"New look"Trailtech//GPR top mount on LC4

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by 1stworks, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. 1stworks

    1stworks dude

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    Got some new stuff!!:evil

    Lets start w/ Trailtech 8" race light.:D
    Custom Hella 5000 reflector w/ running light inside.
    Pic w/ running light only.

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    Pic w/ 100 watt beam!!:clap

    The throw on this light is wicked at least 100 yards.

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    Prototype dash for my Wide screen and switchs.:evil

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    GPR top mount.
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    I really like this set-up!!!:D
    The GPR works great. On setting # 1 dont know it there
    #3-4 seams good for light dirt.

    Going to mount GPS in dash after dash is done.
    I run my piaa and running light on street works great.
    Once i hit the dirt i fire up the big dog and night
    turns to DAY.:evil

    firstworks
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  2. meat popsicle

    meat popsicle Ignostic

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    nice work first,

    just wondering if you have any comment on the stock E headlight and/or reason for switching to the Hella.
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  3. 1stworks

    1stworks dude

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    I wanted the light to glow but not run 100 watt light?
    does that make sense??
    I have small piaa for street and did not want the cops to
    think my main light was out.
    Its a running light too 2 watt.

    firstworks
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  4. Milhaus

    Milhaus Made in Denmark

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    Any comment on the performance of the GPR stabilizer? I am seriously considering one for my 450EXC. The GPR looks more integrated for the KTMs than the Scotts and it is anodized in Orange which looks nice as well.
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  5. 1stworks

    1stworks dude

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    I have had both and i like GPR.
    I have not ridden off road w/ GPR yet but iam sure
    it will perform well.
    There was something about the scotts i did not like
    maybe offset maybe the 2" rise i dont know.
    The look of the GPR is sweet w/ top mount.:D
    Supermoto style.

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    firstworks
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  6. Milhaus

    Milhaus Made in Denmark

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    Thanks! That and the fact that the GPR is a helluva lot less expensive doesn't hurt either! :lol3
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  7. 1stworks

    1stworks dude

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    Dont know what the GPR cost me?
    My buddy owns a motorcycle accessory store
    and just droped it off.
    He owns a Range Rover too so ill owe him
    some work on that?? Brakes maybe?

    He has the NEW SCOTTS and it looks so sweet.
    The post is a part of the top bearing race
    REALLY COOL they dont show it on the
    scotts webpage??

    scotty
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