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post #12801 of 16064 (permalink) Old 05-21-2016, 12:19 PM
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My scrambler is in pieces in the garage, wife is out of town so... I took her newchurch out with a friend and his lady. Beautiful ride in WNY. (Photo taken in Fort Niagara)


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[QUOTE=Lightfoot;7895393]2012 Thruxton fork gators installed , I installed a Glpro gear change indicator , the bracket was separate IMO a great piece of kit .

Would that GLpro work on my 2010 se or does it need a separate selector switch?
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2012 Thruxton fork gators installed , I installed a Glpro gear change indicator , the bracket was separate IMO a great piece of kit .

Would that GLpro work on my 2010 se or does it need a separate selector switch?
I think you would need the the GLpro DS series ..but just to be sure check out the web site.

http://www.bluemonkeymotorsports.com/gpx/

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I had predator shorty pipes installed by the dealer.....they didn't mention needing a remap, but if I'm reading correctly, the BC website seems to recommend it

can anyone shed some light on that?

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