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Old 07-27-2014, 11:17 AM   #3121
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The 1190 standard with the givi bar is mine but I'm confused about which measurement you need - top of fender to bottom of the light or the bar itself? The bar is technically lower (or closer to the fender) than the light housing itself.



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Anyone install light bar kit (Picture of a install on page 206 ) on their 1190R . Can one of you take a measurement...bottom of light bar top of fender. Im having some clearance issues, possibly due to my install or maybe 1/4" lower triple clamp? Measurement of 1190 standard; Givi bar setup measurement (on page 207) would be great too.
Guess on the R we need about 8.6"?
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:21 AM   #3122
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If thats the measurement you're looking for, mine is at exactly 7" top of fender to bottom of the givi crash bar - no conflicts yet...
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:41 AM   #3123
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Thanks!
Oh yeah I see it now.... on your setup the mount is lower that the light. 7" of clearance.
On your standard I think travel is 7.48" no issues of light hitting top of fender?

I have the top of my light bar resting on the horn. This again on the R
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:51 AM   #3124
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1190 R tire info requested

Since I seem to be typing away here ....I would like to throw some dirt tires on , trail attacks are fine btw for fire roads. are you guys just going with tubes and installing tubed tkc's . or someone sourcing tubeless TKC at this point.
Thought I read something about the valve stem opening on the rim is off center.
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:54 AM   #3125
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Since I seem to be typing away here ....I would like to throw some dirt tires on , trail attacks are fine btw for fire roads. are you guys just going with tubes and installing tubed tkc's . or someone sourcing tubeless TKC at this point.
Thought I read something about the valve stem opening on the rim is off center.
Best combo I've tried so far: Tkc80 front, Mitas E07 rear. Both tubeless.
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Old 07-27-2014, 11:56 AM   #3126
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On your standard I think travel is 7.48" no issues of light hitting top of fender?
Sounds like it will only hit when you bottom the suspension.
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:00 PM   #3127
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If anything hits at all, it won't be the light. It will be the givi bar that the fender hits but before I got the givi bars, I spoke with them and they (givi) assured me that they had performed exhaustive testing on the 1190 standard with these bars and confirmed that the bike will not bottom out and hit the fender. Having said that, I suppose that if I were to raise the fender for any kind of mud clearance, I could potentially run into that issue but have no plans to raise it at this point in time.



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Thanks!
Oh yeah I see it now.... on your setup the mount is lower that the light. 7" of clearance.
On your standard I think travel is 7.48" no issues of light hitting top of fender?

I have the top of my light bar resting on the horn. This again on the R
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:00 PM   #3128
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Best combo I've tried so far: Tkc80 front, Mitas E07 rear. Both tubeless.
Some of us are using separate wheel sets so we can use just about any tube type tires we want. Mine use RAD hubs, Excel rims (1.85 x 21 front, 2.5 x 18 rear) to mount up anything available in 90/90 x 21 and 140/80 x 18.
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Old 07-27-2014, 12:57 PM   #3129
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Service warning light?

Any way other than dealer, to turn off service warning light? 600 mi service.

Dealer is 300 mile away.....

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Old 07-27-2014, 01:18 PM   #3130
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reset service light

you can reset the service interval this way
hold the up down buttons then turn key on
continue to hold the up down keys until the display cycles through all the menus
continue to hold the up down buttons when the setting menu is reached.
after a few secs the settings menu will change to allow you to change the kms and months to next service.
you can now let go of the up down buttons
use the set button increase the numbers
keep going and the kms and months will cycle back to 0 if you go past.
I hope this helps
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:51 PM   #3131
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you can reset the service interval this way
hold the up down buttons then turn key on
continue to hold the up down keys until the display cycles through all the menus
continue to hold the up down buttons when the setting menu is reached.
after a few secs the settings menu will change to allow you to change the kms and months to next service.
you can now let go of the up down buttons
use the set button increase the numbers
keep going and the kms and months will cycle back to 0 if you go past.
I hope this helps

Helps a lot..... Thank you...
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Old 07-27-2014, 05:04 PM   #3132
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I transported my 1190 from LA to NYC (3000 miles) on this trailer http://www.scandipacific.com/product...roduct=Folding with the aluminum deck and extra tie downs.
I removed the hand guards and used the Canyon Dancers on the bars, 2 tie downs on the crash bars, 2 tie downs on the passenger pegs and 2 on the rear deck.

Overkill I know, but I want to feel like if I held the trailer upside-down the bike will still be secured.
The trailer and the bike made the trip with zero issues.
Removing the hand guards and using the Canyon Dancers is the way to go.
Thanks! Did you use the original Canyon Dancer or the new CD II with the cups on the straps? I always secure my rear wheel when transporting my bikes to keep it from shifting sideways, but don't always tie down the rear end of the frame.

Our toy hauler has rear d-rings so my plan is to secure the rear to those. The last thing I want to see is the bike on it's side when I drop the rear ramp.
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Old 07-27-2014, 05:22 PM   #3133
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I just used some simple straps around the lower fork support similar to these with some rachet straps.



And around the frame towards the rear of bike.
The day I brought it home

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Old 07-27-2014, 09:23 PM   #3134
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Some of us are using separate wheel sets so we can use just about any tube type tires we want. Mine use RAD hubs, Excel rims (1.85 x 21 front, 2.5 x 18 rear) to mount up anything available in 90/90 x 21 and 140/80 x 18.
Same here except 1.6" front.

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Old 07-28-2014, 02:10 AM   #3135
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Some of us are using separate wheel sets so we can use just about any tube type tires we want. Mine use RAD hubs, Excel rims (1.85 x 21 front, 2.5 x 18 rear) to mount up anything available in 90/90 x 21 and 140/80 x 18.
Any hint on price?
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