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652 viewsLED, brake light mode. The light is spread out a LOT more.
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Close-up of the locking chin bar system647 viewsPush the red tabs up and out to unlock the chin bar.
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638 viewsThe Bus donated its floor so the Duc would have a soft spot to pretend.
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632 views...and the Hypermotard oil line path. Neat and tidy!
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Comparing helmets621 viewsOn the left is my HJC. It has served me well but way past it's service date. On the right is my new ROOF helmet. It's a round helmet compared to the HJC and has more distinct, unique styling. It's modular, meaning the chin bar can unlock and rotate up and out of the way. The ROOF also weighs 2-ounces less than my HJC, coming in at 1630-grams (Medium size).
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Frame slider is 12cm long for Monster/Multistrada620 viewsHere's the right side. Long version.
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617 viewsStock bulb, brake light mode. Notice how the lens focuses the light.
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610 viewsRider's perspective. Notice that you can see the front of the gauge cups.
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604 viewsThe helmet in action!
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595 viewsInstalled, bled, and ready for use!
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589 viewsLED, parking light mode.
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588 viewsUse an 8mm open-ended wrench to crack open the bleeder nipple when bleeding the clutch slave. I used clear tubing, bungeed to the kick-stand, and let it drain into a glass container. I bled my system until fresh fluid appeared. Remember to keep an eye on the reservoir! Oh yeah, you no longer need the plastic wrap cover. When done, make sure the reservoir is about 3/4 full, then insert the rubber boot and secure the cap.
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584 viewsThe lowered gauge faces are just about in-line with the stock handle bars.
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584 viewsClose-up of the front view installation. Nice and neat, eh?
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580 viewsPut a sheet of plastic wrap, like Saran-wrap, over the rubber plug...
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576 viewsSo what do you do with the stock clutch cover? Well, you NEVER throw away good parts! Keep them for the next owner or recycle them -- that means you give them to a friend in-need or sell them. Personally, I used mine for a cereal bowl...
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575 viewsOnce the clutch slave is bolted down (10 ft-lbs) pre-fill with DOT-4 brake fluid. I used a syringe and found 6cc to be enough to reach the bottom of the threads. Next, remove the banjo fitting from the stock unit and put it on the new one, torquing it down to 23 ft-lbs.
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