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post #21 of 65 (permalink) Old 08-09-2011, 05:38 PM
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WOW!!! Bike porn for sure!!!!

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you must replicate these some how or tell me how to get a set.
The best i can offer you is what i've been working on for the last few years. You'll see here my version/attempt to try and replicate/offer an alternative.
http://www.speedzilla.com/forums/rc51-general-discussion/33605-who-knows-who-made-where-get.html

However, i will be looking into possibly trying to replicate these endurance tailights, now that i have a set, but i'm not promising anything in the near future.


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congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so f'in sick man.

If you find somehow to replicate them I am in no matter what the price
Careful what you wish for, as sometimes, prices on these things can get quite scary.
Here is an example for you.
The current price of my version of the endurance ductail, without the clear lenses and the LED's, will set you back $500AUD.
Add the clear lenses, $100.
Price on the LED's: Unknown at this time, as you have to work on price per LED, which can vary greatly depending on the how strong a light emission you want.


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i dont care. If you can replicate them I will take two sets


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Wish I had a set of those! Very nice find!

A couple years ago I created a half-assed set with that in mind.

http://www.speedzilla.com/forums/rc5...-progress.html

and

http://www.speedzilla.com/forums/rc5...-complete.html

A more recent photo is below. Unfortunately my molds are now toast.

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Actually Brian your tailights look waay better in person ... you did an awesome job Mebbie not as cool as my turn one gen 1.5 snorkel mod
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Hi everyone.
I know it's been a while, but this is how things go sometimes.
I've finally mounted the tailights and placed the ductail on the bike for fitting purposes.
Enjoy the pics.
Cheers.
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Overload..overload.. haha, very nice man. One of the coolest RCs I've ever seen. Are you thinking of upgrading your wheels?
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I want I want.

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Why the hell did it not come like that from the factory!?
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Wow, They look great on there! That exhaust is crap though, I'll send you address and take it off your hands for you.


Oh, and I still need some dimensions if you are able. Mainly just the length from the 90 degree corner to the rear tip and side tip. I'm graduating in December, so I will finally have some time to tinker with things.


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Why the hell did it not come like that from the factory!?
Too expensive for a mass produced bike, and they wanted the square light to continue on from the RC's. Marketing at its finest.


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looks great.! any pics with the lights on in day light and in the dark?
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Looks awesome mate. That zorst, is it the HRC Genuine Article? Nice!!
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Overload..overload.. haha, very nice man. One of the coolest RCs I've ever seen. Are you thinking of upgrading your wheels?
Thanks for the compliment.
I've got a set of ex-factory Marchesini's on the way.





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Wow, They look great on there! That exhaust is crap though, I'll send you address and take it off your hands for you.


Oh, and I still need some dimensions if you are able. Mainly just the length from the 90 degree corner to the rear tip and side tip. I'm graduating in December, so I will finally have some time to tinker with things.
Actually, this exhaust is being a little difficult, as the fitting is so precise coming up past the swingarm.
I have some clearance issues to deal with first before i finally put it all together. I'm also sorry i havent sent you those measurements. I will get to it. I promise.



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looks great.! any pics with the lights on in day light and in the dark?
Sorry, no pics yet. They do work and look pretty impressive.
I've spent most of the time just getting the ductail and lights to fit as perfectly as possible.


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Looks awesome mate. That zorst, is it the HRC Genuine Article? Nice!!
Not quite.
This is actually the TSR HRC Replica system.
It is truely a work of art.
The fit is perfect, in fact, to perfect.
When this system was built, they intended for this system to fit an SP-2 with an OEM rear shock.
As you can see in the pics, my rear shock is an Ohlins, and the crossover pipe is actually hard up against the gas cartrige. ( I'll have to get a better picture)
The rear shock is coming out this weekend, and i'll be taking it to my suspension guy, where he'll de-gas the shock, so then i can machine up a spacer to move the cartridge away from the pipe.
Once that's done, back in it goes, and the fun continues.


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I've spent most of the time just getting the ductail and lights to fit as perfectly as possible.


Mission acomplished ! outstanding !


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I really wish you would stop coming up with stuff like this.

Mortgage payment or Suzuka tail... Hmmmmm.

What to do, what to do.


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Your bike is a work of art. The rear lights look fantastic too. I'd have a set if copies were ever made available... then I'd have to get another tail piece to hack up to make this fit


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