Swisspilen


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  • #28699
    AvatarSTARFOBAR
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    Some pics from my ride. More pictures from the parts like the indicator or the seat cover are in the “parts & accesories” section.

     

    #28722
    MaxenceMaxence
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    Beautiful man ! I also have a rear side plate holder, but it’s definitely not street legal in my town due to the plate dimension. Whats brand is yours ?

    Did you paint the head fork ? I like all the details related to the concept bike 😉

    Thanks 😉

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by MaxenceMaxence.
    #28725
    AvatarSTARFOBAR
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    The holder is handmade by myself, i show it up in the “parts&accersories” section soon 😉

    and yes i painted it because it was to many colors for me

     

    Thank you 🙂

    #28850
    Avatarc0rs1n
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    Wunderschön, welche Blinker hast du hinten montiert ?

    #28939
    AvatarSTARFOBAR
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    https://www.ebay.de/itm/ToXx-Motorrad-Led-Einbau-Blinker-Micro-Mini-Stripe-Miniblinker-schwarz-klar/372684345763?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

     

    Die passen genau in die Öffnung zwischen Rücklicht und Sozius Sitz, dazu noch ein original Kabel für die Beleuchtung hinten was ich nach oben legen kann und hab ausserdem noch original Stecker an die Blinker gelötet damit ich alles einfach wieder zurück bauen kann für MFK. 😉

    #28942
    Avatarc0rs1n
    Participant

    Besten Dank 😉
    werde ich ebenfalls so montieren

    Bald zeige ich euch meine Vitpilen 😉

     

    #28945
    AvatarSTARFOBAR
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    Kleiner Tipp noch: Ich hab die Blinker zusätzlich noch mit doppelseitigen Klebeband für Fahrzeugembleme(3M zum Beispiel) befestigt, so halten die bombenfest 😉

     

    p.s.: wo kommst du her?

    #29004
    Avatarc0rs1n
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    Werde ich ebenfalls mit doppelseitigem Klebeband befestigen 🙂

    Aus Luzern (Root)

    #29007
    AvatarNEO701
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    The bike looks really good Swisspilen.  The original concept was a minimalist bike and much of whats available aftermarket is just not.  I like the solution for the number plate.  Unfortunately in Aus to meet compliance it must be seen from both sides, have a light and even include a reflector that has a regulation size.  I am almost done with a solution I have in acrylic.  I’ll post it if it works out.  I think this one will work now, I hope.  Iteration six!

    I’d be interested to know if you’ve had any issue with a fuel leak I keep hearing about.  I haven’t.  I don’t run ethanol and wonder if that’s related.  I’m told plastic doesn’t like ethanol.

    #29030
    AvatarSTARFOBAR
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    So far there are no problems with the tank in Europe. I can imagine that it could be because of gasoline in other regions of the world. I only use 98 octane.

    Illumination for the license plate is still coming 😉

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by AvatarSTARFOBAR.
    #29033
    AvatarFredde
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    I got the leakage problem just this weekend in Sweden, a 2018 bike that is just 370 km old, using 98 octane so the problem is here as well, not only on the other side of the atlantic, unfortunately.

     

    #29070
    AvatarFredde
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    Regarding those indicators, one of the most descrete and good looking I have ever seen 🙂 did you use any resistors when connecting them or did they just work “plug and play”?

    #29078
    AvatarSTARFOBAR
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    Ok this is new for me, so far I was not aware of any case so I will probably pay attention.

    For the turn signals, I soldered extra original plugs to make them easier to connect. Resistors are not installed, so it flashes a little too quickly. Something between too fast and just right.

    😉

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