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    Exclamation Where top mount bilge switch on 2007 rxt bars

    Ordered the deluxe bilge kit from riva. Comes with the sealed switch to mount on the bars. Anyone got a pic of where the put theres? Does not seem like there is room with the big pad in the middle of the bars...


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    anyone??

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    I've been thinking about the same thing with my T-X. Maybe inside the glove box.

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    The TX BARS ARE DIFFERENT THAN THE RXT. THERE IS ROOM FOR THE SWITCH ON THE TX BUT THE BIG "PILLOW" ON TH RXT BARS IS MAKIN ME WONDER. ANYONE??

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    I put my bilge switch in the glove box rxp. I put it on the flat part just under the handle bars. I had to remove the box and remove the clip in the front. Makes a hole I taped the bottom and filled from the top with black rtv works great. used the set up in the post it section thanks

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    Im gonna run into that problem on my XP

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    Glove box is looking like best option, but surely someone has fitted that kit on stock bars not X style.
    Maybe cut out some the pad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaGoat View Post
    I've been thinking about the same thing with my T-X. Maybe inside the glove box.
    Seagot on T-X it fits perfectly

    Also pic of switch on umi.
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    Got it figured out. On the left handlebar next to the pillow. Your hand is moved to the outside a bit on the right by the throttle so i am gonna put it on the left. Same amount of grip will be exposed on both sides. Will post pic need new camera:d

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    Unhappy

    i am getting one this week, I feel i will have the same problem

    07 rxt

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