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Hello
HERE is my modification did last week
BAAK N°1 Handlebar
Reloc ignition
Reloc Rectifier
Turn Signal
Givi Case
LED stop turn signal on Rear (Case and bike)
Side cover from BAAK custom Number paint by myself
Sorry I wrote a long message and when post it I was log out Grrrrrrrrr
I will do it if some of you have some questions about the install
Here is the Pics
Have a good one (the french guy)
 

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Yes i bought them with the Handlebar ,What can i say I'm not to much afraid for the re-wiring stuff but brake line yes it was scary and I really hate this fluide , but i did the job and that work I use this tool very cheap on amazon for the brake the one with the pump first it was not working but by my fault after that work pretty good .
The clutch have to be change also and the grip for sure ,But man this is awesome the different for riding I can't beleive they didn't put that handlebar on stock so confortable now it's a (Mobylette )french expression .Do it that worth the job .
Oups just one hole to drill for the right lever I bought the special tool for drilling that worth it also so simple .
For those who are scary to do it it's not a big deal ,The Re-location of ignition was more difficult with the wire what a mess under the tank.
 

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Nice mods there. Did you manage to tweak in the heated grips by modifying the handlebar or removed them?
 

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Hello

HERE is my modification did last week

BAAK N°1 Handlebar

Reloc ignition

Reloc Rectifier

Turn Signal

Givi Case

LED stop turn signal on Rear (Case and bike)

Side cover from BAAK custom Number paint by myself

Sorry I wrote a long message and when post it I was log out Grrrrrrrrr

I will do it if some of you have some questions about the install

Here is the Pics

Have a good one (the french guy)


Nice looking mods. The handlebars look like they are the same width as the LSL Flat Track. I had to get a longer clutch cable but everything else worked with a little ingenuity.

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Not exactly but close .and i really need to add a brake line extension.
LSL
Dimensions: W: 835, H: 110, D: 185.

BAAK
Height : 176mm
Width : 796mm
Swipe / pullback : 159mm
 

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Not exactly but close .and i really need to add a brake line extension.

LSL

Dimensions: W: 835, H: 110, D: 185.



BAAK

Height : 176mm

Width : 796mm

Swipe / pullback : 159mm
Yeah, mine are a bit wider and have more pullback but yours has more rise.

What I did for the brake line:

1) unbolt the line from the reservoir on the grip
(Wrap the end with a balloon and tape so fluid does not bleed)
2) remove bracket on the left side(same bracket that holds the wiring loom )
3) remove the brake line bracket(s) on the right side
4) gently pull the brake line away from the headstock then pull under the frame to the right side.
5) slightly bend the brake line at the spot where it goes under the frame so that it now stays to the right side
6)route the brake line back up to the right side of the head stock
7) slightly bend the banjo bolt at the reservoir to accommodate the new direction of the brake line
8) replace the banjo bolt along with a couple of new crush washers.

Bringing the brake line to the right side eliminates the bulky brake line extension and the issue of where to tuck all the extra brake line stuff that comes with an extension kit. Gently (slowly) pump the brake lever when done to bleed. Take the reservoir cap off and pump until firm and no bubbles coming from the line.

Picture below is showing where the new brake line position is coming from behind the tank on the right side. The grommet that fit under the bracket with the wiring loom matches perfect on the edge of the tank.






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Yeah, mine are a bit wider and have more pullback but yours has more rise.

What I did for the brake line:

1) unbolt the line from the reservoir on the grip
(Wrap the end with a balloon and tape so fluid does not bleed)
2) remove bracket on the left side(same bracket that holds the wiring loom )
3) remove the brake line bracket(s) on the right side
4) gently pull the brake line away from the headstock then pull under the frame to the right side.
5) slightly bend the brake line at the spot where it goes under the frame so that it now stays to the right side
6)route the brake line back up to the right side of the head stock
7) slightly bend the banjo bolt at the reservoir to accommodate the new direction of the brake line
8) replace the banjo bolt along with a couple of new crush washers.

Bringing the brake line to the right side eliminates the bulky brake line extension and the issue of where to tuck all the extra brake line stuff that comes with an extension kit. Gently (slowly) pump the brake lever when done to bleed. Take the reservoir cap off and pump until firm and no bubbles coming from the line.

Picture below is showing where the new brake line position is coming from behind the tank on the right side. The grommet that fit under the bracket with the wiring loom matches perfect on the edge of the tank.






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Hello
Thanks for your instructions Pity that I didn't meet you before done the job ,super idea the balloon for fluid bleed.
I will try this winter your solution than loop the brake line around the headstock .
I though you will help a lot of people with your solution .
Sorry for my bad english .
 

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Hello
HERE is my modification did last week
BAAK N°1 Handlebar
Reloc ignition
Reloc Rectifier
Turn Signal
Givi Case
LED stop turn signal on Rear (Case and bike)
Side cover from BAAK custom Number paint by myself
Sorry I wrote a long message and when post it I was log out Grrrrrrrrr
I will do it if some of you have some questions about the install
Here is the Pics
Have a good one (the french guy)
Your bike looks great. I just did a tracker bar conversion on mine and am trying to decide on mirrors. What mirrors did do you have in the pics and how is the visibility?
 
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