How big is that box?I just purchased a 2013 XCT in December and had been riding a Yamaha RSV for several years. I put in a mo-door opener and loved it. Easy to use, easy to install, never had any issues with it. I took it out of my RSV and planning on putting in the front right storage area on my XCT.
There are garage door openers that can be controlled via a smart phone. I don't really know how practical that is. I don't keep my phone handy when I am riding and if I have to stop and pull out my phone and start an app, might as well just carry an opener in my pocket, which I do.you should check I have seen apps that will open your garage door
Same here. It seem ridiculous, especially when I leave, that I have to be within a few feet of the garage to be able to close it. Roll too far, and I gotta go back to the spot where F2P can read it - all this while flashing my high beam like a maniac. :ltr:... I'd consider switching from the F2P just to get rid of the extra hardware, not to mention the range on mine is horrible.
http://www.victoryforums.com/showthread.php?t=36337All right, I give up. I've tried searching numerous times with the advanced search and still can't find it. How about a link?
My apologies - It looks like I posted on the Victory Owners Group forum rather than here. Just search there with my moniker (ndabunka) and the word Garage and you will see a step-by-step process. You can get the switch at radio shack. Good luck!All right, I give up. I've tried searching numerous times with the advanced search and still can't find it. How about a link?
Tell me about it! I have a short, 30 degree sloped driveway. I have to pull right up to the door, hold the brake, balance the bike, hold in the clutch, turn my bars to the left (so the transmitter faces the door), and then stretch my thumb as far as it will go in order to flash the high beams twice. Not too happy that Victory got rid of the momentary high beam flash feature they had on the early models either...Same here. It seem ridiculous, especially when I leave, that I have to be within a few feet of the garage to be able to close it. Roll too far, and I gotta go back to the spot where F2P can read it - all this while flashing my high beam like a maniac. :ltr:
I looked into the signal cancel button at some earlier point in time when I was thinking about modifying a standard garage door opener. Found it's really more of a contact breaker than a switch.I wish F2P worked with something else other than the high beams - like the cancel switch for the turn signal, or holding 2 buttons on the cruise control module. Not too happy to be flashing, especially if someone is around - looks ridiculous, never mind some folks might think I am flashing them when all I try to do is close the darn garage door.