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Welcome Forum / Re: Put yourself on the new Brammo Map
« Last post by 00049 (AKA SopFu) on April 22, 2014, 05:20:46 PM »
Got it. Thanks for setting this up!
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Please note, I modified the plan for April 26 also to include lunch.
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Brammo News And Views / TCO Calculator Updated
« Last post by EmpulseRider on April 22, 2014, 04:59:45 PM »
Check out the new bikes! There are a few bugs left in the code that will prevent you from sharing your TCO comparison but I should have that ironed out by this week. The Brammo incentives on the 2013 models is a little old too. 2000 vs 2500, etc. Wanted to post here first before Twitter and Facebook in the case where you guys find any other errors.

http://www.empulserider.com/tcoCalculator.php


Notice the change in URL and logo. ;)
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Welcome Forum / Re: Put yourself on the new Brammo Map
« Last post by frodus on April 22, 2014, 03:28:48 PM »
It stores your instance in a cookie so use the same computer and try to change. If not I can add it.

I unlocked so no key and no approval. Address won't show but it's there for location purposes.
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Brammo Enertia Plus / Re: (Very) Early Observations
« Last post by Auslander on April 22, 2014, 01:51:15 PM »
Thank you greatly, Frank!  I would've gotten there eventually after I exhausted all other attempts at removing the lens.
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Brammo Enertia Plus / Re: (Very) Early Observations
« Last post by FrankH on April 22, 2014, 01:33:13 PM »
The turn signals are easy to get in to (one screw, bottom, and it has a fixed tab on the outside, so 'peel' from inside to outside), it's the actual tail section with the brake/tail light I was trying to get in to.  SV forums didn't have much to go, most deal strictly with replacing with squidly LED strips. :)

I've replaced the whole tail light with a smoked-cover LED version. So I have the old one at hand! You can remove the tail light by unscrewing the bolt from behind, under the seat cover. Once you do that, you should be able to remove the light and get to its rear, where you'll find two light grey bulb fittings. You can remove those by turning and pulling (bajonet-like). Then you can replace those bulbs with LED ones.
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Welcome Forum / Re: Put yourself on the new Brammo Map
« Last post by Gavin on April 22, 2014, 12:57:30 PM »
Can we edit our info?

Thought I would add my website:

http://brammoblog.com/
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Welcome Forum / Re: Put yourself on the new Brammo Map
« Last post by frodus on April 22, 2014, 11:23:02 AM »
Removed they key and I hide your address. Please enter in an email so users can hit you up for rides.
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Welcome Forum / Re: Put yourself on the new Brammo Map
« Last post by frodus on April 22, 2014, 09:29:26 AM »
Yeah you have to type in the key. I did that to keep spammed entries down.
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Brammo Enertia Plus / Re: (Very) Early Observations
« Last post by BrammoBrian on April 22, 2014, 09:02:43 AM »
Adam tracked me down to request logs.  I wanted to try another charge cycle; I gave it a good run at lunch to bring it down further, and plugged it in, new cord, new socket.  It was initially very encouraging, hovering around 8 to 9 amps.  I checked back what I can only approximate as "about an hour" later, and it was back down to 3 amps.  I started in the low 40% range, should've finished by 2230 tonight, at which point it was at 60%.  Pulled logs, emailed them off.

The turn signals are easy to get in to (one screw, bottom, and it has a fixed tab on the outside, so 'peel' from inside to outside), it's the actual tail section with the brake/tail light I was trying to get in to.  SV forums didn't have much to go, most deal strictly with replacing with squidly LED strips. :)

If Adam and I can find some resolution here I'll post just for a record others may search/refer back to later.

Awesome.  We'll learn a lot from looking at the log files.  Sounds like the charger is regulating current for some reason.  Perhaps it has a faulty temp sensor and believes that it is too hot or the batteries could be communicating that they are too hot to charge.   In any case, I'm glad you're in contact with Adam as he'll get it sorted.  Again - sorry that this has been your first experience with Brammo, but I hope we can get past this point and just get updates on your trips and mods here!  8)
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