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post #1 of 5 Old 07-08-2017, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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Hello All,

First time rider here! I bought my friend's 2015 Street 750 because he replaced it for a 1299 Ducati. Anyways, I'm excited to ride this bike a lot! I'm thinking of getting drag handle bars because it seems more comfortable for me for some reason as my first mod. He already has aftermarket exhaust on it so it sounds pretty nice already.

I'm open for advice and tips for this bike especially in the mods department! Thanks!

PS: Check out my album for what the bike looks like
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A free flowing air filter and an FP3. Does wonders for the bike. But first you should ditch the mirrors and go with bar end mirrors so you can actually see something other than your shoulder.
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LZ is correct. If the previous owner didn't do anything about the mirrors you will probably want to get on that. There are a number of threads about mirrors.


I'm using the H-D extended stem mirrors, which move the heads of the mirrors out a bit to each side. The H-D bar end mirrors are also available as are a couple of different extensions that work with your existing mirrors.

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A free flowing air filter and an FP3. Does wonders for the bike. But first you should ditch the mirrors and go with bar end mirrors so you can actually see something other than your shoulder.
Which bar end mirrors do you recommend?

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I have the Bike Master Old School mirrors on mine. You can adjust the Angle of the Stems as needed. Had to reuse the original Tube Nuts from the factory mirrors.

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