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Okay here it goes, I hope I am not breaking any of the rules. I bought my 06' Warrior off the showroom floor 12/30/06. I have already had the exhaust changed V&N BShots, PC III (& custom map), and K&N Filter installed (paid a shop to do it). That said I have not even put 200 miles on the bike yet (weather here has been cold and icy). Moving along, I want to start doing MODS. some of the ones I have been seeing are pretty elaborate (but awesome). I have a machine shop so I am pretty mechanical but not when it comes to motorcycles. I dont want to start with anything too difficult. I am sure their must be some kinda order (dont get new paint and then decide to chop the rear fender). Can someone give me direction where on this site I could go for more info. on mods (technical and opinion). >>>>
Should get into the 40's today maybe I will bundle up and RIDE finally.
HEY Carknee your site is AWESOME, and Thanx
 

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Also look up geeky travis aka Shag (travis is a geek ) Again a great summary of mods to do with pic's.

Welcome to the forum i see you already have a great start with the mods.

Now lets see some pics whe are addict's for pic's
 

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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new bike. As far as there being an "order" to mods, there really isn't one. The best suggestion I can make is think about what you want to do, and have a plan. You should plan your mods with the end in mind, that way, when you are done, you don't have a mish mosh of parts and mods that may look good as individual parts, but don't go together as a whole package.
 

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Welcome!I would suggest getting a second mortgage on your house or a third if you already have a second,or maybe selling a kidney on the black market.That should be enough to get you started![/emoticons/emotion-4.gif]
 

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Welcome aboard, if you start with the little things the big things become very easy, on the reverse if you do all big projects the little details is what sets the big things off....theres a point here somewhere (besides my head)...start small you'll enjoy it more and learn your bike in the process.
 

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Welcme and congrats on the bike. Take it slowly with the mods at first, after some riding time you'll get to know whether you want looks or performance type mods, there's generally some kind of trade off between the two.
 

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I should have some pic's this week in my gallery. Just ordered fender eliminator kit and Radiantz Frame. Money>>>>> well ya cant take it with ya, but my wife may not like riding my bike with the 2 kids hangin off the side to Disney[8D] this year. I'm gonna have to use my plane ticket money for some perfomance mods. HeeHee[/emoticons/emotion-2.gif][/emoticons/emotion-2.gif]
 
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