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Added reflectives to the asphalt camo today.

To each their own, but I would have preferred a Kawk green bike.
 

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Break-in maintenance was completed today. Also rerouted some accessory wires.

Also helped a buddy troubleshoot his gen 1 carb issues.

I broke my windshield. Anyone know of any aftermarket windshields that fit the 2022?
 

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ThermoBob 2, painted the 2022 camo hi-viz orange, added tach, added temp gauge, changed out crappy plastic dash clips for good ones, searched for a spot for my big bad max air horn up no avail. I got the wiring done and tested it, though. Engine temp torture test.

Any suggestions on where to hide a large air horn on the 2022? It's about the size of a hotel bible.
 

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Did you use the kit from 3D Cycle? The one with the tach too? How was the install? Seriously considering this myself....not the Hi-Vis orange part though. LOL. The camo is growing on me now! I mounted up a nice Pelican look alike trunk myself...usually not a fan of trunks but this bike screams for one.
I got my Bob/tach/temp kit directly from Watt-Man. The whole thing probably took an hour or so (not including fairing removal/replacement), and I've been pretty satisfied with it. I'm a winter rider, so having the engine running at 195°F-ish is a boon worth obtaining outside of maintenance benefits.

Here's the short and skinny on the mod as I did it:
1. Remove old thermostat and replace with new one and bypass housing
2. Splice coolant hoses
3. Tighten up and attach system and test thoroughly

My bike happily sits between 185°F and 215°F now. Should be pretty easy if you follow the directions. There aren't a lot of parts and it's pretty straight forward.
 
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