Can't promise a lot of content, but I will post when I can on things I do.
It is the regulator/rectifier. Converts AC to DC for the battery. I just replied to another friend on facebook about it. Funny that. I hope a cover does come out. The cover could be resigned to have some sort of duct for air flow/cooling. Would be a good idea. As for the yellow, its apart of the Ohlins package.View attachment 165240
What exactly is the ribbed/ finned item sitting inside the bike frame immediately below the rider's seat and outboard (in this view) of the yellow shock spring. I assume a part of the electrical system - rectifier maybe? - but being electronologically illiterate wouldn't bet my house on it. More to the point, it's not a pretty look, IMHO a bit unfinished, and I imagine that some style of aftermarket cover may be in the offing soon enough. But I also assume that its finned nature implies some sort of heat source, so would any damage occur if it's sealed in? Bike looks good!
I do not know where it is placed on the FZ, but the MT, it is most awesomely located under the seat. I can only assume they moved it from that location to the side and made it so prominent cause something was going on with the under seat location?It is the regulator/rectifier. Converts AC to DC for the battery.
Wow you have great taste in motorcycle modsGot some Oxford heated grips.
Decided to get rid of the Praying Mantis stock mirrors and replace them with some bar end mirrors.
The inside of the bars is in there pretty damn tight, but luckily bolt for the mirrors I bought fit right in the threads of the OEM bar ends.
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Had to add some spacers AKA filed down, 40 cent washers from bunnings, otherwise the throttle would stay pinned in place after accelerating
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Mirrors on, throttle turns and returns to off when released.
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