HDB Rallye Lite Kit and Dual Sport fairing,

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  1. bhorocks

    bhorocks Been here awhile

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  2. Motorfiets

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    Low beam

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    high beam

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  3. Motorfiets

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    can't take night pics worth shit.... :cry
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  4. Adrian V

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    Those lights seem well bright, more than enough for what I'm after:clap. Still wondering though, which combination would be best for night riding in Oz on dirt roads, lots of things jump out at you..... I'd be using the 40 or 60 degree as the equivalent of a low beam and don't really need a pencil beam for the high, perhaps the 20 degree and the 'low' wired together would be sufficient?

    Apologies for the thread drift Paul and thanks again for the piccies Motorfiets :clap.

    Cheers,

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  5. bhorocks

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    What channel?
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  6. Motorfiets

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  7. Droptarotter

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    Paul;

    When you are referring to the 96, 100 and 106mm towers, where/how does the measurements differ?

    I'm still wanting to get a tower for my KTM 640 if you ever get the time to sort something out??
    Is there some way to make a generic fits all HDPE tower so we can just buy the parts and make them fit?? By bolting them up inside or outside and having multiple holes to get the angles right??

    Cheers, and keep up the good work!
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  8. cross-country

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    We just put 1200 miles of racing in Baja on the Kit. Worked flawless! Amazing stuff!

    Seconds after install in Cave Creek, AZ
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    1200 miles later in San Jose del Cabo, Baja Mexico
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    The bike was cartwheeled at about 50mph in a rocky silt bed, nothing broke but my teamate's helmet visor.


    One of the coolest things about this Kit (imo) is how easy the install is. I flew to AZ from Colorado with the parts in my luggage. Teamate and chase crew picked me up in Phoenix. We installed it in a borrowed garage in under and hour and raced with it 2 days later. We didn't even have to take the tank off.
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  9. Hamilton.Cooper

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    All of this teasing....

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  10. maltese

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    I am looking at this kit and wondering how hard it would be to mount this on my g650x challenge, I have a custom lower clamp that allowed me to hook up a set of ktm wp 48mm forks, so I have the same mounting holes, but not sure if this would work with the top... any thoughts?
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  11. GravityDT

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    Any chance of any photos of the fairing kit installed on a 690 Enduro? Have a '11 690R I'm contemplating adding a fairing of sorts
    Thanks!
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  12. PDX Alamo

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  13. theantipaul

    theantipaul Reforming Neandertal

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  14. Adrian V

    Adrian V Been here awhile

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    Hi Paul,

    Any joy yet on something that will work with an aftermarket DRZ400E top triple clamp?

    Cheers,

    Adrian
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  15. Nowwhat

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  16. Motorfiets

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    loving this Paul!! :deal :clap :freaky
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  17. Yellow Pig

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  18. ROKIT_71

    ROKIT_71 Gone Orange

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    This is a picture of my riding buddy on 46 and myself prior to the start of the Australasian Safari.

    I used the HDB kit early on in the Year at an event called the Condo 750 and was extremely happy with the set up and managed to convince my riding buddy to use this set up for his new bike he was building for Safari.

    This is my 3rd bike I have set up fro Safari over the last 3 years and the HDB set up is my favorite. First bike the nav gear was mounted to a handlebar cross brace and I found I had to sit down to read the roadbook. Second bike was frame mounted and was very far forward which gave the bike a pendulum like feel over certain terrain.

    I like the HDB because I can read the roadbook standing up as it's position is great and also no pendulum like affect.

    The safari is a 7 day 3500km off road race that had us in sand, hard pack and lots of f#ckin rocks. The HDB kit showed no signs of wear and did it's job perfectly.

    If your after a light compact set up that is race proven under extreme conditions then this the 1 to get.

    Thanks Paul you offer a great product with awesome service to back it up.:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap

    P.S. The handguards are also bloody good!


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  19. Bluebull2007

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    Now this is what I am talking about. Excellent workmanship, and competitive pricing. Well done guys!
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  20. bayarearider

    bayarearider Been here awhile

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    Lucas - Is that a RR Roadbook mount mounted on top of the 12 mm bar of the HDB set-up ? How does the whole thing fit. I have the exact plate including the side gps mount on my 690. So I can just take the whole plate off and fit it on my Husaberg with the HDB set-up.