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Post  rikco on Sat May 08, 2010 5:05 pm

I found a piece of plastic @ work and i had an idea
i made it like this only thing left is the wiring for all
what yall think about it?

i think its great




tomorow i need to make the new chain fit then im able to ride the brp again but now in sm mode with sprockets 14-51 (before 14-50)



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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  Focker on Sat May 08, 2010 5:24 pm

I like it but...It's missing the oil slick and smoke screen switches.

Nice job!

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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  rikco on Sat May 08, 2010 5:33 pm

thnkz Focker

the switch you see is for the cooling fan i build on some time ago
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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  bikerman on Wed May 18, 2011 1:17 am

Rikco is that Trail Tech Vapor that they have on ebay for 98 US dollars? I couldn't see the pics, file was too big? can you send some pics to my e mail?
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rikco wrote:I found a piece of plastic @ work and i had an idea
i made it like this only thing left is the wiring for all
what yall think about it?

i think its great




tomorow i need to make the new chain fit then im able to ride the brp again but now in sm mode with sprockets 14-51 (before 14-50)

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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  rikco on Wed May 18, 2011 1:55 am

yes its the trail tech vapor + the single dashbord from e-bay.
dunno exactly what i payd but it was close to 150 dollar for all. (vapor + dash)
the rest i made myself



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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  bikerman on Wed May 18, 2011 2:02 am

Nice Job! so you use the Vapor as a odometer? did you have the stator conversion? how many watts 250? I see that you have a 12Volt outlet like the one in the cars, is it? How did you do the wiring, was it hard? I am not that good at complicated wiring diagrams but I want to do mine. How much did you spend doing all the dual conversion kit? Please do you have a list what I need to buy?
Thanks,
Ivan

rikco wrote:yes its the trail tech vapor + the single dashbord from e-bay.
dunno exactly what i payd but it was close to 150 dollar for all. (vapor + dash)
the rest i made myself



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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  rikco on Wed May 18, 2011 3:27 pm

no other stator then the original 75watt (european model) a 250watt i never seen for the xrr, max stator output is a 200watt as far i know.
my piggy was already factory made for dual sport so i did nothing else then add some small blinkers, led tail&brake light and the vapor and 2 12volt car connectors.(1 you cant see)
wired it from inside the headlight switch and with the headlight off i still got 12volt power on that cable.

here you can see the vapor, this was the first ride when the snow was gone 2 months ago so nothing special pirat (gearing 13/52 Twisted Evil )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1IlS6mhq8Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRtxLXupzK4

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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  bikerman on Wed May 18, 2011 9:35 pm

Rikco did you get the one with the Key or you got the key separate ?

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rikco wrote:no other stator then the original 75watt (european model) a 250watt i never seen for the xrr, max stator output is a 200watt as far i know.
my piggy was already factory made for dual sport so i did nothing else then add some small blinkers, led tail&brake light and the vapor and 2 12volt car connectors.(1 you cant see)
wired it from inside the headlight switch and with the headlight off i still got 12volt power on that cable.

here you can see the vapor, this was the first ride when the snow was gone 2 months ago so nothing special pirat (gearing 13/52 Twisted Evil )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1IlS6mhq8Y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRtxLXupzK4

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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  rikco on Wed May 18, 2011 10:30 pm

dunno anymore where i got the key switch from, it didn't come with the vapor but on e-bay there are enough on/off key switches that works the same.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Electronic-Key-Switch-on-off-/320700424033?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4aab3c1f61
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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  bikerman on Thu May 19, 2011 2:51 am

Rikco,
My bike when the PO bought it from the Dealer they fit it for the street as a dual purpose so that's mean may be mine is already with a factory stator? how do you know how many watts is coming out of my bike stator? any way to measure it?
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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  Mauser on Thu May 19, 2011 8:13 am

bikerman wrote:Rikco,
My bike when the PO bought it from the Dealer they fit it for the street as a dual purpose so that's mean may be mine is already with a factory stator? how do you know how many watts is coming out of my bike stator? any way to measure it?
Pull the stator cover and see how many of the windings are used.

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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  bikerman on Thu May 19, 2011 10:17 pm

Rikco,
How did you conect the Vapor to the original cable from the odometer? does it come with the port to conect the original speedometer cable?


bikerman wrote:Nice Job! so you use the Vapor as a odometer? did you have the stator conversion? how many watts 250? I see that you have a 12Volt outlet like the one in the cars, is it? How did you do the wiring, was it hard? I am not that good at complicated wiring diagrams but I want to do mine. How much did you spend doing all the dual conversion kit? Please do you have a list what I need to buy?
Thanks,
Ivan

rikco wrote:yes its the trail tech vapor + the single dashbord from e-bay.
dunno exactly what i payd but it was close to 150 dollar for all. (vapor + dash)
the rest i made myself



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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  BuRP on Fri May 20, 2011 8:35 am

Yo Guys,

regarding the keyswitch (ignition switch) following.
I also bought one, nice to have, prevents thieves from a quick getaway. But, this switch is a single contact only, meaning you can switch 1 circuit only, and my plan was the ignition.
If you've got a battery (a DC system) then you've got a problem, all will still work until the battery is empty, you don't want this. So I found a dual-circuit keyswitch, which kills the ignition as well as the DC-circuit, meaning the bike is really 'off' when the key is out - which I presume you want! So no fiddly system with a relay required or why, just a single key which does all.
I'll look for the link once at home, but Google should be your friend.
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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  rikco on Fri May 20, 2011 7:54 pm

Rikco,
How did you conect the Vapor to the original cable from the odometer? does it come with the port to conect the original speedometer cable?

not this is digital, it comes with all you need.

Wheel Sensor

Magnet

Temperature Sensor: 16mm Radiator Hose Insert


http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Vapor-Striker-Trail-Tech-Motorcycle-Indicator-Dashboard-_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem35b2358d66QQitemZ230623120742QQptZMotorcyclesQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Trail-Tech-Vapor-Speedo-Tach-Computer-Honda-XR650R-_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem4cf0df0f59QQitemZ330458664793QQptZMotorcyclesQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories
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Re: Selfmade cockpit for a trailtech vapor

Post  bikerman on Sat May 21, 2011 2:48 pm

Thanks Rikco, I just Bought it.
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