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Old 10-27-2018, 03:53 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Mfm View Post
Great pics....saw the bike on the front...any trouble with the front collision sensors...I put a bike rack on front and even though I turned off the sensor from the inside button, it still braked a couple times.
Our RV is a 2007 Roadtrek so there are no collision sensors for the factory chassis. However, our aftermarket stereo/navigation system has a collision and lane departure warning system. That has been turned off because the motorcycle was causing false alarms.

One thing to think about is the reduced airflow to the radiator. It might be necessary to install an auxiliary electric radiator fan to help cool during certain time such as high heat areas or prolonged hill climbs. It could have a manually controlled on/off switch.

Our motorcycle does not interfere with the headlights but has to be placed on the rack in a specific spot to keep that from happening.

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