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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-28-2016, 05:57 AM Thread Starter
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Adding the Farkles

I have my new F6B home, white, now to start adding some stuff. I have ordered the Pathfinder fog lights. Lighted emblem on the side of the fairing , and a Klock Weeks windshield. I'm expecting delivery within the next week.
I think next I'll need a luggage rack. Maybe in the spring I'll get the Pathfinder turn signals l.e.d.lights
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After spending the last 3 weeks in Florida, I have some ideas for more farkles for Spring.

Of course, a video will accompany my new additions.
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After spending the last 3 weeks in Florida, I have some ideas for more farkles for Spring.

Of course, a video will accompany my new additions.
Don't keep us F6B guys in suspense very long please.

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I have my new F6B home, white, now to start adding some stuff. I have ordered the Pathfinder fog lights. Lighted emblem on the side of the fairing , and a Klock Weeks windshield. I'm expecting delivery within the next week.
I think next I'll need a luggage rack. Maybe in the spring I'll get the Pathfinder turn signals l.e.d.lights
Post up some pics and feedback on the lighted side emblems, been thinking about doing those too...

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How about a bell pan

When I got my new 2012, and then my 2015 I installed belly pans to help keep the underside clean and un damaged.. Wing-stuff has the louvered type that works pretty well.. Good luck to ya, Regards Eldon
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Do yourself a favor and get a Farkle Shelf.
You put everything on em from a GPS To 12v accessories socket and up including chocoalate
Had one on a bike for over thirty years back in the days when yah made em your self

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post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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I installed the fog lights and the Klock Werks windshield. I'm happy with the looks of both. Now I'll just have to wait for warm weather to try them out.
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I installed the fog lights and the Klock Werks windshield. I'm happy with the looks of both. Now I'll just have to wait for warm weather to try them out.

What height Klock Werks shield did you install....how tall are you...and can you see over the top edge of the shield? Thanks


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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-01-2017, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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I put in the 14in windshield and I can see over it bye a large amount . I'm 5ft 9in tall
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