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Doe's anyone have any pictures on a volt meter that they installed on their 750? I bought one the other day and would like some ideas on installing one. Also, I want to do a r&r relocate. Any pictures on that idea also?:motorcycl
 

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Bulldog can help you with the relocate kit for the R/R and Beavis can help you on the volt meter. I don't have the links but they will be able to help with that. Hey guys....HELP!!!!! You can look in the gallery under Mods and see the pics of em. Thats a great start!
 

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BTW: you can find brackets at your local hardware store for about $2 to do the relocate. I used rubber washers to isolate the RR from bad vibes; anything to extend the life.

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Doe's anyone have any pictures on a volt meter that they installed on their 750? I bought one the other day and would like some ideas on installing one. Also, I want to do a r&r relocate. Any pictures on that idea also?:motorcycl
I make and sell the RR kits at http://www.bulldogsbike.com/relorr.htm

You can see the KuryAkyn meter I put on my VN750 at http://www.bulldogsbike.com/relorr.htm and the Signal Dynamics voltage monitor that I installed on my Nomad at http://www.bulldogsbike.com/nomadmods.htm#huvm
 

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BTW: you can find brackets at your local hardware store for about $2 to do the relocate. I used rubber washers to isolate the RR from bad vibes; anything to extend the life.

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Hickory, I recommend fabricating your own R/R relocation brackets as many here have done. Bulldog's bracket is easy to install, but it orients the R/R connector toward road grime and requires the harness be stretched to plug into the regulator. If you build the simple u-bolt/steel tab bracket and mount it on the frame tube, the connector is protected and unseen. It results in a more "factory" look. Also, I like Dirtrack's rubber washer idea.

Post a picture of whatever you do.
 

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Thanks guys, I will be reschearching all of this. I will also post pick"s of the results. Also thanks hyper inreguards to the vent line. Was factory. I cut an angle and sofar so good. NO MORE CUTTING OUT while running.
 
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