Make budget for springs and emulators up front, and something for the rear suspension as well. Suspension probably gives the best bang for the buck of any moderately priced mod. Worth more than most "performance" mods to the intake and exhaust, because you can ride around at 40MPH or 80MPH, and either way, you can feel the diffenrence, plus, I see you are in Dallas, so, ya know, big 'ol potholes!
ISO Grips should be mandatory on a Road Star!
Last Edit: 2012/05/31 21:25 By jd750ace.
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