How many 8th generation owners here ?

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  1. 01ragtop

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    Nice. It looks a lot cleaner in the after picture. It's subtle but better.
     
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    I wonder if the Honda saddlebags would still fit as the muffler seems a bit higher. I like the blacked out lower fairing.
     
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    UK, not sure about the others.
     
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    I will claim #20 :)
     
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    That makes me 21 - lets all go celebrate and have a brewski :cheersaf:
     
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    It's beer-thirty somewhere :drunk:
     
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    Number 22 I'm guessing gotta get rid of that muffler !!![​IMG][​IMG]


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    Guess that makes me 23.[​IMG]


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    @jhenley17 what's up neighbors? How did you make out in this "Great Flood" ?
     
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    I must be no 24 then
     
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    I lucked out. I have an older house built about two feet high and we only got about a foot or so of water in the yard. I rode the bike and all the cars through a few inches when it started rising, but it never got too bad. Just about everyone I know down here got some water, though. How about you?


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    @Jhenley17; we were good no water house or yard. My brother in Central got water bad, been dealing with that. Been here my whole life seen a lot of flooding never even close to this bad.
    Sorry for thread jacking
     
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    25 is here
     
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    26 here...
     
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    27 here. 2014 standard in red. The VFR is a bit of an adjustment from the last bike I rode, a 1973 SL 350.
     
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    28!


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  17. James Bond

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    Have a sister n law in Watson that flooded, two 2nd cousins and two 1st cousins in Denham Springs that were completely flooded. I don't live there now but grew up there. It's a good place to see really bad weather.
     
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    Central took it the worst in EBR Parish; but LP had 80% flooded
    3 coworkers on my shift couldn't even get out of the Pariish to get to work. Everyone, either flooded or knows someone who did.
    This is going to be a long recovery.
     
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    a buddy of mine already sold/traded it in. Bought it, put on a whopping 320 miles, and was looking to sell it. Asked me, only wanted $6900 for it. ended up trading that and his Harley in on another Harley. Not the first one he owned, either. Had several in the past.

    got a chunk of change as inheritance. He's going through it pretty well.
     
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    That I would imagine that it would be. Have Fun with it. I am still getting used to mine. 1850 miles on it and I am getting advise from this group on suspension adjustments on the rear. If you want any advice on the standard ,get a centerstand on it. Prices range online from $80-127 and I had my dealer install. The install was the pricey thing at 1.5hrs shop time but in total $230 and willsave you in time doing your own oil changes and Chain maintenance. It is also about as much as wheel hubs and a pull up stand in cost. Take care and welcome.
     
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