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Post  R17Z on Sun May 13 2012, 10:23

Hi just thought i would show you all my cat with its under tray and LED rear light fitted.
Just needs painting now. Hope the pic works!

Here is a pic of my mud guard i fixed which had two big cracks.





The final finish is a few shades lighter but I'm no painter and it was done with an aerosol can too.
Am happy Very Happy
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Post  Dai-San on Sun May 13 2012, 11:03

Nice job, like that undertray Thumb
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Post  robertcains on Sun May 13 2012, 11:10

Looks good! A very fair job for a rattle can too
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Post  Snowcat on Sun May 13 2012, 16:03

Nice job that, really tidy, my next step I think will be the rear light conversion.
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Post  R17Z on Sun May 13 2012, 18:23

I got that led rear light from e-bay for £40 which has the integral indicators and number plate light too. works great.
I'm not to sure what colour to do the under tray. Was thinking to do it black to match the light surround. Don\'t Know
How ever that's going to be a winter job when i do the frame and swing arm too. So plenty of time to make up my mind.
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Post  Snowcat on Sun May 13 2012, 18:34

Yeah they're more like £65 off eBay now but that's just the cost of delay Wink
I was a bit unsure about how the indicators would show up but after seeing DaiSan's in the flesh I'm convinced.

Just get the expense of my suspension out of the way & will probably invest after BC in a couple of weeks
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Post  R17Z on Sun May 13 2012, 18:45

I've got a spare led rear light just like the one on my bike. It came with the under tray, but i purchased an led light a few weeks before i found the under tray. Could of saved my self £40!! Mad Not tested it yet though.
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Post  Dai-San on Sun May 13 2012, 20:09

Snowcat wrote:Yeah they're more like £65 off eBay now but that's just the cost of delay Wink
I was a bit unsure about how the indicators would show up but after seeing DaiSan's in the flesh I'm convinced.

This is a totally different unit to mine mate, mine is a 600RR unit with scrolling indicators, this is a replacement Tcat LED unit.

Not saying it isn't great, it may well be MORE noticeable than mine as the whole left and right sides flash rather than scroll, just saying that they are different units so you can't use mine as a benchmark.
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Post  Snowcat on Sun May 13 2012, 20:14

R17Z wrote:I've got a spare led rear light just like the one on my bike. It came with the under tray, but i purchased an led light a few weeks before i found the under tray. Could of saved my self £40!! Mad Not tested it yet though.
If its working I'll take it off your hands if you like??
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Post  Snowcat on Sun May 13 2012, 20:17

Dai-San wrote:This is a totally different unit to mine mate, mine is a 600RR unit with scrolling indicators, this is a replacement Tcat LED unit.

Not saying it isn't great, it may well be MORE noticeable than mine as the whole left and right sides flash rather than scroll, just saying that they are different units so you can't use mine as a benchmark.

Oh yeah I remember now, like the style of that one but I'd be scared shitless of the cutting and chopping, think I'd rather stick to plug and play for now Smile
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Post  R17Z on Sun May 13 2012, 20:49

Yeah I'll test it this week and let you know if it good or not.
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Post  R17Z on Mon May 14 2012, 19:45

Hi Snowcat, i have checked the operation and it works fine.
Click the link to see the video on you tube
http://youtu.be/r_kaJtsyNVc
It shows the side light with indicators, then brake light with indicators then indicators.
There is a three pin block connection for the side/brake lamp and one wire for each indicator. However you will have to add some resistors for the indicators so they flash at the correct rate if you have bulbs up front as i have. I can send you a pic of mine if you like?
I got two 20watt 6 Ohm ceramic resisters for £2.60 at the local electronics store and just wired them in. Lets know either way. green smile
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Post  Snowcat on Mon May 14 2012, 20:49

I'll PM you mate Smile
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