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Old 07-21-2019, 07:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default I'm NEW '11 Stryker New Exhaust and BatWing?

Hey all, im brand new to the group and just picked up my stryker this pasted saturday. ive been looking around and want to get a few things but having issues finding anything decent or that is a guarenteed fit.
I want a Batwing faring with radio.(either included or bare to add to it)
and a new exhaust, it has stock right now. but im wanting to go a little louder. i liked the Vance Hines staggered slash but cant find any anywhere. im not too into the look of the curved or 2 into 1 look.
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Welcome to the Stryker forums and congrats on the new ride!



I just got my stryker a month ago and I had a similar issue with finding parts. I was lucky to find the vanes and hines staggered slash on Amazon for about $600.



I was never into putting fairing on my bike, but I see lots of others who sell them used.



I say just keep an eye out, the parts are definitely available. A few months time, you can get them.
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Welcome Jrobeson17, good to have you on board, so many choices, so many opinions. :-) I went from a Gold Wing to a Stryker so a fairing was a must. I went with the mini bat wing fairing with stereo and speakers from https://www.tsukayu.com/QuickDetacha...ngforDyna.html and a Cobra Swept exhaust with Kuryakyn Hypertech intake (and of course Ivan's Flash). Love all of them. Best of luck.
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Welcome. Good luck on the search.
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Thanks guys! AZ ive been looking at that faring just unsure about the site, looks sketchy. but its plenty loud enough and clear at highway speeds?
i called V&H exhaust is on back order. time to place a order and wait.
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Thanks guys! AZ ive been looking at that faring just unsure about the site, looks sketchy. but its plenty loud enough and clear at highway speeds?
i called V&H exhaust is on back order. time to place a order and wait.
I normally cruise to work at 70 MPH and have had it up to 80 MPH and the stereo with a mini USB drive is plenty loud. The CD doesn't work worth squat due to vibration. Also, if I did it over again I wouldn't get the Bluetooth handlebar controls as the volume on my cell won't go high enough at highway speeds. I'm 6' tall and am running the medium size windshield which allows me to look over the windshield but all of the air flow is redirected over my helmet. Quite comfortable. Hope that is of some use.
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Hey AZ STRKR, what tail light do you have? I've been wanting to get rid of the rear fender.
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yeah AZ helps a lot im 5'4" so i think a 5" tinted would be good. and if its too tall ill have it cut down
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yeah AZ helps a lot im 5'4" so i think a 5" tinted would be good. and if its too tall ill have it cut down
Awesome, look forward to seeing the end result.
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Hey AZ STRKR, what tail light do you have? I've been wanting to get rid of the rear fender.
I love the look of the "cleaned up" tail with the 240. The tail light replacement is a Blaster X, here is a link to one of the web sites <https://www.customled.com/products/2011-2012-2013-2014-yamaha-stryker-integrated-led-tail-light>. It is very functional yet still looks good IMHO.
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