Are the one's on ebay the official cowls from Kawi?
yes, but without the official Kawi priceAre the one's on ebay the official cowls from Kawi?
you seen em for '14 Ninja 1's?not bad
but there are smoother designs for cowls out there.
well then, it sounds like a good deal.yes, but without the official Kawi price
have you seen anything aftermarket yet? I've done a couple quick searches and all that comes up are OEM pieces.I have the official Kawasaki part and its a POS. Why?
Its heavier than the seat it replaces. Serious. It is.
Second, the bracket it uses. Mounted under the cowl. Its huge and takes up the slight storage space that was under the seat. The edges are also sharp so you have to be careful not to scratch the bikes bodywork. The strong bracket serves no purpose since you cant sit on it. It looks nice, but I'd recommend anything else.
some people just put the cowl for looks and swap back to the seat when necessary. Personalyl I'd get rid of the grabn bars, I feckin hate riding 2 up...why are there grab bars? not like anyone can sit on that..
I just rather spend it on a higher end bike and get more for my money, it's just me, that's all. Some people might rather do this.
Italian women are even worseI know what your saying, and I was there once. My cure was actually owning the dream bike. I enjoyed it, but MONEY was the key. Money, Money, and more money every 3000 miles. You pretty much had to do dealer service to preserve resale value, plus some of it was very complex. Not well suited to owners manual and basic tools. The 850.00 per year maintenance plan would have bought a lot of carbon. Plus, a lot of maintenance that did not even need to happen on other brands. Once I realized I could own two bikes for its cost, I was done. At some point you realize its a **** motorcycle , too, so why?
I coudl go on...there was also the ONE dealer to choose from, or a truck ride to Boise, Idaho.
I'm very ok with Japanese. Or German...No more Italy.