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Highway Hawks on. Yamaha XVS 125

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Hi everyone. I am a newbie to the forum. The names Paul, 34 from Uxbridge UK. New to Motorcycling and own a Yamaha XVS 125. I do have a couple of queries but wanted to introduce myself first. 

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Hi and welcome to the forum

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Hi Paul, welcome to the YIC.

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Hi Campaman, Hi Slice. How are you guys? I am sorry but I am new to all this so you will have to excuse me and sounding like a bit of noob. Thanks for the welcome. 

I have a couple of questions guys and would appreciate some help. I recently purchased a Yamaha XVS 125 2004 model. It is in great condition. 1 previous owner. I am using the bike for commuting (I am a mature student) and to start enjoy biking, to learn about motorcycles etc... I am looking to do my DAS around April but probably wont be able to buy the bigger bike until September next year due to funds. 

I bought some Highway Hawks which I found on eBay. Can I fit these without the need for a rejet etc..? Any tips on fitting the slip ons? 

I am 5ft 4" and would like to add some Ape hangers narrow if possible. Obviously not gigantic ones but do you have any advice as to what size and what I would need to do to cables? Where I would purchase that stuff? 

Thanks for any help you can give me. 

Appreciate it. 

Paul

 

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Hi paul,  ask questions in the workshop section or general etc,  as the posts in here get buried by new members welcomes ,,

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