Transalp 1992 600 cowl& screen, dash, RH side panel, front bracket
More bits from my ‘naked’ TA project look at the pictures
Dash panel £6
Front bracket (bit bent see pics) £5
Cowl & standard size screen £25
RH side panel £25
(LH side panel was cut up for project but not used! )
This is a long shot but I figured I would give it a shot. I have a 1996 transalp in the blue/navy colour combo.
I have badly damaged my front cowl and offside front side panel.
Would anyone happen to have any fairings in this colour combo that they can sell?
If not I will have to suck...
I have a red 1999 XL600V Transalp with a damaged headlamp cowl.
I have found a replacement cowl online which is red but I'm not sure the colour will match.
Does anyone know if there were different shades of red used on this model/year?
I've attached a picture of my bike.
It's quite an...
TA 650 (probably applies to all models though)
For anyone thinking of doing this..on the 650 its a bit of a job.
The Haynes manual says you just "attach the lower end of the new cable to the upper end of the old cable, and just pull the cable through", yeah, right.
What it fails to mention...
just wondering if any one out there has tried put put a twin pipe of a 2013 450 on a 2005 . if so what mods needed , my thinking is that i would need to make a mounting point on the rear subframe for the can and a new panel to clear the can. any help please , and does it give any more power ?
Hi all just brought a xl250 degree and have got a running problem which is u cant go flat out as it cough and splutters (getting to much fuel) as when i take the air filter out and side panel off runs absolutely fine but if i leave air filter out and just put side panel on it starts to cough and...
finally fitted the NgK plug caps, im now an expert on removing the right hand panel , after fitting and removing it 3 times
Pity the left hand side diidnt have as much care the previous owner must have broken the lug that holds the panel in , blue tack was doing the job, ill be on the...
You know that moment when you poke something with a screwdriver and immediately wish you hadn’t...
I found a bit of flaky paint around where the seat and silencer bolt to the subframe, off side. One poke with a screwdriver later, I had a hole.
After a friend attacked the affected area with a...
Took a fall last week as a car turned into me whilst overtaking. I am now in search for full left fairing and gauges/cluster to start off with. Radiator coolant was leaking, still to see if it needs to be changed or not. Any offers are appreciated. Cheers!
I would like to replace the single-filament incandescent tail-light bulb in my Africa Twin with an LED panel.
Does anyone have any experience of this one from Moto-Discovery in Greece ?
Hi does anyone know how to repair the mileometer on my 98 Transalp, the speedo works perfectly but
the mileometer doesn't. I have replaced the complete instrument panel with one I bought off e bay but
that one doesn't work either. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
To restore my xrv 650 I was thinking to change my current foam panels around speedo and tacho with new ones.... I tried to do my owns with caoutchouc foam, It's not bad but not as good as brand new one... so i was thinking to buy the one from rd04/07 and do some adjustment... anyone already...
My mate Paul has just made some infil panels to go on his RD07. We were chatting the other day and he asked me to take a look at his bike and see if I could see anything different, I looked but didn't notice them until he pointed them out.
What do you think?
Further to my previous post, I am still looking for a right hand side panel for my XL600 LMF. If anyone can loan me a panel so I can have a copy made, send me a message or call me on 01708 863500. Also I need a rear wheel, any condition considered.
I am looking for the right hand number board/seat side panel for a 1987 XL600 LMF. Its the model with the three slots by the number board section. Condition not to important as I can repair most things. Also any info on useful sites to get cables and small service items from as I am restoring...