09 Feb 23, 00:30 am

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*Originally Posted by Leo167 [+]
Good move sure is worth the savings did you order from Bohling?
if so mine was at my door under 2 weeks.

I would love to get them @ bohling and they are even more cheaper i think around $920 but i have some bad experience with USPS here in my area. I dont want them to risk it.
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 :745:

WOW, 650 dollars per case without a lock plus postage, i thought the UK 800 quid was a joke..
No wonder they wont ship to the UK
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*Originally Posted by ad78 [+]
Pulled the trigger. Total cost $973
Again Revzilla selling 1pc for $640 without lock 🤣

Good move sure is worth the savings did you order from Bohling?
if so mine was at my door under 2 weeks.
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Pulled the trigger. Total cost $973
Again Revzilla selling 1pc for $640 without lock 🤣
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: Rattle @ 4000 rpm
« Last post by Tc-White on Yesterday at 07:24:21 pm »
I look around for loose parts that can vibrate. Hopefully its  that's what's happening. I saved up for this bike for a long time. :155:
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Electrical, Lighting, and Wiring / Re: Osram LEDriving HL EASY H7
« Last post by smithy on Yesterday at 07:03:48 pm »
*Originally Posted by Antares [+]
As always, AUXITO Z1 for EU recommendations, I've just tried their top of the line Y13 is actually a fair bit brighter but does have an external ballast which you will have to cut a slit in your bulb cover for. Both are brighter by a good bit than any standard halogens I've tried.

 :0461:

Smithy.
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Gen 1 Fuel capacity
« Last post by luciano136 on Yesterday at 07:00:17 pm »
*Originally Posted by Quent [+]
Yes Imperial Gallons which is 4.54 litres for the metric inclined people.  :152: 3.785 litres is 1 US Gallon for those interested.

Thank you!  Always confuses me when UK guys report crazy good mileage LOL 

Add insult to injury, I'm originally from Belgium, so I was used to L/100km.  Talk about getting properly confused  :087:
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Gen 1 Fuel capacity
« Last post by Quent on Yesterday at 06:56:11 pm »
Yes Imperial Gallons which is 4.54 litres for the metric inclined people.  :152: 3.785 litres is 1 US Gallon for those interested.
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Accessories, Mods, and Appearance / Re: LED Mist lights installation
« Last post by af1-windy on Yesterday at 06:24:43 pm »
I would need to take it apart, I tidied it up a year back. Also, I'm not home until the weekend. If you haven't already got something sorted I will undo my tape and take a photo on Saturday..  :028:
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Accessories, Mods, and Appearance / Re: LED Mist lights installation
« Last post by OlivierB on Yesterday at 06:20:49 pm »
*Originally Posted by af1-windy [+]
Never thought of that, flipping kill joys are everywhere..  :013:

The lights on my bike when I bought it picked up a live from the harness on the right side of the frame, under the seat (sat on the bike) they worked with no error codes. I swapped the lights and added more so I went with an Ezcan (not cheap) but Santa very kindly bought one for me..  :015:

See photos, this powered the 2 fog lamps..



Lamps that were on the bike when I bought it.



Hope it helps..

A splice like that is also possible, I presume the ground is on the battery?
Can you see beyond the wrapping to see from what wire they spliced it?
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