Burgman 400 with a Cozy
Big Tom
Posted 11/13/2016 1:27 PM (#91413)
Subject: Burgman 400 with a Cozy


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I wonder if this has enough power or would the 650 be a better choice?

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Woodyambison
Posted 11/13/2016 1:48 PM (#91414 - in reply to #91413)
Subject: RE: Burgman 400 with a Cozy


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If you are buying the 400 just as a tug for the money a 650 would be a much better choice, and of course your selection/circumstances will guide you. Best wishes.
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Big Tom
Posted 11/13/2016 2:40 PM (#91415 - in reply to #91413)
Subject: Re: Burgman 400 with a Cozy


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Not buying, saw the picture on FB and wondered.
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Sidewise
Posted 11/13/2016 7:45 PM (#91419 - in reply to #91413)
Subject: RE: Burgman 400 with a Cozy



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Big Tom - 11/13/2016 1:27 PM I wonder if this has enough power or would the 650 be a better choice?


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Al Olme
Posted 11/14/2016 12:49 AM (#91422 - in reply to #91413)
Subject: RE: Burgman 400 with a Cozy


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It's all about your expecttions. If yuou want a small rig to run out for groceries, take to breakfast or run a few errands, the 400 would do just fine. If you expect to take it on the highway you will be disappointed. I know folks who regularly run the interstates with Burgman 650 rigs and are happy. I've never seen a 400 driver who could say that.

So, decide what you want/need from a rig and then by accordingly.
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jaydmc
Posted 11/14/2016 10:30 AM (#91424 - in reply to #91413)
Subject: Re: Burgman 400 with a Cozy


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We have never done a 400 so I can not speak to it however we have done many 650's and people are very happy with them. By stepping up to the 650 you now have a bike that we make proper mounts for and there is a company that makes triple tree's should you wish to lower the steering effort. One of the companies that makes mounts for the 650 (not us!) puts the upper front mount in such a way that you can not use the front of the floor board area, so you can never put your feet out in front of you. We normally go with one of our least expensive sidecars the Kenna single.
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