- Low Boost
- Posts: 121
- Joined: Jul 13th, 2019
- Location: Greeley, CO
- Bike(s): 2018 H2 SX SE, 2008 Hayabusa, 2004 FJR
- x 209
- x 47
- Posts: 321
- Joined: Apr 23rd, 2018
- Location: Pompano beach,Florida
- Bike(s): Too many to list!
- x 8
- x 61
U do have the 1000 ninja ABS, which has detachable bags, very
Similar to the H2SX, that would be “Sport/Touring “,
And in the “Touring/Sport”end, u have the Concours 1400🤨
While quite heavy, it does have a stout engine! And
Very comfortable!...but I guess if u only have one bike that has to do it all, make it fit your needs.
- Pressure Building
- Posts: 81
- Joined: Sep 16th, 2018
- Location: Saint Charles, MO
- Bike(s): 2018 H2SX SE
- x 12
- x 23
Oh geez. I forgot all about this feature of your flash on my last trip. Averaged about 35mpg in Full. I will have to try out the Low setting on my next trip!!
- Tony Nitrous
- Low Boost
- Posts: 113
- Joined: Nov 10th, 2018
- Location: Brisbane
- Bike(s): 8 Suzuki’s
- x 39
- x 44
Some for looks, some for performance, some for comfort.
I don’t see motorcycles as “one size fits all”.
If the mods I do to a bike make it more suitable to what I’m after, and don’t ruin another desired feature they are a bonus.
I like 200hp, I like handling, I like comfort, I like the extra features.
Yes, I may mod my SX, but there’s nothing I’d trade it for I wouldn’t want to mod.
Far from not understanding mods, I don’t understand folk who think a bike is perfect and can’t be improved on in any way.
All the parts and mods listed in the original post are available for a reason.
You might not want to but them, but to others they may make a better bike.
- Medium Boost
- Posts: 371
- Joined: Sep 8th, 2019
- Location: Seattle
- Bike(s): 2018 H2 SX SE, 2011 ZX-6R, 2017 Z125
- x 187
- x 138
Nothing is perfect or just right for you, from the factory. Make it yours.
2018 H2 SX SE
2017 Z125 Pro
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