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Good-Bye and thanks for the Info

I got a killer trade-in deal on the LT so I now ride a red 2009 Concourse 14 ABS.
6000.00 out the door after trade on a 2002 custom... Do the math.

It has been more than interesting discussing topics here.

Some of you will be missed.

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I got a killer trade-in deal on the LT so I now ride a red 2009 Concourse 14 ABS.
6000.00 out the door after trade on a 2002 custom... Do the math.

It has been more than interesting discussing topics here.

Some of you will be missed.

Visit my site for local area info: www.RideWNC.com

See ya!
Looking at the way you scrubbed the tires on your LT, the tires on that "14" are in for some tough times! Good luck and enjoy the ride!

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I got a killer trade-in deal on the LT so I now ride a red 2009 Concourse 14 ABS.
6000.00 out the door after trade on a 2002 custom... Do the math.

It has been more than interesting discussing topics here.

Some of you will be missed.

Visit my site for local area info: www.RideWNC.com

See ya!
Let us know what you think about the Connie. Conrgratulations on the new scoot.

I wonder who will NOT be missed?

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I think your wife will miss the LT :-)

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I got a killer trade-in deal on the LT so I now ride a red 2009 Concourse 14 ABS.
6000.00 out the door after trade on a 2002 custom... Do the math.

It has been more than interesting discussing topics here.

Some of you will be missed.

Visit my site for local area info: www.RideWNC.com

See ya!

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I looked at the same bike last week. I had previously looked at the FJR. Conclusion? Let's see, no cruise control, no heated seats, less storage and wind protection, lousy fuel mileage and no telelever, not a two up bike and no amenities. But you are right, it is lot cheaper.

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Congrats to ya on the new scoot. You're gonna love it. I ride frequently with my son-in-law who has a new Concourse...it is an amazing machine and probably underpriced by about $5k. Enjoy.

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I got a killer trade-in deal on the LT so I now ride a red 2009 Concourse 14 ABS.
6000.00 out the door after trade on a 2002 custom... Do the math.

It has been more than interesting discussing topics here.

Some of you will be missed.

Visit my site for local area info: www.RideWNC.com

See ya!
Enjoy your new Concours 14. I rode Kawasaki exclusively for 30 years prior to moving to the LT when they discontinued the Voyager XII. They make fine machines. I considered the C14 also, but the lack of cruise control was the deal breaker for me in addition to my wife really liking the LT.

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How does the Concourse compare to the ST1300 or GT?

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How does the Concourse compare to the ST1300 or GT?
There's a great comparison with the BMW GT in the August 2009 issue of Cycle World magazine. Unfortunately, it isn't very favorable to the GT. The Concourse won practically every category of the comparison and is literally thousands of $$ less expensive. Of course, the Concourse doesn't have a cruise control......

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Enjoy the new ride.

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Congrats. The Concours is a great machine. As I'm sure you know, you can add heated grips, seat and cruise control...and the final cost will still be thousands less than the nearest competition. Have fun with all of that power.

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I sat on one once, but didn't like the way I sat. Best of luck to you. You can still come to the forum you know!! I like to hear differing and different views.
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Looks like competition for the R12RT more than the LT to me.

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Not having a cruise control, heated grips and seat is not an excuse to overlook the Concours 14. It can all be added for less than $800.
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I looked at one at my local dealer a couple of months ago & the deal breaker for me was the lack of an O2 sensor. With out it will not get good fuel milage. Good fuel milage & electronic cruise control are a must for me. With out cruise control I wouldn't have a license for very long. I did like the bike. I have read somewhere the rear rack could use some reinforcement for a top case. What color is it Mike? The one I saw at the dealer was black & looked good. Hard to beat for the money enjoy!

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If I can't ride my LT, then I guess I can't ride.
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I like Kawasaki as a brand, alas the 2 dealers near me really suck, one being "Clueless in Burbank", the other being the infamous Honda/BMW/Kawasaki/Suzuki/etc... of Hollywood.
Reading your LT riding stories and seeing your Killboy photo I am sure you will love the Connie!

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There's a great comparison with the BMW GT in the August 2009 issue of Cycle World magazine. Unfortunately, it isn't very favorable to the GT. The Concourse won practically every category of the comparison and is literally thousands of $$ less expensive. Of course, the Concourse doesn't have a cruise control......
There was nothing unfortunate about the article to which you refer. Cycle World admittedly is content basing a good portion of their decision on cost.

I would be willing to bet heavily that if any of them had to do a continuous 1,000 miles in the saddle, they'd opt for the lighter, better appointed, GT, and along the way appreciate the better wind protection, fuel capacity, heated seats/grips, ESA,...and oh yes...cruise control.

OP enjoy the Concours, it is a nice machine. Let us now how you like it.
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Go in peace.. wish you all the best! Hope you keep riding!
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I want pics.....

And I do think the new connie is a beauty...

be safe and dont stop posting.. Love to hear how trouble free and outrageous she is....

