The way I went I got a OEM light bar because in my opinion it looked better than aftermarket and also considering they provide the relay and clear instructions made it very easy to install. On the other hand I went with a aftermarket crush bar because of the style.
I'm a little worried about the switch on the Cobra Light Bar as well. I've had it in the rain for a few hours with no problem but still a little worried. There's certainly no watertight sealing on it. Any thoughts on what can be done.
oem is always "nicer" to go to. meaning is better for resale and stuff. people think anything other than oem is cheaper even if it is not cheap. but some aftermarket look better and are some times cheaper. it all matters what looks and price you want
new and out of the box I found the Cobra crash bar for considerably cheaper than anyone was selling the OE piece. But that was year ago lol. As for the light bar, I don't have one, but I do think the OE piece looks better than most aftermarket applications.
I bought the Kuryakyn battery gauge. Can you guys help me with some tips on how to install it? :eek:
Specifically, which wire did you tap into? If you can provide some steps (or even pictures would be fantastic), I would appreciate that. How do you make the actual connection? Do you splice...
I had to make an emergency stop the other day on my 900 (accident avoided), but encountered something unusual. When I pulled in the clutch lever and applied the front brake simultanously, the throttle seemed to freeze with the engine revved up (to around 3-4K) as I braked to a stop. I had just...
I have the a stock 12' head light in v900 classic.
What is the next legal, but better HEADlight bulb upgrade ( just the camry verson, not the ferrari version) thats great for during the day or night?
Also, is the labor hard, what does it intail?
thanks to all!
I have a Clymers manual but the only adjustment covered is the free-play gap of the clutch lever itself. I did that.
The way my clutch works, when I'm starting from a dead stop, I have to release the clutch lever almost all the way out for the clutch to begin engaging (friction)...
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