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Zebulon's changes and equipments
« on: November 05, 2018, 18:54:01 »
On the beginning it was something like this





and now after more then 2 years it is like this

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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2018, 19:15:23 »
You can see, at the beginning Touratech crash bars up and down (each side  ;D )
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Givi Trekker 52l top case
added as they was available Givi Trekker outback panniers (36 +48)
and made a more effective rear mud bumper (with old Suzuki 's one )



comfortable footpads for Michelle and recently Pivotz footpegs for me (larger then OEM, and pivot is fantastic !  VCIF_ThumbUp )



mount my cameleon oiler from previous Varaderos

recently added a DS Bike toolbox (yes I need some tools, I some time flat my tires  :D )



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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2018, 19:46:49 »
My MRA screen and Barkbuster hand guards (SW Motech distribution in France)



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Touratech's Garmin Z660 holder on GPS handlebar bracket + RNS Tripmaster (Honda first series model)



Givi bashpalte & SW-Motech center stand

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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2018, 03:54:44 »
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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2018, 18:12:55 »
Touratech Rear brake fluid reservoir guard & Side stand base extension (big foot)





Altrider headlight protector



Touratech Set of LED auxiliary headlights fog right / full beam headlight left, with protections
Hand made radiator protectors

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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2018, 18:31:09 »
GIVI Trekker rack M9




Hyperpro Progressive spring +20mm




An other view of Touratech's Garmin Z660 holder and GPS handlebar bracket + RNS Tripmaster




Fork preload adjuster (do not change offently, but when I need easier)


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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2018, 18:48:37 »
and Crash bar bags: a SW-Motech Dry-bag 80 for inner tubes & compressor



and a Louis.de (was an handlebar one) for electronics, cables, map & pressure tester



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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #7 on: November 07, 2018, 09:00:46 »
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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #8 on: November 16, 2018, 18:09:55 »
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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #9 on: December 06, 2018, 05:24:09 »
Good looking gear, that's a lot of bike!

I just noticed you have the HISS?
I know there are some differences between Europe and North American models, e.g. LED indicators and wiring, but didn't know the HISS was still used. It's not on my AT.
I wonder if it will be a potential problem as on the Varadero?

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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #10 on: December 06, 2018, 11:07:21 »
Good looking gear, that's a lot of bike!

I just noticed you have the HISS?
I know there are some differences between Europe and North American models, e.g. LED indicators and wiring, but didn't know the HISS was still used. It's not on my AT.
I wonder if it will be a potential problem as on the Varadero?

Steve T.

It would be interesting to hear Honda's reasons for this.

If a bike is going to be used in a mainly urban environment then the occasionally having to switch off and on to  start the bike is annoying but the extra security (and cheaper insurance) is worth it.
But if the bike is going to be used in a wilderness environment then any possibility of it not starting could be a major issue.

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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #11 on: December 06, 2018, 11:59:51 »
Do not remember but yes I had some HISS problem (on my first or second Varadero) but as we can start the bike anyway, it was never a big problem ... ( think it was pressing start button before turning the key)
Perhaps Europe is more dangerous then North America for the bikes ?  8)
Never had or ear of AT's HISS problem (40 000 kms)
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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #12 on: December 08, 2018, 04:46:27 »
....( think it was pressing start button before turning the key)

Correct, I frequently have to do this on the Vara, but I think this was related to the crankshaft position widget and the HISS was simply broken wires (?)

Insurance & HISS, ...maybe I do live in the wilderness!

Also, I noted your rectangular tool box (not the usual tube!) Any link to the supplier? Maybe I can get some more weight on the left side  ;)

FYI:  On the AT I use my old SW Motech 37L top box and 45 litre "left" side case from my Varadero but obviously had to buy the right side 37L case and panniers etc. So, I saved some money... but bought a Corbin seat with red trim and stitching ...excellent :)   ...also transferred the LED lights, and hardwired (relay/fusebox) the GPS, heated grips and a 12v outlet as well as a taller screen. Have a set of TKC70 ready for next year
Just waiting for the snow to arrive.... it's already below the tree line on the mountains and well below zero C

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Re: Zebulon's changes and equipments
« Reply #13 on: December 08, 2018, 20:22:54 »
Also, I noted your rectangular tool box (not the usual tube!) Any link to the supplier? Maybe I can get some more weight on the left side  ;)

You have the answer in the post: it's the Spanish DS Bike company toolbox (some difficulties to mount it - and on the site to buy)
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