This modification can be done for under $30 and will make it possible to jump start the bike without going through the headache of accessing the battery underneath the gas tank.
The terms Beam Angle and Field Angle are two commonly used terms for describing a lights output. Knowing what those terms mean is important when you are selecting a light that's right for your application.
ABS1 was only used on older K bikes. A fault is indicated by the ABS light and the bulb monitor flashing in unison. The bulb monitor will be on continuously until the system has verified operation of both brake switches and both bulb filaments (taill
Electrical problems can pop up at any time and can seem hard to fix but they really aren't. Most of the time, anyway. Most everything can be "Proved" (tested) with an
As we already mentioned in our " Motorcycle Fuse Block Installation " article, there are a couple popular ways of wiring up accessori
There are two popular ways of wiring up accessories to your bike and variations of each of them depending on who you talk to.
So exactly how many "gee-whiz" pieces of electronics will your bike power? Well that depends on a few variables. Basically, your bikes excess electrical capacity is the alternators charging output minus the common operating load. Usually these number
This project was submitted by one of our customers, 2xadv .
Next was time to shed a little more light on the road in front of me.
Anyone that's owned a bike and added a few Farkles (gadgets) to their bike knows that sometimes the hardest thing to do is find a good power and ground source. This task becomes more and more daunting as bikes are designed with more and more plas
At the 2005 Iron Butt national meet Warchild talked about having a properly prepared bike. It got me thinking bout how I had my bike set up. Wiring for my driving lights not in looms, cables zip tied to frame structures but not properly protected, an
When wiring up accessories and fuse blocks to your bike you have a couple of choices. You can wire them up so that they are fed straight from the battery and are on all the time, or you can wire them up with