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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-13-2010, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
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i have got all the wires and every thing off my bars and i dont want to put my chock cable back on the bars any one got any ideas on what i can do with it or any thing?
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you could always mount a universal cable lever somewhere hidden on the bike


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Where did you mount the left switch box? Any Pics?

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This might work: http://www.procycle.us/bikepages/xt225.html

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i moved them to the lil plastic side panel in front of the gas tank i put my start switch headlights and signals i just got it done yesterday so i will put it on tn and post some pics for ya
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yeah thats what im wanting to do but i have no idea where i could put it or what to use
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here is my switchs and exaust im painting the bike apple red candy from house of kolor cant wait till shes done
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My VN came with no choke cable so here is what I did.
I took a piece of stiff wire (almost anything will do) and attached it to the rear carb where the choke cable would go.

Then I ran the wire under the tank and out the left side just below the tank.

I slipped a small piece of plastic hose over the end of it and made a loop.

You just pull straight out on the wire and both chokes work. Let go and they just spring back closed.

Works perfect and you will be the only one who knows that it is there cause you can barely see the wire!!!

Cool, huh?
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yeah thats what ill prob do then sounds nifty to me
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