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About rikphred

  • Birthday 02/09/1956

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  1. The datadim requires at least 12 volts to work, it may have full voltage in the left controller behind the high low switch. I was concerned that if I dug in there, besides the tight space, that it still might be low voltage as the light controls go through the ECU. I found ECU issue from a corrupted ECU flash, when my headlights, among other issues, wouldn't work. I ended up installing the Denali high low off switch. Not as convient, but workable. My lights hang off a SW-Motech crash bar, very clean. If your getting the wiring kit you'll need one light cord extension.
  2. I'm trying to splice into the highbeam to make the Denali Datadim function. It uses this signal to trigger the control to adjust the intensity of the driving lights.
  3. I tried Twisted Throttle, they thought it might be the blue wire, or maybe the yellow or brown one. Anyone know for sure? A picture of where you spliced in would be helpful. I have the fenders off so I can access the fuse boxes if its accessable there
  4. Does anyone know if 2WheelDynoworks is doing a MLK sale?
  5. I did the same thing, everybody that has replied already is correct you need the CAM mount. It was a great price, Revilla refused to match it. I do like them, the only downside is that the CAM mount is a fixed mount and the other monokey is removable.
  6. Moving to San Antonio, bringing my FJ-09 along, ill be looking for you all....
  7. I did what wallycycle suggested but still got hung on the oil plug. I didnt know the penny trick (I'll keep that in mind). I ended up leaving the springs attached and just pulled the pivot bolts for the centerstand. That gave me enough room to get the exhaust off while rotating the center stand. I was able to realign the bolt holes by putting a pry bar in the end of the centerstand and pushing the stand around, a large screw driver would work too.
  8. Just finished my removal and install. I ended up removing the exhaust tip heat shield but w/o any help cuuld not lift the bike. I ended up removing the center stand bolts, left the springs attached and while on the side stand took the center stand to the half way point was able to get enough clearance to get the original out. Getting the center stand pivot bolts back in with the springs still attached required a pry bar on the end of the stand but worked out okay. By the way my exhaust came w/o the cat too
  9. Did youhave any problems mounting the givi qd's with the yamaha rack