950/990 Adventure Mods


The articles in this index are created by members and other enthusiasts from around the World to show off improvements and/or modifications to their beloved 950 and 990 Adventures.

Flannymobile (Video Series)
Hilsamer's Bike Prep
Making of a Long Distance Mount
Double Your Range
Another Option for Long Distances
The Safari Tank
Twin Rear Rally Tanks
Inside of a Stock Muffler
2 into 1 GPR Exhaust Prototype
Leo Vince Installation
DYI Clutch Cover Protector
Oil Pressure Gauge Installation
Rekluse Auto-clutch
Accossato Master Cylinder
950 High Fender
990 High fender
GPR V2 Steering Damper
Scott's Steering Damper
Emig Steering Damper & 20° Offset
SW MotoTech Crashbars
Happy Trails Crashbars
Crashbar Stud Mount Upgrade
Touratech Skidplate
'03 Swingarm Reinforcement
Custom Centerstand
PABiker's Sidestand Relocation Kit
Givi Softbags
Replacing Gobi Locks
Electronic Cruise Control For The 990
How to Re-Key Gobi Locks
Custom Bill Mayer Saddle
Symtec Grip Heaters
Symtecs With Micro-switch Control
Heat-troller for Grip Heaters
Cyborg's Touring Screen Options
Cee Bailey 13" Windscreen
Yellow Pig's Cutdown Screen
K2M's Rally Replica Screen
Duke II Mirror Upgrade
Stebel Horn Upgrade
Hawke Chain Oiler
Scott Chain Oiler
PowerPegz Pivoting Footpegs
Highway Pegs
Pastrana Handlebars
19/17 Wheel Conversion
PIAA 510 Driving Lights
PIAA 912 Driving Lights
HID Headlight Conversion
Shorai lifepo4 Battery Upgrade
Electical Panel
SportingWood's Air Filter Conversion
Blue Sea Auxiliary Fuse Block
SportingWood AF Conversion

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