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New 950T owner from Mississippi

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  1. Numper5
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    Hey guys,
    I just purchased my second bike, a black 950T. It's got to be one of the best values around.

    This bike is a good bit heavier than my first, a Hyosung GV250 weighing about 375lbs, so I'm taking it easy. I'm really looking forward to getting to know this bike, I've heard lots of good things about it.

    Stephen

  2. tunc
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    well welcome to the forum and ride safe
    from downunder

  3. micg10
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    congrats on the new bike, you should enjoy it they are a very popular bike.

  4. retzdaret
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    Welcome from Georgia. Ride safe!

  5. Mondj
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    Great choice and welcome from Texas.

  6. quicgmicg
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    Hey guys, I just purchased my second bike, a black 950T. It's got to be one of the best values around. This bike is a good bit heavier than my first, a Hyosung GV250 weighing about 375lbs, so I'm taking it easy. I'm really looking forward to getting to know this bike, I've heard lots of good things about it. Stephen
    Welcome from Arizona....

  7. Goadlocger69
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    Welcome from Southern Maryland

  8. Shebhertezz
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    Welcome from Canada! If I can ride the 950 as my very first bike, with your riding experience you will do great. She is a wonderful bike. Great handling. I've never regretted choosing her.

  9. Numper5
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    Welcome from Canada! If I can ride the 950 as my very first bike, with your riding experience you will do great. She is a wonderful bike. Great handling. I've never regretted choosing her.
    Sweet! I hope to get either some highway bars or the hard bag bars in a few months... I need to lay low for awhile.

  10. zdarkuj20
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    Welcome from Tennessee! The 950 is a great bike and I know you will enjoy it.

  11. Cabri103
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    Welcome from Florida....You are gonna Love this bike!

  12. Shebhertezz
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    Sweet! I hope to get either some highway bars or the hard bag bars in a few months... I need to lay low for awhile.
    I wouldn't even ride the bike off the lot until she had her engine and saddlebag guards on. They have payed for themselves in saving me lots in cosmetic damages as I've dropped her 3 times from a stop (and yes once b/c I forgot to put the kickstand down...). Those two items should be the first things you buy for your bike IMHO!

  13. vakonman
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    I wouldn't even ride the bike off the lot until she had her engine and saddlebag guards on. They have payed for themselves in saving me lots in cosmetic damages as I've dropped her 3 times from a stop (and yes once b/c I forgot to put the kickstand down...). Those two items should be the first things you buy for your bike IMHO!
    Hey Shebhertezz,
    Do you have one of those clear plastic covers on your sofa? They also pay for themselves by saving on the cosmetic damages - but at what price? lol

  14. ylvrikhd
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    Ah, the plastic seat covers. I remember those on my Dad's 59 Ford Fairlane convertible. I believe you could start the engine with the static electricity you could generate by sliding across the seat.

  15. Shebhertezz
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    Hey Shebhertezz,Do you have one of those clear plastic covers on your sofa? They also pay for themselves by saving on the cosmetic damages - but at what price? lol
    No! I never have to worry about dropping my sofa!

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