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Old 05-12-2013, 05:38 PM   #76
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new warning page

This is the new warning page that will go out with every 2-part and 3-part Rumbux kit I sell. I'll be editing this into the first post as well. It's intended to make riders aware of the dangers, not scare them off the product. But I'm sure I'll lose a few customers because of it. At some point, every bike will drag hard parts, but I want people to understand the potential risks. Most Super Ten riders probably will never scrape pegs, but there certainly is a contingent that does. ::008::

*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****


Adding aftermarket accessories to your motorcycle can alter the ground clearance. You may need to adjust your riding style to avoid contact with the ground during aggressive cornering or on uneven ground.

*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****

When properly installed, this Rumbux Crash Bar will cause your Super Tenere to be wider and lower than prior to it's installation. Because of this, it is possible to contact the ground just after the left side footpeg feeler will scrape during high lean angle turns and before the center stand contacts on the right side. This can result in levering the rear wheel off the ground, and directly or indirectly cause a crash resulting in motorcycle damage, injury or death!

*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****

By installing this product you are accepting responsibility for your own actions!

EVal Innovations can not control how you ride. Please use caution until you understand if and how the installation of your new Rumbux crash bar system impacts your riding style.

EVal Innovations Inc. is not liable for injuries or damages resulting from crashes where the crash bars may have contacted the ground during riding. By installing Rumbux Adventure Products on your motorcycle, you implicitly accept these terms, and responsibility for your actions of choosing to install this product and choosing to ride in a manner which could cause motorcycle damage, injury or death.

*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****!Warning!*****

Motorcycling is an inherently dangerous activity. Please ride aware, ride safe and ride often.

Thank you for your purchase!
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The actual page has the "warning!" in red, but yellow shows up better here.

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Old 08-14-2013, 12:05 PM   #77
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I'm BACK!

Just bumping the thread to let people know that I am back from my vacation, (riding the IBR and wandering home on the back roads with the wife).

I am building an order that I hope to place with Rumbux in Sourth Africa in the next two weeks. If you're interested or have questions, now is an excellent time to contact me.

Pricing remains the same at this time:

Full 3-Part Kit - Fulling integrated system of Upper Crash Bars, Lower Bash Frame & Skid Plate - $775 delivered to your door.

2-Part Kit - Lower Bash Frame & Skid Plate - $475 delivered to your door.
(This uses the same parts from the 3-Part kit and the Upper Crash bars can be added later)

OEM Add On Upper Crash Bars - $375 delivered to your door.
(This replaces the upper hoop on the Yamaha® OEM crash bars, adding greater radiator and body protection.)

Soft Pannier Brackets - $200 delivered.

Light Brackets - $40 (Free shipping with any other product, otherwise $6 shipping in the lower 48.

4.5 mm Skid Plate - $80 shipped.
(This is standard now, but older units had 3mm thick Skid Plates)

All prices included delivery to the Lower 48 US States, residential or business. AK can be done for the 2-Part via USPS. Canada is an extra $100, but I am willing to ship to a UPS store location in the US, which will hold the product for a small fee.

I am also able to get Rumbux crash bars for the BMW F650/700/800 series bikes and the KTM 1190 Adventure. Pricing should be comparable, but I have not seen Rumbux pricing on those as yet.

This order should reach customers at the beginning of October.

PM and emails are great too. Phone is 435-817-0809 9am to 9 pm MDT appreciated.

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Old 11-19-2013, 03:15 PM   #78
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Bumping this thread for the new order. I have 3 on board and will be placing a new order with Rumbux shortly if we can get a couple more on board. Everything is the same, except I have lowered the price on the three part kit. Current pricing is as follows. Feel free to re-post this to other forums along with my email addy eric.gonedark@gmail.com The KTM boards or GS800 guys might be interested, but I'm having difficulty getting on the KTM board due to their policies and I'm not willing to violate their forum rules. All prices are with free shipping in the lower 48 US states.

