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Pass lever

Who knows what the purpose of the pass lever is for on the left handside of the handlebar controls?
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-22-2010, 08:58 PM
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It's for flashing your high beam.
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...when you want to pass



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Mine also opens the garage door...FlashPass...No more looking through the 83 pockets on my riding gear for the remote

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its a European thing, for example watch the movie Ronin
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Or you can use it to signal a passing beauty.....

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The passing button is used to signal the driver ahead of you that you are about to pass him. I have never used it because I don't like anybody flashing their lights at me when they are behind me.
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Mine also opens the garage door...FlashPass...No more looking through the 83 pockets on my riding gear for the remote
new thread, please!

where's the 'all ears' smiley???

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I call it the `Hello, Im over here. Can you see me now? button

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new thread, please!

where's the 'all ears' smiley???

Here's a link...looks cool

http://www.aclickawayremotes.com/Fla...Set/index.html

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I have used it to signal other when entering an intersection ,,to make mysefy more visable
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its a European thing, for example watch the movie Ronin
It didn't used to be just an "European thing"...
.but american drivers education has become such a complete joke over the passed 30 years that.......ARRRGH!!!
Don't get me started....with the morons using the left turn lane as a merge lane and txting and using the frickin phone while driving and not signaling a lane change and generally being complete idiots ...all whilst piloting the most deadliest of weapons ever conceived by the madness that is mankind.........
ARRRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry......I'll shut up now.........


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It didn't used to be just an "European thing"...
...but american drivers education has become such a complete joke...
ARRRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!!!!
Yup!

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Yup!

Whenever I see a road sign that says [Blind Drive] I think to myself, `Yeah.. and so do stupid!'
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