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post #1 of 5 Old 07-16-2007, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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Which Kisan Headlight modulator fits my strom

Curious which Kisan Modulator fits my strom is it the dual headlight japanize kit # p115W-DHL or should I get the one for dual headlight gold wing. The Japanize kit is 159.00. Which one guys?
Here is a better look at the kits they offer
http://www.customdynamics.com/kisan_..._modulator.htm

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P115W-D Is the one I bought I think.
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Thank you, I wanted to be sure. How long was the install? Was it just plug and play except for the sensor, or did you have to cut any harness wires?

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Yup, that is the correct part #. Truly a plug and play unit for those who don't want to start cutting wires.

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just a few minites, no cutting wires. I cable-tied my daylight sensor, instead on drilling a hole somewhere on the fairing and mounting it that way. I guess I will still get to that...
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