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    Default Well Done

    Nice job. Excellent presentation too.
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    Marilyn 2015 RTS SE6 Red
    John 2015 F3S SE6 Silver

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    Nicely done...I did the same on my RS putting the remote behind the dash with the button on the dash panel....Nice presentation and it is not all that hard to do....
    Gene and Ilana De Laney
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    Great idea and execution, but a big security risk if the Spyder is parked outside but close enough to activate the garage door. It does seem like it would work even if the power on the Spyder is off (or, am I missing something).
    2014 RT-S SE6 In the ultra fast Circuit Yellow edition.

    Baja Ron Anti-Sway Bar, Race Tech Shocks, Custom Dynamics LED reflectors and top brake light, Providence Spyder Accessories USB Charger (and phone mount), Adjustable Side Wing Deflectors, Can-Am Vented Windshield, Can-Am Low Windshield, X-Creen Tour Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade, Dilithium powered Flux Capacitor (not yet fully functional).
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    Well done and looks great.
    David C
    2013 ST-S with 2014 side panels
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    Sport rack, MC Dave Gel seat pad, OEM Saddle bags with DIY LED lights. DIY tail bag. Trailer hitch.
    Bump Skid, USB port, Battery tender cable, Freeway Blaster horn, ******* Wide view mirrors


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    Awesome job and very clean execution. I did something similar on one of my previous bikes, but also ran power to the opener off of the battery on the bike. That way I never had to worry about a dead battery in the remote.

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    If that's a concern, you can still do this, just hide your switch somewhere. I hid my switch under the gas tank in my vtx.

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    Nice presentation! I've done the same, just a different button. I also added a connector so that if I have to strip that panel off, I don't have to unsecure the opener or mess with unscrewing terminals to do it.

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    Nice job. I do everything through the phone, home lights, security camera, garage door opener, gps. My phone goes where I go.

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