I like to drill a fender washer to put between the grip/throttle tube and the handguards. When you crash, it keeps crap from being forced into the throttle tube. Works.
950 Super Enduro 2-1 exhaust manifold.
2-1 manifold for the 950 Super Enduro.
Berg Briggs made this aux fuel tank from a Baja Designs RFS aux tank for me. It adds 1.65 gallons of fuel where the left side muffler used to live. Over five gallons of gas onboard now!
2-1 exhaust, Neptune silencer, Berg Briggs aux fuel tank, CJRacer rack, and a set of DirtBagz. I set up the Dirtbagz & brackets as wellas the rack to come off as one piece for those times I don't need to carry the extra load.
Neduro's prototype 2-1 exhaust manifold with a Neptune silencer. Whoop!
Rekluse Pro and one of CJRacer's trick clutch covers. Cool!
Watching the clutch go 'round. Mesmorizing.
In order to make this ZipTy sharkfin work, I has to get a set of older 950 Adventure wheel spacers.
The one on the right is the OE SE spacer. The one on the left is the ADV spacer needed for the ZipTy sharkfin.
The headlight shakes around on rough trails. It had to go.
Kenny and gaspipe. RIP Kenny.
Baja Designs 8" halogen race light takes over.
The front Karoo died a fast death. A Dunlop 606 takes over.
IMO is mounted to the headlight bracket.
Ignition switch is moved to the headlight bracket also. No more steering lock.
I am a big fan of Bruce Triplett's Terrain Tamer modification to the WP forks. The tricky thing for the SE is that the travel is about 2" shorter than a regular 4860 fork, so we're experimenting with how to do it. If we can get close to how well they work on my RFS bikes, I'll be one happy gaspipe.