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Old 07-27-2012, 09:13 PM
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Found these while roaming around looking for some upgrades for my Stroms and did not know if you guys had seem them.
This might be handy with our heat
http://www.electricalconnection.com/...sses/08107.htm
And not sure if this is a real Prob for you guys.
http://www.electricalconnection.com/...sses/08106.htm
They also make a nice kit to convert your rear signals to running light, thats what I'm looking at for my Stroms.
http://www.electricalconnection.com/...ng/tsk-std.htm
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Thanks for the Ideas Mike.
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The radiator switch is nice, although I never had any problems keeping the bike cool, except the one time I broke the glass fuse in my fan circuit, and was in deep sand! I changed all my glass fuses to the mini-hard fuses, just using parts from Ace Hardware. DEFINITELY needs to be done on these bikes. Having it in a kit is more expensive, but, convenient. Couldn't hurt having more lighting, could it? Thanks for the links!
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I like convenience sometimes and other times do it myself.
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Having it in a kit is more expensive, but, convenient.
I usually buy fro a guy in japan that does some AWESOME plug and play stuff
http://www.easternbeaver.com/index.html
Just did an upgrade on my headlights.
Suzuki does not put a relay in line with the switch and all that power tends to burn up the switch contacts.
So his adds a relay for each lamp and powers straight off the battery after plugging into the factory harness with no cutting off wires.
Plus side is lights tend to be a little brighter.
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