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Old Jan 31st 2018, 04:31 AM   #11
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Wound up going with apex since that leaves the most room where the old ignition used to be. Will update once fitted!
Not sure how you can get "more room" than this!

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Old Feb 3rd 2018, 05:15 PM   #12
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Not sure how you can get "more room" than this!
Which one did you go with, the BSD one? I found out the Apex one requires the ABS to be disconnected in order to not draw down the battery when the bike is off. Wondering if the BSD one is similar...
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Which one did you go with, the BSD one? I found out the Apex one requires the ABS to be disconnected in order to not draw down the battery when the bike is off. Wondering if the BSD one is similar...
That's the BSD one we just installed on a 1299 track bike we're building for a customer. The BSD kit can retain ABS if you'd like, although we removed ABS from this track bike.
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Just following up here. Wound up installing the apex one on my bike and the draw seems pretty minimal. After two weeks, the voltage remained the same on the battery and it works as advertised! Plus the bike looks pretty trick with the skittle looking buttons that the pros have on the handlebars.


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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
Not sure how you can get "more room" than this!

jarelj, what did you wind up doing with the plastic covers on the left and right insides of the fairing that cover the wiring to the front fairing? Did you just leave them off? I feel like it looks a little unfinished like that but not sure if there's any other option
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