keyless (Almost) installed

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  1. Doraemon

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    So I watched on You Tube a few months ago Unaclocker, (if your reading, props to ya).


    So I ordered the Digital Guard Dawg with Indian Scout adapter
    Indian Scout Keyless Ignition System

    Now I still the stock air filter assembly on, so i had very limited space, I first thought about under the seat, however one cable goes to the headlight bucket, and is just too short to reach that far.
    My solution is since it replaces the ignition, I remove the ignition, and then wrap the cables under that are now longer. I tie wrapped the it in place and completed the install as the instructions.

    Now, I have keyless ignition, and take a test ride....except, I still need the key for the fuel cap.......so that will be next to delete...oh what fun.

    Now when riding, I sometimes slide the hand down and well. I am a dirty Navy submariner.......
     

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    There are a couple Bubbleheads on this forum. ;)
     
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    Or maybe a language barrier,.....
     
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    The Digital Guard Dawg was one of the First Mods did on my Victory worked far better than the FOB on the Indian does 4 1/2 Years and 80,000 Miles with absolutely No Worries other than changing the Batteries Once a Year .. Having (2) Batteries in Series may be the difference ..
     
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    Any others Diesel Qualed or just nuke?
     
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    the hole.......on my lady bike
     
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    it may also be the setting you have. I put it so I have to press the button, then switch in the bike. should (maybe) let the battery last longer
     
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    I do enjoy the dirty ones....

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    I was on a Nuke, I think @Baldhead_J was on a Nuke, not sure about others. I didn't last long though, only one 34 day run. That was Plenty for me. :p
     
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    I like the Diesel Better also - probably would have stayed on if I were on Diesel rather than Nuke. Nuke would have been better if it had had Portholes and stopped in more Ports. :D
     
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    So now you climb into the smallest sub I know,.......a wet suit??? With a heavy helmet?? And weights!! Not for me,.....I'm claustrophobic and don't like water,.....especially around the kitchen sink,......:p
     
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    Yep,.....language barrier,.......
     
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    Yes, but I have a Big Huge Porthole - Face Plate really - that I can See out of, plus I get to interact with what's in the water. :D That is Much Better than being in a Sealed Metal Tube with a bunch of other guys breathing the same air over and over. :eek:
     
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    Does that include sharks?:eek::eek: If so........as they say, SCREW that!:D:D I have absolutely no interest in being a fish Kibbee.................:confused:
     
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    Um, yes, Yes it does. They are not really a problem for Commercial Divers though. Biggest one I have ever had Bump me was an 18 foot Bull Shark in the Gulf of Mexico. Biggest I have ever seen Personally was a 30+ foot Whale Shark in the Persian Gulf. The Problem Fish are the Trigger Fish, Barracuda, and Jacks. Oh and Jellyfish. And now we have to watch out for Lion Fish in the Gulf of Mexico.
     
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    Better thee than me! :cool: I do come with shark/big fish repellent though, I'd shit myself and they would leave...........fast!:eek::eek::p:p:D
     
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    SidecaeSam, aka Faceplate Sam,.......and I do begin to see why you have no trouble with the fish,.....that face,..that beard,..looking out a faceplate?,.......yep, the fish think now that ain't right!:cool::p:Do_O:rolleyes:;)
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    As far as the old key cover goes, me, I would find a plug to cover it, or get a medallion through River City Biker / rivercitybiker.com
    Sounds like one needs to locate the box first, then fish the wires around.

    All in all a great little add.
     

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