I don't need a lid protector but I do need to get my machine as simple and clean as yours! Wide open spaces are gorgeous.
Very cool idea! And gives a nice clean look too.Your bike looks frikkin' awesome!Am I spying a twin plug package on there?Dynamite!
There has been some discussion in the past about trying to fit a battery powerful enough for the ES models and small enough to fit in the toolbox. If interested do a forum search. The other was to say sayonara to the indicators. Most wouldn't, but then again I'm not part of the herd.Blltrdr
very nice clean bike blltrdr.If you have too much money and want a battery small enough to hide anywhere, talk to these guys...http://www.tekbattery.com/
I have a big old metal military pannier to house a sealed battery! I like your approach to indicators. Do you have any pics of your handlebar setup? I'm looking into removing as much as possible to clean things up there a bit.
I built a new wiring harness and installed a Sparx 210 watt DC charging system. I bought the 50's style handlebars and vintage control kit. headlight dip/horn is a repro Ducon and also replaced the key switch with repro Lucas rotary. If I get a chance next week I'll email you a pic.Thanks for your interest, love to blab about my ride to anyone willing to hear all the boring details. Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah............Blltrdr