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Discussion in 'Parallel World (790/890)' started by Migolito, Feb 5, 2019.
Let me know if your pin sits on correct height with damper.
Mines a little high but fine, sits about 2 mm above the arm.
Maybe put a washer under your pin mount/holder where it bolts onto the frame.
Is your base and damper seated properly?
You probably have the stepped arm on your damper.
Nah, its flat.
Regardless, its the same kit, shouldnt they be all the same?
Looks like you got the correct depth post. Originally Scott's shipped them with a stepped arm, but later they modified the arm from a stepped arm to a flat arm. Recent shipments from TCM had the flat arm but included the deeper post made for the stepped arm. They realized that and now appear to be shipping the ones modified to be shallower.
I'm not saying you are wrong, but that would have to be one heck of a tall post to stick up like that with a straight arm. Are you sure you just didn't look real closely at the arm when you mounted it? I was sure that I had the Scotts pin with the slidable collar until I went out ot the garage and looked. I'll buy you a beer the next time I see you if you'll walk out to the garage and stick your head up under there and look at your link arm.
You can buy me that beer, cause I can tell you FOR CERTAIN it's the flat arm and that's about the correct height, and I'm on the other side of the world (how DOES he do it?)
I got the flat arm and the deep post. The pin has NO collar, despite what the manual says, so I added a plastic BB to solve the problem. My pin now sits about as high as 1cool's does.
with all this talk about Flat arms, stepped arms, and the porno shot of the Scotts mounted....I just bought one! Now, please don't post any photos of the AXP skidplate or Rallz tires.....
Yabbut you aren’t @1coolbanana ,so you can’t look in his garage. Maybe be bought the kit before you and it’s been sitting, waiting for installation? Beer offer is only for bananaman!
Ill take it off tonight and have a look and take a pic.
I could be wrong.
I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken
Didnt take it that way
Ill share my beer with ya
Recieved a bluetooth OBDII reader and connected it today. Downloaded Torque Pro onto my tablet. Works fine with both my phone and tablet. Only had one error code stored in the ECU from running the bike without the TFT attached a few weeks ago and was able to clear it.
The app is pretty cool and very customizable. Created profiles for the bike and the truck with it.
Here is a shot of one of the screens I created on the tablet.
That’s awesome! Does Torque still only run on android?
Don't know for sure. I believe it says it works with IOS but I don't have a apple to test with.
Super bad reviews. Says doesn’t work.
And heres me getting excited ...... Bummer
Android rules! :)
I was doing a bit of digging and saw there are other apps that are said to be better for folks using IOS platforms.
That's awesome windblown!
I thought I wouldn't have a portable solution to pull codes on the road, but this may be it.
Could you post a link to the bluetooth reader and adaptor ?
OBD Fusion runs on iOS. I've only played with it for a few minutes so can't really comment on its capabilities.