Not the most exciting thing you can do for your Bobber but something I do on all of my bikes, add a garage door opener. Stole this idea from another rider years ago and have been doing it ever since. I really like just pushing a remote button on the bike while rolling into the driveway versus stopping and digging in my pocket for the remote.
The button I usually use is a Harley part and is most commonly for the odometer trip reset. I think they run about $10 and come with the rubber button cover. Most auto parts stores have similar buttons, just look for a "momentary" button, not an on/off button. Take the circuit card out of your Gdoor remote and find the two pins associated with sending the signal when you push the button and solder a length of wire to each, length depending on how far the remote will be located from the button, carve out a notch in the side of the Gdoor remote covers and put the remote back together with the wires sticking out the side then hook those wires to the button wires. It doesn't matter which wires go to which, it is just a momentary signal button. Find an inconspicuous location for the button, drill a hole, mount it and hide the remote.
On my Bobber I drilled the hole in the black plastic cover directly behind the fake air cleaner on the right side and just stuffed the Gdoor remote up under the gas tank, you will feel a wire harness up there and just push the remote past that and it will stay in place.
If anyone should happen to notice the button, just tell them its a nitro injection or hyper space capacitor or whatever.
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