If you've never done the road between Missoula and Lewiston ID, Hwy 12, try to fit it in. It is a great ride. April does sound a little iffy, weatherwise. Always an adventure.
Got a big black box on there now. Thats where my cruise control module sets. But yes there is a pretty big space there otherwisethere's a surprising amount of space by the tail light. i have my tire patch tools (rope plug & co2 inflator) and dash cam "head unit" there. short of cutting and re-shaping the under tray, i can't see getting more "headroom" there.
You won't be sorry to get it. I love it.I recall someone on the forum did indeed cut into the undertray to create a deeper storage area. I'm sure a search will dig it up. A Corbin solo Smuggler seat also adds extra storage too.
I for one keep a tyre/ tire battery powered inflator in the tail (USB rechargeable from the USB port under there too) and a "Crafty Plugger" kit in the D-lock tubular section to bang up any holes to limp home.
That said. Once I do go for Bees cruise control that may have to change. @Bees, still saving up and nothing out there seems capable of even touching your set up.
I did notice that this "red area" is pretty generous in length but, I'd like more space in the yellow area but I don't have the knowledge how to address this -how to make this as "OEM" as possible if these tool compartments are cut off. How to glue it back together with flush straight design without these extrusions, I'd need to get some fibreglass expert to take a look and see what can be done.
The other solution, Corbin smuggler solo seat sure does look good, saw some pics of Birds with it, I sort of dig the look, if those are out of stock maybe a local upholster can make one...
I can't find some more detailed pics of that smuggler single seat on a Bird, anyone have those?
The GTR's and Morimoto 2 strokes do as well. They were specifically designed to match the standard incandescent bulbs in all of the versions.Ok, I will record it. I bought them from Electrical Connection for my 2015 wing as they specialize in wings and they are in Knoxville, TN and all their stuff is made in the USA. I was so impressed with the lights that I asked if they would work in my CBR 1100XX. They said yes. The LED is the only one that I know of that mimics the led placement as having the exact placement of the old H7 bulb so the reflector works well with it. Also, anyone know of a quality DRL switch back kit for the front turn signals?
Will be doing it within the week.
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I really like the ProjectR kit for the front indicators with DRL. Tailored to our birds. DRL can be wired to the park light or where ever (the leads are truly plenty long enough). The set is plug and play thereafter (indicator unit swap and relay swap). Lenses are E-marked so prob DoT compliant (though you'd need to check). Units are sealed but can be opened if an led were to blow (if you are careful and happy to reseal).… Also, anyone know of a quality DRL switch back kit for the front turn signals?
Understood. I used to have a set-up which is like what I think you are looking for.… I'd preferto find one where I can replace the element...
So your right switch gear does not have a three position light switch then?We don't have a park light on this side of the Atlantic.
Check ebay motors for clear turn signal lens covers. Then change the bulbs to LED switchback type, such as this: www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo/tail-brake-turn/1157-switchback-led-bulb-dual-function-60-smd-led-tower-a-type-bay15d-retrofit-car/1915 . Please double check the base type, this is from memory. Type A turns off the white marker light when flashing amber. Type B does not.We don't have a park light on this side of the Atlantic.
I'd preferto find one where I can replace the element.
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