|Change out gas cap. Disliked the chrome. LOL!|
I had to have a bag but I didn't want to lose the look of the Nightster with too much stuff, so I bought a solo bag online from Garage Leathers. They were really good in answering my questions and delivery was within a week. I can't be happier. It has more room than most solos, sturdy, and does not flap in the wind. Putting it on was easy enough and I just kept to the directions and learned what a swing arm is *happy face*.
|Directions weren't so bad.|
|Check luggage off the list.|
Then there was the detachable windshield. Took awhile to say the least.....
Then I had to paint it, and black out most of it out. Not liking monograms, not even on my clothes or purses, the tank was painted over in gloss black. I like the flat blacks, but it seems that when I started looking around for inspiration, I saw an almost over saturation of flat black bikes out there. So I left it glossy, to stay in the over saturated of glossy black bikes. LOL.
Working on After:
|Not so bad so far. I'm happy.|
All in all, satisfaction is hitting me on this bike. Its been a lot of fun and I have enjoyed doing some of the cosmetics on it. Some day I will learn how to change the oil.
Happy Nightster Trailzzz...