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post #1 of 9 Old 02-16-2019, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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XG 750 my mods

Some of my mods until today. But every winter I have to do something..

1- Led Bulb 4000 Lumen and pilot bulb
2- adjustable levers
3- Stainless steel end bar (170g)
4 - soft HandGrip with ball bearing throttle
5- Electronic Tachometer
6 - Mirror relocator
7- Fuel Gauge meter
8- Corbin Seat
9 - Electronic Flasher for Led Bulb - Load sensitive
10 - Helmet support
11 - Led direction bulb
12 - Carbon Fiber pocket
13 - 412 Progressive shock
14 - 2 in 2 exhaust
15 - horn
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Looks nice - I am intrigued - what do you mean by 'fuel gauge meter?

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it is a fuel level indicator.
It was the hard work of this winter... I studied various solutions and then made a sensor inside the tank. It seems that it works well. But still not installed on the bike because I have to finish the aesthetics. in the picture the sensor assembled, the actual situation of the tank and the study for position inside the tank.
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Oh, I thought it was something you had purchased - a bit too much work for me, I'll just top up every 100 miles!

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yes it's the best thing... but I have to invent something for the days too cold to ride :-)
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Marco_dalea, can you please expand on the purchase (name/type) and installation of the electronic tachometer?
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Hi,

I have use a product of this company because is smaller (48mm)

https://mmb-instrumente.de/index.php...id=526&lang=en

(now I can't see anymore my model)

I installed the instrument using the wire that reaches the primary coil, but I have to warn you that most likely you will have to do a conversion circuit because the impulse of our Street is too short to drive directly the instrument. Then I put you the simple circuit I made (it works perfectly..)
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Hi, awesome bike mods! did you order the 2 into 2 exhaust online? or completely custom made?
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Hi Chabro,
I ordered them online (MotoMiu - from India)
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