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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-16-2018, 06:21 PM
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Nice wasn't that a forum members ride?

I really wish i knew if the Aim dash if used would allow the headlight and turn signals to work, so i could swap to that..
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Best way to know is to unplug the dash and see if lights and blinkers work.
Do you have chance to try?
The lights and signals are not controlled by the dash. The dash simply has indicators that illuminate to tell you what is on. High beam and turn signal indicator. That is all.
The switches control the lights themselves, not the dash
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Another thing that will be lost with the race dash is side stand down indicator.
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The lights and signals are not controlled by the dash. The dash simply has indicators that illuminate to tell you what is on. High beam and turn signal indicator. That is all.
The switches control the lights themselves, not the dash
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Another thing that will be lost with the race dash is side stand down indicator.

So basically, if you are aware of what your doing on the bike, then this is a non issue... So now it comes down to knowing if there is any clearance issues with anything with the dash when using stock bodywork.

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If all goes well I should receive her in few days.
Plan is to upgrade quickshifter sensor with auto blip and ecustudio and possibly upgrade to aftermarket dash (if lights will keep working) and get rid of those decals 😉
Awesome! The previous owner has some fantastic vids up on youtube maintaining that F3. Learned so much from that channel!

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Awesome! The previous owner has some fantastic vids up on youtube maintaining that F3. Learned so much from that channel!
Watched all of them as well! And subscribed.
He seems such a nice guy and good rider.
Hopefully bike will treat me well as much as I plan to take good care of her!
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Watched all of them as well! And subscribed.
He seems such a nice guy and good rider.
Hopefully bike will treat me well as much as I plan to take good care of her!
Totally. Tbh, when I bought my F3 800, it was all of his videos that made me be like 'ok this is totally worth getting'. I even private messaged him with questions about that particular second hand F3, and he was of great help. Too bad 2 weeks later he posted it for sale

Anyhow, congrats on the purchase, and upload some videos of it on the track! Mine makes its track debut this coming summer
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Mine will be another to make its track debut this season. About to find out if it is the ONE... Hope so, or there will be quite a few nice goodies up for sale on the forum.

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