Making the FJR yours - what have you done, want to do, plan to do, and how?
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Me too,,, and I like the cost so far.
I just ordered the Admore P&P harness... The most spendy part of this farkle, but... It'll save lots of time and aggravation I'm sure.
Now I just need to do a little braining on an quick-detach plug thingy.
'Found lots of possible solutions so far... Just gotta choose one.
I drank what..?
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- FJRModel: 2014 FJR1300es Metallic Black
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Steve try adding a can of this it may restore it to working orderbungie4 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:53 pmI'm pretty sure the connector shorted when Line get her foot tangled in it, causing the smoke to be let out. She hilarious to watch getting on and off the bike wearing armored pants, and, a rain-suit. That girl ain't no ballerina LOL! I'm quite sure Admore's customer service is the yardstick by which all other companies should be compared, but I'm pretty sure, at some point, they draw the line and at the acts of Line. (er.. line, Line.. you know what I meant).
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