No. and you can't really fit a S1K seat on the GT, because I think the way the seat connects with the tank is different on both bikes.is there a seat cowl for the gt,and if not would a sport classics fit?
looks nice, Nimi. But that's a steep price tag.GT pan, S1K cowl, custom upholstery, paint and fabrication. $900.
Speaking for myself only as a GT owner. I should have gotten a Sport instead of the GT, but then I would probably be trying to make it more comfy.looks nice, Nimi. But that's a steep price tag.
kind of random question that I've never seen asked on this site, and not directly pointed at you, Nimi, but I've seen quite a few instances of GTs that are modded to end up looking pretty damn close to a S1K biposto... (clip-ons, cowl, wheels, sometimes tank...) As a matter of fact, wasn't Ciccio's bike a GT and now it looks JUST like a sport?
I'm genuinely curious as to why you guys didn't get an S1K to begin with... is it the shape of the tank? the grey/green color?
don't get me wrong, I'm all for it. I think your GT looks badass, Nimi. Just seems like a lot of effort to end up close to something you could have gotten from the get-go. No?
take off seat strap, make 2 90 degree brackets, attach them to seat strap bolts in seat base, and to lugs already on cowl,, you will find the cowl sits a couple of inches back on the seat but! this is a good thing more roomso as I see it chuckatlarge hat a GT with a cowl,what changes were made to do this?I really like the look of the sport tank,will that fit a GT than Ill need a sport seat too.Im trying not to be to old for the GT ,unfortunately the calender dont agree,but hey it aint no harley.