Rallye navigation bracket photo thread

Discussion in 'Racing' started by wrk2surf, May 4, 2011.

  1. HSRacer

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    Got pics?
  2. Baja Dad

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    I will try to post some soon
    I am trying to get the bike ready for a Magazine Photo shoot.
  3. Motorfiets

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  4. HSRacer

    HSRacer Banned

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    Well crap, KTM's only. :cry
  5. beechum1

    beechum1 Grimace Soup

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    I have crf forks on my bike too. I may design something if you can get some made....
  6. Baja Dad

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    Its easy!
    I made then for our 450X also.
  7. HSRacer

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    It's not for the CRF, it's for 47mm conventional Showa's
  8. wrk2surf

    wrk2surf on the gas or brakes

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    beechum1 Grimace Soup

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    After reading "Replacing MD Roadbook Drive Belts" I purchased some O rings from McMaster. I have:

    9262K452 2.5mm X 50mm qty 50

    9262K258 2.5mm X 32mm qty 50

    9262K286 3mm x X 33mm qty 25

    I used the first two successfully (in the garage) and I'm going two weekends from now as I'm going home the next. I'll post a ride report after I get back and let you all know how it went. If it goes well, and I suspect it will, I'll mail out some of these to you for the cost of beer if'n we ever meet.

    I suspect the 3mm will do better for me just looking at the Ø of the pulleys. The 3mm sits evenly across the entire fact where the 2.5 is, well smaller and doesn't contact the entire face.
  11. Baja Dad

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    Why did you take off the RS faring that Davehadon the bike?
    It was a very nice set up
  12. Motorfiets

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    The HID was not bright enough for nighttime riding and I didn't feel like pulling the seat and gas tank off just to check something with my wiring

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  14. Gany

    Gany Been here awhile

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    Hi guys,

    Just wondering what you think of my latest ADV remote variation, designed to take the KTM/Husaberg CEV switches:
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    The one on the right has provision for extra buttons, could be an extra 2 for a 2nd trip master (Id run my heated grip switch here I think, maybe a PTT if I had comms gear).

    I should be able to design a bracket to put a toggle switch that hangs under the indicator switch too for anyone that would prefer a toggle over pushbuttons for the roadbook.

    Any change suggestions or comments? Im pretty happy with it so far, might try to get a prototype made soon. Will have to be plastic though.

    Gany.
  15. Mudguts

    Mudguts when in doubt GAS IT

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    I have I nice billet block sitting there just for these switches :D:D:D
  16. tileman

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    Probably could text too :lol3
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    Sweet !!!!

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  18. jesusgatos

    jesusgatos fishing with dynamite

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    That's a neat idea!
  19. 640 Armageddon

    640 Armageddon -oo-

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    Gany,

    I think having three butttons instead of two (one on top of each other) will make it easier to control ICO, IMO, RNS and the lot.
    Two buttons will be + and - (and we are missing the reset..), so I think (even if it will be a little bit higher) it should be better.

    Don't know about the angle of the right set of buttons. Will it be ok for the thumb to reach them ? :ear

    As far as the buttons/toggle debate, that is a question of the ages... :D I would prefer buttons, but you could make that part removable so if it suffers during a crash people can change it without changing the whole switch. :huh

    D.
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