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post #11 of 21 Old 10-23-2017, 03:35 PM
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Is the plural of Vultus Vulti?
Vultuses?

Gathering of the Vulti?

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Is the plural of Vultus Vulti? Vultuses? Gathering of the Vulti?
Actually, grammar was not taken into consideration, just the "catchiness" and first thing that came to mind.
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Almasy what is the white dashed line area just in the center of your dash under the windscreen?
It looks like it could be a row of LEDs, but it could just be a photo artifact too.
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Cool.
The dashed area below that in the picture you posted is that a special dash cover or is it stock?
I forgot to look at mine when I went to work this morning.

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I noticed the tunnel you went through had lighting, if it had not been lighted, say pitch black, how well would the vultus lighting have performed? Would you say the stock lighting is adequate?

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In the dark, I find that the low beam does not offer enough for cornering. I added fork mounted Clearwater driving lights and that made all the difference. They shine about 30% with the low beam and then go to 100% on high.
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Another Gathering of the Vultus (3rd in a series) accomplished. Present were Eternallydamned, Almasy, and yours truly. We joined up with the CSC Motorcycles Meetup group and took a 160-mile Circumnavigation of the San Gabriel Mountains. There were freeways & backroads, straightaways & twisties, deserts & mountains, and uphills & downhills. It was an eclectic collection of 10 bikes, 3 of which were our NM4s. Nobody in the rest of the riders had ever seen an NM4, much less, 3 of them together. They were impressed with the looks and were surprised with the specs. Someone started to call it a scooter and was quickly and sternly corrected. The sun was out and the weather was perfect for riding.

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Man I wish I didn't get that flat tire! It would have been great to ride with all of you.
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I'm crying inside for years now since my last ride. RIP #54 01/26/2015, 6 months, 10,000+ miles... Wish I could join you brothers soon. Ride safe!
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