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  1. Thanks so much for your photos. I can't believe it fits in. Is it definitely the swb you have ? It's like a TARDIS !! Would it fit without the top bulkhead removed ? Do you just roll the bike in or does it need a lean to the side to get it in? Thanks once again for the pics .
  2. If I could see a photo from the back doors that would be great with the bike in situ. Thanks
  3. My Mrs is tiny and my son is 7 so I'm not too worried about the size of the seat. She hates being in a car with me anyway!!
  4. Do you mean you remove the upper part of the bulkhead?
  5. Thanks for the info. I would really like a 3 front seats van style type. I think the doblo only comes with two front seats.
  6. Wow. I am amazed it fits. Do you have any photos from the back ? Have you removed the bulkhead to get it in or dropped the passenger seat ? What year is your van ?
  7. Hi there. I'm currently thinking of selling our motorhome which is also my motorcycle transport. I just want a small van with 3 front seats. I've been looking at the new shape Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot partner 2019 onwards. It seems they come in a short and longer wheelbase. I was wondering if anyone has any experience and maybe photos of fitting their trials bikes in one of these vans. The long wheelbase one can probably fit a bike in straight against the side? Can you fit a bike in the short wheel base model ? I see part of the passenger seat folds forward. Can you get the front wheel through there ? Have people had to remove the bulkhead to get bikes in ? I would really appreciate some opinions and photos of bikes in situ. Thanks.
  8. Ive fitted an apico lanyard this time instead of the leonelli one. It looks like the metal disc is crimped in on the edges rather than glued so hopefully it will last longer. I jb welded the leonelli one and it never came off again.
  9. The only reason I want the kill button as well is that I found the lanyard Magnet's have a short life expectancy and quickly unbond. I've been through 2 already. Therefore the kill button would isolate engine whenever needed and the lanyard would be the rare but inevitable parting company with bike .
  10. Yes i may do that at a later date. It sounds relatively straightforward how you explained it. Thanks.
  11. I wish I had read that earlier. I've just finished fitting the lanyard kill switch on its own. I just replaced like with like. Thanks anyway.
  12. Will that not work ? My limited electric knowledge suggests the kill switch is just a on off switch so by cutting into one wire and fitting another on off switch it should work ? I would be grateful if you could tell me simply what I should do. On my current kill button I have one brown and one black wire. How should I wire in the new lanyard so that both work ?
  13. Thanks for the response. Will what I'm planning work then or not ?
  14. Hi there. Just upgraded my old 2012 Evo for a newer 2020 model. It already has a press type kill switch fitted. On my old 2012 bike I replaced the dreaded original frame mounted kill button / headlight switch unit with a lanyard type kill switch. I loved it and it saved me on many occasions when I parted company with the bike. However I constantly felt it was easier just to stall the bike rather than pull the lanyard every time I wanted to stop the engine in a non emergency setting. So on this bike I want to fit a lanyard kill switch as well as the standard kill button. I have taken a photo of the existing kill button wiring. I was planning on just cutting into the brown wire circled in the photo above the snap connector and wiring the two lanyard wires to the two newly created brown wire ends. Am I right in thinking this will work and give me a working kill button and lanyard isolator together? I have circled where I plan to cut the brown wire.
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