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Old 12-25-2012, 09:51 AM
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Looking for some help here, done some searching and haven't found what I'm looking for. Want to mount my PV on the bike, have the Iron Aces Tall Boy mount, but not sure on a couple of things. Those of you that have done this, where did you route the cable for the PV after bringing it up under the gas tank?

Also, did you use any of the rubber spacers to mount the PV?

Want to get this done to start using the auto tune, and the other features of the PV.

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When I leave mine on the bike I route the cable underneath the speedo housing and on the throttle side of the housing there is a hole that I run a zip tie through to hold the cable in place. Make sure to leave enough slack for turning lock to lock or you could sever the cable. I do not use any spacers when mounting the PV to the mount itself.

When the PV is off the bike I fill the connections with dielectric grease and will either zip tie the cable end around the back of the speedo housing (somewhat hidden) or pull the tank and seat and leave it coiled up under the seat but that is a lot of work.
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When I leave mine on the bike I route the cable underneath the speedo housing and on the throttle side of the housing there is a hole that I run a zip tie through to hold the cable in place. Make sure to leave enough slack for turning lock to lock or you could sever the cable. I do not use any spacers when mounting the PV to the mount itself.

When the PV is off the bike I fill the connections with dielectric grease and will either zip tie the cable end around the back of the speedo housing (somewhat hidden) or pull the tank and seat and leave it coiled up under the seat but that is a lot of work.
Thanks right in the middle of this, got the tank and gauge pod off as well as the seat, saddle bags, and side cover, and the plastic piece that covers all of the wires. Charging the battery on the drill to make the hole in the top of the gauge pod for the mount. Almost there!

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Old 12-25-2012, 11:57 AM
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You will be done in no time

Here is a pic of how my cable rests when I leave it in place with the PV off. Not all that noticeable.

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Thanks for the pick TripleJ, sent you a PM, quick question......
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Done deal!

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Nice!



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In case you missed my other post, I love that inner fairing!
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F-M,

Sent you a PM, but it looks like you've got it covered, nicely done!

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F-M,

Sent you a PM, but it looks like you've got it covered, nicely done!

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Got the PM, thanks for the advice, I took the time and routed the cable as you suggested, super easy.
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