Although the parts I got were not the ones you listed, I received a box of parts last week and installed them myself.
I got the passenger seat cover, Ultra sport windshield, Trunk liner, 12V accessory port, and the outdoor cover.
The funny part about it is that every part had warnings all over it saying that an authorized dealer MUST install all of the parts, and all sorts of bad things may happen if you install them yourself. (Insert the Lawyer talk here)
Even the OUTDOOR COVER had that warning on it!
I guess I will need someone from the dealership to come over and put the cover on for me.
The on staff attorneys at Can-Am have been working overtime.
I do wish a bit that bikes (well, Spyders, in this instance) were sold a bit more like cars, with graduated packages; from stripped to loaded......(ie: Honda Civics, from DX all the way to si).....since tools and I are best limited to spark plugs and oil/filter tasks.....it will probably best if qualified hands do the work.......... I just don't relish the whole installation/bargaining/prep/set-up price negotiations that are then factored into the purchase haggling with sales managers and so on. The original Saturn method of flat pricing was not a bad model, really.
Also: Good point about all the silly safety stickers and such. We live in such a litigous society that any dummy can say he didn't know that hair dryers shouldn't be used in the shower. (As if this sort would actually read all the warning admonishments) The labels should read: If you don't have a whit of common sense, don't use our product.....
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