Aww wonder why just yours...FAZR6 said:Well, doesn't seem to work for my listing
Sounds like a pretty good idea. I am in no hurry to get one. Just yet another item on the mod list that I would like to have.virtualt said:I have the CW kit and it does indeed work with the Eclipse soft saddlebag setup. However, I would give FAZR6 a little bit of time to modify his as the CW kit, in my humble opinion, is not worth anywhere near the $130 I paid for it, $60 tops, as it melted my tag light wiring, I did get a $70 refund, however, I still do not see it as god value for money (VFM).
In fact, if you get Mikes kit and make yourself some small "L" brackets out of aluminum and drill a hole in both ends, one that the indicator stalk will fit through and one that the tag bolt will fit then you will probably be ok.
Well that sucks it did that. I have the Devils which run way cooler than the stock and Ill take your advice and wrap the wires in some tape to insulate a little extra just in case. Also good idea on the fuses and velcro. I really dont keep anything under the seat due to its size but this would be a necessary addition.virtualt said:It raised the channel that the wiring to the tag light lays in, some of which is exposed.
The heat from the stock exhuast (and the ludicrously lean engine) caused it to get too hot and it simply melted the plastic shielding around the wires and they shorted together.
This is the best part though, that circuit that the 10amp fuse is on runs the running lights and indicators, so, I was without those until I found a parts store and purchased some more (mini 2 prong) 10amps.
I blew two more, not knowing what was the problem, then I just cut through the melted wires and taped them off, haven't had a working tag light since.
A good tip is to buy yourslef some of the fuses, and keep them in thier little plastic box with the sliding lid. Then keep them under the seat, there is a small well under the tool kit that they seem to stay in.
That is also wher I keep some industrial velcro, you never know what you may need to hold together if you go down out in whoop whoop somewhere
correction: They're made in the netherlandsvirtualt said:Robert Foster, President
Oakland Gardens, New York
They are made in Germany by Jamo
A cat eliminator is being worked on as we speak, and will be available in August, I have an order in for mine already.
Enjoy the madness and welcome to my world, and please mention that you heard about them from this board
where could i get one of these kitsHardy said:Sounds like a pretty good idea. I am in no hurry to get one. Just yet another item on the mod list that I would like to have.
By the way, how did it melt your wiring? Did it just short out?