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Old 04-30-2012, 07:48 AM   #11191
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Cut n' pasted from jasonmotoelectrix. It appears the FHO12AA has been replaced by the FH020AA.
I believe the FH008 will also work.

SHINDENGEN MOSFET FH020AA REGULATOR/RECTIFIER KIT REPLACES FH012AA

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Old 04-30-2012, 07:50 AM   #11192
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Just joined the Africa twin club with an RD07a

Is there anywhere that makes stainless/alternate fastners for the airbox cover etc as mine are shot and if there being replaced I might as well upgrade?
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:59 AM   #11193
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Just joined the Africa twin club with an RD07a

Is there anywhere that makes stainless/alternate fastners for the airbox cover etc as mine are shot and if there being replaced I might as well upgrade?
I don't think so...they are quite Honda specific in size due to them being a shouldered fastener. In fact the front ones are different in size to the rear as you may already know. Just order from Honda....still cheaper (probably not by much) than turning them out on a lathe.

Oh...and welcome to the club.
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:20 AM   #11194
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Yeah thats what I'm hearing from the XRV forum - but I was ever hopeful that something fancy was available.
I suppose and adv bike needs to be simple and a Phillips screwdriver is everywhere.

So far I've done 50 miles in absolute shite weather and been suitably impressed by it, with 41K miles on it its still really tight.
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Old 04-30-2012, 10:46 AM   #11195
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Spencer54, when I got my bike I did a complete rebuild on it and one of the things that I did was to replace all of the bolts, nuts and washers. I did this with stainless steel Allen bolts, washers and nylock nuts, my thought on this was that I could have an Allen wrench set in my bike kit and it would be really small as well as an almost one size fits all set up as most of the Allen bolts are 6mm on the bike which means you would need a #5 Allen bit and so on, the most common sizes are 4, 5, 6 and 8. what i actually did was to get a "T" handle ratchet from McMaster Carr that accepts the Allen bits, small kit and it fits in my tool box in the left rear body panel.

AT Greg, go to Jim's site http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/Pr.../products.html and look at his R/R kits, he has them for the FH008 all the way thru to the FH014. Just to tell you what I did was to get the FH008 R/R (E-Bay) as it matches the mounting holes on the frame and then Jim's R/R kit wired directly to the battery. As far as the connectors go I went with the sealed connectors "Sumatomo MT series". As far as getting a new wiring harness I wouldn't, from what I saw on my bike (also 22 yrs old) the wires were in great shape (except for the butchery mostly around the harnesses extremities like turn signal wires) it was just the connectors that I didnt want to have an issue with so I got the MT series connectors. They come in single pin all the way up to six pin as there are some nine pin connectors on the bike so what I did was use a three and a six pin. Another suggestion and this is what I did, was I took the time to solder every pin on, it really makes a super strong and reliable connection,hope this helps.

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Old 05-02-2012, 10:13 AM   #11196
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FWIW, I bought a Shindegen FH020AA kit from jasonmotoelectric.com in Joplin, MO and am well pleased with his service and the product I got. You should note that the fuse holder was not supplied, but I didn't care as I already had a couple of them.

The FH020 bolts right in place of the OEM regulator on my RD07A. I found the main feed from regulator to battery had apparently been hot at some time as the connector in the main fuse housing was discoloured, and had melted its plastic cover a little. Not enough to be a problem now, but a definite sign of trouble to come, so I added a separate wire and fuse from regulator to battery as Jason recommended..

While I'm at it I'm going to modify the circuit by adding a main relay at the fuse panel, wiring it to operate from the wire returning from the ignition swiitch and with a direct 30 amp fused connection to the battery. This way, when the
ignition switch is turned on the relay will operate and connect the battery feed to the fuse panel, and the ignition switch will only need to carry enough current to operate the relay..

Maybe overkill, but I will feel better.
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Old 05-03-2012, 04:16 AM   #11197
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I want to buy a fork intended to KTM 990 with 265mm stroke.
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Old 05-03-2012, 04:29 AM   #11198
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I want to buy a fork intended to KTM 990 with 265mm stroke.
Both the 950 and 990 Adventure S models have a 265mm stroke.

The standard 950 Adventure has a 230mm stroke, and the standard 990 Adventure has a 210mm stroke.
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Old 05-03-2012, 04:48 AM   #11199
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Both the 950 and 990 Adventure S models have a 265mm stroke.

The standard 950 Adventure has a 230mm stroke, and the standard 990 Adventure has a 210mm stroke.
I would like to buy a 265 mm.
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Old 05-03-2012, 07:37 AM   #11200
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Stormforce, where did the 18" Excel wheels and spokes go on your site, also any word on the crash bars for the RD04? I've been saving my pennies and I'm already over $1000 just waiting for a few more pennies before I place an order and those two items are high on my list as well as the 21" Excel and spokes for the front and just about everything else you carry.

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Old 05-03-2012, 10:42 AM   #11201
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Stormforce, where did the 18" Excel wheels and spokes go on your site, also any word on the crash bars for the RD04? I've been saving my pennies and I'm already over $1000 just waiting for a few more pennies before I place an order and those two items are high on my list as well as the 21" Excel and spokes for the front and just about everything else you carry.

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Hey Keith

I'm afraid the UK is out of stock on the 18" x 2.5" x 32 spoke Excel rims - the last one went to a Finnish inmate on here
I could sell 'em by the bucketload if we could get hold of them. I'm waiting to hear if Japan has any in their production schedule in the near future, but don't hold your breath.
Plenty of Excel 21" & 17" rims left though

If you're desperate for an 18" rim, I can probably lay my hands on a Morad 18" x 2.5" x 32 spoke.

The Rugged Roads Crashbars for the RD03 / RD04 will be available by the end of this month, both in a Black and a White finish - I'll drop a post in here and on the XRV Forum when they're in stock - meanwhile here's the mock up of what they look like on the RD04:





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Old 05-03-2012, 11:24 AM   #11202
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Well Done !

Any target price? International shipping?

I think I can adapt these to my Transalp framed conversions
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Old 05-03-2012, 11:34 AM   #11203
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Well Done !

Any target price? International shipping?

I think I can adapt these to my Transalp framed conversions
Pricing is aimed at being the same as the RD07/07A ones -

International shipping? - of course

We are moving onto Transalp XL650V bars after the RD03/RD04 bars have completed manufacturing just have to get together with a few of the hardcore Transalp Brotherhood here in the UK to see what works, what doesn't, what's good, etc and get some input from those who'll be using them before we nail down a final design.
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Old 05-03-2012, 05:29 PM   #11204
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RD07 crash bars

Stormforce: Do you make the crash bars for RD07 to fit the 'fat' tank?
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Old 05-03-2012, 06:59 PM   #11205
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Stormforce: Do you make the crash bars for RD07 to fit the 'fat' tank?
I asked that question over at XRV.rog yesterday... answer is no. Pity!

Which fat tank have you got? I'm considering whether to get one myself. Any tips, suggestions or recommendations?
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