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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Psychout, Dec 8, 2011.
lemme ask again:
adjustable front brake lever?
Love to see pics mate, I've been looking at these lights for a little while now but mounting has seemed daunting enough for a rank amateur like me to avoid getting them.
Here's the ADVmonster mounted on a Dakar if that helps.
Has anyone been using a particular tank bag on their Sertao that they would recommend. I know there are lots of good ones out there that will fit but I was wanting someone with a happy experience to recommend one. I'm using a wolfman enduro one now but would like to go to something a little larger and with a better map pocket.
I've been using Giant Loops Diablo tank bag. its awesome. big enough. easy to remove. stable. water proof. looks cool. what else could you ask for?
there is a link to their site in my signature space
I've been using a Roadpak that was given to me by another inmate, it has a great map pocket, it can also be used as a backpack.
The front straps are adjustable, I had to make the rear mount, but it is bolted under the seat, it has a magnetic and Velcro base.
I wondered about that. PM me if you need a puck and I'll mail a couple out to you. I have a 4Gallon pale of em.
I really enjoy my Wolfman Expedition Lite. You're already familiar with Wolfman, so that may be a plus for you. It is significantly larger than the Enduro. For me, it is not too big to use everyday, but it is also not too small to also use on long camping trips.
Long camping trips:
I tried both the Wolfman and the Giant Loop bags on my bike and, while I've had big tank bags on my previous bikes, I just don't think it's necessary if you have a top case. So, I chose the smaller Giant Loop which is perfect to hold the little things. I find the smaller bags end up less cluttered and allow better airflow through my jacket in warmer weather.
Does anyone know if the Dakar Ohlins shock fits the Sertao?
And how about progressive fork springs from Touratech. I ordered some that were listed for the Dakar but they were a little too short. Do I just add a spacer? What about running 10wt fork oil?
Apologies if this has been covered before, but
Under the seat, on the inside edge of the top left frame rail, snugly hiding under the two fuel pipes (flow and return?) just as the fuel tank ends at the front is a connector plug. One lead is two stripes of orange and two of yellow, one is a greyish blue and red. A couple of inches is stored under a cable tie through the frame. Plug of the type that you would push the male in, then slide a sprung metal clip down to lock.
What does that do then? Seems to be sitting there doing nothing, waiting for some accessory or other? Any ideas?
Interesting... I will need to take a look.
does the retarded placement of the regulator rectifier and the exhaust header bother anyone other than myself ?
also, what are you guys doing about that fake dual exhaust ?
are you cutting off the dummy can and plugging the crossover hole?
Just changing out the exhaust altogether...
anyone have this on their bike?
Thats the one I bought...
I think a few others on here as well.
Mine is still in the box since its winter here... I'll be installing it in a few weeks
they dont list a weight savings. any idea?
I think it's some sort of emissions item, there are two hoses coming from the front and bottom of the circular part in front of the plug, one hose has a plastic braided line going forward, the hose off the bottom goes to the tank on the left side of the fuel lines.
one goes in and another goes outto the white cap and hose on the rear of the tank.