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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #220 on: 28 February, 2017, 12:30:27 PM
Not sure if I've done right, but pics are in my Gallery page under LPH114
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White 2014 GT, Touratech rear rack, two tone Touratech hand protectors, Redfox rear hugger, Redfox belly pan, Garmin 350 Sat Nav, dual USB charger, White 35ltr Givi box, Stebel horn, running lights, MRS Vario Xscreen, heated grips, Fuel exhaust, lower fairing removed.

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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #221 on: 28 February, 2017, 01:15:00 PM
*Originally Posted by lph114 [+]
Not sure if I've done right, but pics are in my Gallery page under LPH114
Paul
Sorry.
Guess I should have looked there first.
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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #222 on: 01 March, 2017, 08:12:37 AM
*Originally Posted by lph114 [+]
Not sure if I've done right, but pics are in my Gallery page under LPH114
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Hi. I looked at ypur pics in the gallery. Where did you buy the frontlight? Is it good and easy to install, cost ?
I should need more light when its dark...
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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #223 on: 01 March, 2017, 10:01:42 AM
Hi
Thanks for your interest in the "front light"

They do not throw a beam and are "daylight running" lights, mainly to be seen, not to see !
Fitting is a bit fiddly, but if you download Honda's own fitting instructions all becomes clear, you just have to buy a couple of small brackets. They are wired into the lighting circuit and only come on with the ignition.
I bought them from ebay and paid about £35.00 , an awful lot cheaper than Honda ones, but I can't remember which site, though should be easy to find if you search "daytime running lights"
They are very bright ! worth fitting I think.
Good luck.
White 2014 GT, Touratech rear rack, two tone Touratech hand protectors, Redfox rear hugger, Redfox belly pan, Garmin 350 Sat Nav, dual USB charger, White 35ltr Givi box, Stebel horn, running lights, MRS Vario Xscreen, heated grips, Fuel exhaust, lower fairing removed.

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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #224 on: 02 March, 2017, 02:17:46 PM
*Originally Posted by lph114 [+]
Hi
Thanks for your interest in the "front light"

They do not throw a beam and are "daylight running" lights, mainly to be seen, not to see !
Fitting is a bit fiddly, but if you download Honda's own fitting instructions all becomes clear, you just have to buy a couple of small brackets. They are wired into the lighting circuit and only come on with the ignition.
I bought them from ebay and paid about £35.00 , an awful lot cheaper than Honda ones, but I can't remember which site, though should be easy to find if you search "daytime running lights"
They are very bright ! worth fitting I think.
Good luck.

Thank you. Looking for really bright lights not daytime lights so i will be continue searching.
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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #225 on: 26 March, 2017, 11:35:49 AM
Not sure if anyone knows this or tried it it, but i recently bought a 2005 honda Varadero tall touring screen.. with a couple of slight modifications ie cuts for the mirror mounts and dremel out the lower slots for fixing , i got the screen to fit with little hassle..

Tried it out yesterday and it seems to work pretty well for me..

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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #226 on: 09 May, 2017, 07:05:04 AM
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Thanks to post your experience with the Touratechs as am in the market for hand protectors (hoping to start the season early!). Would be useful to know what model you purchased, cost, how well they fit, color and how pleased you are (or not) with them. Much appreciated.

Hi again. Now i have tried out the touratech handguards and they work very well. I"am pleased and the wind doesent come on the hands as earlier. I have also put on power commander 5 and got it tuned in also. Big difference...i dont need to use gears as much as earlier and the tuning company said that earlier it took a lot of fuel even in 5th gear..now it is also fixed and more power...going to Norway on a biking tour in next month for about 9 days and it will be a great ride i hope. Take care.
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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #227 on: 21 October, 2018, 09:53:59 AM
 Hi,With all the extras to go on my bike will I need something to help run them I.E.  Sat Nav USB point phone road save cameras front and rear heated grips !!!

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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #228 on: 21 October, 2018, 12:52:35 PM
Hi Shads
I have accessories wired through a seperate fusebox and controlled by a 5 pin relay fitted under the left hand side panel. picture posted recently in one of the threads in the electrical section of the forum. Hope this helps.
Gavin

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Re: Top Ten Mods & Accessories
Reply #229 on: 21 October, 2018, 01:12:14 PM
Thanks I will look