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post #1 of 5 Old 02-10-2009, 08:01 AM Thread Starter
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Electrical modifications to your bike (recommendations)

Mine started with SV650, adding electronic cruise, GPS and XM radio. Then the FJR, Burgy and now the 919. I've ordered components from Electricalconnection.com, Powerletproducts.com and also from your local Chinese outlet stores. This time I tried EasternBeaver.com and was very impressed with customer service, products and delivery. He lives in Japan, but shipping was cheap and on time. This company (cottage type) gets my vote!

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EasternBeaver.com huh?

I wonder how many key stokes it would take to go from a legitimate business site like that to a full-on porn site?

Like the first time I heard Anberlin on the radio... couldn't quite understand the name the DJ was saying, thought I heard "AmberLynn" OOPS!

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I'm very happy w/ the powerletproducts.com stuff I purchased for the 9r.


Rab, what all are you doing to the 919?

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I'm very happy w/ the powerletproducts.com stuff I purchased for the 9r.


Rab, what all are you doing to the 919?
Putting in a 3 circuit fusebox to control my accessories: heated grips, GPS & the all important XM as well as BMW sockets for the batt tender and heated vest. I also installed a headlite switch to turn off headlites (low beam only) for testing and turning so as not to run batt down.

I really like doing electrical mods as its challenging for me but satisfying as well. Always did like trying to make things better than they came delivered.

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BTW, easternbeaver.com is a powerletproducts dealer, so handy to get all from one source. And no he's not my brother-in-law.. :-)

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