1984 Kawasaki ZX750 Turbo Kuryakyn Wire/Cable Accessories
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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
Kurakyn Hornet Electrical Deer Avoidance System Wiring Kit Harness & switch specifically designed for use on a motorcycle; while not required, it will make the installation much neater. Wiring harne
Nice looking clock
The clock looks great on the handlebar. Not bulky or cheap looking. It really glows too with the electroluminescent backing and then the added backlight for night time. Oh yea, it tells time too!
Kuryakn Handlebar Electrical Power Point
This power outlet installed with ease and works well. Now I have a power supply for my GPS on the motorcycle.
Bright lights - big comfort
The gauge has bright lights that can be a bit bothersome if they're located directly in your line of vision, but the monitor provides a great measure of reassurance when you're using heated grips and vest and are also charging other electronics. A little pricey for what you get. I'd buy another mfg's product if it was close in quality and significantly less expensive. If you do buy this unit, mount it off to the left or right of dead center and it should serve you well.
5-4 wire kit
This wire kit should be part of the main motorcycle wiring add-on kit that cost you around $70.00 depending on bike. Finding out the brake lights won't work without ordering this additional kit. Most trailers to have a four wire system. You need to spend another $40.00 to get it to work reducing 5 to 4 light system. Expensive conversion if you need trailer lights.
Looks and functions great! Easy to install. Flexible mounting options.
Fits perfect, works perfect on my yahama v star 1300.