W/lich Vario Screen Pd

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by boxertwinuk, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. boxertwinuk

    boxertwinuk GB Rider

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    Is the Wunderlich screen still available for the R100GS PD - I've read a coupla theads here that say it's good but I haven't seen one nor can I find it on the wunderlich site....?
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  2. Bernd Bauer

    Bernd Bauer Adventurer

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    Hi,

    the screen is made by the french company Ermax (please don't click on the girl :evil )

    The screen is still listed in the catalogue and is also available at Wunderlich

    Here you can dee some pics of my PD with the screen

    [​IMG]


    [​IMG]


    Regards

    Bernd
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  3. boxertwinuk

    boxertwinuk GB Rider

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    Thanks Bernd
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  4. sdpc2

    sdpc2 Just another Rally Rat

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    Where did you get those turn signals? I have the same bike, although mine looks a lot different! :evil

    Do you have a problem with other drivers seeing them? What does the rear set look like?

    thanks,

    scott



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  5. Bernd Bauer

    Bernd Bauer Adventurer

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    Hi,

    here in Germany you can get this turn signals at almost every motorcycle shop (e.g. Louis) . I have the old halogen version and not the newer LED ones.
    But compared to the OEM ones the signals are IMO much brighter and the angle of the beam is much wider.
    So I never noticed that other drivers have problems with them.

    Like this:

    [​IMG]


    With the OEM turn signals I wasn't able to completly open the lid of my Woick alu boxes. So I needed something more narrow.

    Regards

    Bernd
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  6. boxertwinuk

    boxertwinuk GB Rider

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    Hi Bernd

    do you have a link for the site(s) with LED's both front & rear...I don't speak German, so it's difficult to navigate the german sites...but most will deliver to the UK...!
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  7. sdpc2

    sdpc2 Just another Rally Rat

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    Thanks Bernd. They look great. Are both front and rear the same? How difficult was the mounting.

    I would like to order them from the dealer that you sent to me, but dont know if they speak/read English. Do you know?

    thank yuo,

    sdc
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  8. Bernd Bauer

    Bernd Bauer Adventurer

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    Hi,
    so here are some links for you:

    Louis on foreign customers (english)

    All turn signals available at Louis: Page 1, Page 2

    The LED version of my front signals
    available in black or carbon fibre look (price per pair)

    and some LED signals for the rear

    When you replace the turn signals with LED then the signal frequency will change (will be much too fast). In order to compensate this effect you have to install somme additional resistors.

    Installation:

    For the rear signals I made some simple mounting brackets:

    [​IMG]

    When I installed the front signals then I didn't want to drill any new holes into the fairing. So I put a piece of metal on the inside of the OEM hole and then riveted the signals on this metal.


    Regards

    Bernd
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  9. boxertwinuk

    boxertwinuk GB Rider

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    Thanks Bernd.
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