Installed front LED signals, I already had rear leds, so finally mix and match!
Definitely option 2.I bought 2x wideband sensor for my Rapid Bike module and I am figuring out where to install them.
Install the wideband in front of the OEM sensor. It will be angled and directly above where the two pipes are joined together by a transversal pipe. I don’t know if that will have impact or not.
Install the wideband where the OEM sensor is (use same thread). And install the OEM sensor behind the wideband at the back by 2 – 3 inches. The wideband does not fit at the back, only the OEM can.
I am leaning for Option #2.
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There’s the triangle area right above the oil cooler behind the steertube that is fairly roomy. I put the massive resistors that came with the Rizoma turn signals there.Not yet - was hoping next to the Rapid Bike module (between tank and seat) but I am out of space. I need to look somewhere below the tank, maybe next to the ECU.
Thanks for detailing this. I have put some of the fake ones on my 1250GS. The look fine, but the problem is they are not water tight. They will fill up with water if you aren't extremely careful washing your bike.You being in Europe, these will fit just fine at the front and rear. As for anyone interested in getting these in North America, the fronts will fit just fine, but if want to keep the stock rear fender, keep in mind that our Brake light are larger than the Euro Brake light,
therefor it will partially block the Euro. LED indicatorsas they don't have the extended stem.
EDIT: I have Daedalus rear kit, so i don't use the indicators for the rears, but I went a head and tested it on my OE rear and it appears that the indicator DOES (just barely) clear the "larger" North American version of the brake light.
Also (i think this applies just for us in North America), to prevent hyper flash and\or LAMP error on 2020 or below, you'll also need a resistor for each indicator OR you can use MotoScan app (i think you need the Pro or Ultimate version) to flash the ECU to accept the LED indicators.
Let me add that i'm already seeing fake versions of these online. Try to buy from a reputable BMW OEM parts website, but if you are hoping for some used ones on eBay (that's how I found mine), here is a picture comparing the fake vs authentic versions
I like my Sargent seat, and I don't think my short legs could accommodate a much higher seat height, but that high bench seat looks amazing.Today I added two items recently purchased from the marketplace: a unit garage pannier and an OEM high bench seat w/Luimoto suede skin. I LOVE this seat! My knees are really going to appreciate that extra 1-1/3".
They are Sw motech crashbars. I also agree that you sit more "in" the bike.. im very happyWow Chris those lights look fantastic. I recently put the hornig up and back risers on mine and I agree, an instant improvement As you feel sat in the bike rather than on top of it.
what crash bars are those?