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griswoia last won the day on April 14 2015

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About griswoia

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    '02 v11 Le Mans, Triumph ('11 657 Daytona, '09 Tiger 1050abs), '99 Suzuki intruder 1400 custom rat bob, '64 Vespa VBL
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  1. I'm on board for two as well.
  2. Add a 60-100 ohm resistor inline to both circuits after the switch or one in the feed from battery before the switch. You just need enough load to run the old bimetallic relay.. Back in the day RadioShack would have you covered. Heres an Amazon link https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DCULNXS/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_3v4xEbCCFDPYS
  3. Yep symmetric when reflected accross one axis, but not superimposible . So yes heads or in this case foot pegs. Chirality of molecules was first found to be important with thalidamide. Really terrible story but guess who used to be a pharaemaseudical chemist? Yeah hardest job I've every had for the least pay.
  4. It's the clutch/shifter side, left foot when on the bike. And no the pegs are asymmetric and chiral.
  5. OK guys after 2.5 years putting straight I had a fool turn in on my at a gas station last Sunday.... ugh Luckily this was at like 2mph and I'm basically OK. The bad is that I get to buy a brake lever and some new bar end mirrors.... and I need a left foot peg. For the life of me I cant find a place with any in stock. Anyone know of a supply? This is the peg for the shifter foot. thanks. . .
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    sender and velocity stack.jpg

    Just recreated these and super good fit. I did something a little different here. I removed as much of the inner collar from the K&N and then secured with springs. Four pin holes and the springs clamp the filter down tight. https://photos.app.goo.gl/FqJCH2AbzSZ43eZLA Just got out for a quick ride up and down I20. Wow this thing pulls to rec limiter. Really nice and much smoother than pods fitted directly on the throttle bodies. The left side is tight but I'm VERY PLEASED. Thanks for putting this info up guys.
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    Quat D UK

    I've got a set of chrome or aluminum or satin black cans. Yeah I've gone through a few exhausts. Would swap with you and throw in a new mistral crossover. That would be everything you'd need. Let me know if you are interested I'll send pix of the options. I've never had the quat d but like the idea.
  8. Ok guys how do I upload decent pix to this thread? Alternate option is PM me your Gmail and I'll send pix. Basically I have one silver thick rail and one mat grey later tail she'll I could part with. https://photos.app.goo.gl/N11XzwvY7YkHYfM56
  9. Didn't get PM, or don't know where to look. Yeah will take pix and forward this afternoon.
  10. I Know becust I just swapped from a 2000 to a 2003.
  11. They all interchange you simply have to have a metal tail latch cross brace for the later models. What year do you have and what are you looking for? I have one of each in good condition if you are looking for a replacement.
  12. Dude run a real ground for a quick test. Super easy and might well surprise you. Bundle like three med gauge wires together and run from neg terminal to the block and try cranking.
  13. USHIP.com is pretty reasonable just have to find an alternate shipper.
  14. I had this issue. Put in a decent ground strap. I installed a new battery, relay and starter. All these gave minor improvements. One $9 ground strap and it spins like a Japanese top. The stock wiring harness uses three small gauge wires to some frame tabs.... Garbage. I installed one proper cable from battery neg to the top starter mount bolt and FIXED FOREVER. Amazon link to part I used. TOPDC 4 Gauge 36-Inch Battery Inverter Cable All Copper Conductor Wire with 3/8" Ring Terminals (4 AWG x 36 Inches) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K68YO5W/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_tUemEbQJFWMGJ
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