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billhawley 01-18-2005 04:32 PM

Re: Zero gravity vs. laminar lip
 
If you install a relay in the horn circuit, you'll get the full output from the Super Highway Blaster horn, without having the engine stall on the CB350 if you "stay on the button" too long.



A word of warning though. Don't position it too closely to the blue bubble fairing. Under Winter conditions, the plastic gets brittle and the sound pressure waves from the horn might shatter it (leading to the inevitable law suit by your survivors, the financial ruin of JCW, the end of the catalogs, and just generally disrupting the ebb and flow of the universe).



You surely don't want to be remembered by motorcyclists in the same way as the "scalded genitalia" lady at McDonalds is by those hundreds (perhaps thousands?) of non-litigeous Americans who spill coffee on themselves, while trying to figure out what the Hell "CHAUD!" means... if they drink from the "French" side of the cup. This is also why the JCW catalog isn't mailed to Quebec.

andremn 03-22-2008 11:08 AM

Lainar Lip etc.
 
Just do stay away from the Klock Werks windshield. I paid my $160 after reading their claims and tests just to get the air sucked out of my lungs by the turbulance. They will not stand behind their product either. After about 10 miles of suffering I have the original Harley Roadglide shield back on and Klock Werks in a Box.


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