So I bought a nice 2013 Vstrom 650 yesterday. As near as I can tell, it has heated grips, maybe a Day-Long seat, crash bars, a bolt-on kickstand widener, an aftermarket windscreen, hand guards. And a centerstand. Is there anything else I can look for on the bike to identify after market mods the previous owner did? By all appearances he set it up for a super touring bike. Given everything else I have a suspicion he might have done the suspension, but don't know how to check. I did plunk it into the Suzuki recall thing - no open items so stator is done? That said, I'm compiling a list of things I may want to consider doing in the future. This will all take a few months to get rolling since, you know, just bought a bike. First up, for me, is probably swapping the seat - this saddle is more comfortable than anything I've ever ridden, but I really want to plan both feet, and I'd prefer not to lower the bike. If that doesn't work, I keep hearing about dog-bones? Google shows inconsistent results, some people claiming it'll ruin the bike, others saying it's OK. My experience was with a lowered NC700, where the owner didn't change the kickstand, so it fell over if you looked at it. Second thing is looking at bags - GIVI hard mounts, or Kriega strappies? I'm inclined to a Kriega 30L or similar honestly, usually hate bags. Third is that some people have suggested a skid plate and fork braces. These look pretty cheap so may be higher than #3 priority. Fourth is, honestly, probably ripping off the grips and handguards. I'm finding them a bit annoying, and in winter I just wear winter gauntlets. The funky double-decker screen may also come off for something a bit more sleek (I AM ALLOWED TO PLAY PRETTY PRINCESS DRESS ME UP SOMETIMES) Any other suggestions on things to consider, or check, are really welcomed. Not my first bike but is my first V-strom, and so far I've been really impressed.