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  1. no but the power comes from the battery. therefore i was thinking of limiting the wires to the middle part of the bike. are there any source that i can tap?
  2. got a pic of the connection under the seat? i'm looking to route foglight wires to somewhere there is ignition source
  3. apparently thats what the manual states i've tried it up to 170km/h and it still works. weird.
  4. have mixed reviews so far on the yammie comfort seats. am waiting for the Sargent seats for the GT. had good experience with them on my previous bike.
  5. i hit 200km/h which is about 124miles/h with 3 cases. the bike was floating left and right. the cases holded up though.
  6. Normal speeds in sg. License expensive. Hah!
  7. For me i'm getting 150kms before it drops to half. Then i get another 140kms before it starts to blink. so maybe about 300kms before reserve comes up. Manual calculation takes it up to about 20/21km/l
  8. i heard that the sound made by the floating disc brakes.
  9. Yes it fits. But only with the givi universal mount. Not the m series baseplate.
  10. A common form of knock-down is a complete knock-down (CKD), which is a kit of the completely non-assembled parts of a product. It is also a method of supplying parts to a market, particularly in shipping to foreign nations, and serves as a way of counting or pricing. SG should be cbu models
  11. My tracer GT has the whine too i find it awesome especially with the QS change from gear 5 to 6! See the below video of the MT09SP, Even though its not a GT, its the same CP3 engine. I think you can hear very clearly the engine while at gear 6 at around the 19min mark.
  12. Yes i am suprised at how easy it was to put the bike on the centerstand! Amazing!
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