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    Quite surprised to hear the Denali support...

    Quite surprised to hear the Denali support answer.
    It's not that complicated to make it work. The internal tech (circuit design) is complicated-
    They tout their PWM tech to be superior than any...
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    I've been playing with an older Denali wiring...

    I've been playing with an older Denali wiring loom that preceded the current 2.0 version.
    But AFAIK, the Datadim technology they tout in dual intensity lights is controlled by the separate module...
  3. Yup. Same sensor. . That's why the traction...

    Yup. Same sensor.
    .
    That's why the traction control was offline, also.
    What complicated the problem with the malfunctioning ABS system was that I started
    a clutch re-init that did not finish. ...
  4. Tried everything. The clutch disengaged no...

    Tried everything.
    The clutch disengaged no matter what I did.
    And it didn't allow changing mode to sport either.

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  5. It was thinking my rear was in the air. I agree...

    It was thinking my rear was in the air.
    I agree with everything 670cc said.
    Doesn't make much sense on a Around The World capable bike.
    But beggars can't be choosers- it's still my favorite tranny...
  6. It was not a problem related to DCT, per se. The...

    It was not a problem related to DCT, per se.
    The towing was necessary due to the clutch disengaging after riding a few minutes in 1st gear.
    The only way for me to get out to civilization was to...
  7. Full moon over the mountain from KSL X at 6AM...

    Full moon over the mountain from KSL X at 6AM
    See you guys next time [emoji16]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190519/d53009ade7a5e7d229be8f832cba5fb1.jpg

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  8. I thought I had the bike sorted but after some...

    I thought I had the bike sorted but after some interesting off road excursion in the Snowbird Mountain area it quit shifting (DCT). Hobbled out of the Nantahala Forest in first gear where I could get...
  9. Had the parkway all to myself [emoji3] Day...

    Had the parkway all to myself [emoji3]
    Day started with the return trip home to get a wheel spacer I forgot to put in yesterday after swapping my rims. Got to ride from 8:30AM to 7:30 today with...
  10. Definitely worth checking out. It's an...

    Definitely worth checking out.
    It's an oddity/attraction :-)

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  11. 711 is half road half potholes with broken...

    711 is half road half potholes with broken asphalt all over.
    Good section to test your suspension :)
  12. Don't wait too long to come over to the "gravel"...

    Don't wait too long to come over to the "gravel" side as the good ones are disappearing faster than grandma's cookies.
    If they don't gate/block them they pave'm :(
  13. This will be my third KSL, having missed #9 last...

    This will be my third KSL, having missed #9 last year.
    Looking forward to another round of motorcycle therapy.
  14. Mo says hi...

    Mo says hi [emoji3]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190508/d2a5f497779695459aabeccb031ffaba.jpg

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  15. Three years ago, did a similar trip and the idea...

    Three years ago, did a similar trip and the idea came out of the blue.
    I just packed and took off without much thought, with minimal prep.
    Sure enough as others have posted, too much stuff and...
  16. Thread: Denali lights

    by DCTFAN
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    If you dont have the Datadim controller, you...

    If you dont have the Datadim controller, you won't be able to use them dimmed.
    Denali's are 100% on without their proprietary controller.
    How you wire it depends on how you want to use them:...
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    Thanks for posting. Now I know how much 'extra'...

    Thanks for posting. Now I know how much 'extra' those MC boot manufacturers spend on theirs :)
    It seems the 'Active Ankle' is a minimalist brace for a more specific protection than overall...
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    I'd jump at a CB500X with DCT if available....

    I'd jump at a CB500X with DCT if available.
    Since Honda's Africa Twin CRF1000LD proved that DCT works well for off-road riding, I had hoped they would
    follow suit with DCT options for smaller...
  19. I am going to cancel everything and make this,...

    I am going to cancel everything and make this, although I'll be riding my AT.
    My FS/trail checklist around Stecoah/Nantahalla is almost complete, but there is more, i"m sure
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    To be clear: . Since the bracket I have has a...

    To be clear:
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    Since the bracket I have has a defect, (priced $160 new).
    I am pricing everything you see in photo at $75 plus shipping.
    The saddlebag support bracket will be included, but you...
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    Would you be interested in just the switch/grip?...

    Would you be interested in just the switch/grip? I have a used in excellent condition. These are for my Africa Twin though.
    I think they are the same with different connectors- not sure.

    Sent...
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    I have one to sell but there is a crack in one of...

    I have one to sell but there is a crack in one of the attachment holes.
    Make me an offer. Will ship from GA 30022 at your...
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    No DCT option... :( moving on :)

    No DCT option... :(
    moving on :)
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    Doesn't the ABS work less efficiently? It seems...

    Doesn't the ABS work less efficiently?
    It seems it kicks in a bit late which can cause the rear tire to start sliding/skidding a bit.
    I've gone from 42T to 44T rear sprocket due to smaller than OE...
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    This type of training is the best bang for the...

    This type of training is the best bang for the buck.
    Playing in the dirt lets you push your cornering skills to the limits.
    Worth every penny, IMO.
    If you're in the East coast, I recommend...
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