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Installation Guides / Re: Yamaha XJ 600 Diversion Installation
« Last post by hamyamys on Today at 09:47:35 AM »
That bodes well. Quite agree, great bike and always puts a smile on my face.

Lets agreed to the dis agree LOL - jokes a part but love those smile on your face :D
O.K. - my BikeVis bits and pieces and the multi-plugs have arrived so here we go with the next stage.

Had a rethink as to how to make all the connections in the bike tail section and decided against using a main 6 way MP - I wanted to provide a spare Ignition controlled feed at both ends of the bike for any future expansion as well as being able to isolate or remove any individual part of my additional kit (bullets, modulator, TSR-2 etc) - so here's what I ended up with..... Volume Pills | Hersolution Gel | Male Extra | SizeGenetics | Vigrx Plus

As you can see, so far so good - the 2 bullets were just a temporary lash-up (I NEVER use "choc blocks" for anything permanent!) - they are in 30% Tail mode (Mode 3) and will be more than bright enough for night-time use - daylight mode, not sure, will have to wait until bike is out of the garage and into full daylight.

In Brake mode I got this result..... (there was a video light illuminating the scene but the camera has stopped down to try and capture the bullets - bright!)

Just for clarity I took one more shot of the wiring / connector arrangement against a plain background....

Moving up to the front end, at the end of my new 4 way loom, under the L/H air duct panel I have installed.............

I experimented for some time where to put the big green TSR-2!  It IS bright and modulated so I did not want to be able to look directly into it as my eyes are very sensitive to "flicker" (and NO, that's NOT a new "smutty" channel!!)

I decided the best compromise (probably until I road test it!) was sideways on at the base of the instrument pod - it reflects nicely from the ignition keys and handlebar bolts etc.  - we'll see.

Luckily there is a nice little gap just at the side of the instrument support legs - just enough to feed the 3 cables through - they are then run under the top edge of the cowl back to the connections in the air duct void - suitably held out of the way of the forks with cable ties (to OEM loom etc.)

So, that's it for this part - all that's left to do now is to fabricate some small brackets for the bullets and plug them in - sounds simple enough!  Might get around to that tomorrow.

To be continued......

These are not a individual things you can connect it with those air duct between those suitable workout
BikeVis Gallery / Moto Guzzi Stelvio
« Last post by Fluke on February 05, 2019, 05:59:37 AM »
Chris shared this photo of his Moto Guzzi Stelvio fitted with our Cree v3 running lights. Many thanks

BikeVis Gallery / BMW R1200RTP
« Last post by Fluke on February 03, 2019, 07:44:15 AM »
Rob shared these photos of his ex police BMW R1200RTP fitted with our Cree v3 lights up front for daytime running and night time aux use coupled with Bullet lights rear facing. Many thanks for sharing.

General Lighting Chat / Re: Cockpit lights
« Last post by Wasielewski on January 17, 2019, 03:53:30 PM »
Did you actually do this, Jason? How did it end up looking? I may consider doing this too if it looks ok.
BikeVis Gallery / Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport
« Last post by Fluke on January 16, 2019, 06:32:17 PM »
Mark shared this photo of our Cree v3 lights fitted to his Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport. Many thanks

BikeVis Gallery / Kawasaki Z1000
« Last post by Fluke on January 14, 2019, 06:01:02 AM »
Tom shared this photo of his Kawasaki Z1000 fitted without our popular BikeVis Bullet running lights for extra forward visibility. Many thanks

BikeVis Gallery / Honda SH125i
« Last post by Fluke on January 05, 2019, 06:37:12 AM »
Adriano shared his Honda SH125i fitted with both front and rear facing BikeVis Bullet running lights. Many thanks

BikeVis Gallery / Suzuki DRZ400
« Last post by Fluke on January 01, 2019, 06:15:28 PM »
Steve shared these photos of his Suzuki DRZ400 fitted with our Cree v3 Running Lights.

He commented his headlight now looks very dim indeed :), thanks Steve

BikeVis Gallery / BMW R1200GSA
« Last post by Fluke on December 09, 2018, 09:13:07 AM »
Howard kindly shared these photos of his BMW 1200GSA fitted with our popular Cree v3 running lights, many thanks.

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