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Re: Flashing Brake Light MODULE
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Hi Eprashad,

Nice module, but the purpose of mine was to give a cheap alternative to the other expensive ones out there. For $13, mines not a bad deal compared to your $54 module.

Thanks for posting.

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Re: Flashing Brake Light MODULE
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Hey everyone,

This is the flasher I use:

http://www.healtech-electronics.com/products/blp/

Highly adjustable, easy to set up, weather proof. It's worth a try if any of you are juggling between which one To get. You can also set it to "pass through" position to get your factory settings back. I know if I'm going to go sit in traffic my brake light would be flashing like crazy.

Enjoy

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Re: Flashing Brake Light MODULE
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The site updated the links. It can be now found at:

http://www.bigrigchromeshop.com/brake ... p-12674.html#.VPxRvi4YHOs

Enjoy....

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Sorry Mike the link no longer works!
If anyone has an alternative I'd be interested.
Fitzystrike

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Re: NEW PICS!!! Voodoo Handle Bar Riser.
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I have had no issues. There was plenty of length in the lines. No binding. Makes the bike feel and look so much better.

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Re: NEW PICS!!! Voodoo Handle Bar Riser.
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I'm thinking of replacing the OEM bars on my 2006 with flats. I have Galfer dual brake and clutch lines. I'm wondering what to expect in regards to having excess cables etc after removing the OEM's?

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NEW PICS!!! Voodoo Handle Bar Riser.
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This Show Polished Handle Bar Riser is available for the 1st Gen VMAX For only $65.31

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Flashing Brake Light MODULE
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If you like the idea of the Back Off brake light module, then you'll love this one I have found for a fraction of the price:

http://www.bigrigchromeshop.com/Merc.../LITWH/UP90655

It does the same as the Back Off module and is fully adjustable. I have been using this on my '05 vmax for the past few years without any problems.
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Re: What Id like to see for 1700 vmax
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Any chance you friend will be making more footrest ? how much ?

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Re: What Id like to see for 1700 vmax
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twin turbo to bring ya to 300hp will work too eh. ;)

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Thanks. Got'em coming.

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Yes, 6241 for chrome ISO universal 7/8" or 6341 for the new black alike.

Posted on: 2014/1/30 11:37
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I suppose you mean the universal 6241?

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I have the ISO grips on my vmax. You just need to get the ones for 7/8" metric. They come in chrome and now black too!

Posted on: 2014/1/28 13:42
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I'm wanting to change my grips. I've always loved the ISO grips from Kuryakyn. But I don't see that they make them for the VMax. I have found some similar from China but I'm sure they are not as good of quality. Any Advice? Maybe even another grip?

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Re: What Id like to see for 1700 vmax
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1) I'd like to see Tim Nash develop a quick-shifter and modified tune to control it.
2) Brighter LED replacement for the shift light.
3) Narrower, more comfortable seat for us short-legged riders.
4) Bigger cams for more top-end hp, and a lopey idle.
5) Possibly a big bore kit.

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Re: What Id like to see for 1700 vmax
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Also I know it didn't look great, but he added an extension of 4" to the windscreen, I road it for 10k and what a difference, the pegs and screen made a huge difference for riding position.

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Re: What Id like to see for 1700 vmax
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My pal with his vmax. Made the brackets himself. Heres a shot with him on it.
I got my order in. :)
Now for the windscreen and saddle bag issue.

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I agree, as I love to ride the most ultimate bike made to date, I like to be able to travel, that's why highway pegs for different riding position to be able to ride longer is necessary. And saddle bags that are actually useful and don't cost more than the bike, and a backrest option instead of just a but stop.
Shes perfect, just needs options that are real. Oh ya, a larger wind screen to keep the sand and rider fatigue down.
I average 19000 k per year and getting head blown on the highway gets uncomfortable at high speeds especially in a head wind.
Yamaha or aftermarket companies, hope you guys are paying attention. Lots of us are looking but were unable to find it.
Someone will make them and you will lose that customer base.
Oh ya, my friend made brackets for the bike for highway pegs.

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Re: What Id like to see for 1700 vmax
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for me,i would like to ride a couple hundred miles on my max in comfort.it would help to have them options.i want a little comfort with my speed.i'm not ready for a gold wing yet.

Posted on: 2014/1/20 3:20



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