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  1. For Sale / Wanted
    Brackets for auxiliary fan are back in stock. You can now run two fans. Ideal for sand and mud riding in hot climate. You can spot weld them or use a special aluminum glue. 50$ cad a set. Includes bolts. Only 20 sets available.
  2. XR
    Hi, I have a 2004 XR400, the model without a battery (are they all like this?) bought in the UK. I want the facility to charge a mobile phone or sat-nav whilst riding. The alternator appears to produce an unrectified but regulated output of around 12v AC for the lights. Is there a means to...
  3. Africa Twin
    There’s a small amount of storage space under the pillion seat but access requires a spanner to remove two 10 mm screws. This spanner is in the toolbox by the battery which in turn needs the Allen key under the rider seat. To make the pillion seat quicker to remove there are two easy...
  4. Africa Twin
    I am currently drafting auxiliary aluminum fuel tanks for my RD07. On the left side, the mosfet regulator can easily be moved inside the toolbox under the seat. What about the coolant reservoir? Has anyone found a different location? It can't be moved to where the RD03 coolant tank sits because...
  5. Africa Twin
    Secondary fan for Africa Twins Made a small batch of those. Some Greek AT rider insisted I made him a set. :D The adapters allow to install an OEM fan on the left radiator for improved cooling in hot weather and slow sections. The brackets are aluminum and must be spot welded onto your rad. I...
  6. Africa Twin
    I have just bought some Oxford heated grips and need some advice on the BEST way to wire them into so they are turned on/off by the ignition - 2001 AT. On my other bike it has a 'spare' wire for an auxiliary device. Does the AT have this? All advice welcome please. Thanks Phil
  7. Africa Twin
    I am planning on riding my RD07a from Cairo to Cape Town this year. One of my concerns is the availability of clean fuel along some of the less frequently used roads and therefore I am looking at increasing the fuel range of the bike. Somebody offered to sell me a 43 liter Touratech tank. I am a...
  8. Africa Twin
    adventure spec led auxiliary lighting VisionX 5inch Xmitter Low Profile Prime LED Light Wide Beam My DRL's are starting to play up so I'm considering buying one of these lights, I'd like to fit it under the headlight but I'm not sure if it will foul the front mudguard at max squash. Does anyone...
  9. Transalp
    Hi there...;);) anyone ever heard of rear fog/auxiliary lights which would fit the ta650....i would also be interested in anything which would fit the honda luggage to give more visibility from the back....
  10. Transalp
    Hi there... anyone ever heard of rear fog/auxiliary lights which would fit the ta650....i would also be interested in anything which would fit the honda luggage to give more visibility from the back....
  11. Mechanical Advice
    Yes I know the threads about Aux/Spot lights have been done to death but all of them recommend different types of lights. Some say get the bike bullets some say get LED spots and some say get 55w Fog lights. So what I want to know why all the choices and what would you recommend and why for...
  12. Africa Twin
    Now I've fitted the Roo bars ( :D) to my RD04, I' thinking that maybe some auxiliary lamps wouldn't go amiss. Anyone else done this, and if so, to what level of success? Mungrel
  13. Mechanical Advice
    Luminator Round Fog Lamp Does anyone know a simple way of installing these lamps. They mention a 4 or 5 pin relay on the instructions and I am wondering whether I....................... A. need it B. Will fry my electrics if I don't use it Replies, no matter how condescending will be great...
  14. Africa Twin
    TT will sell separately the mounts for their fog lights for the princely sum of 62 euro each. I don't like the price but I do like the look of them and I just don't have time to spend making a set myself...
  15. Product Reviews
    This is a great piece of kit that I bought whilst in the States a couple of years ago for $45 (about £30 at the time) but it is available online. Basically it’s an additional fuse box that enables you to quickly and easily power any additional accessories you want to put on your bike. I...
  16. Mechanical Advice
    If I used thick enough cable and a good enough switch and fuse holder coming directly from the battery, would I still need to fit a relay? :confused:
  17. Mechanical Advice
    Having been well impressed with Austin's auxiliary lights , as they lit up my rear view mirrors at the recent Scottish borders meet , I decide to fit a set to the Alp. However I have a problem ......... I fitted a set of Ring Micro cruise lights 2 x 55w and wired them in with the ring wiring...
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