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post #1 of 10 Old 03-07-2012, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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waving advise

and advise on these are they worth the money are they easy to install i am kinda new at some of these things

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The Trail Tech Vapor is a good product... for some machines more than others. I'll explain...
1. They attach to the quad at the steering stem/bar mount point. For our quad, it means the idiot lights have to be relocated along with the gas tank breather hose.
2. To measure RPM, you need to attach a lead to your spark plug/plug wire.
3. To measure temp, you need to connect to radiator hose.
4. To measure speed, you need to attach sensors to front wheel and a-arm. It measures how many times the wheel sensor goes past the a-arm sensor... The problem with that is, you also have to enter the circumference of the tire into the unit to get an accurate reading on speed... In other words, how many inches the wheel travels in one revolution.

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were would you go about relocating the dummie lights
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were would you go about relocating the dummie lights
That's a good question. But, I didn't add that to my quad... just helped a friend add one to his Yami. There are a few on here that have done this with a 700xx and have relocated the dummy lights and have posted pics.

Here's a link to idiot lights relocated using the Trail Tech bar clamps from Jake777
https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthre...ght=Trail+Tech

There are other post with other members doing different things to relocate... you just have to use the "search" feature to find them.

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were would you go about relocating the dummie lights
I like this idea for relocating lights, click link and page down to last picture.

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=918

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What i did was keep the stock light holder and just cut along the curve of it so that the mount would work and also look alright.
https://www.club700xx.com/vb/picture....&pictureid=773
If anybody wants I will get a better picture tomorrow.

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what size rims are on the 700xx stock
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More pics on here since I did the same thing.

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=7382

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I relocated the Dummy Lights under the Top Cover, similar to 5wop3... All you need is a Dremel with a cut-off wheel, a grinding tool to smooth the plastic after the cut and some velcro from homedepot. You can get fancy and spend some time on it and make it look like it was factory.

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MQ Brake Block
Honda Racing Front Bumper
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Uni Filter
Teixeira Tech Anti-Vibe Steering Stem +2 @ 1.25"
CCP Steering Stabilizer
Streamline SS Brake Lines
Precision-RP Shock & Vibe Handlebar Clamp
Easton EXP M99 53/RM Mid Bars
MotoGrip Black Skulls
Offensive Fender Warning Tags
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Relocated Indicator Lights
Maier Top Cover
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I have a trail tech vapor and I didn't have to relocate the lights on the stock dash. all i had to do was get rid of the tank vent line, and then I ran the wires to the trail tech up through the hole where the vent line use to be and then used some double sided tape to mount the trail tech to the stock dash board.
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