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Heartbeat

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    1999 RS Venture

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    Mike

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    Philipsburg, PA, PA, United States

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    Philipsburg, PA

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    PA

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  • Bike Year and Model
    1999 RS Venture
  1. I will make plans to get it by the end of October if you can hold it that long. It someone else needs it more than me, let them have it. I'll PM you for direct contact information.
  2. I have interest, just not sure when I could pick it up.
  3. I mounted mine onto the left side air box just behind the lower fairing.
  4. I check in on the second gen threads several times a week. Still riding and enjoying my '99 RSV when I have time.
  5. I can punch new "Factory-like" keys for these motorcycles with or without the keycode. I have all the information in the Classifieds section. Or contact me for more information. I acquired the tools and supplies to make these after having the same issue with my key turning.
  6. I can punch new keys that are a factory-like punched key(s) for your 1st or 2nd Generation Venture and RSTD.   Send me your key code, key or even a worn key for me to get a reading from and then I can set my cutter to "punch" the key rather than grind it like most everyone does. This "punching" method is the same method used to make the original key.  If you don't have a key code or an extra key to send me, send me a good quality close up picture of your key; I have had good success with that. For those that have 2 keys for their bike locks, I can punch 1 key to fit all of your locks. You
  7. I can punch new keys that are a factory-like punched key(s) for your 1st or 2nd Generation Venture and RSTD.   Send me your key code, key or even a worn key for me to get a reading from and then I can set my cutter to "punch" the key rather than grind it like most everyone does. This "punching" method is the same method used to make the original key.  If you don't have a key code or an extra key to send me, send me a good quality close up picture of your key; I have had good success with that. For those that have 2 keys for their bike locks, I can punch 1 key to fit all of your locks. You
  8. I can punch new keys that are a factory-like punched key(s) for your 1st or 2nd Generation Venture and RSTD.   Send me your key code, key or even a worn key for me to get a reading from and then I can set my cutter to "punch" the key rather than grind it like most everyone does. This "punching" method is the same method used to make the original key.  If you don't have a key code or an extra key to send me, send me a good quality close up picture of your key; I have had good success with that. For those that have 2 keys for their bike locks, I can punch 1 key to fit all of your locks. You
  9. [TABLE=width: 100%] [TR] [TD=class: blockrow, align: left] I can punch new keys that are a factory-like punched key(s) for your 1st or 2nd Generation Venture and RSTD.   Send me your key code, key or even a worn key for me to get a reading from and then I can set my cutter to "punch" the key rather than grind it like most everyone does. This "punching" method is the same method used to make the original key.  If you don't have a key code or an extra key to send me, send me a good quality close up picture of your key; I have had good success with that. For those that have 2 keys for their
  10. I am thinking of the same as djh3 said. You could still have the relay controlling the positive side power to the horn as long as you use the grounding from the horn switch to control the relay coil itself.
  11. I was thinking about this the other day and had the same thought as Rafterd. The solenoid could be at fault and causing more draw (amperage) through the starter button switch thus causing the contacts to overheat and distort. Could also be a ground issue at/for the solenoid for this starter switch circuit.
  12. Yes, the opposite beam burning out is puzzling. If the VR checks out to be okay, maybe it is an issue with the switch itself or the ground circuit.
  13. Could possibly be a bad voltage regulator allowing too many volts and thereby blowing the bulb. The first thing to check is voltage across the battery before starting the bike and then after it is running. Check also with the throttle at high RPMs. From bongobobny in the recent "I am the battery assassin" post: Well, before you replace parts that may not need replacing, you need to do a little basic troubleshooting with a voltmeter. For starters, with the voltmeter on DC volts, measure across the battery with the bike running. At idle you should see around 12.8 to 13.2 volts. When you re
  14. I am interested in the tall windshield with vent. Cruiserlover, I sent you a PM.
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