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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 01-05-2017, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
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I have mine mounted on my Dash/Farkel shelf
It also has a 12v Cigarette socket
Cost maybe $20 off Ebay
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This setup looks pretty sano to me...

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That's the one I put on my '03 GL1800 back in '03-'04. Still works great!

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I got this for Christmas but haven't installed it yet.

http://electricalconnection.com/inde...oltmeter-2006/
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I got this for Christmas but haven't installed it yet.

http://electricalconnection.com/inde...oltmeter-2006/
Have you installed it yet and if so I'm wondering how it stays in place. How is it mounted inside the speaker grill. Thanks
Looks like it might have some type of sticky tape for the install but is that enough? Forget all my questions as I just saw that it's for 2006 model and up.

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I got this for Christmas but haven't installed it yet.

http://electricalconnection.com/inde...oltmeter-2006/
That looks good and I like the price.
I like the idea of being out of the way so to speak.
That being said I still think I would be worrying myself to death if there were constant changes.

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That being said I still think I would be worrying myself to death if there were constant changes.
That's the reason I changed to an analog voltmeter.
The digital I had was too accurate; to the 0.1 of a volt.
It was constantly changing.
My analog has a warning light built in, so that if voltage falls below 10V it'll let me know.
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Have you installed it yet and if so I'm wondering how it stays in place. How is it mounted inside the speaker grill. Thanks
Looks like it might have some type of sticky tape for the install but is that enough? Forget all my questions as I just saw that it's for 2006 model and up.
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That looks good and I like the price.
I like the idea of being out of the way so to speak.
That being said I still think I would be worrying myself to death if there were constant changes.

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I guess I'm just an information geek. I had a Battery Bug on the 2006 and I couldn't keep my eyes off of it while riding. Except at night...it wasn't lit.

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