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Old 01-06-2011, 06:34 PM   #6301
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Though they are stainless steel, I'll be ordering the black coated version, just because the silver would contrast too much with the black panels on the U.S. version.
The stainless is one reason I am really liking them for my black XTZ. I was thinking that it needs a some contrast to break up all the black.
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Old 01-06-2011, 06:36 PM   #6302
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That's true. I think they would good on the black. I ordered the blue and think there would be too many contrasting colors on those.
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Old 01-06-2011, 06:42 PM   #6303
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Definitely, I'll give all the off road a whirl with it...technicals, we'll see. As a daily driver I might take some caution with the heavy off road work.

But it is definitely going off road.

Hard Parts:
To DoQtySource
Bracket for Heated GripsMotorradgarage
ExhaustMotorradgarage
Windshield bracketMotorradgarage
Raising links with new feet for center standMotorradgarage
SW Motech tool box mounts to bash plateMotorradgarage
Pillion PegsMotorradgarage
Kaoko Cruise ControlTwisted Throttle
BashplateAltRider or SW Motech
Engine GuardsAltRider or SW Motech
Left 37L TraxxTwisted Throttle
Right 45L TraxxTwisted Throttle
Luggage Racks (SW Motech)Twisted Throttle
Powered Tank Bag Mount (SW Motech)Twisted Throttle
Powered Tank Bag Ring (for tank bag)Twisted Throttle
Rear Rack (Hepco Becker)Amotostuff
HB 52L TopcaseAmotostuff
52L Topcase BackrestAmotostuff
Ram ball for top mountRocky Mountain ATV
8 position (5 switched/3 unswitched) fuzeboxEasternBeaver.com
1 Front Powerlet Switched--L/S (non throttle side)EasternBeaver.com
1 Loom to SAE Plug to front, Unswitched (medium length loom to fuze panel).EasternBeaver.com
1 Rear Powerlet Switched (long wire to R/F fuze panel)EasternBeaver.com
1 Wire Loom (determine length) to SAE with an inline 5V power stepped down from 12VEasternBeaver.com
EasternBeaver.com
BUY SAE Ends x3EasternBeaver.com
1 Wire Loom (Short,18") to SAE with an inline 5V power stepped down from 12VEasternBeaver.com
Speedo healerCalSportBike.com
Heated Grips (...see Larry for discount...on all 4 Yammie parts)Yamaha
Wind DeflectorsYamaha
LED Blinkers Yamaha
Headlight protector: 23P-H4105-00-10 Yamaha
Custom nylon bags from Corrado113's thread for tool stowage in nooks and crannies? ADV Vendor
Medium Touring WindshieldCal-Sci
Buy their knurled screws: 11.00Cal-Sci
Scorpio Alarm Harness for YamahaPashnit
Highway Dirtbikes Top Clamp (Standard)ADVRider thread
HDP Switch (3)HighwayDirtBikes.com
Barkbusters???
Ram ball only: RAM-B-349U 1015, X2…need a mount of some kind off the mirror
Existing farkles swap from DL:
Scorpio Alarm (existing), need the Yamaha 1200Z connector
Stebel and harness
Sirius w/aqua box
GPS Mount
That is one complete farkle list! I am keeping a copy as a cheat sheet. Well done!
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Old 01-06-2011, 06:49 PM   #6304
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PM me with your email addy and I'll send it to you. For the truly insane.

I have it in excel complete with formulas to calculate costs....also will help you figure financing/downpayment etc...a tab also that incorporates how much you've saved for month toward the farkles and how that impacts your downpayment/payment per month.

Mostly though, it's to help track who you're buying from, how much the quoted price was--helps you shop and also when you go to buy it's sorted by vendor so you don't miss anything at purchase time.

