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post #41 of 50 (permalink) Old 08-27-2009, 08:55 PM
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So I copied Sisco's pics above and completed my first mod (if you don't count windshields). Thanks for the great ideas!

I siliconed the button and heatshrinked the connectors. I like having extra wire for that "you never expected it" situation.


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For those of you who have put the button on the left side cover:

My C50 has two covers for the left hand side. Where did you mount the garage clicker? Installation pics?
Not sure this will help; I put mine on the right side cover
BTW: the switch is not weatherproof or even siliconed but in nearly three years I haven't had any problems.



Sisco! Where'd you get that metal switch???

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I just carry a keychain sized opener in my pocket so when I switch from one bike to the other it goes with me.

Works on all three bikes very well.
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For those of you who have put the button on the left side cover:

My C50 has two covers for the left hand side. Where did you mount the garage clicker? Installation pics?
Not sure this will help; I put mine on the right side cover
BTW: the switch is not weatherproof or even siliconed but in nearly three years I haven't had any problems.



Sisco! Where'd you get that metal switch???
Ebay. I think.



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Sisco's mettalic switch complements the bike. I've checked out every Radio Shack around here...no finds. I'm keeping my eyes open in the Los Angeles County.

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I used this switch in the back of the speedo housing... Momentary N.O. Metal Dome Push Button Switch : Amazon.com : Automotive
Nice!

Does it handle being wet?


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I did the mod a while back and it works great. Only problem is the housing development I live in has hundreds of houses with only dozens of freqs available for the garage doors. So some repeat. If I drive around my neighborhood with my high beams on I open about every couple garages I pass lol
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post #50 of 50 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 04:24 PM
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Thank you for that useful idea. I will try that at home. Hope that it will be good
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