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 on: Yesterday at 18:38:38 
Started by Leotech - Last post by Mr.Chips
I think if you take off the panel in which the PICS sockets are mounted (just above the LH foot-board) you will find it.

 

 2 
 on: Yesterday at 14:29:37 
Started by Leotech - Last post by x9smoothie
On my 2005 EVO I swapped my bad regulator (measured charging voltage) and engine light went away. In my case didn't not need DM port
This doesn't answer your question, but you can check the service manual to find your answer.

 3 
 on: July 19, 2018, 06:45:43 
Started by solorider - Last post by Dave Milnes
They will fit but as you say are slightly thinner.
All front wheels are the same, except for the 250SL which has different spokes but probably still fits OK, so just use the SL wheel.
That way you can see if the thinner discs make any difference to Evo caliper and pads before wasting time swapping them over.

 4 
 on: July 18, 2018, 20:43:04 
Started by solorider - Last post by solorider
I know there is a thickness difference but does the discs from the 500 SL fit onto the evo wheel? I have a evo front end to fit my bike but the disks are knackered but I have nearly new SL discs on my bike at the moment. Also can the front wheel fit straight in or are there differences? I know the bearings are the same. 

 5 
 on: July 14, 2018, 13:50:41 
Started by William55 - Last post by Peter T
Likewise. Astonishing.

 6 
 on: July 14, 2018, 13:06:52 
Started by William55 - Last post by Mike H
I am often gobsmacked by your amount of detailed knowledge. 

 7 
 on: July 14, 2018, 09:13:28 
Started by solorider - Last post by Dave Milnes
Total travel is about 80mm but typical travel in normal use nearer 65mm.

 8 
 on: July 14, 2018, 09:06:54 
Started by William55 - Last post by Dave Milnes
If the key barrel part is moving up towards you it is disengaging with the steel locking pawl which itself engages with the actual ignition switch. The pawl is slotted down into the tube and never needs to be removed, the switch pushes in from the front end and locates with a spring wire clip, the barrel assembly goes in from the rear and a wire clip is inserted through a slot in the frame tube as shown in my pic to engage in a groove in the barrel so it cannot pull out away from the locking pawl. It has a certain amount of movement to act as a press button to open the glovebox but if the wire clip is missing the only thing keeping it in place is the panel. The clip only fits one way round and is a bit difficult to see where it goes but if the whole fairing is removed it is a lot easier to see. When fitted the clip sits flush into the slot in the frame tube and can just be extracted with fine nose pliers.

 9 
 on: July 13, 2018, 17:27:48 
Started by William55 - Last post by allen m
Hello
When i got my X9 Evo the switch body moved around. As I had the panels off to replace the seat button I just bent the retaining spring legs in a bit and re-fitted it. It's been OK ever since.
Regards
Allen Morgan

 10 
 on: July 13, 2018, 12:44:00 
Started by solorider - Last post by solorider
Doe anyone have any idea of the fork travel on a 2004/2005 500 Evo is? I have a complete front end to go on my bike but there is some pitting on the stanctions, I don’t want to strip and rebuild the forks if the corrosion is within the fork travel.

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