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Information and questions on GL1500 Goldwings (1988-2000)
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I posted a DIY project in early October and have gotten zero comments.............was just curious as to what people thought of the auxiliary panel that I made for my bike...............170 views and no comments............I guess nobody liked it, not that I'm heart broken, just curious as to what people thought..............negative comments would not hurt my feelings..........thanks

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I'm not sure how I missed that one, especially being that it's in the DIY section!

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I think it is to big and bulky for a couple things that could be mounted somewhere else easily. I'm not one for adding a bunch of stuff that will take your eyes and concentration off t he road. But that's just me.
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My list of items to install is a power port, USB port, voltage gauge, temperature gauge, transmission gear indicator, a 3.5'" screen display for use with Arduino microcontroller, rocker arm switch for powering the display items off and on, plus a arm attached to the panel for my phone to use as a GPS device while I'm riding, and a switch for additional LED accent lighting...............I didn't use the knock outs for the air compressor since it is not in line of sight while I'm riding...........thanks for your comments



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