After remounting my LED spots I took the bike into the road to set them up to give me a nice spread of light usable light. Here are some photo’s of the LED spots and HID lights fitted on my KTM 950 Adventure
Henry’s KLR gets some spots
Henry installed some Vision X Solstice 1100 Solo Pod LED Spotlights on his KLR.
He says he was tired of riding in front of our bikes with these fitted as it made him nervous ( I think Jealous) giving him the feeling that a high speed train is on his arse trying to catch him.
Here are some pictures of the finished product. (will add some of the installation shortly)
Waterpump blues – part 3
So lets finish the job:
After assembly of the waterpump parts into the clutch cover it must be replaced.
Making sure the gasket is in tact I covered it with a thin film of silicon for justin. ( we all sometimes take a short cut, its late at night and the bike needs to be finished, my only transport at the moment. my plan is to replace these gaskets in the near future. I just need to get her going now)
Waterpump blues – part 2
Getting myself motivated was a drag but, I got myself back in the workshop, as the bike needs to get back in a usable state. I miss riding my Katoom.
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Waterpump blues – part 1
After finishing the fork seals and head bearings of the 950, I took her for a test ride. I almost crapped myself when I realised that the steering is so loose after replacing the head bearings. I didn’t realise that the old ones were so bad.