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post #1 of 17 Old 01-11-2015, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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New Year = New Dash

New Year = New Dash

The switch on the left is for the driving lights mounted under the frame sliders, the knob is for the amplirider, under the knob is the volt meter, and the switch on the right is for the grip heaters.


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post #2 of 17 Old 01-11-2015, 06:03 PM
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Pretty friggen cool! What's it made out of?

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Very nice. I've been working on something similar but mine won't be lookin' this cool. nice work.
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very nice ... but what's the deal ?.. I always use bailing wire and duct tape on my stuff ...it really is a cool neat addition ...great job, thanks for sharing. lew

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Love it!

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Very slick!



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Very nice! You aren't going to remove the picture or your contribution here next year, are you?

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post #8 of 17 Old 01-12-2015, 09:57 AM
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Sweeet! Its starting to look like a cockpit in there.

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post #9 of 17 Old 01-12-2015, 10:25 AM
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Sweeet! Its starting to look like a cockpit in there.
I'll say. Where is the switch with the red cover over it, so you don't accidentally fire missiles?

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Pretty friggen cool! What's it made out of?

Black ABS plastic. Got a 12"x12" sheet off Ebay for a couple of bucks.

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Very nice! You aren't going to remove the picture or your contribution here next year, are you?

HaHa..naaa....lol.

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I'll say. Where is the switch with the red cover over it, so you don't accidentally fire missiles?

It's on the left side controls, next to the auto-pilot and cup holder ;-)

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That looks great what is it attached too?

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That looks great what is it attached too?

I used some plastic "L" brackets to bolt it to the gauge cluster. Looks like ass from the back, bit nobody can see it. I also used a ton of hot glue...lol.

The two relays at the bottom of the pic are for the headlight. They are activated by the OEM headlight wiring harness. Now the headlight gets much more (about 1-1.5) more volts so its a brighter/ whiter light.


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New Year = New Dash

The switch on the left is for the driving lights mounted under the frame sliders,[...]
Can you take a pic of your driving lights?

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Very nice! You aren't going to remove the picture or your contribution here next year, are you?
At LEAST not without monetary compensation

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