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Well, here it is finally. It just poped in my head that my key fob opener would fit on my bike perfectly and have easy access to change the battery once in a great while.







 

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Very Nice!!!!
 

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Sweet! Now you've got me thinking :)
 

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Nicely done.

But that's a lotta work. I have the exact same remote, I velcro'd it to the underside my tank (above my cheese wedge), completely outta sight and works perfectly.

Took me 30 seconds, and no soldering :ltr:
 

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I just installed Flash2Pass this weekend!
Gotta give it thumb upthumb up
Just double bump my high beam, and my door open and closes.
Talk about spoiled!
Remeber when garage doors, didn't even have openers? :D
 

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Thanks for the positive feedback.

Nicely done.

But that's a lotta work. I have the exact same remote, I velcro'd it to the underside my tank (above my cheese wedge), completely outta sight and works perfectly.

Took me 30 seconds, and no soldering :ltr:
I originally had mine in my reflective vest, because I always have it on. But I wanted something no one else has in this way specifically.

I would have gone the high beam route, but I went with what I had.

I am more of an electronics, scratch build, DIY, kind of person, and prefer to go as far as possible on customization.
 

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Flash2Pass

Props to you on the amazing ingenuity. I am not as ambitious. What is this Flash2Pass thing and how do I get it. I get tired of using the entry keypad to get into my garage. Especially troublesome when it is raining. How lazy and spoiled are we LOL!
 

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Props to you on the amazing ingenuity. I am not as ambitious. What is this Flash2Pass thing and how do I get it. I get tired of using the entry keypad to get into my garage. Especially troublesome when it is raining. How lazy and spoiled are we LOL!
I bought mine off amazon.com.
Here's a linkt he the product website:
http://www.f2ptechnologies.com/product/102102/Flash2Pass-System-for-Motorcycle.html

installation was pretty simple. I would recommend a set of long allen wrenches. The little allen wrench given with the bike, was about 1 inch too short to be able to spin it 360 degrees when taking the headlight bucket cover off.

that reminds me... do allen wrenches come in metric and sae sizes? If so, our victory bikes are all metric, right?
 

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I bought mine off amazon.com.
Here's a linkt he the product website:
http://www.f2ptechnologies.com/product/102102/Flash2Pass-System-for-Motorcycle.html

installation was pretty simple. I would recommend a set of long allen wrenches. The little allen wrench given with the bike, was about 1 inch too short to be able to spin it 360 degrees when taking the headlight bucket cover off.

that reminds me... do allen wrenches come in metric and sae sizes? If so, our victory bikes are all metric, right?
Yes they come in both and yes the bikes are all metric, except for some aftermarket stuff you put on which may be SAE.
 
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