Got my bike back together after the Cyclops LED install. Very happy with the increased light output and how much better it looks compared to the yellow halogens.
Puig. I believe they're around 27"What brand and size windshield is that? V stream?
Yes, you can. The strap in the back is just to keep the bike level while you lift it. You can also lift it in the stoppie or wheelie postion.Can you use the lift without (what appears from the photo to be) the rear section so the final drive can be dropped while the bike is connected to the stand? I have a roll-on floor lift table, but the Abba always fascinated me with the engineering and the seemingly gravity defying attributes...
Battlax?Installed a new rear Road 6 GT. The Bridgestone only lasted 3400 miles. 😡
I don't have a precice system for aiming them. However, my Cyclops LED headlights are so bright that it doesn't make any difference whether my auxiliary lights are on or not, I can't tell any difference. I'll line the bike up about 20 feet from a wall at night and see if I can find an adjustment where they become useful.What methodology do you follow for adjusting the lower lights?
If people are flashing you then that is proof that your lights are aimed too high. I have Cyclops LEDs that are insanely bright and I've never been flashed. The cutoffs aren't supposed to be aimed horizontal to the center of the headlight. They're supposed to drop over a distance.Using the method I use I don't light the interior of a vehicle I'm following so I doubt I'm Blinding anything that's coming at me. I have had people coming at me flash their brights thinking I had mine on till I show them what brights are and I light them up so they can see their cell phones with no problem.
No, they've updated their design to utilize the factory mounts.I was under the impression that you could not keep the factory mounts for the driving lights when you installed Illium bars. Did you modify the mounts?
Not bad at all. My first impression is I likely won't use them very often, but they could be nice on really long rides.I've been thinking about getting the same pegs and mount them on my Illium guards. What do they look like folded up?
Ilium has a video on YouTube showing you how to determine where you'd like your pegs to be. I think it was called "Ilium Bucket Trick". Let me know if you can't find it and I'll get it for you.Thanks for all the pics. I’m thinking to get the adjustable low-mount version which I think would have a bit more adjustability for those with short inseam like me
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Weird. I would say my OEM option 719 brown seat felt more like a wooden plank. The new Sargent feels like I sink into it more. Did 400km today but only 100km at a time. Recovering from eye surgery so I have to take frequent breaks for eye drops. It definitely felt slightly more comfortable than OEM but not night and day. I need more km's and longer intervals to make a more definite decision. I didn't feel like it forced me to sit further back either.I just had one delivered a week or so ago. I weigh 175 lbs and it feels like sitting on a plank of wood vs stock.
I've been using it in the high position since that is how I position the stock saddle. I have the world sport with the gripper cover and fit and finish seems top notch.
Surprised you say yours is squishy and you sank into it??
Not much give in the foam structure even after 500 miles of use. Since I'm not tall at 5' 9.5" the saddle bucket is forcing me to sit as far back on the seat as possible to fit the seat shape and then putting a good stretch on my arms. I've installed the Illium risers also. I wear a 34" sleeve dress shirt. Undecided at this point if I will keep it.
I'm 185lbs. It's bizarre that it sounds like we have two different seats. I just tried pressing into both the stock and the Sargent seat side by side with a few fingers, 1000% I can say for sure my Sargent has more give, my fingers sink in deeper.Totally different than the one I received. Can you share how much you weigh? I'm 175/180 lbs dressed to ride weight.
The stock seat is much more plush and softer than the Sargent I just received.. and it is really night and day different.
I sink down into the stocker.. With the Sargent, my sit bones hardly move down on the seat at all.
I wish our cold spells were that warm! It was -32°C here this morning with -42°C windchill 🥶Need to put on trickle charger soon as we had cold spell here last week (-4°C average) and want to check her as not been out on her in a while sadly but all well might go for spin Friday if I can.