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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 1 month 13 hours ago #117598

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Groenie wrote:
I fixed my electrical problem over the weekend, but the biggest acheivement was while you guys were out Tswaining , me and the 2 spanner monkeys tackled my graats....

Some serious tidying up had to happen. I scored some shelves for a very good price and we installed them over the weekend. We are about halfway through the job, with about 90% to go. When done, there will be space for at least one more lift table, maybe two.

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Taking the old shelves down




New ones going in




Looking good




New bookshelf

Then I definitely need to come and visit
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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 4 weeks 2 days ago #117602

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Don't know how long that garage will stay so organised Groenie :huh: :ohmy: You cannot work if there is no organised chaos B) :whistle: :laugh: :laugh:
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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 4 weeks 2 days ago #117604

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Not organised by a long way yet. That will take a moerse long time.
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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 4 weeks 1 day ago #117614

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Looks very good.

You never know what you might discover when re-packing ;)
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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 2 weeks 6 days ago #117680

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Before, and after. That should sort the problem

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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 2 weeks 5 days ago #117685

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I am not sure if it is only the side stand’s fault
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Re:What have you done to your KLR lately? 2 weeks 3 days ago #117699

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Groenie wrote:
Not organised by a long way yet. That will take a moerse long time.

Been saving for a long time to get bike repaired so now at Groenie in his well organised shop for some TLC. Not charging so ate up the new battery I bought :S
His boet is also doing a seat mod for me so I can ride further than 50km for a change :whistle:
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What have you done to your KLR lately? 1 week 3 days ago #117751

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Bought my 2007 in March this year. Did the following:

SW Motech crashbars
SW Motech bashplate
Barkbusters
LED headlight and taillight
new grips
wide footpegs
UNI air filter
braided break lines front and rear
side stand bigger baseplate
rear luggage rack from Erroll (modified by Rockfox)
Touratech lockable GPS mount
Garmin Montana 650 GPS with power cable
Adventure spec Magadan soft luggage panniers (bought of Lyndon Poskitt)
Pharaoh tankbag
Dunlop 606 front tyre and Mitas E07 rear

next:
Eagle Mike Doohicky
flat sump plug






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What have you done to your KLR lately? 5 days 19 hours ago #117764

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I bought and connected two LED floodlights so the people would stop turning in front of me in the city.. also a switch from Offroad cycles to switch them on and off seperately

connected the two lights to eachother and then directly to the battery with the switch being a loop in the other wire obviously, problem is... I went to Kempton Park the next day and after switching off the bike and the switch the LED's kept burning.
Which off course I only discovered 5 hours later when I wanted to leave... had to jump the Bike cos the battery was almost completely dead.. .

I disconnected the lights right there but Ive got to strip the entire bike again and figure out what the actual F happened. I dont want to open the bikes wiring but how do I fix this? I need to connect to the main lamp somehow and then to the switch so the bike has to be switched on as well as the switch for them to be on :blink:
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What have you done to your KLR lately? 5 days 18 hours ago #117767

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Francois__1_ wrote:
I bought and connected two LED floodlights so the people would stop turning in front of me in the city.. also a switch from Offroad cycles to switch them on and off seperately

connected the two lights to eachother and then directly to the battery with the switch being a loop in the other wire obviously, problem is... I went to Kempton Park the next day and after switching off the bike and the switch the LED's kept burning.
Which off course I only discovered 5 hours later when I wanted to leave... had to jump the Bike cos the battery was almost completely dead.. .

I disconnected the lights right there but Ive got to strip the entire bike again and figure out what the actual F happened. I dont want to open the bikes wiring but how do I fix this? I need to connect to the main lamp somehow and then to the switch so the bike has to be switched on as well as the switch for them to be on :blink:


What model do you have? Pre 2007 or updated shape? I know the fugly has a set of convenient open bullet connectors behind the fairing which is already on the ignition-circuit, so no cut-in is necessary on the electrical wiring.
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