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  1. Africa Twin
    could someone kindly check if there's any writing/codes etc written on the diode in the cockpit fusebox. cheers
  2. Africa Twin
    Hello All. Today took the first ride in brilliant sunshine .. Was a long trip on the newly refurbished bike. Everything went really well and I'm really happy. Too bad here are not so many running XRV in Southern Sweden Will probably be a longer trip this summer Regards / Dennis Nästan Färdig2...
  3. Africa Twin
    Am looking at stripping off the whole front end of fairing, clocks, lights, fairing bracket - everything must go! Because I am looking to fit a small enduro headlight and a couple of enduro style spots/projector lights and a koso digital speedo. Together with an SM wheel it will be what I want...
  4. Africa Twin
    Hello all, I have recently bought a 1990 RD04 and have been poking around to get to know it.... Any ideas which fuses should be in the box? at present it has two 10's in the spare sockets, then in the main section, from left to right there is the diode followed by 10,10,15,10. Does this sound...
  5. Africa Twin
    The Diode in the fusebox on my RD04 has become detached and there appears to be no way to replace or reconnect it. The fusebox is a sealed unit and ( I assume) comes with the Diode. I guess this little blighter is essential for ignition as whilst the bike will turn over, (only with the clutch...
  6. Transalp
    Hi all this is my first post as up till now my 87` transalp has been nothing but reliable. How ever this weekend got out the garage having not been run for a few weeks and battery was flat bump started it and left it running. Up to now all was ok, decided to fit the fly lead for my charger wired...
  7. Africa Twin
    Hi I am trying to renew the diode on my AT that enables it to start in gear, does anyone know the part number as it is not listed as a diode on the microfiche, cheers:confused:
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