Lurker here, showing you my '84 1200 this forum inspired.

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Re: Lurker here, showing you my '84 1200 this forum inspired

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The final shots on pg 1 are great, love the way she turned out.
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Gents,
Just looking at that low profile top crown with its single gauge package makes me want to re-do the cluster on my Wing, Wing-Lite.
I'll see what the gods of E-Bay have to offer in the way of LCD/digital gauge packages. I have used the Trail-Tech Vapors and they do not impress me.
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Hey Mike-C, I used a Danmoto gauge but I just checked their website and I can't find the model I used. Maybe it was discontinued...

I considered buying a Acewell, but decided to try out the Danmoto which was half the cost.
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I found the end of the internet

---- Bradshaw Bikes custom polishing for your wing. Visit us on facebook!

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There it is, thanks.
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Nice!
Goldwings don't accelerate, they gain inertia.

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Post by excildor »

Very nice bike. The shelter turned out awesome, love the gauges in it too.

Edit: shit the link to that speedo 404 error.
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