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About OSmightymanOS

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  1. Always wondered this myself .. Assumed it just made it's way over as the bike is going along really.
  2. I was just wondering if there is any kit available for me to have an electric starter on my KTM 125 SX 2006 that already has a full KTM lighting kit and aftermarket battery fitted to it. It still has original SX gearing but I don't think that matters anyway. In the long run I hope to get one of the trail tech speedos and would love to have the option of electric starting it mid ride for when I stall unexpectedly! I was thinking if there isn't a kit for the SX specifically, would an option be to snag one from an EXC? Obviously I have a stator capable of powering the lighting kit but would it be powerful enough to start the bike? Or is starting it solely dependant on the output from the battery? Apologies if I have had some majorly rookie thoughts and/or done anything wrong relating to my post as this is, I believe, my first or possibly second post.
  3. I'll be fitting a full lighting kit on mine so I can ride in the pitch black snowy nights!
  4. 95!? JESUS!
  5. I have an 06 with the newer style wr exhaust (road crap removed) and I am 100% set on getting the fmf megabomb and an fmf silencer at some point in the future! Just can't go wrong with it really...
  6. Just tried the black wire with the yellow wire, and the red wire with the black wire ( pos to neg ) and ( neg to pos ) and I guess the colour of the wire was wrong ? :S Because its all working now thanks
  7. What...? You mean, positive to negative?! and negative to positive?!
  8. Forgot about those! They are non LED aftermarket smaller indicators and they were both working correctly when the stock front indicators were on however when I took the front stock ones off, they flashed faster but after installing the load resistors onto the front, they are flashing at the original speed so they are fine at the moment with both load resistors installed it's literally just the front left indicator that doesn't want to flash
  9. Hey all! I live in England and have recently picked up a DR-Z 400 and am now doing little bits here and there to it. I am now onto swapping out the stock front indicators to some nice replacements I have found ;D http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/190717988874?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649 I have them both mounted on my Zeta hand guards nicely and the right front one works with the load resistors I bought http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/180925105670?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649 however the left one does not seem to work... The odd thing is, that the stock one works normally without the load resistor, but when I use the new one WITHOUT the load resistor, it still does not work. I first thought it was just that indicator so got the company to replace it however I have now found that the indicator works if i use it on the right side. So basically left indicator does not work with OR without the load resistor but the stock one works perfectly without the load resistor. Anyone got any ideas? I was under the impression that LED's use less energy than the stock indicators so it couldn't be a voltage or current problem HOWEVER there is 6 LED's in total therefore it may be wanting more power than the bike is giving. If that is the case, is there any way of somehow giving the indicators enough power? Its just odd because TWO of the LED indicators work of the right one if I hook them both up at the same time :S. I really don't want to have to go back to the old stock paperweights... Here is a small night time test of the right indicator working Also once I get this working, I will finally consider it good enough to do a short walk around video of my bike ;D