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Got a little bored today and theres a storm going on so built myself a bench top power supply complete with fan for the Woolich gear.


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Nice looking work!

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Mossy, you definitely take love into what you do... :thumbs:


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Thanks guys.


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Mossy what are the specs of your power supply ?


Mon Oct 14, 2013 9:27 pm
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Mossy what are the specs of your power supply ?



11.5 to 18volts dc adjustable surge protected 10amp max output load. Its top quality unit. Have been installing prison security gear and its from gear that's been upgraded so would be a few months old max.
I have a few hundred cameras to replace also so ill get a few quality units in the garage with vandal proof guards and link it to the alarm and movement sensors. The box will power the cameras and ill install an ATM safe with hard drive recording. So many things to do when you buy a new house lol.


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Mossy1200 wrote:
Got a little bored today and theres a storm going on so built myself a bench top power supply complete with fan for the Woolich gear.

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Tue Oct 15, 2013 8:44 am
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/400586790605?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

Just bought this. It ought to help clean up the side of the bike a little more.


http://www.ebay.com/itm/321203365300?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

Also got this as we ditched the monster green tank protector we had as well.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/200962618156?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

And finally bought this to have the gas tank cover. It was the same price as another auction without the tank protector so I went ahead and got this pair.

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I have the same plugs from Lawstcaws in Fl. They fit really nice and the owner is a cool guy.
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Mossy1200 wrote:
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Mossy what are the specs of your power supply ?



11.5 to 18volts dc adjustable surge protected 10amp max output load. Its top quality unit. Have been installing prison security gear and its from gear that's been upgraded so would be a few months old max.
I have a few hundred cameras to replace also so ill get a few quality units in the garage with vandal proof guards and link it to the alarm and movement sensors. The box will power the cameras and ill install an ATM safe with hard drive recording. So many things to do when you buy a new house lol.


Good info Mossy Thank you. The odd time my flash stops in the middle. I'm supposed to be Flashing at 12 Volts based on my transformer specs, although my transformer is showing out put of 13.1 on the meter. This Should not be a issue but, like I said some times flash drops out. Maybe this is happening to all of us and this just a Woolich software issues??? Got me thinking I should be using a high quality unit like yours. When you are flashing your ECU what Voltage out put are you using ?

Thanks Again for the info.


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Romans wrote:
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Mossy what are the specs of your power supply ?



11.5 to 18volts dc adjustable surge protected 10amp max output load. Its top quality unit. Have been installing prison security gear and its from gear that's been upgraded so would be a few months old max.
I have a few hundred cameras to replace also so ill get a few quality units in the garage with vandal proof guards and link it to the alarm and movement sensors. The box will power the cameras and ill install an ATM safe with hard drive recording. So many things to do when you buy a new house lol.


Good info Mossy Thank you. The odd time my flash stops in the middle. I'm supposed to be Flashing at 12 Volts based on my transformer specs, although my transformer is showing out put of 13.1 on the meter. This Should not be a issue but, like I said some times flash drops out. Maybe this is happening to all of us and this just a Woolich software issues??? Got me thinking I should be using a high quality unit like yours. When you are flashing your ECU what Voltage out put are you using ?

Thanks Again for the info.


Im still waiting for my bench harness.
My ecu has a b/guhl flash with an unknown code.
My garage is out of my wireless range at the moment so rather than do without laptop for 2 days I was going to wait for bench harness to arrive.

I have set voltage at 12volts.

Have you tried connecting a charged battery in parallel to drag the voltage down. An alarm battery should be ok for this?

My power unit is worth about $400 odd usd but its well over the size needed.


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No I have not tried to much of anything as of yet, as this only happens 1 out of 5 flashes. Restart, and boom she takes the flash ???? This Seems to happen more on the Gen 1 ECU's. The 14 R Gives me very little trouble but in the back of my mind thinking voltage current should mimic bike Exactly to rule out the thought of all not being set up perfect. To Fussy maybe ? Second thought maybe USB cord should be shorter or of better qualityl,,, Never ends. Either way I'm very pleased we are inside these ECU's. All Good.


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Managed to find voodoo rearsets on Amazon for 249usd which is cheap but then found out that due date could be December.
Maybe Santa will deliver it.

ill get the dynojet quick shifter kit link bar to suit it after when I know what length I need.


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All the modifications are complete, M4 M36 Pipes, Akrapovic Headers, Pingel Quickshifter, All Electrical Outlets added, Custom Levers, Custom Clutch & Brake Reservoirs , Brocks Custom Clutch Springs, Woolich Racing Chip too open the Secondary throttle Maps, Custom Joker Screen and a GRNMENE Licence Plate all good to go. Woolich Custom chip and Pipes allow for an extra 20Hp. Looking good and Rides even better. Hopefully something to keep for a long time :clap: .


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Great Number plate, and I also fitted a Throttle Master to the end bars great for Cruise Control for touring :vroom: :thumbs:


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finally got around to purchasing the annitori quick shifter


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Cool bro, you gonna go to MIR and test it out?

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Finally got everything completed as far as swingarm and air tank goes.


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Hopefully the weather will hold out tomorrow to go testing


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Hopefully the weather will hold out tomorrow to go testing


How long is that? It appears to be about the same length we are now. Hopefully wheelie problems are all but gone now for you.


