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post #161 of 167 Old 01-09-17, 10:50 Thread Starter
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The best option is to put an aluminum bracket next to or underneath the dash. Mount the ignition housing in that bracket.
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I apologize as I am certain that this has been answered already.

These appear to not have a place for the ignition. Does anyone know of a way to retain the key ignition (and beyond that the stock wiring harness) with these? I am going to make my bike a dedicated track bike at some point. I am not ready to give up street riding yet and I do not have another bike yet.

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I quoted my previous post below for you. If you are interested in one, shoot me a message and I can have my friend print one. Send me your email or number if you want pictures of it.


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not to thread jack (for long), but would anyone, including RD, be interested in a 3D printed plastic OEM ignition mount for these triples? I just had a friend make one, it's pretty cool. It has nut inserts to hold the nuts in place, so you attach the ignition to it with screws from the bottom. Then the mount screws onto the front of the triples using the 2 provided threaded holes.

It weighs a couple ounces maybe, and is very strong.

If I get a few people interested, I'll start a group buy.
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Thanks guys. I will be purchasing a set some day.
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They are the best upgrade dollar for dollar on the 675.
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Hi, can you pls pm me a price for a 13+

do I need to change anything else? Ignition is something i know ...was a little confused with all the bearing talk.

i run stock the steering damper

2015 675R
2011 Husky TE449
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You will need to run either a different damper or get a clamp for the stock damper to work with the triples.

You can press the bearing race off the stock lower triple (pressing the stem through the lower clamp pops the race off), or you will need to buy a new bearing as well.
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