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  1. These are the ones I use. Love them. They have a mic so you can answer a call if you so desire. https://www.amazon.com/Shure-SE215-K-BT1-Wireless-Isolating-Earphones/dp/B074QQNY64/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1541820677&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=shure+se215&psc=1
  2. Same setup as mine. All the way up and cocked forward works best for me. Seems to push the air up a little higher.
  3. I went with the Shad semi rigid mostly because I liked the side bags. It has a pin system for quick release and there are 3 sizes. Mine is the middle size 10P. It takes some getting used to putting it back on but now I can do it just by feel. Here's a link. https://www.shadusa.com/collections/tank-bags/products/e-10p-pin-system-tank-bags
  4. Ohio is not all flatlands by any means! Nothing like Florida for sure. Have you ever ridden here? There are tons of twisty up and down roads in the southern half of the state. If you're ever in the area get hold of me and I'll show you some good riding.
  5. Exactly like mine! I got mine late last year. I've got a nice seat for that in the classifieds. It has blue piping.
  6. Got them in today and wow are these things nice. They are at least as good at blocking noise as the foam plugs but the sound quality is top notch. They are bluetooth and will pair with my phone and my gps. They have a mic so you can talk on your phone. These are the Shure SE215's.
  7. Just ordered a set of the bluetooth ones SE215 on ebay for $134 delivered.
  8. I had to send him my ECU for him to modify first but yeah I can hook up my laptop and flash a new map. There is also a program to manually modify the fuel map live.
  9. Still tweaking it. Everything is working except the brake won't kick the cc out. The clutch will kick it out though so I still use it until he sends the update. I'm sure he will figure it out.
  10. They still had about 1.5-2 inches of clearance. I'll try it under a hard front brake next. Side to side is good.
  11. OK here is the next iteration. Thinking about ditching the bar altogether and mounting each light to each fork clamp. Don't nobody worry about where they are aimed at since I haven't gotten that far yet. Here's the final. Mounted them directly to the fork clamps. No bar is certainly better. Have to wire them up and see how they work. I know they put out a good amount of light.
  12. OK here is the next iteration. Thinking about ditching the bar altogether and mounting each light to each fork clamp. Don't nobody worry about where they are aimed at since I haven't gotten that far yet.
  13. So Patonme is correct. That’s not going to work. Look at the forks and realize the front fender tire will travel as high as the exposed silver fork piston has room to travel. As a guy with a cracked front fender from not taking that clearance into account, your setup is definitely not going to work. Aha missed that obvious one. I'll try with the bar up high bring the lights in and hang them off the bottom of the bar next. Just playing around with a lightbar a guy had on a Vstrom.
  14. What do you think of this aux light setup? I could bring them in narrower and/or up or down a little.
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