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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 07-10-2013, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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What accessories would you like to have for your Burgman that is not currently available? Either for your two wheeler or three wheeler.
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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 07-10-2013, 05:52 PM
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If you are up for a challenge?

A state of the art (accumulator/reservoir less) true cruise control would be popular in the US market if it was realistically priced.

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Reverse for the two wheeled versions.

We already have cruise Norman, see my sig.

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Küryakyn: Iso Grips, Throttle Lock, Reversed Throttle Bosses, End Weights & Universal Cup Holder
Led Mirror Mod, Custom Led Side Lights, G2 Throttle Tamer, SpeadoHealer

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We already have cruise Norman, see my sig.
But is it state of the art and easy to fit?

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For two wheel a OEM cruise, for three wheel real trike Can-Am Spyder, true trike design from ground up !

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But is it state of the art and easy to fit?
State of the art? Yes
Easy to fit? Depends on each persons fitting ability.

Summed up, it's 2 wires to the battery, 3 wires to the bikes wiring harness and a cable to the throttle assy.

Easiest to install on '07 to '12. Harder on '04 to '06 due to the different throttle body.

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I installed the Rostra cruise control following Redbeard's instructions. I did make one mistake that required taking the whole front end off a second time. The price is right and it's worked very well for over 2,000 miles. The hardest part was hooking up the wiring, took some time. This works much better than the McCruise unit, less complicated, and, MUCH cheaper.

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post #8 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-15-2013, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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All trikes (vehicles with three wheels) are cool in both the Delta and Tadpole designs. Some are from the manufacturer (Harley), some are conversions (Champion, Motortrike, CSC, Yelvington, etc), and some are even a derivitive of a snowmobile!

My father used to say that's why they make vanilla and chocolate because everybody is different! All are welcome!

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The B400 lacks a commercially available and cost effective hardcase saddlebag solution. There are lots of hardcase saddlebags around but not a cost-effective, readilly available mounting bracket.

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reverse for the Bergman trike
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