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Lost my VTX some time ago, jumped into VT1100 Tourer. Best looking V-twin, dual exh, hard wheel bike (except Valk). After my accident a month ago where my MS shield was destroyed, I had time to put a HD fairing on. We're both healing up. fairing pics 001.jpg fairing pics 002.jpg fairing pics 032.jpg fairing pics 003.jpg fairing pics 037.jpg Here's some final shots of inner, (front and back)
 

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Lost my VTX some time ago, jumped into VT1100 Tourer. Best looking V-twin, dual exh, hard wheel bike (except Valk). After my accident a month ago where my MS shield was destroyed, I had time to put a HD fairing on. We're both healing up. View attachment 38887 View attachment 38888 View attachment 38889 View attachment 38890 View attachment 38891 Here's some final shots of inner, (front and back)
How do you like it? I have one that I am putting in my woody's. as soon as I get them back from the painter.

Papa T
 

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Sounds great, no memory wire needed. Has a aux input, USB (need an extension). I made a pvc adaptor ring to fit it, HD hole to big. I put a small rubber antenna in the faring, seems ok. I haven't rode it since the accident, still healing the shoulders. But, no remote for these units, so I'll have to come up with a mute or volume control at my LH fingertips. Backlight seems ok in daylight. Not bad for $90 to my house.
 

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Post up your mute/volume control that install on the left side.
 

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I got to talk to an electronics wizzard, see what it'll take to lower volume. On and off si ok, just not what I want. I presume some kind off resistance wattage do dad or something.
 
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