Just be careful with buying accessories. It's very easy to get bitten by the bug. Spent a lot more in accessories than cost of the bike.
Engine guard is the first thing I'd put on it, which I think you have done already. Personally, I go with the thickest single-union bars I could get, so I got the Cobra Fatties. I saw live a guy get t-boned by a car at slow speed. His legs were spared by the beefy single-union engine guard, which was bent by the force of the hit. Paladin bars (batwing style ones) would not have protected his legs, I guarantee you that. T-bone was only at 10 mph, enough to destroy a male's leg upon direct contact.
Thinking about what could have happened to the guy's leg without the thick engine guard gives me chills. I'm sold on thick beefy engine guards. I even put rear engine guards and beefy fiberglass bags just in case. Well, the bags are also very useful as I mostly ride with my girlfriend and they look great on my Retro.
Tsukayu VTX hard bags & Tour trunk, Saddlemen touring seat with backrest, NC custom windshield, Risers, LED lightbar, Engine guard LED lights, Cobra fatty guard, Rear engine guards, Fender rail guard, Leather tank bib, Passenger floorboards, 12v socket, ISO grips WITH bar weights, Engine chrome, Triple tree cover, Shaft cover, Fenders chrome, Progressive forks & 12.5 inch shocks, All Balls mod, Chrome clock, Adjustable trunk rack
Last edited by EuroDude; 02-10-2017 at 06:47 AM.