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It's a 12-16" arm so it should be 73-73 1/2" I haven't measured it on the dot yet.
I think wheelies should be a thing on the past. Now we need to make sure traction isn't a issue


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Figured I would give this a try I'll let u know how it goes when I get...Anybody have one ??

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Scott's damper installed and tested today. I see others posting a damper isn't needed on a 14R.
After taking a 50 mile ride I would disagree. Feels great. Just hard charging straight ahead now
on the rain grooves and truck ruts. Amazing how they handle those conditions and smooth everything
out. Having the extra protection from a tank slapper when lifting the wheel won't be a bad thing either.

I couldn't mount the linear from Brocks/Ohlins or Hyperpro because I have Apex adjustable bars with a 3 inch rise.
I read all the comparisons I could find between the GPR and Scott's that use the radial design and decided Scott's
was worth a little more since it has more adjustment. Install was easy but took a couple of hours because I opened
the air box to make sure no cuttings got in there due to the two small holes you drill to mount the bracket.
Cost was 450.00 and worth every dime in my opinion.

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:thumbs: looking good Mike!!

Oil drain valve or quick release valve.. Should make oil changes cleaner and quicker..! Got it from http://www.stahlbus.com
Just came today... Very nicely built! Came with both regular(silver)and drilled cap..
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Mike wrote:
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Scott's damper installed and tested today. I see others posting a damper isn't needed on a 14R.
After taking a 50 mile ride I would disagree. Feels great. Just hard charging straight ahead now
on the rain grooves and truck ruts. Amazing how they handle those conditions and smooth everything
out. Having the extra protection from a tank slapper when lifting the wheel won't be a bad thing either.

I couldn't mount the linear from Brocks/Ohlins or Hyperpro because I have Apex adjustable bars with a 3 inch rise.
I read all the comparisons I could find between the GPR and Scott's that use the radial design and decided Scott's
was worth a little more since it has more adjustment. Install was easy but took a couple of hours because I opened
the air box to make sure no cuttings got in there due to the two small holes you drill to mount the bracket.
Cost was 450.00 and worth every dime in my opinion.

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How do you like those Apex bars? I have spiegler on my 14R and would like to install a damper but there aren't any that would fit with those bars.

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How do you like those Apex bars? I have spiegler on my 14R and would like to install a damper but there aren't any that would fit with those bars.


Bob, I mostly ride my bike for sport touring I decided to make some adjustments to make the bike "fit" me. At first I tried Genmar risers but if I wanted to relax my back a bit I would have to stretch to reach the bars so I decided to try Apex out. Now the bike fits me perfectly. I like that they aren't so high that that I'm sitting too straight up and fighting wind but I can relax when I need to at slower speeds and still reach the bars.

A nice thing about the 3 inch rise Apex bars is that they fit the bike without rubbing anywhere on the fairing or tank. I think they're probably the highest rise possible without problems. You do need to change the front brake line to 4 inch longer which I did by getting Spiegler lines. Also I used 2 Woodcraft brackets to remount the brake and clutch cans. The bars don't come with the reservoir brackets. The machining and finish of the Apex is super. I don't know if they would be allowed for racing or road approval in some countries.

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Today...while breaking-in my new '13 ZX14R, I took it Dragon hunting. We found the Dragon (@ Deals Gap) and handily slayed the beast. After tasting Dragon blood, the ZX was elated and will surely want more. And, for anyone who might wonder, the factory Metzeler Sportec 5 tires were taken to their edges and gripped like a cat-on-a-carpet at 32 psi cold. Cheers. :bigthumb:

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OOH curves, I miss those down here. Cool ride, I prefer my Aprilia for those roads though, way quicker.


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:thumbs: looking good Mike!!

Oil drain valve or quick release valve.. Should make oil changes cleaner and quicker..! Got it from http://www.stahlbus.com
Just came today...



What is the correct size for the ZX14 gen 2??

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OOH curves, I miss those down here. Cool ride, I prefer my Aprilia for those roads though, way quicker.

Yep, sure 'nough. My Ducati motard is MUCH quicker in the twisties but, since the 'Dragon' is only 30 minutes from my house, it's compulsory fun for the ZX14R too. ;)

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06blackpearl wrote:
:thumbs: looking good Mike!!

Oil drain valve or quick release valve.. Should make oil changes cleaner and quicker..! Got it from http://www.stahlbus.com
Just came today...



What is the correct size for the ZX14 gen 2??

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Got my exhaust on finally....... Damn "Y" pipe was a bitch as it was on my 10R tubing is so tight it's hard to align to get straight but finally got her on correctly no leaks and she has a beautiful new voice!! Deep throaty/aggressive tone ! And only weighs 12lbs

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Not usually a fan of dual can pipes but I must admit, that system looks GREAT!!!


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Not usually a fan of dual can pipes but I must admit, that system looks GREAT!!!



Thanks selennap,
I'm prolly the few that do like duals I'm not into that gp look, this bike is just to big for a single muffler, the duals look more it's size and keeps it balanced as well.. Not to mention a few ponies more than the single exits!!


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Pics!!! :mrgreen:

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Looks GREAT!.!!!!!!!! :clap: :thumbs:


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Looks GREAT
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Yes, looks just great! Congratulations....... :bigthumb: 8-)

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