On the 2012 & 2015 I recall only having to remove the right side body work (seat cowl) under the right hand grab rail, then one or two fasteners at the rear edge of the side cowl so I could pull the side cowl out enough to get to the lower shock bolt. I think the service manual detailed removal of more pieces but not necessary.Washed mine. Then I started poking around the bodywork with a view to commencing work to replace the shock. I started to get depressed at the work involved and gave up for another day. I hate this bloody bike sometimes
On the 2012 & 2015 I recall only having to remove the right side body work (seat cowl) under the right hand grab rail, then one or two fasteners at the rear edge of the side cowl so I could pull the side cowl out enough to get to the lower shock bolt. I think the service manual detailed removal of more pieces but not necessary.
I know electronics is not the same as motorcycles. I used to work at a major automotive electronics supplier. They 'strongly encouraged' the design engineers to work in manufacturing for 1-3 years so they would understand the impact of their design. It changed the way many of them thought and went about their work.Man, how many times I have said THAT over the years
How does switching work?Fork mounted DRL. Moved to the upper fender bolts so I can keep the reflectors and stay legal. I set at 100% all the time and was able to wire up through the accessory harness. I got mine in amber though. Really enjoying them but the installation was a bear for me. I don’t normally do these sorts of things myself. I guess I don’t normally think of pictures. Thanks for the reminder!
How do these switch on/off? Is everything included in the kit or are there other accessories needed?Not sure what Rabbit did, but I have the Denali DRL lights on 2 bikes. Fork mounted. Love them. Attention getting but not blinding. Wide beam spread is visible from the SIDE and the FRONT of the bike and all angles in between. Don't really light the roadway, they are designed so you are seen.
My 2013 has Denali 2.0 conspicuity lights installed by a previous owner. They were wired without a switch with the relay triggered by the high beam positive so every time the headlight was on high beam the Denali lights were on. This was unacceptable to me so almost immediately I rewired it so the auxiliary light relay had switched power directly from the OEM fuse block and I could turn the lights on and off independent of the headlight with a separate switch mounted above the right hand switch pod on the handlebar.How does switching work?