baja kit install

2 replies to this topic
  • midlifecrisis426

Posted June 01, 2001 - 06:16 PM


getting ready to install a baja dual purpose kit on my new 426, in illinois, so didn't buy - need to install the turn signals - but putting in the rest. i'm thinking about throwing away the instructions like i do on everything else.... maybe not (i'm not very proficient with the tools)

any short cuts or things i should know to make to conversion easier? i've heard two hours to put in that means 6 hours for me any help would be a good thing!

also... in illinois your local peace officer signs off on the install... got a friend here - hopefully he'll let me go with out tire change.... if not, whats the best dot tires for street / dirt roads / and a little mud? thanks!

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  • carverdude

Posted June 02, 2001 - 08:07 PM


Baja Kit is very easy to install.....But follow the instructions.WRs reqire a modification to the stator that you will not know about if you throw away the instructions. :)
Extremely happy with the kit. :DI converted another bike without a kit in the past.Was not as nice as the Baja kit.

  • Tree_Crippler

Posted June 03, 2001 - 05:31 PM


Do yourself a favor and follow the instructions. Its an easy kit to install. I took my time and kept reading the instructions while sitting around.

Just got back from a great National Dual Sport.


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