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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 01:44 PM Thread Starter
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Hi how are you!

I just purchased a new 2017 manual AT. So far I’m not a fan of this forum as you guys keep growing my shopping list exponentially 😉

I live in SoCal/OC and look forward to connecting with AT riders after completing necessary off-road mods. Thanks for all the insight!!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-09-2019, 07:49 PM
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If you have an addiction to buying farkles then we are here to help! If you don't want enablers for your addiction then it could be the wrong sort of help.

Here's my current list of farkles for inspiration:
Eastern Beaver PC8
Oxford Touring Edition Hot Grips
Outback Motortek Engine Guards
Outback Motortek Crash Bars
Outback Motortek Skid Plate
Accessory socket in default location
USB with QC3.0 & Voltmeter & Ampmeter x 2 in mount attached to middle of handlebars
Outex kit for front & back wheels, no tubes!
Mitas 150/70/18 tyre on rear
TKC80 90/90/21 tyre on front
SW Motech Steel top plate
SW Motech Givi Monokey adapter kit
MotoCentric Mototrek 7 Tank Bag (magnetic)
Black Dog foot pegs
OEM Centre Stand
Rox Risers 2" Pivot Bar Riser
Ram Mounts ball x 2
Batzen Adjustable Windscreen Risers
Where's Zed Headlight protectors
Barkbusters with Storm guards
SAE connector under seat
Tankslapper clear tank protector
Bumot Defender Rack & Panniers 40L/36L (the middle size option)
Tuturo Automatic Chain Oiler
Givi Trekker 58L Top Box
Camel Windscreen Brace
Sargent Seat (front only)
National Cycles V-Stream screen
2 x Touratech 3L fuel canisters mounted on my panniers
TPMS (cheap Chinese ones from Aliexpress)
Jump start lead tucked into 'tool box'
Camel Toe side stand
Garmin Zumo 595LM GPS

Whatever you have bought, there is plenty more you can buy!
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-07-2019, 02:32 PM Thread Starter
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Indeed, lots to consider, thanks for feedback!

Here’s what I’ve done thus far:

Outback Crash-bar
Outback Skid-plate
AltRider High Fender Kit
Handlebar Guard Bars Hepco Knockoffs
Camel Footpegs
TKC80 front and rear w/HD tubes
In Dash USB
Arai XD4 Helmet
Ram Mount phone/Garmin

Short list
Outex Tubeless Kit
Delkevic Full Exhaust
Seat Cushion - local custom
Rack System - tbd
More Camping gear
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Congratulations on your AT!

Eastern Beaver PC8 should be your first electrical mod.

Marc

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2017 690 Enduro R & 2012 Concours 14 traded for the 2017 Africa Twin
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-19-2019, 07:14 PM
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Indeed, lots to consider, thanks for feedback!

Here’s what I’ve done thus far:

Outback Crash-bar
Outback Skid-plate
AltRider High Fender Kit
Handlebar Guard Bars Hepco Knockoffs
Camel Footpegs
TKC80 front and rear w/HD tubes
In Dash USB
Arai XD4 Helmet
Ram Mount phone/Garmin

Short list
Outex Tubeless Kit
Delkevic Full Exhaust
Seat Cushion - local custom
Rack System - tbd
More Camping gear
How do you like the Delkevic Exhaust system? I was thinking about putting one on mine with their spark arrestor add on. My only concern is they claim to not need ECU remapping but I kinda doubt that. What is your experience? Did you add anything like a Power Commander or have plans to? have you noticed any performance changes? or fueling issues?
I like the look of the Delkevic systems a lot, and at the price point seems like they cant be beat.
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What a great shopping list Mark. Lots of goodies.

And congratulations Adam on your acquisition.


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If you have an addiction to buying farkles then we are here to help! If you don't want enablers for your addiction then it could be the wrong sort of help.

Here's my current list of farkles for inspiration:
Eastern Beaver PC8
Oxford Touring Edition Hot Grips
Outback Motortek Engine Guards
Outback Motortek Crash Bars
Outback Motortek Skid Plate
Accessory socket in default location
USB with QC3.0 & Voltmeter & Ampmeter x 2 in mount attached to middle of handlebars
Outex kit for front & back wheels, no tubes!
Mitas 150/70/18 tyre on rear
TKC80 90/90/21 tyre on front
SW Motech Steel top plate
SW Motech Givi Monokey adapter kit
MotoCentric Mototrek 7 Tank Bag (magnetic)
Black Dog foot pegs
OEM Centre Stand
Rox Risers 2" Pivot Bar Riser
Ram Mounts ball x 2
Batzen Adjustable Windscreen Risers
Where's Zed Headlight protectors
Barkbusters with Storm guards
SAE connector under seat
Tankslapper clear tank protector
Bumot Defender Rack & Panniers 40L/36L (the middle size option)
Tuturo Automatic Chain Oiler
Givi Trekker 58L Top Box
Camel Windscreen Brace
Sargent Seat (front only)
National Cycles V-Stream screen
2 x Touratech 3L fuel canisters mounted on my panniers
TPMS (cheap Chinese ones from Aliexpress)
Jump start lead tucked into 'tool box'
Camel Toe side stand
Garmin Zumo 595LM GPS

Whatever you have bought, there is plenty more you can buy!
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