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Old 12-10-2009, 03:00 PM   #9106
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Nice job, Rumble. Just curious why there are zip ties around some of your Posilocks. Are those labels underneath them?
The zip ties just hold the labels on. They were coming off.
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Old 12-10-2009, 03:14 PM   #9107
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Crawbrrrrdaddy.. here's what I got..

3CS All Switched. I could of gotten the 1 unswitched(for gps)/2 switched, but it all worked out since I have a fused GPS circuit, so I'll have a total of 4 circuits off the battery now.

Powerlet to SAE/Cig socket for Tank Bag ( for Battery Tender/Slim air pump/iPhone Recharger)


So my plan is to somewhere/somehow have a mounting bracket made that will mount to my bar clamp to mount the powerlet and grip heater rocker switch. I have a design I'd like to have made but need to find someone who can cut aluminum for it.

This is part of my winter farkles.....
I think it would be better to have one "un-switched" power lead and power the "powerlet" off that. The reason being.... if you plan to charge the battery with the pig tail adapter you have shown in your photo, you'll have to have the key in the on position for the relay to be closed to feed the battery.....

I now have a Battery Tender lead that goes direct to the battery, but it would clean thnigs up a bit to get rid of it and just plug into the "powerlet" like you have shown. Also nice to have it powered up to run a compressor etc. off it without having the key on or bike running in the process.

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Old 12-10-2009, 03:52 PM   #9108
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Most questions answered

As there are no O2 sensors on US bikes, I guess that there are no place to fit a sensor in the FMF - now the question is, can I just disconnect the O2 sensor, if I use a FMF programmer..?

www.wrrdualsport.com looks like a nice site - is it run by you and HF?
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Old 12-10-2009, 04:00 PM   #9109
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I think it would be better to have one "un-switched" power lead and power the "powerlet" off that. The reason being.... if you plan to charge the battery with the pig tail adapter you have shown in your photo, you'll have to have the key in the on position for the relay to be closed to feed the battery.....
Yep, thanks for the tip/guidance.....
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Old 12-10-2009, 05:24 PM   #9110
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www.wrrdualsport.com looks like a nice site - is it run by you and HF?
It is run by Malibu Dan, HF, and I.
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Old 12-10-2009, 06:17 PM   #9111
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For your #2: This is how I did my Safari install last week. Just connected it directly to the TB vacuum line port after removing all of the lines from the AIS and SMOG crap.




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The time has come for me to do the complete airbox/exhaust/PC upgrade.

I have started with modifing the airbox.

now I have some questions before I move forward with the upgrade.

1.
What is this/what does it do - and can I just remove it? (black thing in red circle)


2.
I have the Safari tank on my WRR - can I remove all the std. "tubing" that runs on the left side of the bike (the 2 tubes in the picture and the one connected to the black "thing") - and connect a vacuum tube directly from the tank to where the std. tubes are now connected?

3.
I'm considering to put a FMF header and pipe on the bike, but wonder if I can fit the O2 sensor to that exhaust?

4.
When I remove the EXUP motor I don't want the CEL to come on - what is the difference (if any) between using a 7.5k resistor and the Steveakus Servo Sub?

5.
Can some one direct me to where I can get some info (with pictures please), about AIS removal on the WRR?

6.
My first plan was to use a PC3 and have the bike run-in at a Dyno, but after reading all the good feedback on the FMF Programmer, I'm considering that as an option as well - BUT I'm not sure that I have the skills to program it correctly (I'm afraid that I f... up and make the bike run too lean and overheat...) - do I worry without a reason/is it fool proof?


That's all for now - I hope that you can help me out.

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Old 12-10-2009, 07:49 PM   #9112
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Good solutions on the EB fuseblock stash spots with stock bikes. Now I don't have to hesitate and can order up in confidence. Thanks all.
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Old 12-10-2009, 08:33 PM   #9113
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Sneak preview of the newly developed, dual-powerlet Highway Dirtbike top clamp that Paul worked up for me. This is the pic that Paul sent me today. So fresh it is probably still warm in this photo! He just did the run in the last two days.

The best part is this is not a one-off clamp. He added this to his available top clamps so anyone can order one. I put in my order tonight for the top clamp, 2 1/8" risers, fat bar lower clamps, EVO bars, handguards and mirrors. I'll post pics once I receive and again once I install.

I plan to run the EB fuse block. The right powerlet and a switch (heated grips) will be hot only when bike is keyed on. The left powerlet will be hot all the time and will run my GPS and be used for battery tender charging. How do ya like them apples?!
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Old 12-10-2009, 08:38 PM   #9114
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Just to compare, this is Paul's original top clamp design, which will also remain available (I think. Don't quote me on that).


Chadx screwed with this post 12-11-2009 at 06:17 AM
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Old 12-10-2009, 08:51 PM   #9115
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Someone picked up a 08' WRR from a craigslist I posted last week for $3000... If I would of saw that about 4 months ago I would of bought it...
I just may have something to report on this tomorrow....
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Old 12-10-2009, 10:07 PM   #9116
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Sneak preview of the newly developed, dual-powerlet Highway Dirtbike top clamp that Paul worked up for me. This is the pic that Paul sent me today. So fresh it is probably still warm in this photo! He just did the run in the last two days.

The best part is this is not a one-off clamp. He added this to his available top clamps so anyone can order one. I put in my order tonight for the top clamp, 2 1/8" risers, fat bar lower clamps, EVO bars, handguards and mirrors. I'll post pics once I receive and again once I install.

I plan to run the EB fuse block. The right powerlet and a switch (heated grips) will be hot only when bike is keyed on. The left powerlet will be hot all the time and will run my GPS and be used for battery tender charging. How do ya like them apples?!
Nice job, Paul!
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Old 12-10-2009, 10:41 PM   #9117
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How do ya like them apples?!
Very Slick!
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Old 12-10-2009, 10:57 PM   #9118
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Daly City, CA will use a WR250R as part of their police motorcycles.

When it comes and gets all the equipment on, I'll take the pics and post them up in here
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Old 12-11-2009, 12:24 AM   #9119
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...course, I'm still one of the guys running the ugly stock butt on the RR because I like the way it functions more than I dislike the looks. Large visible turn signals, nice bright brake light protected from mud, and the long mudflap protecting me from water spray and mud. So while I'll lust over you fellers butt-tucked bikes, I'll keep puttin' on my stock rear-ended one.
Me too... same reasons.

Maybe it's a Montana thing...
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Old 12-11-2009, 01:10 AM   #9120
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Sneak preview of the newly developed, dual-powerlet Highway Dirtbike top clamp that Paul worked up for me. How do ya like them apples?!
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