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little bit of winter fun..

i did a few mods to my bike in the last week.. just to freshen it up a bit..
-blue demon eyes
-bright white 3rd eye
-hidden garage door opener
- added h and h vinyls
- added high temp mesh in vents.






let me know if it looks good/.

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Looks good...

The garage door opener...I have a little key fob I take with me. Kind of a pain in the but when I forget it. LOL

Your bike is looking good!


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Look at finding a automobile sunvisor with homelink and wire it on your bike. I did it for my bike and its mounted under one of my ram air covers. I have it powered through the running lights so it runs off keyed power.
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The garage door opener...I have a little key fob I take with me. Kind of a pain in the but when I forget it. LOL
I carry my big remote on my top pocket of my riding jacket! I think I will install a keypad in the ouside of my house though!
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I have the smaller garage door opener that I carry in my pocket, this year I've wired a momentary switch next to my brights and put the opener in the trunk.


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Look at finding a automobile sunvisor with homelink and wire it on your bike. I did it for my bike and its mounted under one of my ram air covers. I have it powered through the running lights so it runs off keyed power.
Shit, that's brilliant!


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nice bike brotha. keep up the good work. it wont be long till we are burning gas in AA on the weekends

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for sure.. all i did was .. rip open a garage door opener and soderd? on a longer button lol and velcrod it in and drilled a lil hole for the button.. not that hard... lol but slick..

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