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Hello again from New Orleans(The Big Easy) Today was a beautiful day to go riding to the French Quarter, but on the way out I stopped down the street to take some photos by the lakefront. I just wanted to show everyone how good the Kuryakyn ISO Flame Grips look with the Stiletto end caps. I also show photos of my side mount plate with the LED display, Arlen Ness Dear Drop Mirrors, Front end Bullet lights, and my 'Bomber' Master Cylinder Cover Set. I'm still waiting for my Dyno PC and Swept Exhaust system from Cobra to come.

Here are some photos for you to check out

http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm48/SeeyaQQ/MyRaider019.jpg
http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm48/SeeyaQQ/MyRaider015.jpg
http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm48/SeeyaQQ/MyRaider016.jpg
 

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Nice looking Big easy. Like those end caps. Adds a nice statement to the bike.
 

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Hey Big easy, how did you mount those turn signals? That looks interesting ???
 

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I search for days to find Bullet light turn signal brackets for the 46mm fork tubes on the Raider and nobody sold them. So, I had to design them myself for the front and back. The front I used Chrome P-Clamps 1 3/4(46 mm from J&P Cycles part no. 4400191) I had to redrill the holes a little bit bigger so the stem of th bullet lights would slide through. on the back of the bike I made small straight brackets about 2 1/2"lenght, by 1" wide drill two holes, one for signal to fit and other slips over the rear fender accent allen bolt, then I put a locking nut on that bolt to hold bracket in place.

Warning when you install front LED Turn Signals you lose the front running lights on many of the aftermarket turn signals (you need to install a eclipze module or load equalizer).
I hope these photos will show you the brackets better.
"Bullet lights are (J&P Cycles LED mini Bullets part no. 5200535 front, and 5200536 on back."http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/mm48/SeeyaQQ/MyRaider006.jpg
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That looks really nice.
Good job!!!!!

GC
 

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looking good big, removing the plastic fork covers and adding the bullet lights really cleaned up the front end ;D
 

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Big Easy said:
you can see how I took off those plastic fork tube seal covers and bullet lights on the front fork. enjoy to pics.

Hey Big Easy, what did it take to take those ugly palstics off???
I didn't see any bolts on them or anyting like that and was afraid to just pull on them.

Thanks
GC
 

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Once I figured out they could slide around the Fork Tube I realized they where not mounted thru the Fork. So I took a pair of channel locks (pliers) and started twisting and pulling, then I used a utillity knife to slice downward without touching the chrome on the Fork. (The old fashion way of doing something) I'm very please with the look, I just think the plastic sleeves are a joke. You don't see them on any harley's are custom bikes. LOL

P.S """Warning""" when working in that area of the front end always put a bath towel over your complete front fender. you don't want to take the chance of scratching anything.
 

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I kinda like the fork tubes the way they are... but then again... I do have the fastest color... BLACK! :D

But I can see how it can throw off the look of the bike on one of them slower colors with shiny tubes. :)

On the fastest color i like them on the tubes. ;)
 

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Very Very nice Big Easy. That looks really good.
 
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