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Old 06-28-2010, 10:27 PM   #2836
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Old 06-29-2010, 12:10 AM   #2837
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Just wanted to show you some nice pics, we've got heaps of cool stuff in the pipe-line. Here is our hexagonal titanium muffler that's just finished, our decal kit, rear brake cyl protector. And of course, our Adv/Rally-kit for the SE is also ready! Pics will follow this week when we get the fairing back from the fibre glass shop. More info at raiddesigns.com!







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Old 06-29-2010, 06:52 AM   #2838
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Let's see the Adv/Rally-kit for the SE!

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Old 06-29-2010, 11:20 AM   #2839
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Let's see the Adv/Rally-kit for the SE!

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Weeell... The fairing was due to be finished today, but the fibre glass shop let us down. New dead-line; Thursday.

So here are a few pics of the bracket. It will feature double brackets for nav gear that are fully adjustable for depth and 3 steps in height so you can position it where you want it.

Everything will be bolt-on including extension cables for stock cabling so no surgery needed in the wiring loom. Lower light is high-beam with xenon.

More details will of course follow when it is ready to ship. Our first customer is already in Romania testing our new stuff. Although we have already tested this setup in the Tuareg Rallye without issues.

Some fellow ADV inmates in different parts of the world have signed up as test riders to test the kits even further to make sure most issues will be sorted and will of course have first dibs on the kits.

www.raiddesigns.com (we apologise for the temporary webpage, more time is spent in the shop than in front of this computer!)

The bare bone:

On the bike with the light fixture
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One possible setup
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Old 06-29-2010, 04:09 PM   #2840
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Nope, they are FMF 4.1 cans. Maybe they look short because of the camera angle?
I think they are shorter than Q's though?
They are shorter than my Akra's for sure.
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Old 06-29-2010, 04:54 PM   #2841
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Weeell... The fairing was due to be finished today, but the fibre glass shop let us down. New dead-line; Thursday.

So here are a few pics of the bracket. It will feature double brackets for nav gear that are fully adjustable for depth and 3 steps in height so you can position it where you want it.

Everything will be bolt-on including extension cables for stock cabling so no surgery needed in the wiring loom. Lower light is high-beam with xenon.

More details will of course follow when it is ready to ship. Our first customer is already in Romania testing our new stuff. Although we have already tested this setup in the Tuareg Rallye without issues.

Some fellow ADV inmates in different parts of the world have signed up as test riders to test the kits even further to make sure most issues will be sorted and will of course have first dibs on the kits.

www.raiddesigns.com (we apologise for the temporary webpage, more time is spent in the shop than in front of this computer!)

The bare bone:

On the bike with the light fixture
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One possible setup
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I will start pulling the stock crap off my bike now....
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Old 06-29-2010, 07:42 PM   #2842
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Paris to Dacre rally this past weekend. Team Fat Girl brought three 950 SE's and finished the 800 KM off road exodus in 15 hrs 108 started the event and 30 finished. We came in 6th place.

4:00 am start....

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Old 06-29-2010, 09:29 PM   #2843
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Paris to Dacre rally this past weekend. Team Fat Girl brought three 950 SE's and finished the 800 KM off road exodus in 15 hrs 108 started the event and 30 finished. We came in 6th place.

4:00 am start....


Congrats Crank.... .....What stopped 70% of the riders from finishing?
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Old 06-29-2010, 09:51 PM   #2844
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Old 06-30-2010, 12:09 AM   #2845
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Old 06-30-2010, 05:51 AM   #2846
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Congrats Crank.... .....What stopped 70% of the riders from finishing?
Here is one of the water hole sections.....


The video is not us, its one of the teams in the back of the pack. The first 300 miles was dirt roads and some jeep trail, but after the mandatory lunch stop, it dove right into the slimy, nasty, rooted up trails
We loved it actually! At one point we rode over a beaver damn.
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Old 06-30-2010, 02:14 PM   #2847
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Which rear / side rack model is this? wondering as it keeps the passenger footpegs?

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Old 06-30-2010, 03:46 PM   #2848
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Here is one of the water hole sections.....


The video is not us, its one of the teams in the back of the pack. The first 300 miles was dirt roads and some jeep trail, but after the mandatory lunch stop, it dove right into the slimy, nasty, rooted up trails
We loved it actually! At one point we rode over a beaver damn.
Wow long rally...looks like you rode all the way to the swamps of Florida...
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Old 06-30-2010, 07:11 PM   #2849
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Which rear / side rack model is this? wondering as it keeps the passenger footpegs?

thx
Not Hi-jacking, But I like my BBriggs OLD STYLE Racks that are discontinued.
I used a 1/4' Aluminum spacer on the lower footpeg bolt & bolted the peg OVER
the rack & alum bushing. Worked great but I dont have a Pic
The stock KTM Super Moto Racks fits NICE but DONT protect the sideplates / silencers too well.
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Old 06-30-2010, 09:42 PM   #2850
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Not Hi-jacking, But I like my BBriggs OLD STYLE Racks that are discontinued.
I used a 1/4' Aluminum spacer on the lower footpeg bolt & bolted the peg OVER
the rack & alum bushing. Worked great but I dont have a Pic
The stock KTM Super Moto Racks fits NICE but DONT protect the sideplates / silencers too well.
Contact BBriggs... his racks now work with the passenger pegs. Or at least the can by request.
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