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gpmucci
8 hours ago, loneranger700 said:

can we..um.. get more pics?? 👀

Sure, I will write a story in the "race" section.

 

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gpmucci
6 hours ago, Marc said:

Wow! Did you create those parts in the work stands also? If so, that's incredible skill.

Sure.It's a racing T7 named Olivia.
It, "she" should race the 2021 Africa Eco Race, but the race is cancelled.

176kg ( real) 32 ltrs. 

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MikeCMP

I received my Rally Raid components yesterday. Took the linkage apart and greased the bolts, then threw the new shock on. Easy enough. Open cartridge is going in probably saturday.

 

I'm also working on wiring all my GPS and stuff on the bike. I think i can hide my eastern beaver box under one of the side panels, gotta give that a try as under the seat is a crappy place for it. I might start up a thread when i get serious on that project. Right now i am trying to fit my Zumo locking mount and hondo perfect squeeze on the 12mm bar.....

 

 

Mike

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OU812

Installed my $20 🇨🇦 axle sliders... link   a good fit, cleans up the front nicely!

 

 

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DWEL700

OU812, looks like you are missing a fastener on your left fork cover.

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OU812
1 hour ago, DWEL700 said:

OU812, looks like you are missing a fastener on your left fork cover.

well well... look at that, thanks!

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DWEL700

Yes I have them on as well but in the top pic it looks to be missing. Hmm strange.

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TimmyTheHog

 It does look missing...

 

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gone2seed

installed aluminum handles ‘cause sooner or later, ‘gonna have to pick this pig up.6F30FD5A-D2E1-4A5E-B06D-10D10DD14C4A.thumb.jpeg.4a4d8ba3140691a392fa2d431c56142e.jpeg

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REDHORSECA
5 hours ago, OU812 said:

Installed my $20 🇨🇦 axle sliders... link   a good fit, cleans up the front nicely!

 

 

Just ordered a set from Mad Hornets $23 on AMZ.  I've already torn off the bottom screw on both sides from crashing, good thing I replaced them with nylon bolts to shear off easily without damaging the lower fork legs.

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JiXX

Fitted a Tusk Olympus Tank Bag

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Baggey22
19 hours ago, gone2seed said:

installed aluminum handles ‘cause sooner or later, ‘gonna have to pick this pig up.6F30FD5A-D2E1-4A5E-B06D-10D10DD14C4A.thumb.jpeg.4a4d8ba3140691a392fa2d431c56142e.jpeg

Where’d you get those handles??

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gone2seed

https://www.don-jo.com/wp-content/uploads/1348.pdf

    Flea bay

  You can get them in different lengths.

I went with the 8” because it might help protect the plastic and should help support the dry bag.

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Rich TT

Cleaned it after last week's epic mud fest.

 

Ready for the next one. 

 

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mr. projekt
On 11/20/2020 at 1:02 PM, gone2seed said:

https://www.don-jo.com/wp-content/uploads/1348.pdf

    Flea bay

  You can get them in different lengths.

I went with the 8” because it might help protect the plastic and should help support the dry bag.

Do i get someone on ebay to make this? I'm confused. sorry

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gone2seed
7 hours ago, mr. projekt said:

Do i get someone on ebay to make this? I'm confused. sorry

I liked the price of the Tusk rear rack. The brackets that mount it are 1”X 1/4” mild steel. They don’t really have any where you can get a good grip on them. The handles are manufactured by a company called Don-jo. They are most commonly used on commercial buildings as door pulls. 

   You can do a search on EBay and several sources will come up. Hope this helps.

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365moto.eu

Today I installed a modified IAT (Intake Air Temperature) sensor.

It's just behind the LCD dashboard.

 

In Italy there are two persons who modify those temperature sensor. I choose "belinassu".

 

The concept is to modify value of the temperature which is read by the ECU. According a non-linear curve.

 

The purpose is to fool the ECU into believing that the outside temperature is lower, thus enriching the petrol mixture, respecting the stoichiometric ratio.

 

I am not too competent, so I do not want to be exhaustive and I recommend you to read more information about it on the internet.

 

The bike now no longer has the annoying ON-OFF effect at low revs (for example in third gear at 3,000 rpm)... do you know?

 

So without changing the control unit you get a very good result, with softer and more useful low speeds in off-road at low speed.

 

Note: It is recommended to fit a more permeable air filter. I chose the one from Guglatech (always Italy).

 

Here some photos:

 

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Transparencies:

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Guglatech air filter:

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IAT is here:

 

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OEM Yamaha IAT (I removed):

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mr. projekt
6 hours ago, gone2seed said:

I liked the price of the Tusk rear rack. The brackets that mount it are 1”X 1/4” mild steel. They don’t really have any where you can get a good grip on them. The handles are manufactured by a company called Don-jo. They are most commonly used on commercial buildings as door pulls. 

   You can do a search on EBay and several sources will come up. Hope this helps.

 

yep that did it! thank you!

 

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This is Top Notch Quality Hardware, there is nothing cheesy about this.

 

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Goldentaco
On 11/13/2020 at 8:08 PM, JohnfromDP said:

Do you have any action pics of the lights at night?

Sorry, took a while.  Here's a couple pics and video.  Turn on captions in the vid for descriptions of lighting stages. 

 

 

The Upper Cutoff for the low beam in the pics is about 60ft.

Low only:

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Low and High:

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Low and Aux @50%:

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Low, High, and Aux @100%:

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J

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JohnfromDP

thanks for the pics, very impressive....

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CReamflourish

Fitted a RallyRaid 80Nm rear spring.

 

Set preload at 7 clicks from 0 preload (soft) to get me close baseline sag. (I'm 75kg + gear).

 

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Fork preload washers to go in next!

 

Also fitted some RallyRaid stainless rear wheel spacers:

 

https://www.rally-raidproducts.co.uk/yamaha-t7-tenere/yamaha-t7-tenere-rear-wheel-spacer-kit-stainless-steel

 

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Can't really see them! But the stock one were pretty grooved up  after just over 5k miles:

 

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