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    Quote Originally Posted by olmanswift View Post
    The pictures were there the following day after I posted them. I even used my oldest digital camera to keep the images small. Oh well. If you want them via email PM me you address and I'll send you a Word doc with them.

    Maybe the mods know I have ad blockers installed and are getting even with me.
    Nah, it's not that because I run one too.

    They show up as a broken link. Did you load them from your computer or link them from Photobucket or some other location? You don't have an album so they must be stored somewhere.

    Go to the post with the pictures, click on Edit Post, then click on Advanced. From there you'll see a box that says Manage Attachments, and you can see if they are actually on here somewhere. Or if not you can reload them if you want.

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    great idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Wink Even Better

    This one is good too!


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    Quote Originally Posted by STL-TIGER View Post
    This one is good too!

    Lol nice. I came home the other day and my rear garage was already opened. I told the gf she took the fun out of it for me, I want to use my new mod, she responded " I still want to feel needed"! Haha I guess I didn't even need to do this mod


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    I laughed so hard!!!! That video is great! And I too will be doing to sick mod!
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    WOW! Just came across this great idea. Thanks I will definitely install this.

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    Red face The simple way

    1. Remove the Suzuki badge.
    2. Take the plastic pin out of a fairing panel trim clip rivet fasteners. If you don’t know what that is it’s the fastener lug that holds your front cowling in. Just like the pic.


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    3. Drill a hole just wider than the pin you removed from the lug.
    4. Use a hot glue gun and glue the remote under the hole. Take care to line the hole up with the button on the remote.

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    5. Cut the pin just a bit longer than the hole. Install into the hole.
    6. For this step. I used a 3D chrome sticker I brought off ebay and cut it out to fit into where the Suzuki badge goes. No wires or dismantling needed. That easy. Mine works great

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    Freaking brilliant idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candypaintdrip View Post
    Lol nice. I came home the other day and my rear garage was already opened. I told the gf she took the fun out of it for me, I want to use my new mod, she responded " I still want to feel needed"! Haha I guess I didn't even need to do this mod


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    What kind of exhaust is that on your bike? Freedom Performance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlo View Post
    What kind of exhaust is that on your bike? Freedom Performance?
    Yes sir

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candypaintdrip View Post
    Yes sir

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    Absolutely great mod, but beware of getting chrome on tank too hot or it will buckle. So instead of taking the emblem off I just drilled through the plastic and the emblem so the micro switch button will barely protrude through. No one has ever noticed the small black button in the middle of emblem and it's been on my bike for four years and works great!

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