Ok, so i am looking at getting another wing. When I find the one I want, I am going to restore, mod, do what ever to the Goose. One thing I am thinking of doing is relocating the compressor from the shelter to inside the fairing. I know I will have to get new hoses and and such, but what one thing I want is to make the opening modular, as in one piece. Has anyone found a digital or different control system that will work to read PSI and operate the compressor? When I relocate everything, I want to bring it in to the 20th century. I plan to strip it down to bare frame and rewire, do all the usual mods with alternator and possibly single carb.
So thats the plan anyway, any suggestions or ideas?
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Don't think there will be enough room in the fairing for the compressor,if you have the same stuff in there I do (am fm cb intercom)alot going on in a small space.Maybe if you pull one of the pockets out you could use that space.sounds like more work than it's worth to me?
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When I bought the bike, the tuner didn't work. So I nixed it all, and added Cobra 75wx cb, the one that fits in your hand, the tune circuit is the only part in the fairing. So I have room to put it in there.
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