S10 3-Part kit (Upper crash bars, lower bash frame & skid plate) - $775
S10 2-Part kit (lower bash frame and skid plate) - $475
OEM Add on upper crash bars for the Yamaha OEM bars, (replaces the oem upper hoop with better side protection) - $375
Light brackets, (pair), for OEM Halogen (can be used for most single post lights too) - $40 with any order. Separate would be plus shipping costs.
S10 Soft Pannier brakcets - $250
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4fyWzv78eI

S10 Upper crash bars - $350 (shipping kills me on these, same size box as a full 3-Part kit, and same shipping cost)

F800GS 3-Part kit - $800

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MwdRh2sKjo

KTM 1190 3-Part kit - $800

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__7F9avIz9E

Got questions? Please ask them! PM and email are fine too.

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Old 03-16-2014, 11:00 PM   #79
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Happy Trails Crash Bars and Rumbux don't play well together

Unless you enjoy doing a bit of cutting, fabricating and welding the happy trails crash bars don't play well with the rumbux lowers.

I had the happy trails already when I wanted to add a skid plate. The rumbux was the top of my list for a skid plate, so I figured I'd see if it worked well with the Happy Trails crash bars.

The rumbux and happy trails both use the same forward mount points on the side of the bike. A friend with a welder and some creativity helped me get the happy trails mounted along with the rumbux.

The right side wasn't too bad. All we had to do was stack the happy trails mount tab on top of the mount tab for the rumbux. For this, we cut the happy trails mount tab off, shorted it up the width of the mount tab and welded back on.



The left side was a mess though. They both mount to the tab under the radiator and the rumbux tubing was sticking out so I couldn't stack the mount tabs. We had to cut and reroute the happy trail tubing round the rumbux. While we were at it, I noticed that the piece that holds the lower radiator was gone so we welded a chunk of pipe to hold the lower radiator also.




I'm happy with the results, but if I were to do it over again I would purchase the full rumbux setup. I have some pretty stout protection for the bike with this combo now though.




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Old 03-17-2014, 08:49 AM   #80
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Thanks for posting the pictures Buster. Glad you had the skills and friends to get it working for you, but wow, a bit more work than expected.

Looks great and should protect the bike very well.
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Old 06-02-2014, 07:52 PM   #81
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I've been a little lax on posting here. The previous order arrived last Friday, 5/30, and was re-packaged and shipped out to customers on 5/31.

I have the minimum orders needed to place another order, and will be doing that shortly. If you want to order Rumbux Crash bars for the Super Tenere, KTM 1190 (Std or Adv), or BMW F650/800GS twins ('08-'12), then PM, email or call me this week to get in on that order. email is in the profile or first post. 435-817-0809

Deliveries to customers are expected to be during the week of July 21st, if not sooner. The 6 week time frame has been pretty steady, but with international shipping and all the things in-between, things can happen to slow the process down.

Pricing is currently $775 for Super Ten 3-Part Kit, and $800 for the KTM and BMW 3-Part kits, but the Super Ten kits will likely be going up to $800 in the near future. Possibly increases in the others as well.
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Old 06-05-2014, 02:32 PM   #82
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2014 ES fitment coming SOON!

After nearly a year of waiting, and months with my Rumbux kit sitting in its box, I just spoke to the dealer and their service department is putting my ES together RIGHT NOW! I should be able to pick it up tonight or some time tomorrow and once I go out and get some tools (mine are all in San Diego with TQO) to do the install, I will be able to see if it all fits correctly! I'll take some pictures along the way and post here as well!

I'm so excited. And I just can't hide it. (spoken in your best Ben Stein voice) j/k I'm literally bouncing around over here.

PS the pile of packing material they wrapped the bars in filled my trash bag lol! They send their bars off ready to go through battle before arrival/installation!

