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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Couple Pics of My Speedo..

Couple Pics of my new speedo face from Webslinger.... Turned out good...
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 01:54 PM
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very cool...

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Is that from webslinger? that is frickin awesome! How long did it take to get it and how hard was it to get the old one out?

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I think my wife hates this forum, I saw your spedo and just sent Webslinger an email to get one for my bike.

HTMNKYLVE...They have instructions on their website and it dosen't sound to hard, sounds like it takes a little time is all.

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Vance and Hines exhaust
Wind Shield
Crash Bars
Saddle Bags
3 head lamp kit
Chrome wind deflectors/fairings
Cruiser pegs
Flip down passenger running boards
Passenger back rest
AIS Removed/Plugged
Clevver clutch lever
PODs K&Ns W/PCV
Jetted & PMS Tweaked 20.0/150 3.5 turns
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Its from Webslinger, took about 2 weeks from the time we decided on a style to get it shipped here... Cost me $65.00 shipped as far as putting it is I had some trouble with the fuel needle but I think all is good now I used a kitchen fork to take the needles off that worked the best.. When its dark and the face is litt up it looks like the eyes come to life it is wicked at night...
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I replaced mine with a new one from webslinger as well! The one that was on there was put on wrong. The prior owner used way to much super glue and a finger print was over read-out so I could not see the clock or odometer. It was really easy to put the replacement on and we used an blade to scrape off the old glue. It turned out my bike had 1500 miles less then what the guy thought who sold it to us (score for me). I had him clean it up and add color to the new one.

I agree with you how they look so much cooler at night. Take a picture of yours at night if you get a chance.

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Here is a picture of mine that I had him make. Sorry for the reflection of the tree in the background. I have her parked outside of my work so it is in the sun.
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Looks cool!!!!
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If I can get one of these to fit, I'll put pictures up later:




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Now thats funny stuff there!!!
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