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Old 05-01-2008, 09:15 PM
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Good to see a SMW build forum!

I've run into a few snags along the way...I guess its just the way things go!! haha Nothing too major. My upper motor mounts dont line up, the coil is a pain in the ass to place( I still dont know where to put it), and a few other smaller things. Anyone have any insight, opinions, or guidance?
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Old 07-03-2008, 09:23 AM
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I did not have any issues with my motor mounts,

I did decided to trash my ignition switch after it burned up and the guts did not work. I found that it gets so hot sitting close to the motor. I opted for hidden switches all together.

So now my coil is mounted upside down to utilize the brackets that came with the kit.

If I can help please let me know.

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I have an 2010 and has eighty miles on it....tank inner lining has collapsed and pieces went to carb,alignment issues aswell,now after eighty miles the ultima trans they gave me has problems and has to be opened up already(some flaws are in these transmission)and of course the factory is no help,just met somone at bike week with one and his frame is cracked...was so anxious to get mine and now after few shorts rides am anxious to gett ridd of it....and smw will give you short answeres but I'm pretty much srewed...these are pos and will tell everyone
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