
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    Oldbie....gone full circle

    good to have you back!
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    Easiest way for extra lighting?

    https://www.nc700-forum.com/threads/mounting-help-for-mini-led-light-bar.13943/post-197338 see [HERE] I've attached lights to the front by bolting a angled flat bar under the "beek". That's the L shaped aluminum flat bar. Purely flat introduces to much bouncing on the road. I had to cut the...
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    Hi from The Netherlands

    Here, in Southern California, it's been a long hot summer. 'Rode around in 114 F (45.5 C) one day just so I could say I'd done it. Now it's 45 F, (7.2C) and I ride around to enjoy the cool feeling again!
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    Hi from The Netherlands

    I've owned both the FJR1300, and the NC700X. Welcome to the boards. There are good people here ready to help.
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    It's a little DIY, but this setup worked well for a long time! see [HERE] for pictures and details. The good thing about it was that the PVC structure would accept just about any set of bags you could find.
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    Question Rear Carrier and Top Case

    I've used [THIS] approach on three motorcycle, first with the NC, and it seems to work well. The items cost more in 2020 than they did in 2015, but they work. Video that shows it attached and lighted (extra work) may be found [HERE]
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    Riding attire?

    I've had a good experience with the following items for all sorts of weather. Two jackets work well, and I carry both with me all the time now. (I'll put links to each item, but searching by name works.) Jackets Hot: Tourmaster air intake 3.0 Cold: Tourmaster Transition 4 Pants Hot: Mesh...
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    How many miles have you put on your NC 700?

    Thanks for the interest.... [THIS] was a memorable trip...it has the most photos. The cross country ones just don't have the documentation the trip to Omaha had.
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    How many miles have you put on your NC 700?

    Wow ... i'm sorry i didn't see this post sooner! I will site search this forum and find the camping trips... in case I fail, here's a template for sightsearching ANY web site. Just plug in your own site URL and key words and you're off.... google often does a much more thorough search of the...
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    How many miles have you put on your NC 700?

    125,000 miles before one of the transmission gears wore out. ($1000 repair estimate.) During that time the only engine part that "failed" was the coolant pump. That NC is gone now, but it was/is my special all-time fav. Two trips across the continental US and back, as well as many other...
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    coming up on 100K...

    I will post details and preparation photos just like the last big road trip I took... That turned out to be the last big trip for my NC, and it's worth looking at... I'm not sure that I'm worth meeting, but wow thanks for saying so. (smile) the link for that post is [HERE]. edit: I just...
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    coming up on 100K...

    I now ride a Yamaha FJR-1300. Ever since reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance as a teen, I've wished for shaft driven, road ready, touring machine. Reading about the "Iron Butt Rally" also helped in that choice. I can still hit all the camping places I ever went to as they were...