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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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New pics of my bike....


Green LED's from Custom Dynamics....



LED Brake Lights...









Those Signals are now Turn, Run, and Brake LED's...

Saddleman Explorer Classic...

HID, LED's, Clear Signal Lenses, Running Lights...
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lookin good... how are those dimon plate foot boords?
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Nice bike. I see that you can teach me a lot about the Vulcan. Send me a pm so I can see it.
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I seen those led engine lights on ebay for 17.00. they look pretty neat.
thanks for sharing the pics.

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Very nice. I like the dragon on the tank....but it looks like your motor is radioactive ....

Not sure about the streamers off the levers.....streamers were always seen on girls bikes when I grew up

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Nice bike, love the LED's Do you have neon lights under the frame, or is it just the LED's?
I'm in the process of running some on mine, but I'm going a different route, something different from the norm.
Very nice setup, what all did you have to do to get the turn/running/brake lights on the back signals?
One last question, who did you go through to get the clear lenses?
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clear lenses are on ebay.

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lookin good... how are those dimon plate foot boords?
The boards are great..... took a little getting used to at first ( had to change my foot position at stops) but they are more comfy then the pegs were....
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Very nice. I like the dragon on the tank....but it looks like your motor is radioactive ....

Not sure about the streamers off the levers.....streamers were always seen on girls bikes when I grew up

KM
Radioactive........I kinda like that. I picked green 'cause we all know Vulcans have green blood

Hummm............ your not the first to tell me my Vulcan is a "girls bike." Then again, I've been mistaken for a girl from time to time. With hair down to my ass, I guess I look pretty good from behind
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