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Hi guys, my dirty little secret is that I was terrified of wheelies but also really wanted to learn and improve. I looked around for a system or tool to possibly help and what I discovered is that wasn't really anything, until I found these guys. I reach out and asked if I could test it to see if was worth the investment and more importantly see if it would help me practice safely and accelerate my learning curve. After only two session I went from 5 foot wheelies to 75 feet wheelies and also it really help me find the balance point. I still have a ways to go but I wanted to share how innovative and a quality product this is if your looking to safely improve your wheelies on a motorcycle or motorbike. So whether you just want to learn how to wheelie or want to practice how to wheelie this system or tool helps you progress your wheelie because it has different settings that you can adjust and your wheelie skills progress. Here my review showing the product brief install and then into the practicing and some advice etc. I hope someone finds this helpful, I sure as heck did! Braaap! https://youtu.be/QKY10fQa6tg
May I please get your input on how to gain access to the tail light connector on a 17-19 FE501? I did a search on this, but either my search-fu sucks, or there is something simple I'm just missing, so no one has had to ask this question. In the first picture, where the green circle is, I've got the bolt out, but up where the green arrow is, there is a bolt on the backside. It appears the only way to get that bolt out is to remove the rear inner fender. On the second picture, I've found the two bolts for that piece (green arrows), but it feels like there is something else holding that piece in place. It's pretty cold up here, so I don't want to get aggressive and crack the plastic. I'm swapping on the TE slim tail light kit. Looking for input from those of you who have done this work already. TIA,
Noticed my bike boil over on a recent ride, then noticed my fan wasn't working. I found the little box of 5 fuses under the ECU and one was blown. Replaced it, rode yesterday, and the fan never kicked on, despite some challenging, slow riding. This morning, I checked the fuses again, and sure enough, the fuse was blown. I'm no electrician and know enough about motors to be dangerous (always just ran a 2 stroke before this bike because I could understand them) but I'd like to fix this without having to take it to the Husky shop, pay a bunch of money, and not have my bike to ride. I'm thinking it probably has to be some kind of short in the fan itself, but has anyone experienced this? I'd like to know if there's any other thoughts before dishing out $100 for a new fan. Also, sometimes when riding, the bike would idle high, which I am assuming is because it was running hot. Never boiled over, but do you think it could have been running hot enough to do any kind of damage? I'd think it would boil over before it got to that point, but again, no mechanic here... Thanks, Will