Oh and Jeremy--please, crashbars in black. You can erase my ?? where it says SW Motech, I'll be going with AltRider

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Old 01-06-2011, 06:52 PM   #6305
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A more svelte and compact (read: emergency only and not day-to-day) passenger peg system would be a good aftermarket hard part.
I believe Wasp is working on that as well......
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:06 PM   #6306
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Jeremy,
Crash bars that dont dominate the bike or degrade the narrow, sleek look of it from head on. Being able to take panels off with bar removal would be great but dont over do it making them too wide. Yamaha has strived to make the bike narrow in contrast to the wide jugs and all of the GS. If the crash bars are to overdone and too wide they can in my opinion destroy the offroad look of the bike. A fine line. for sure. Only my opinion though.
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:09 PM   #6307
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I can actually remove all the plastic without touching the bars. (DL1000)

but don't ask me to explain it to you, but it's a combination of Zen, Origami and Twister. I manage to do it everytime but never remember enough detail to write it down.

Cheers
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I've tried, just not well versed enough in zen, origami and twister to make it happen. I hope Alt Rider is going to make it straight forward for us. I won't buy bars that require me to remove or do origami to do simple maintenance.
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:12 PM   #6308
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PM me with your email addy and I'll send it to you. For the truly insane.

I have it in excel complete with formulas to calculate costs....also will help you figure financing/downpayment etc...a tab also that incorporates how much you've saved for month toward the farkles and how that impacts your downpayment/payment per month.

Mostly though, it's to help track who you're buying from, how much the quoted price was--helps you shop and also when you go to buy it's sorted by vendor so you don't miss anything at purchase time.

Oh and Jeremy--please, crashbars in black. You can erase my ?? where it says SW Motech, I'll be going with AltRider, as long as you guys don't make big changes before release.
PM sent. I really appreciate the legwork on your part. Great job.
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:27 PM   #6309
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That is one complete farkle list! I am keeping a copy as a cheat sheet. Well done!

I'll second that.
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:38 PM   #6310
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Yeah, I didn't include Phase I and II columns with the $$...

Phase I (Immediate): $2600

Phase II (wait 5 minutes): $2300

I have a tendency to overbuild...BUT I will say...SOME crap is more expensive that others...ahem, ahem:

Luggage & TravelProtection & SafetyErgo, Entertainment (wind, sirius, power)Looks and Sound (exhaust etc)Off Road Improve
2504






570



571



950



229



Bill Funny thing my list looks like yours. LOL you only got me beat by about $100. Total list if I got everything ended up around $4200. When I saw the the total my charge card ran from my wallet. LOL This bike is going to put me in the poor house by the time I am done.

@Jeremy, you going to be taking orders at the NY Show? I need to get my farkle pile so when the bike comes in I'll be ready to install it all and go for a long ride. Can't wait to see and feel all your products. They all look top notch.

Also would a highway peg fit on those crash bars since you are using 1" dia SST?
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:47 PM   #6311
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I've tried, just not well versed enough in zen, origami and twister to make it happen. I hope Alt Rider is going to make it straight forward for us. I won't buy bars that require me to remove or do origami to do simple maintenance.
When I spoke with Jeremy at the Long Beach show I specifically asked that question. You will NOT have to remove the bars to access the right-side panel electrics/battery/etc. Jeremy indicated that the prototype bars on display were even a little wider than necessary to remove the panel, so the production units would be a bit narrower.

I don't believe that is true for the left side pane, but you only need to access that panel if doing a coolant change.
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:50 PM   #6312
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How much will that suck?
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Old 01-06-2011, 08:02 PM   #6313
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I don't believe that is true for the left side pane, but you only need to access that panel if doing a coolant change.
I think you need to remove the left panel to lift the tank and service the air filter.
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Old 01-06-2011, 08:54 PM   #6314
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I think you need to remove the left panel to lift the tank and service the air filter.
Just checked the service manual...and you are correct!

Hopefully Jeremy will chime in regarding if the left side panel can be removed with the bars in place.
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Old 01-06-2011, 10:48 PM   #6315
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Altrider Skid Plate

Really like it. Anyone knows when the altrider skid plate be available? And how much?
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