PPS in the rumbux kits now instead of bolts and nylock nuts, the skid plate is attached with those retained nuts that were posted... somewhere. The ones that have the metal clip so you can just pull the bolts and drop the pan to access the oil filter. Very happy to see that, saves another purchase.
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Old 06-08-2014, 07:46 AM   #83
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I can state for certain that there are no fitment issues with the 2014 Super Tenere, ES or Std models.

I can now order Crash Bar Bags and handle bar bags, as well!


Here is a better pic of the GS size bag, note the waterproof zipper. That is standard. The bags themselves are not waterproof material, but a good hit with Scotchguard goes a long ways. The bags are padded front and back and double wall in the middle areas. Really nice.



$65/pair for the Crash Bar Bags - (Introductory Price! Will go up to $70 next time)

The handle bar bags are priced at $80 (more complex to make)

I'm putting in a new order NOW, so if you want some of this, contact me ASAP. I will be submitting my order to Rumbux this evening, late, so I can get an invoice quickly enough to make the wire transfer before I leave Wed after noon on a month long trip to AK.

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Old 06-12-2014, 10:38 AM   #84
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Yup, fits the ES perfectly. I do want to say though that -aside from being very sturdy, and overall looking decent- the welds on these bars are absolutely hideous. It's like someone just learning to weld for the first time made them, and has zero control over their pool... I swear I could do a better job and I have never welded before. That might be offensive to the boys back in Africa, but really... If you're going to make a product, one would think you would put more care into it. I hope Rumbux gets their shit together in that respect, because aside from the welds being so damned ugly, this is one fine product.

Now I just have to order the PIAA lights and install them to make use of those mounting brackets - which, by the by PIAA.com sells in S10-specific kits with the same brackets now. I also need to figure out aluminum luggage for my S10, but that's besides the point.
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Old 06-12-2014, 11:44 AM   #85
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I do want to say though that -aside from being very sturdy, and overall looking decent- the welds on these bars are absolutely hideous. because aside from the welds being so damned ugly, this is one fine product.
If you're a welder, I can appreciate your point of view,but have you looked at the welds on the Super Tenere? Some are first class,others are pretty sloppy.

In defense of my South African friends, pretty isn't high on the list, its all about being stout and holding up to the abuse that riding in the RSA entails.
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Like I said - damn fine product, just wish the welds looked better.
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:55 PM   #87
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Looking hard at the rear cargo protection and a handle bar bag for my 1190 Standard.....
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Old 07-13-2014, 10:07 PM   #88
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Heads UP, I am placing a new order with Rumbux immediately. If you want to get in on this order, please phone, PM or email me ASAP.

Pricing has gone up a little. Necessary evil due to the cost of international shipping. I need to grow the business, and I only did a tiny bit over break even on the last order due to increased costs. I am really trying to keep things as reasonable as possible though. Still free shipping. A few of the smaller things, if ordered alone, may have shipping costs.

3-Part Kit for Super Ten - $800
2-Part Kit for Super Ten - $500
OEM Add on bars for the Yamaha crash bars - still $375
Rear Protection/Soft Pannier brackets - $275
Crash Bar Bags - $75/Pair (I have a few of these in black with reflective gray at the introductory price of $65/Pair still)
Light Brackets for the Yamaha H7 lights, (also useful for smaller single post mount lights) - $50/Pair

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Old 07-14-2014, 03:52 PM   #89
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Tenere crash guard and skid plate

My postal code in British columbia is V0K 2G0. Can you please let me know what shipping would be. Thank you Ernie
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Old 07-14-2014, 05:30 PM   #90
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My postal code in British columbia is V0K 2G0. Can you please let me know what shipping would be. Thank you Ernie
It's a lot cheaper if you can pick them up on the US side of the border.

Shipping to V0K 2G0 would add an additional $110 and you will incur unknown additional duties and fees thru UPS.

This is one of the reasons I do NOT ship outside the US. It's cost prohibitive.
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