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Share your modifications both the ones that worked and ones not worth doing.
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Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2442

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Fitted a Lynx fairing today twin HID lights 12V skt and Garmin Zumo in a lockable Touratech anti vib mount
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Re: Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2444

Hey Roge

Looks great, nice pics. Was it hard to install? and can I ask how much it set you back?

Cheers
Scarecrow

Re: Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2445

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The time consuming part of the install is deciding where I wnted stuff and removing the head lamp mount, the fork legs have to be dropped which is easy enough now I have done it. I mounted the dash and then mounted everything so I could see where it would all go. I have the HID option which is more stuff to mount.

Pic of the mounting inside below, I fitted up an ignition controlled fuse block to a 12V socket and the GPS.

Prices are on the site

www.britanniacomposites.com
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Re: Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2454

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Very nice , clearly your planning a big trip (in case i missed it) where are you planning to go , and if so can you share what you have decided to carry , such as tools , spares ,ect ect .

Re: Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2456

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Not sure yet,i fancy Inneminka and Camerons corner, may be see a mate in Dalby... Townsville. Next year I get Long Service Leave so who knows. I am not the best of planners so we will have to see.

I am building (or a mate is) a set of racks to take Wolfmann bags they will also mount a tool tube (alloy) which I took of my BMW GSA, uprate the rear spring. I am slowley replacing all the assorted cross poit screw with stainless 4mm hex head bolts and where necessary stayloc nuts with the plan of only having the need for a single sized key and socket if possible or at least a minimum number. decent tyre irons (I'd love to go tubless tyres but I have not seen the right rims/spokes and If i could find them its cost the BMW had tubless tyres and they were brilliant. The bike has Heidenau tyres on they have out lasted the usual fair with no visible signs of where and seem to be an excellent compromise of off/on road and wear.
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Re: Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2459

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The tool tube sounds good , last year i made one from pvc pipe , got it all from bunnings ,ends ,brackets , the whole thing . It fitted a spare tube and levers and i bolted it to the rear sub frame .Keep us updated on the progress , its always good to see peoples ideas on setting up a bike for big trips .. cheers ..

Re: Lynx Fairing Fitted 5 years, 10 months ago #2474

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Well with few kms under its belt and a little pain in adjusting the lights I can report that anyone wanting to travel any distance on a DRZ would do well with one of these screens, very little wind blast with screen in the up position and turbulance of the top is minimal, put the screen right down and its still better than the standard offering. Riding at night with the HIDs is a bit like being launched in an X-fighter on star wars big tunnel of white light. The Lynx with the Heideneau K60 tyres actually turn the DZ into a top little tourer for back roads and gravel. Long stretch of bitumen are now ok and will be better with a modified seat.
If there is a 50/50 chance of gettingb the right answer how come there is a 90% chance of getting it wrong
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