I just thought I would do a little write-up on how I did my garage door opener.
I wanted the remote up front, as it was a little finicky under the side panel on my Ultra.
I didn't get pics of it, but I just soldered the wires to remote board where the rubber button contacts to activate.
It didn't seem like I had many options on the RG without pulling the outer fairing and digging in to the birds nest in there. But I was able to put high enough, and in a decent spot for me to get at it, as well as finding it in the dark. I thought about a button with the lighted ring, but I didn't want to deal with wiring to a keyed source, (and I didn't think the light color would match the gauge lights).
I used a waterproof, "boat horn", momentary button I found on eBay. It has a rubber O ring to keep water out.
I was able put it right under the top vent panel.
The wire tie did not hinder getting the clip back in the slot either.
Although....I used a step bit which was too long and hit that little plastic mount there right behind the button.
A regular 5/8 bit would have been better to finish with, but 1/2 was all I had. So it got a little wonky.
Here is the button from riders side.
All-in-all, a very simple job that only cost $4, as I already had the opener and scrap wire from work.