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Discussion in 'Australia' started by bigbrad, Jan 2, 2017.
^^^ Answer = "keep both" ^^^
Hey Troy. I got a better pic but can't find it on Smugmug. Bugger.
I'm on a pension.
cut back on the Geritol... eat stewed prunes instead of those expensive laxatives, and put off the purchase of that new electric mobility scooter... put a chair on the SE if you have too, but don't sell it ya' old coot... trust me on this one...
Agree with other previous good advise, don’t sell your SE, I regret letting mine go. But no comparison to the 2019 fe501”Rexed”
New seat finally arrived, so I broke out the stapler and spray glue.
No ride on it yet, the weather has been very spring like.
Bit the seat is a lot nicer to sit on while stationary.
Look what else turned up today, what a piece of artwork.
Made in Rangiora, just out of Christchurch.
$250 NZ pesos.
No affiliation, just a happy customer.
Guys, what mileage are you getting from your 500’s? I have a mate with a 17/18 500 who reckons he wont get 200k out of 12 litres! I call bullshit! I can do that distance with about 11 litres with the 570. We have a high country trip coming up. Stock bike from KSP tards.
2019 FE501, 15 litre Acerbis, 15/48, 260 - 320 kms depending.
2017 Ktm500 , 17L IMS ,14/46 , 280-340 kms on std mixed terrain
Fuel Torque adventure map in ECU
Your mate will come very close to 200km from the 12L
13 Kim 500 15 litres Rex tune 14/52
Thanks heaps guys, well it seems he maybe right.
Hes buying some Kriegas in the meantime and will carry a jerry or one of my DesertFox bladders.
Geez that's a heavy 500.
You're right BB imagine how many ks I could get to the tank if I lost some weight.
“Kim” Chinese copy Chris?
Must be why it's so heavy Al.
I put on this lovely clutch cover.
And went for a test ride of the new seat concepts comfort seat.
The 500 handled the knee deep river crossings easily.
I am very impressed with the seat, I could handle sitting on it all day I reckon.
It's actually better than the seat concepts on my Dr650.
Next on the list is a screen and some dash/ wiring sort out from motominded.
I have used all my fancy electronic connectirs from eBay to install new super Bendy LED blinkers on the rear.
They don’t blink too rapidly yet, but if I get to replacing the bulb front blinkers with LED blinkers too, they will definitely flash too quickly.
The kit of 4 indicators came with two resistors, the orange square pictured, but I haven’t put them in line yet.
Has anybody installed these resistors, any particular (positive or negative) side. I guess under the headlight cowling would be an ideal spot??
Get a no-load electronic flasher (any auto parts store).... no resistors needed.
Where did you get said bendy blinkers from?
I agree with 2old2bold, get a no load flasher relay , I guess a 2 pin one is the go.
I will need one soon as well.