It looked like this a few months ago when I bought it :
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I finally made some progress over the week end. After many 3d print trials, I have finally found a way to hold the display in place securely on the dashboard. And this won't require any modification to the original parts. http://i.imgur.com/nDTGquvl.jpg Now, my prototype is ready to go in the motorc...
- Tue Jun 15, 2021 8:47 am
- Forum: Boxertech
- Topic: R1100S - Intermitent Neutral Light
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It's really easy to remove. Just clamp both tiny metal studs with a zip tie and then pull the switch backwards. The connector is purple/yellow and located on the left of the battery tray. Once removed, you can open the switch to clean the contact (the cylindrical cap is just clipped on the base). Ho...
- Thu Apr 22, 2021 6:27 am
- Forum: Bits'n'bobs for sale
- Topic: Wanted - Front and rear shocks
- Replies: 3
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Thanks for the info Al. My shocks are old and have many miles, and even though they still do their job, I know by experience, that having brand new aftermarket shocks changes the bikes' behavior incredibly. I'm not a big fan of BMW shock refurbishing. I had a pretty bad experience with this option w...