Like the title says. I have been installing LEDs tonight and cannot decide where to put the on/off switch. It is a Joe Florida kit. Real nice kit so far.
That is where I've seen most of the switches, by the left side covers. Out of curiosity Mike, why you took the Air-Ride off? Were you one of the ones having leaking issues due to plastic manifold????No LED's, but I put a switch for my driving lights on the back of the headlight like ooinkk did. You need to watch where you put it there so you can still get to it and not have it hit the headlight nacelle. My lights had a large switch and I had to mount it twice as the first time the nacelle hit it.
If the switch is small enough, take a look at mounting it in the very front of the left side plastic side panel. This puts it right above the key switch and you never know it's there. My air ride had two switches and I mounted both of them there. And you can reach it easily while riding the bike.
Adrian, I just got tired of fiddling with it. I had the Kewl Metal air ride, I don't think the Arnott was even available back then, and I had no problems with it. But you lower it to look cool then you raise it back up to ride. I found 95% of the time I wasn't doing anything with it, once it was adjusted the way I liked it I just left it there.That is where I've seen most of the switches, by the left side covers. Out of curiosity Mike, why you took the Air-Ride off? Were you one of the ones having leaking issues due to plastic manifold????
The air ride switches I mentioned were actually on the front of the plastic panel above that one. Look at the very front of it and there's a nice flat spot, just big enough to mount a regular toggle switch or two of the mini switches that came with the air ride. I'm not sure you can get a rocker style switch in there though.Great minds think alike! This is where I thought would be best. Thanks for the input guys!:bigthumbsup: