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  • Roo Ted Posts: 585
    Boganville
    Performance Poster Roo Ted
    01 Jun 2020 09:25 AM

    The Reinharts look the goods!


  • paulybronco Posts: 13316
    Forum Legend paulybronco
    01 Jun 2020 10:20 AM
    Quoting Steve L on 01 Jun 2020 06:37 AMedited: 01 Jun 2020 06:38 AM
    20200527_194315.jpg


    New Rinehart system
    Nice
  • Steve L Posts: 1315
    Gold Coast
    Performance Poster Steve L
    01 Jun 2020 11:52 AM
    In for a dyno tomorrow 
  • RossW Posts: 162
    Maitland, NSW
    Stock Poster RossW
    01 Jun 2020 02:22 PM
    Quoting wello on 30 May 2020 11:34 AM
    they any good mate  .. interested how they work
    Quoting RossW on 30 May 2020 08:53 PM
    They certainly heat up. Will be going for a ride tomorrow to give them a try. 
    Quoting steelo on 31 May 2020 11:55 AM
    No heated grips then Ross?
    Had them on my old Moto Guzzi. Didn't want to risk splicing wires on a CANBUS machine, and didn't want to pay the HD tax for genuine. Plus grips only heat the inside of your hands. They do have the advantage of allowing you to wear less bulky gloves.
  • RossW Posts: 162
    Maitland, NSW
    Stock Poster RossW
    01 Jun 2020 02:26 PM
    Quoting Baloffski on 31 May 2020 09:39 AM
    Hey Ross keep us in the loop man. Fucken 2 fucken degrees a few nights ago, might be just the trick this old dog needs.
    Tried them out on Sunday. They are Winter glove bulky, so not ideal from that perspective, but even without the heat they were warm. Can't speak to waterproofing, but with the heat on they'd keep your hands warm wet or dry. Each index finger has a little wiper blade for clearing you visor -  a nice detail. 

    Since they're individually controlled, you need to take your hand off the throttle to turn the left one on. That doesn't matter for me because the Sport Glide has a cruise control, but the solution for most will be to start them up before you set off.  

    I haven't tested how long they heat for. The charger needs 240V, so if they go flat you'll need to find a power point.They won't charge from your bike. 

    The batteries are 7.6V LiPo so you might be able to rig up a charger that runs off 12V. The batteries are removable and it's possible to buy spares for $50 per pair through Amazon. The plug and socket is pretty standard so again it might be possible to source a battery pack from elsewhere or rig a cable to connect them to your bike using a simple voltage converter.

    Yes, they're made in China in case anyone's bothered about that. I'm guessing those who are genuinely bothered won't have a device to post with, if they've looked at where their computer/phone was made.
  • Benno Posts: 231
    Brisbane Qld
    Stock Poster Benno
    01 Jun 2020 03:38 PM
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_3815.JPG

    Picked up the a new S&S Mini Stealth intake, love the retro look.

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_3820.JPG
    And a few more bits and pieces.
  • Baloffski Posts: 2137
    Victoria
    Motor Head Baloffski
    01 Jun 2020 05:50 PM
    Quoting Baloffski on 31 May 2020 09:39 AM
    Hey Ross keep us in the loop man. Fucken 2 fucken degrees a few nights ago, might be just the trick this old dog needs.
    Quoting RossW on 01 Jun 2020 02:26 PMedited: 01 Jun 2020 02:35 PM
    Tried them out on Sunday. They are Winter glove bulky, so not ideal from that perspective, but even without the heat they were warm. Can't speak to waterproofing, but with the heat on they'd keep your hands warm wet or dry. Each index finger has a little wiper blade for clearing you visor -  a nice detail. 

    Since they're individually controlled, you need to take your hand off the throttle to turn the left one on. That doesn't matter for me because the Sport Glide has a cruise control, but the solution for most will be to start them up before you set off.  

    I haven't tested how long they heat for. The charger needs 240V, so if they go flat you'll need to find a power point.They won't charge from your bike. 

    The batteries are 7.6V LiPo so you might be able to rig up a charger that runs off 12V. The batteries are removable and it's possible to buy spares for $50 per pair through Amazon. The plug and socket is pretty standard so again it might be possible to source a battery pack from elsewhere or rig a cable to connect them to your bike using a simple voltage converter.

    Yes, they're made in China in case anyone's bothered about that. I'm guessing those who are genuinely bothered won't have a device to post with, if they've looked at where their computer/phone was made.
    OK.
    Looks like I'm going to be a glove man.
    The versatility of using on another bike suits me, plus like the idea of'wiper blades', seriously can waterproof easy enough, bulky is fine as when fucken icy fingers or useless anyway when frozen. Gotta make sure the head is insulated too...


  • Grease Monkey Posts: 986
    Performance Poster Grease Monkey
    01 Jun 2020 06:18 PM
    Quoting Jay-Dee on 31 May 2020 07:59 PMedited: 31 May 2020 08:01 PM
    Did you get a gig touring with Manpower Hilly :), they're as flash as a rat with a gold tooth.
    Haha, love the Rebs mate, worn them for 20 years.
  • Grease Monkey Posts: 986
    Performance Poster Grease Monkey
    01 Jun 2020 06:19 PM
    Quoting Steve L on 01 Jun 2020 11:52 AM
    In for a dyno tomorrow 
    Now that's exciting Steve :)
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2953
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    02 Jun 2020 09:21 AM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 29 May 2020 08:31 PM
    14 kg premium mince, 9kg brisket, 3kg chicken thighs, 5kg pork fillet steaks, 3 kg pork belly, 8kg rolled pork roast (leg)
    12 blueberry muffins, 12 chocolate muffins and 12 sultana muffins

    $505.87

    HD Forums Australia - meat_2.jpg

    Well done SB! Buying Australian, all I see is made in China. I won’t buy that!
  • Steve L Posts: 1315
    Gold Coast
    Performance Poster Steve L
    02 Jun 2020 10:40 AM
    Quoting Steve L on 01 Jun 2020 11:52 AM
    In for a dyno tomorrow 
    Quoting Grease Monkey on 01 Jun 2020 06:19 PMedited: 01 Jun 2020 06:20 PM
    Now that's exciting Steve :)
    Cheers Hilly, be good to know the fueling is correct. Hopefully I get to drop it off this afternoon, worked to late yesterday. 
  • Soapbox2627 Posts: 3558
    Whyalla South Australia
    Forum Legend Soapbox2627
    02 Jun 2020 05:06 PM
    Quoting Soapbox2627 on 29 May 2020 08:31 PM
    14 kg premium mince, 9kg brisket, 3kg chicken thighs, 5kg pork fillet steaks, 3 kg pork belly, 8kg rolled pork roast (leg)
    12 blueberry muffins, 12 chocolate muffins and 12 sultana muffins

    $505.87

    HD Forums Australia - meat_2.jpg

    Quoting Krash Kinkade on 02 Jun 2020 09:21 AMedited: 02 Jun 2020 09:23 AM
    Well done SB! Buying Australian, all I see is made in China. I won’t buy that!
    I do get the buy Australian stand

    but as a unskilled laborer on a lemonade budget with a champagne taste, (champagne is French) wagyu at $4 a kilo cheaper than Au standard beef is a go.
    as Wagyu is Japanese, I use the magic slight of hand and see them as only passing through china so I am buying Japanese.
    I have bought Australian Wagyu at $54Kg Grade 9 and they are like butter

    M&M's are only chocolate that has been sugar coated
  • JFE Posts: 2064
    NSW
    Motor Head JFE
    02 Jun 2020 06:33 PM
    Shop at Aldi’s and pretend. Most of their stuff, certainly more than Woolies or Coles, is sourced from Oz. German owners very damned, they do more for locals than the other two.
  • Krash Kinkade Posts: 2953
    Forum Legend Krash Kinkade
    03 Jun 2020 06:56 AM
    Quoting JFE on 02 Jun 2020 06:33 PM
    Shop at Aldi’s and pretend. Most of their stuff, certainly more than Woolies or Coles, is sourced from Oz. German owners very damned, they do more for locals than the other two.
    I shop at ALDI too.
  • RossW Posts: 162
    Maitland, NSW
    Stock Poster RossW
    03 Jun 2020 07:00 AM
    Quoting JFE on 02 Jun 2020 06:33 PM
    Shop at Aldi’s and pretend. Most of their stuff, certainly more than Woolies or Coles, is sourced from Oz. German owners very damned, they do more for locals than the other two.
    They have also forced the Coles Woolworths duopoly to reduce their prices to compete. Audi offers a significantly cheaper grocery shop without compromising on quality like the old Food barns did. 

    Remember the old Black and Gold baked beans with about 3 beans in the whole can?
  • Baloffski Posts: 2137
    Victoria
    Motor Head Baloffski
    03 Jun 2020 07:04 AM
    Aldi too . Wearing thermals from there now.Plus a cheap arse helmet on scone in 10 minutes, plus, had some of there aussie tucker for breakkie. 
    Aussie sourced mostly, is the way I like to try and help US.
  • Grease Monkey Posts: 986
    Performance Poster Grease Monkey
    03 Jun 2020 11:44 AM
    Quoting Benno on 01 Jun 2020 03:38 PM
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_3815.JPG

    Picked up the a new S&S Mini Stealth intake, love the retro look.

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_3820.JPG
    And a few more bits and pieces.
    Let the fun begin 
  • wello Posts: 566
    Performance Poster wello
    03 Jun 2020 02:41 PM
    Aquired thisHD Forums Australia - 20200603_124049.jpg

  • Benno Posts: 231
    Brisbane Qld
    Stock Poster Benno
    03 Jun 2020 03:29 PM
    Quoting Benno on 01 Jun 2020 03:38 PM
    HD Forums Australia - IMG_3815.JPG

    Picked up the a new S&S Mini Stealth intake, love the retro look.

    HD Forums Australia - IMG_3820.JPG
    And a few more bits and pieces.
    Quoting Grease Monkey on 03 Jun 2020 11:44 AM
    Let the fun begin 
    Waiting on a couple more pieces to arrive Hilly, then the fun begins.
  • 103 Posts: 45
    Stock Poster 103
    03 Jun 2020 08:11 PM
    Quoting wello on 03 Jun 2020 02:41 PM
    Aquired thisHD Forums Australia - 20200603_124049.jpg

    Wow thats original anyone ever seen one of those before
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