My New 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14 - Second Ride
Well, here it is on February 22, 2014, and I got another great day to take
my new 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14 out for a ride ... this time, managed to
sneak a 30 mile ride in. This bike handles exceptionally well, and is very
nimble. I'm used to a large and heavy Vulcan Voyager, so this thing is
light and quick. Gotta watch that throttle though, it's fast!!! Nice ride
in temps approaching 50 degrees on several segments of the ride. Hang on
and enjoy the ride. This ride was shot with my GoPro Hero2 cam .. with a
chest strap mounting.
My New 2011 Kawasaki Concours 14 - HID Headlights and LED Running Lights Installed.
I just purchased and installed some great HID headlights (TRUHID) from
SoCalMotoGear in California, and I also installed two high powered LED
bulbs (194) from VLEDs in the running lights. I have run HID's in my
previous Vulcan Voyager, and my cars. I swear by the light output of these
things, and highly endorse both SoCalMotoGear and VLEDs ... have bought
products from them both in the past. If you're interested in any contact
info for them, please check them out on the Web. The HID's were extremely
easy to install .. basically a "plug and play". If you ever wanted to
reinstall your halogen bulbs, its just a matter of unplugging the HIDs and
reinstalling the Halogens. The LED running lights also were extremely easy
to install .. just remove the incandescent bulb and plug in the "194" LED
unit. My goal was to make my visibility better for other drivers to see me
coming, and at night here in upstate NY to see better (those damn deer just
love to run out in front of us at night). The color rating of the HIDs is
6000K. The LEDs are 5000K. Any questions, just leave me a message below.
2010 Kawasaki Concours 14
Kawasaki Concours 14 2010. The things the pro's don't say on the video. We
all want to know about the Bike, not the hype ! I'll be posting a series
of video's about the bike and the use. Good and Odd !
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Concours 14 kipass spare
How to use a RFID chip from a car key for a backup fob. Benefits of not
having to have it programmed, not using an extra memory space as the spare
is a clone of the original fob. In case of emergency your not stuck in the
middle of nowhere.
Motorcycle sound system - Shark Cycle Audio, 100 & 250 watt amp
Skip to 5:30 to get to sound test.
This was posted in response to another viewer's request.
This shows how I have the sound system installed on my bike, a 2008
Kawasaki Concours 14.
It also demonstrates the differences between the 100 watt and 250 watt
Shark Cycle Audio motorcycle sound systems. Both offer great sound. They're
both well made, and satisfying. While 100 watt amp is plenty loud, the 250
watt is just that little bit extra, and the sound doesn't get distorted
when the volume is all the way up. This means that 250 watt system can
actually be played a lot louder without the quality of the music being
The smaller amp is $60, the larger $117. Both come with two waterproof
speakers, mounting brackets, and all the cables and hardware you need to do
the installation. This install is VERY easy. It can literally be done with
only a screwdriver, and your bike's tool kit. The only thing I had to buy
were a couple bolts from the hardware store. Total time was probably 30
Check out my other channel, Exclusively about cars and bikes!
Concours 14 oil change in five minutes
This is a short video showing you how easy it is to change the oil on a
Kawasaki Concours 14. If my BMW K1200LT were this easy to work on, I would
still own it.
Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS - MotoGeo Review
MotoGeo rode the Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS thousands of miles to Texas Hill
Country to test its long distance comfort and cornering capabilities.
The powerful inline four-cylinder engine derived from the Ninja ZX-14
combined with touring technology, blend together to give this large sport
tourer an aggressive sporty attitude with a relaxed riding position.
Moto + Review = MotoGeo
Products used by MotoGeo:
Motorbike: Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS
Riding gear: Alpinestars - Valparaiso Jacket and Pants / S-MX 2 Boot
Luggage: Kriega - R30 backpack / US-30 Luggage
Helmet: Arai - XD4
Tank Bag: Alpinestars Tech Aero Tank Bag
Map: Bulter Maps
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