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4 hours ago, CReamflourish said:

Touratech lower engine and  upper fairing crash bars fitted :20200208_122355607_iOS.thumb.jpg.3849fa29e62c1746f4bec2801f9a8e19.jpg

 

Fitted these:

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Symtec Heat Demon grip heater kit with new Renthal grips fitted:

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Gave her a bath in ACF-50!

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Also fitted LED flashers and an LED flasher relay, but they are not fully connected yet. I've got some Indy leads on order to scavenge the plugs off so I can do a tidy job of it and do away with the bullet connectors.

Wow... How do you like your crash bars?
I was thinking of installing only the upper crash bars to protect the side and radiator...

Is that good enough?

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6 hours ago, MGG said:

Wow... How do you like your crash bars?
I was thinking of installing only the upper crash bars to protect the side and radiator...

Is that good enough?

I'm liking them, along with the Hepco+Becker bars I think these look half decent with the lines of the bike. 

 

The upper bars on their own should be plenty good enough to protect the radiator and side panels. I've chosen to get the engine bars as well for maximum protection, they aren't totally necessary but I just wanted to complete the set!

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Givi rear rack. Not totaly mount, but try to work like this.

Is it oversized to the bike?

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And the old sister, one of the best bikes i had

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Fitted the H&B center stand, Crosspro bash plate, adjustable and foltable clutch and brake levers, rear brake master cylinder guard and Barkbusters. The levers are adjustable both in length (from 16 cm to 19 cm) and in distance.  The cylinder guard was made by a fellow biker, Barkbusters are from Allroadmoto and all others from Off-The-Road. The Barkbusters seem to attach awfully close the brake hose? But I guess they can stand the drop or fall without braking the metal connection of the brake hose?

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21 hours ago, Totti said:

The Barkbusters seem to attach awfully close the brake hose? But I guess they can stand the drop or fall without braking the metal connection of the brake hose?

 

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Can you provide a picture for a top down view of the Barkbusters? ... I am wondering what is the exact width from the bar end to the attachement point next to the brake ... it does seem tight.

... I also take it that you got the BHG-078 which is supposed the be the correct width for the T7, right ?

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2 hours ago, MGG said:

Can you provide a picture for a top down view of the Barkbusters? ... I am wondering what is the exact width from the bar end to the attachement point next to the brake ... it does seem tight.

... I also take it that you got the BHG-078 which is supposed the be the correct width for the T7, right ?

Hi! You will get the picture on Friday. And yes, the model is the Bhg-078.

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@MGG Here is the picture from the top. Hopefully this answers to Your question?

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On 2/21/2020 at 10:35 AM, Totti said:

@MGG Here is the picture from the top. Hopefully this answers to Your question?

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Thanks Totti, I was really looking for the actual distance between the outer edge of the Barkbusters handguard and the attachement point next to the front brake.

I am wondering if there are longer hanguards that allow more room.

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21 hours ago, MGG said:

Thanks Totti, I was really looking for the actual distance between the outer edge of the Barkbusters handguard and the attachement point next to the front brake.

I am wondering if there are longer hanguards that allow more room.

Can you put a photo of the end of the handlebar. Are you using the original top of yamaha or original of handguards?

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On 2/26/2020 at 11:55 PM, Canomball said:

Can you put a photo of the end of the handlebar. Are you using the original top of yamaha or original of handguards?

Here are some more pictures @MGG and @Canomball.

I didn't quite understand Your question @Canomball. I You mean the bar end weights, I have the ones that came with the Barkbusters.

The distance between the brake handle and the hand guard is about 4 cm.

The levers that I have are about 2 cm shorter than the original ones.

 

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34 minutes ago, Totti said:

Here are some more pictures @MGG and @Canomball.

I didn't quite understand Your question @Canomball. I You mean the bar end weights, I have the ones that came with the Barkbusters.

The distance between the brake handle and the hand guard is about 4 cm.

The levers that I have are about 2 cm shorter than the original ones.

 

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Great photos thanks! I was curious how the adapter fit was under the brake reservoir exit line. It looks like it can just be rotated upwards if its an issue.

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Hi all. I have used a Max torque can from my previous tenere 660 and made the link pipe from 8 bits of st/st pipe

arc welded together i`m very pleased with how it has come out and it sounds great.

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Exellent job with this exhaust. Looks great.

Where did you buy those side racks ?

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Steering damper installed. Not so easy. You need to push the tank back and access the steering stem nut.

 

Still not test. My wheels are in Italy. And you know what's happen in Italy these days ...

 

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I always use a steering damper. It's a confort. Even on these roads it is an advantage. I had the luck to test with and without. A big difference.

 

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South Africa, Cederberg road

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42 minutes ago, r2r said:

Exellent job with this exhaust. Looks great.

Where did you buy those side racks ?

The side frames are gen yamaha but the right hand one i had to alter to take givi outback cases that i already had from my 

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Today I put on my Heed engine bars, Ermax screen, small rear graphics and a twin USB charger. Bars were easy to fit till I had to take them all off again to fit the USB socket, doh! I've not tried the screen yet but will report after next ride out. 

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Not sure the bar bags will be waterproof but I can wrap stuff up first. 

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1 hour ago, John61 said:

Today I put on my Heed engine bars, Ermax screen, small rear graphics and a twin USB charger. Bars were easy to fit till I had to take them all off again to fit the USB socket, doh! I've not tried the screen yet but will report after next ride out. 

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Are you sure that you have to take the Heed bars off to fit USB socket? I install USB socket before the crash  bars but I believe it's possible to do it in revers order. I've got the same bars and bags.👍

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