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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-02-2018, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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Pictures From Our Adventures

130 miles home from the dealer. What a beautiful machine, but it's already due for a bath. There will be much more to come.
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I have the R version but honestly if the GS was out when I got my R I would have probably walked away with a white GS instead. I really think the GS will out sell the R.
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Hit the 186 mile mark, and per manual, let it run up past 6000rpm, sans full throttle. Completely different beast! I love it! Also had a little fun down some gravel and dirt. Solid below 30 mph. Didn't really push it past, because I don't have much off-road experience. Someday I'll learn to slide the tail.
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I have the R version but honestly if the GS was out when I got my R I would have probably walked away with a white GS instead. I really think the GS will out sell the R.
The R is the better machine if you aren't going down many washed out fire roads. I considered the Duke 390 briefly, but I'm glad I waited.

I found some mud today.
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I would have chosen the GS because im too tall and big for the R, but the R was about $2000 NZD cheaper at the dealer i bought from. And being my first bike and only being licensed for a couple weeks when i bought it, i didnt want to invest too much.

It looks awewome. Congratulations.
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Wondering if the small windscreen on the GS does a decent job of taking some of the wind pressure off your chest and if would fit a R?
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I would have chosen the GS because im too tall and big for the R, but the R was about $2000 NZD cheaper at the dealer i bought from. And being my first bike and only being licensed for a couple weeks when i bought it, i didnt want to invest too much.

It looks awewome. Congratulations.
Thanks man! The R is a fun little machine too. Reminded me of my Ninja 300, but better looking, and better components. And more torque.

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Wondering if the small windscreen on the GS does a decent job of taking some of the wind pressure off your chest and if would fit a R?
It does a decent job. I feel pretty protected behind it, and can even go into a tuck. If you want some more detailed pictures and measurements, let me know.
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I would have chosen the GS because im too tall and big for the R, but the R was about $2000 NZD cheaper at the dealer i bought from. And being my first bike and only being licensed for a couple weeks when i bought it, i didnt want to invest too much.

It looks awewome. Congratulations.
Thanks man! The R is a fun little machine too. Reminded me of my Ninja 300, but better looking, and better components. And more torque.

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Wondering if the small windscreen on the GS does a decent job of taking some of the wind pressure off your chest and if would fit a R?
It does a decent job. I feel pretty protected behind it, and can even go into a tuck. If you want some more detailed pictures and measurements, let me know.
Absolutely. Front, side and riders perspective pics would be awesome
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Wondering if the small windscreen on the GS does a decent job of taking some of the wind pressure off your chest and if would fit a R?
Better to add a tank bag to the R. You get storage and it takes the all pressure off your chest. Helmet stays quiet as well, always a risk when adding screens.



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Absolutely. Front, side and riders perspective pics would be awesome
I'm on it. Sorry about the delay.
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