In this video, I show you how to install a rally KLR dash panel on your 2nd generation (2008-2018) Kawasaki KLR 650. I installed this dash panel on my 2018 Kawasaki KLR and have really enjoyed it. It is a good quality product and with this free tutorial video, it'll be a breeze for you to install. This dash allows you to mount an array of accessories of your choice. It also allows you to adjust your windshield forward and back.
The KLR Rally Dash Panel Kit is for those KLR 650 riders who need to carry their electronic accessories but don’t want to fill up their handlebars with a whole bunch of mounts and clamps. This kit offers a nice powder coated dash that will accept mounts for your GPS, Phone, etc… This kit includes the Upper Dash, Metal Windshield Brace, Windshield Adjusting Bracket, and all hardware for install.
One thing worth noting is that if you run the adjustment all the way forward with some windshields, the bottom of the windshield may hit the fairing. You'll have to trim the bottom of your windshield if that's the case. I run mine in the #2 position (middle) and don't have that issue.
Features of Rally Dash Panel:
- Allows you to run multiple accessories while keeping your handlebars clear of mounts and clamps.
- Powder-coated for durability and a clean finish.
- Includes upper dash, metal windshield brace, windshield adjusting bracket, and all hardware.
- For 2008 and newer Kawasaki KLR 650.
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Kawasaki KLR 650 Rally Dash Panel
I was very pleased with the build quality of this KLR Rally Dash Panel and thought that went into designing it. It came with everything needed and with my tutorial video, you'll have this installed in no time. This rally dash is large and allows for mounting an array of accessories of your choice. I also like that it allows for a rider to adjust the windshield forward or back. Although it seems a bit expensive for what it is, I think it's worth it. One drawback is that if you run the adjustment all the way forward with some windshields, the bottom of the windshield may hit the fairing. You'll have to trim the bottom of your windshield if that's the case. I run mine in the #2 position (middle) and don't have that issue.