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I have nothing but Good things to say, so far.
On order:
There is an AudioVox cruise system, but I am happy with the Throttle lock like the one on my VFR... So there is 13.99 spent for cruise.
I dropped 60.00 for a Cortek mini magnetic tank bag. It is on its way.
I will place all the electronic farkles in the tank bag. Since the Connie has an accessory jack I can hard wire the bag with power and just plug the bag into the jack.
No splicing the harness or adding circuitery.
So in the bag, I will have my GPS, Passport x8500 with the Legal Speeding blue tooth, XM Radio to my ChaterBox and ChatterBox charging wire.
This set up can quickly move my farkles from the Kawi to the VFR, by just unplugging from a cigarette lighter.
I will be replacing the seat with a Sargents dual heated... 800.00
Givi has gotten 132.00 for the tail rack so I can swap my Monokey trunk from the VFR to the Connie.
I haven't looked at heated grips, yet. But there is no way that they cost more than what I paid to get new BMW grips.

The wind protection is real good, but I am only 5'10 190lbs.

As for comparo, It may compare to the GT. Definately not the 1200RT. I often ride an '07 RT and I found it to be slugish. The LT is a better bike than the RT...IMHO.
The nearest BMW shop is two hours from here. I already travel that for the Ducati...Not doing it for two bikes just so I can have an overpriced german toy when there
is a decent Suzuki, Kawasaki, KTM, Aprilia shop ten minutes from home.

The ABS brakes on the Concours are fanominal!
Exceleration is - DAMN! - Of course, I have not gone past 5K, yet. Couple more days. 6K in OD is 120MPH with 6K left.

The foot pegs are very easy to touch down, but to do so the bike is extremely laid over.
The wife was chasing me today across the Cherohala, she mentioned that the luggage was very close to the ground at full lean.

With a 190 rear tire, my selection will be outstanding with all the liter sportbikes running that size.

We made one final trip on the LT Sunday to the casino in Cherokee. After riding it through traffic and parking lots... Any bike is better.

With the added Givi trunk, my storage is close to the same if not more, since I don't have a CD changer.

It was kind of sad leaving my LT a dealership, but in the long run I have a more functional bike.
Easier to maintain... Hell, I can see the oil filter and the filler hole.
The three year factory warranty. What a three year warranty?

There is only one main item that all of my bikes have except the Concours 14... Outside temp gauge.
I know, what are they thinking? They tell me my tire pressure but not the temperature.
I want to know how cold it is at 5000 feet in August.
I am working on a solution for that.

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Congrats on the new wheels Mike. I say I'd look good on one of those, my wife thinks not.

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Good luck! hm...what looks better japanese plastic or german plastic! I'll take german plastic

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That is a beaut! Let us know when you have a final drive problem. Better yet, don't wait until then to let us know how things are going or we'll never hear from you.

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There was nothing unfortunate about the article to which you refer. Cycle World admittedly is content basing a good portion of their decision on cost.

I would be willing to bet heavily that if any of them had to do a continuous 1,000 miles in the saddle, they'd opt for the lighter, better appointed, GT, and along the way appreciate the better wind protection, fuel capacity, heated seats/grips, ESA,...and oh yes...cruise control.

OP enjoy the Concours, it is a nice machine. Let us now how you like it.
I guess it's all in the interpretation. I didn't mean to imply the GT isn't an amazing bike, because it is and the article clearly expressed that. The point is, it basically lost in the comparison to the Concours and it wasn't just about price, to quote "There's no question that the K1300GT is an impressive piece of Teutonic engineering that dazzles with its all-around performance. But in JUST ABOUT EVERY AREA of on-the-road significance, the Coucours either equals or surpasses it." No mention of "for the money", etc., the Coucours was just regarded as a better bike. Having said that and having ridden the Coucours, I would probably still buy the GT because I'm just not a Japanese bike guy and I prefer BMW's, regardless of the price.

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Love the color, it looks good. I'd love to ride one someday. Interesting you find the RT "sluggish" coming off an LT considering the RT is the quicker/faster of the two. It's certainly not a competitor to the Concours though. RT = lighter, more nimble and the better tourer of the two. Concours = high speed with the emphasis of sport-touring definately on SPORT.

Very nice bike..enjoy!

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I guess it's all in the interpretation. I didn't mean to imply the GT isn't an amazing bike, because it is and the article clearly expressed that. The point is, it basically lost in the comparison to the Concours and it wasn't just about price, to quote "There's no question that the K1300GT is an impressive piece of Teutonic engineering that dazzles with its all-around performance. But in JUST ABOUT EVERY AREA of on-the-road significance, the Coucours either equals or surpasses it." No mention of "for the money", etc., the Coucours was just regarded as a better bike. Having said that and having ridden the Coucours, I would probably still buy the GT because I'm just not a Japanese bike guy and I prefer BMW's, regardless of the price.
Right, but it's always hard for me to agree with them simply from the standpoint that I spend long days in the saddle. Therefore, wind protection, fuel capacity, and ammenities all play a larger role than they do in the cursory rides Cycle World does for an evaluation.

Nevetheless, the Connie is a great bike.
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I haven't had the opportunity to ride the new Connie but had the old style for ten years and loved it. The only problem I never solved was that it cooked my legs in the summer (the heat was nice in the winter). The engine & drive train were bulletproof! Hope you enjoy the new ride. For long distances and for two up, My LT is da BOM!

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