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Old 10-08-2010, 10:51 AM   #211
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Well, that 40252 Facet has been pretty darn hard to find available,...
Greetings,
You're absolutely correct! I just spent the better part of an hour doing an internet search for this model, and other than finding a 'listing' of it by Facet, I have been unable to find a single instance where its actually for sale.

Can anyone point us to a place where we can actually buy one of these?

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Old 10-08-2010, 11:38 AM   #212
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Greetings,
You're absolutely correct! I just spent the better part of an hour doing an internet search for this model, and other than finding a 'listing' of it by Facet, I have been unable to find a single instance where its actually for sale. Can anyone point us to a place where we can actually buy one of these?

http://www.jnelectric.com/

"#40252 is basically an OEM part number, and if you don't need the electrical connector that is installed on this pump you can purchase a 40177 which is basically the same pump without the connector. Contact J&N Auto Electric in the US and ask for part number 40177N."

The quoted bit is information from Facet Purolators.
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Old 10-08-2010, 05:26 PM   #213
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Old 10-08-2010, 05:27 PM   #214
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3) Screens..........


For screens see:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=416369
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:13 PM   #215
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cheers picked it up today so it's getting serious new Might go for soemthing a bit smaller than the ones in that link as it wasn't quite as bad as I had expected on the ~140 mile trip home.

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Old 10-12-2010, 11:48 AM   #216
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Question New 950 SE fly n' ride question

Howdy All! I've been lurking for awhile and decided to purchase a new 950 SE at an Oregon dealer. I'm riding it back to MT and wanted to know if a medium sized roll bag can be fitted to the back portion of the seat without getting melted by the stock pipes. I plan on using a bungee net and nylock straps to secure it to the grab rails. Does this plan sound reasonable?

I'm slabbing it most of the way, no hard trail riding.

Thanks for any advice. Ride safe, Bob
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Old 10-12-2010, 01:33 PM   #217
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Howdy All! I've been lurking for awhile and decided to purchase a new 950 SE at an Oregon dealer. I'm riding it back to MT and wanted to know if a medium sized roll bag can be fitted to the back portion of the seat without getting melted by the stock pipes. I plan on using a bungee net and nylock straps to secure it to the grab rails. Does this plan sound reasonable?

I'm slabbing it most of the way, no hard trail riding.

Thanks for any advice. Ride safe, Bob
Stay well clear of the stock cans....They are insanely hot!!!

See if the dealer will throw in a top rack, or see if CJ racer can ship one to the dealer....You then would have a nice platform to mount a top-box. You could easily lash down a cheap plastic box as an interim set-up..

You could also do a copy-cat design of your own for the top rack,,, very easy to make with a little bit of fore thought and common tools.
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Old 10-12-2010, 08:25 PM   #218
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Roll bag...

Max,


Congratulations on your purchase.

I think you could get-away with a small-to-medium roll bag, as long as you butt-it-up (no pun intended) to your posterior, and secure it parallel with the length of the bike (not across the bike). I will tell you, from experience, that securing stuff to the grab rails can get tricky, because they do not make-up a closed-loop...the front of each rail has a relief. If things get loose, while riding, the straps can work their way out of the grab handles.

pfdskipper is absolutely right!...Don't get anything (luggage, clothing, skin, your car, your house, your dog, etc.) near those damn OEM canisters. They get HOT, and are sure to burn anything within a foot of 'em.

I also have to agree with pfdskipper about Craig's top rack. Just buy the damn thing! You're gonna' need it...You're gonna' love it...And, once you've had it for about a week, you're gonna' wonder how you woulda' ever made it without it. Just call and bother him (CJ) until he agrees to overnight one to the dealership...We all do it.

Good luck, and enjoy your "break-in" ride.


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Old 10-12-2010, 09:01 PM   #219
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Bob and Prince,

Thanks! I took you up on the advice and Kurt over at Black Dog Cycles is shipping a rack to the OR dealer. I can put it on when I get there Friday.

I'm looking forward to the ride back, even if it has to be slow during the break-in mileage.

Never thought I'd trade a Bavarian prop for a pumpkin!
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Old 10-12-2010, 10:00 PM   #220
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...I'm looking forward to the ride back, even if it has to be slow during the break-in mileage...

I'm sure you already know this. But, don't forget to add-in an exit and entrance ramp, here-and-there...


(exit ramp) downshift...compression brake...downshift...compression brake...downshift...compression brake...etc.

then...

(entrance ramp) load the motor...first to second...load the motor...second to third...load the motor...third to fourth...etc.


Enjoy the ride...


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Old 10-19-2010, 01:03 PM   #221
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Hi

So had the SE about 10 days now and gradually going through what I need to do with it. I'm still thinking about how to fit the road book, but while I had the front cowl off, I noticed a rubber / water sealed connector. Does anyone know oif this is to fit a trip master switch? I have one from my Adv, and hadn't thought that bit through! I see a rev counter connector hanging loose, and couldn't see a connector for the trip master, but if it's something different would rather it stayed water tight.

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Old 10-19-2010, 08:29 PM   #222
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Hi

So had the SE about 10 days now and gradually going through what I need to do with it. I'm still thinking about how to fit the road book, but while I had the front cowl off, I noticed a rubber / water sealed connector. Does anyone know oif this is to fit a trip master switch? I have one from my Adv, and hadn't thought that bit through! I see a rev counter connector hanging loose, and couldn't see a connector for the trip master, but if it's something different would rather it stayed water tight.

cheers

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The connector for the Tripmaster switch are different for the Adv and for the SE. IIRC, you need a dirt bike (EXC, etc) Tripmaster switch for the SE.
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Old 10-20-2010, 01:40 AM   #223
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The connector for the Tripmaster switch are different for the Adv and for the SE. IIRC, you need a dirt bike (EXC, etc) Tripmaster switch for the SE.
Bugger - oh well Adv Trip Master switch for sale...... So is it that wrapped connector that I need to fit the trip master to?

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Old 10-20-2010, 02:47 AM   #224
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Temp gauge wiring

Hi all - can anyone show me where the temp gauge wires go (SE) from the engine and into the dash? I replaced a fuel pump recently and must have dislodged something as the temp gauge isn't displaying anymore.

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Old 10-22-2010, 03:41 PM   #225
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Question about accessory power...

...I know my SE came with two pre-wired accessory leads behind the headlight mask - one that is always hot (which I wired my GPS power cord into) and the other that is keyed with the ignition switch.

Anyone know if the keyed lead is fused and if so what amp fuse? I need to put an outlet in for my electric vest now that cold weather is coming on.

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