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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 11:44 AM
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post #22 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-30-2012, 11:55 AM
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Re: Srad Nose upgrade

I'm suprised Chris even looked in this thread!

Anyone notice how the Srad elite don't chime in threads like this?

That alleyways probably shared, so he probably waiting for his next door neighbour to start cleaning first
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Re: Srad Nose upgrade

hey fab I have a few questions

regarding the ram air, were you able to utilize the ducts? boots?

front stay, did you use the stocker?

headlight, the srad is a 2 plug h/5 with the high/low on the same bulb, the k5 uses two seperate h/7s, one for high one for low..

did you just plug in the H/5s one in the top one in the bottom or how does that all play out and what do they provide you with? they say they provide the "adapter" but its a lot more money, sheesh, I would rather have the H/5s working in the stacked position like that as apposed to just a single for low beam

one thiong about that conversion is you lose some lighting capabilities as the horozontal beams light better than the verticle or stacked, I really like the SV1000 lighting capabilities

I had both the SV and a Hayabusa and did a comparo at night pitch black, the SV lit up so much more of the side of the road it was ridiculous, and thats advantageous if you ride at night a lot in the birbs or country.. city it don't matter

thanks for any information on the setup
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Re: Srad Nose upgrade

also, no offense but your mirrors look kinda funky (far from stock), do they provide proper vision and was there other options for mirrors?
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post #28 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-01-2012, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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The basic nose conversion came with the ram air ducts so it made things very straight forwards. With this headlight there is the bulbs one on top of the other. So it was as simple as plugging everything in and it worked. I brought the bike with the mirrors so I've just chosen to use it for the time being until I save some more money to carry on with the project.


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