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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by PWarren4, Oct 26, 2012.
What is the fuse on the red wire for? No relay?
Belt and suspenders..?
Pretty much. The fuse on the red wire is part of the Garmin wiring harness. It's actually even less than 5 amps, if I remember correctly (2.5 amps?), so I left it in.
got the bike cleaned at BMW @3
its now 10pm.. i am about to leave work...my bike is having olympic-pool size drops of rain water hitting the ground outside..
Okay, so a followup on this one. The vendor replied to my email within about 15 minutes. A day later I got a shipment confirmation and a refund of 12 Euros to cover the cost of shipping the wrong part back. Still miffed that I have to wait another 2-3 weeks for the part to arrive, but really impressed that the vendor bent over backwards to make it right as fast as humanly possible.
So I pushed the GS into the corner of my shop and hopefully have enough room to get the GSA sidecar rig past it.
Neat install. FWIW, that open slot that used to secure the tool roll retaining strap will allow water under the seat, and could cause the fuzeblock to fail. I know someone that didn't, and the fuzeblock internals corroded and failed.
RTV works well.
Just installed a pair of Rigid clones and a KruzLocker.
Not bad for half the price.
Good advice NoVaRider. I use liquid electrical tape but RTV would probably be better. I kept the plactic tool pouch and put it on top of the Centech. It stays dry. The old pouch is a good place to keep a few extra fuses.
Good point, I'm on it!
More farkles for the new machine:
Wunderlich adjustable shiftlever, finally the shifter hits my foot where I want it to:
And a Wunderlich Vario screen, still working on adjusting it just right:
Credit goes to jvb on the differential diagnosis.
Hmmmm, half the price you say? Please share the brand with a fellow cheapskate lol
BROKE IT.. Hope ez fix.
Added some new carbon fiber head guards from Leo Vince...
I installed a different style final drive guard than what I had originally had on the bike. After installing it, I figured out a way to install the other guard too, but I'm not sure if I like how it looks...
The specs seem to be identical to Rigid's so I wonder if they're made in the same factory. You need to specify if you want spot or flood.
does anyone want to go halves on a pair of these?
I only want one setup, I do 90% of my riding in the city
If i don't hear feedback i may just buy the pair and put one in the sale section..
Hey would you mind posting pics of the light from behind?
Here you go....
Took off my BMW Vario cases and put on the Bumot 45L panniers and 7L toolkit.
I have to say this is one of the most professional looking and easy to install sets of panniers I have ever put on. I did have to move the turn signals back so they wouldn't interfere with the toolkit, but Bumot provides standoffs and there is plenty of wire available, so it's just a matter of removing the turn signals and relocating them.
The project was easy to do and the panniers are built extremely well! I give them two thumbs up!
On the bike (without my H&B top case)
Finished project with topcase:
One more view:
Up to now, I had to slide my 17" notebook w/case into the H&B topcase, but these panniers will allow the computer to fit into one. The overall with is 43 1/2-in, and while tighter than before, I can still get the GSA through the gate without taking off either of the new bags.