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  1. WORYR
    06-29-2019 05:53 AM - permalink
    WORYR
    AWSOME looking Warrior Alanh!
    Love the very clean smooth look!
    Chrome rims and fat tire are bad ass!!!
  2. RicoMan
    10-05-2018 07:12 PM - permalink
    RicoMan
    Hi Alan. I just saw this front turn signal modification in your page and wanted to know whether you sell the "Custom fab'd SS Laser Brackets & SS Spacers". Do you happen to sell the entire kit? Here's what I'm referring to:
    Front Turn Signals: Relocated to Lower Triple Tree Pinch Bolts using the following:
    Front Signal Brackets | Flickr
  3. Chriskillingsworth
    02-14-2018 11:03 AM - permalink
    Chriskillingsworth
    I read about your expertise in hydraulics. I purchased the climax custom controls handlebars and now I need to convert to a hydraulic clutch system. I’m trying to make a very informed decision on what slave cylinder to get. Is there a way to match the slave cylinder to the master cylinder? I have a road star Silverado 1700 . Your help would be greatly appreciated
  4. kylenv
    06-21-2017 03:41 PM - permalink
    kylenv
    Just wanted to say a quick Hello. Hope summer is treating you well, I have not logged in, in some times but wanted to say thank you to all the members that I know have made this forum what it is. So you are on my list of important members, and I wanted to say thanks as I know first hand how many hundreds of members you have helped,,, probably more like thousands to be honest.
  5. Morris02 warrior
    04-14-2017 11:02 PM - permalink
    Morris02 warrior
    Hey I'm looking into getting a new seat. How do you like your seat, and do you have a significant other that rides with you? If so how do they like the back part of the seat?
  6. TimmyB
    11-17-2015 02:52 PM - permalink
    TimmyB
    Hi Alan, I have seen a couple pictures of the modified wire diagrams you made for the xv1700p warrior. I don't see the entire diagram. Would you possibly have a copy of the modified diagram in its entirety? Thanks so much

    Timmy
  7. Pep
    10-12-2015 11:42 PM - permalink
    Pep
    Alan,
    The brackets you made will work if I purchase (4) 2" long sleeves and have the brackets bent. After looking at this I believe they will look a bit weird so after thinking about it I believe I can design a bracket that will work.
    If you would consider making them I'll sketch it out and send it to you. If not, let em know and I'll see if I can have them made here.

    Thanks,
    Duke
  8. pnedac
    02-02-2015 05:27 PM - permalink
    pnedac
    Hi Alanh, I was told you are the man when it comes to figuring out the TPS and was told to look at your threads, but for the life of me I can't seem to locate the thread where youa re discussing it. Would you be able to message me the link? I really appreciate it. I am going to replace my TPS as I am getting code 16 (stuck TPS) and the dealer said the recall was completed, though it sucks this is happening again with less than 8000 miles. Oh well. I appreciate your help. Thank you,

    Pnedac
  9. jean-roch
    10-03-2014 11:49 PM - permalink
    jean-roch
    hi, i plan to remove throttle return cable on my bike to reduce effort, i think you have do to your bike, any issues to do it?

    Thank you and have a nice week-end, JR
  10. rrowley
    05-24-2014 10:00 AM - permalink
    rrowley
    Alan,

    I still have the set of big shots if you are interested.

    Bob

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