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    2009 Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS Wire/Cable Accessories

    2009 Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS
    Tire Size:
    Front: 110/80-19, Rear: 150/70-17
    Spark Plug:
    CR8E
    Battery:
    YTX12-BS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    525x118
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 15T, Rear: 47T
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    Kuryakyn
    Diode Kit for Metric Bikes
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    Kuryakyn Diode Kit for Metric Bikes Required when installing L.E.D. lights as turn signals on a motorcycle with a single turn signal indicator light on your dash. If not installed power will back feed

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    Joshua (Cardington, OH)

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    The Bang For Your Buck You'd Expect

    No issues to report with these! I ordered a new set for my '03 Honda CBR600RR, and they seem to work splendidly. I'll report back if my bike explodes into a ball of flames while cruising along on my next ride. =)

    Dave (Wylie, TX)

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    Easier to find if it said DIN in title

    This works great on my Triumph Explorer. Buying another one for my BMW. The price is outstanding compared to the other sites that think if it is for a european bike it should cost 50 bucks.

    Tim T (Grayslake, IL)

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    Spark "Plug"

    Ok. I'll plug this plug because it shipped out quickly and because as soon s I put it into my Burgman 400 it instantly regained some lost life. That's my plug.

    Adam (Galesburg, IL)

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    Great product

    I love now having this for my Go Pro to constantly have a power source and be able to run....it was a bit of a pain modifying and locating for my 2004 R6 but once down Very glad and it comes so you can put the connection in the tail section under the seat disconnect or reconnect as needed....works great obviously to....i did have to splice wires and make the cable longer to reach front to back but if you know how to modify/solder then this should be easy for you

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