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 on: Today at 11:47:05 AM 
Started by MX Engineer - Last post by MX Engineer
I am selling my Stealth Bomber B-52. Bought it in January 2017. The bike has only 95 miles. The battery was charged/topped off 10 times. The color is stealthy black.

It has an factory optional MRP Grove fork, which works much better than the base fork. It is a $1,300 factory option.

Selling because I have some health issues, which prevent me from biking as often as I really want.

I upgraded the tubes to heavy duty MX tubes. Also added a read Tube Saddle insert to protect the rim and prevent pinch flats. It works very well. It is rocky in Arizona, and unfortunately, before I installed the Tube Saddle I dented the rear rim a little. I still ride the bike, but I bought a stronger Robsson.de 24" x 65mm double wall rim to replace it. I can include it, or install it, or buy a stock rim instead, let me know.

Other than that, the bike is nearly new. No scratches. Never crashed.

I paid $12,100 for it shipped to my door. Asking $7,900 plus shipping. The bike is located in Lake Havasu City, AZ. Come pick it up, or I can deliver in AZ or to SoCal. Or I can ship to the lower US states for $500. Thank you.

 on: Today at 11:38:55 AM 
Started by MX Engineer - Last post by MX Engineer
Just bought a 2017 Alta Redshift MX!

It was a dealer's demo and it came with white plastic and a graphic kit! The white color and the installed graphic kit were the deciding factors, LOL!

 on: Today at 11:09:16 AM 
Started by heroto - Last post by Shadow
There's certainly a focus at Zero Motorcycles (known from having toured the factory) on "One bike, one world, just put a different sticker on it". That latest recall is important because of the air-polluting vehicles the causative laws are intended to affect.

 on: Today at 09:46:07 AM 
Started by heroto - Last post by heroto

 on: Today at 09:41:28 AM 
Started by Burton - Last post by Burton
lol if you watch my part 1 you will see the "tools" or "products" I am "marking" cables with ...

That is just painters tape and a marker. It isn't meant to be permanent.

EDIT: just realized you are likely talking about the STOCK markers on the wire loom ...  Something like these is likely what you are looking for ... a vinyl tag you print on then peal off and stick on / wrap around. https://www.amazon.com/Brady-Self-Laminating-Vinyl-Label-M21-1000-427/dp/B003XU7T4E

So far as I can tell they simply printed the same thing over and over on a vinyl tape and stuck it over itself.

 on: Today at 09:02:30 AM 
Started by Burton - Last post by togo
Awesome!  What product do you use for marking cables? 
I've been looking for something to use for that.

 on: Today at 04:41:54 AM 
Started by Richard230 - Last post by Shadow
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1. I think there's a need for both "fairness in representation" and to allowing vendor participation. Open for discussion at the EMF FAQ.

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 on: Today at 04:29:19 AM 
Started by What_clutch - Last post by ultrarnr

If your headlight bulb were to burn out while you were running the Denali D2's you will never realize it until someone tells you about it. Yes they are that bright. Actually I have them on my DL650 and had the headlights go out and it wasn't obvious at all.

 on: Today at 04:26:34 AM 
Started by Richard230 - Last post by Richard230
And speaking of the federal EV tax credit, which apparently already doesn't apply to motorcycles, my newspaper today reported that the $7,500 EV car credit remains in the Senate version of the new tax bill, but the House version nixes it.   >:(  So now it will be up to the "conference committee" to decide whether you can take the credit next year or not.  If not, as the article mentioned, a lot of people will likely decide that buying an EV car is just too expensive and go with IC, instead.  >:(  Stay tuned.

 on: Today at 02:47:15 AM 
Started by Burton - Last post by Burton
Some of you likely know I have been given a complete wire loom from  and unknown bike and was asked by the giver to document it and make a wire diagram similar to the 2013 zero S / DS diagram I made (see signature for link)

I was going to wait till I had the diagram ready to go but figured sharing the process (again) might be of interest to newer forum members.

I will update this post as I add more video / images.

Loom before labels

Loom after marking / documenting all connectors (3hrs)

Loom after removing the binding material (1hr)

Everything documented ... all ~183 connections (7hrs)

New connectors being made for visio diagram (3hrs)

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