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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-09-2018, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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New Product - Viba Wiring Harness Cover

We will be stocking the Viba wiring harness cover and should have them ready to ship in about a week. We are also installing one on a customer bobber in the next few weeks and will post a full review. If you want one, I would recommend preordering.

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Hi guys,

Why would I want one? If I do an airbox elimination?

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Why would I want one? If I do an airbox elimination?

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Thatís exactly right.
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Why would I want one? If I do an airbox elimination?

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This would cover up the harness and fuses etc left behind when you do the air box removal.
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This would cover up the harness and fuses etc left behind when you do the air box removal.
Which of your pod air cleaners do your recommend, the K & N?
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FEKIN HOW MUCH !!!!!! Most bobber owners use PCP NOT the drug but the HP buying option LOL not buy them out right as AJCyclesNJ must think. were not all loaded and brimming with cash
Its a bit of plastic and 2 bolts . I might try and get 1 printed out lol
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This would cover up the harness and fuses etc left behind when you do the air box removal.
Which of your pod air cleaners do your recommend, the K & N?
We have a few more style of air filters enroute from Sprint Filter for
Test fitting also, as of now the long K&N is what we would recommend
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FEKIN HOW MUCH !!!!!! Most bobber owners use PCP NOT the drug but the HP buying option LOL not buy them out right as AJCyclesNJ must think. were not all loaded and brimming with cash
Its a bit of plastic and 2 bolts . I might try and get 1 printed out lol
Not sure what you are trying to get at here. We are bringing them in to the US, paying excessive shipping and import duties on them and offering them for sale for not much more than direct from Viba. Most customers in the US would much prefer to order a part from a company in the US and have it on their doorstep in 2-3 days.
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I have had the pleasure with dealing with you here in the UK , I must state for the record your company is first class no doubt there. I totally understand the running / overhead costs issue , but really it is a bit of an expense for what it is in reality . I do like the flash sales you pffer be it no where near most peoples Pay day , may be a frugal move on your side to think about the "end of the month" flash sale with 20% off ???
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As someone who has designed products for motorcycles in the past and other things as well, just ignore that guy.

Most people have no idea what it takes to develop a product, manufacture it, and try to sell it let alone what it takes a small company like AJ cycles to stock that kind of stuff.

AJ is a great small store and one of the few on the east coast that even offer items made for most Triumph bikes. They do the best they can and are willing to work with you. Having been there myself it was great to look and feel some items before purchasing them which can almost never be done with aftermarket parts.

Letís not even get started with shipping from overseas, it takes weeks between the travel, clearing customs, and then most of the time the tracking isnít accurate.

Instead of complaining, which no one cares about listening to, if itís so easy to make it then go make it. No one cares about how much money you make or donít make to be able to afford after market parts for an already expensive hobby.


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