SEVEN HUNDRED ONE FROM BELGIUM


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  • #29925
    Olivier
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    Hi Guy’s

    It’s been a month since I got my Vitpilen but I wanted to customize it first before putting pictures on it :

    First of all thank you because I borrowed ideas from everyone on the forum.

    What makes that I have the bike that I like the most and it’s thanks to you.

    Wish list of my modification :

    1 The Classic LV-10 not street legal exaust pipe from Leovince ( looking so good and amazing sound)

    2 Yellow “701” under the seat

    2 15 T front spoket

    3 Reverse shift patern

    4 micro Led flash light toxx for rear turn indicator under the seat

    5 left handle bar end mirror from LSL (blue mirror)

    6 Yellow stickers on wheels

    7 Tail tidy plate on the left side

    8 mobile holder with integrate charger

    I like this bike.

     

     

     

     

     

    #30225
    Felix918
    Participant

    Salut Olivier,

    Tu parles d’avoir changer les clignotants arrière sous la selle. Je recherche des clignotants à mettre sous la selle aussi. Et supprimer la plaque pour la mettre sur le bras oscillant.

     

    Tu aurais une photo des clignotants ?

     

    Te remerciant,

    Félix

    #30231
    Monk
    Participant

    Félix,

    Tu trouvera ton bonheur sur ce sujet, tu as diverses propositions avec photos

    Turn signals on passenger foot pegs?

    #30232
    Monk
    Participant

    Belle bestiole 🙂

    #30233
    Vanessa
    Participant

    Very nice!

    #30237
    Satur9
    Participant

    I need one of those underseat stickers.

    #30245
    Monk
    Participant

    Hello Olivier,

     

    Ou as tu trouvé ton sticker 701 sous la selle?

    #30219
    Olivier
    Participant

     

     

    #30321
    Olivier
    Participant

    Monk Satur9

     

    I made it “home-made” like many members of the forum with fluorescent yellow cover.

    it’s not difficult it just takes a little patience the hardest thing to do is “zero”

     

    Je l’ai fait “home made” comme plusieurs membres du forum avec du cover jaune fluo

    ce n’est pas difficile il faut juste un peu de patience le plus compliquer à faire est le zéro

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by Olivier.
    #30335
    Monk
    Participant

    Okay!

    merci pour l’info et super rendu !

    #30322
    Olivier
    Participant

     

     

    #30323
    Olivier
    Participant

    Felix

    here are the 3 phases of the flashes

    voici les 3 phases des clignos

     

    They’re more powerful than the original blinkers.

    Ils sont plus puissants que les clignotants d’origine

    #30433
    Olivier
    Participant

    #30537
    Olivier
    Participant

    #30536
    Olivier
    Participant

    More of my changes
    I opted for an offset plate holder on the left side to balance a bit the rear with the exhaust pipe, so I moved the complete wiring harness and put it under the passenger seat to connect the turn signals.

    At that time therefore I had no solution for the lighting of the plate, and I risked having problems with the police.

    The problem with the plate holder on the left is that it’s on the same side as the chain, and running the electrical cable along the swingarm on that side could be dangerous.

     

    I therefore opted for this solution which seems to me the safest and esthetically I find the passage of the wires very discreet.

    I made a hole in the nut of the rear wheel axle, I put a sheath for the cable that goes through the rear wheel axle I went back on the right side using the original electric wires fixations and I used the original LED lighting system that I fixed directly on the plate holder.

    Here is my assembly I like and works properly I can ride again in the evening without fear of being stopped and get a fine for not having plate lighting.

    pictures :

     

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