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    my first mod.
    on: Aug 06, 2020, 07.12 am
    Aug 06, 2020, 07.12 am
    I have no idea if I cocked it up or improved, but I have done it nevertheless.
    I've made OE TTSE screen CalSci look-a-like.

    Testing will ensue after dealer puts promised new tires and EBC binders retrofit...

    Cheers...

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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #1 on: Aug 06, 2020, 10.43 am
    Aug 06, 2020, 10.43 am
    Here is the installed view.



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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #2 on: Aug 06, 2020, 01.56 pm
    Aug 06, 2020, 01.56 pm
    Nice job!  :062:  A larger opening than the Cal Sci, but that would aid in cleaning the lower area on the back side since you could get your hand in there, and you WILL need to clean the back side if it works just like a Cal Sci.  Can't reach but a few inches of the lower area near the opening on the Cal Sci, so have to turn the key on and run the screen all the way up.
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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #3 on: Aug 06, 2020, 03.12 pm
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    Impressive! What did you use to make such clean cuts?
    PREVIOUS RIDES
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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #4 on: Aug 06, 2020, 08.59 pm
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    I hope it works.
    I might have over sized it a bit.  :018:
    There are no measurements from CalSci so I used SWAG to position and cut the opening.
    I used 24 or 36 TPI blade and a jigsaw to cut it.

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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #5 on: Aug 06, 2020, 11.17 pm
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    You should have asked for dimensions.  Any of us with a Cal Sci would have gladly provided them, and I think freeride4tom even did his own like you, but to Cal Sci dimensions if I'm not mistaken.  May not make any difference anyway.  RIDE! :821:
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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #6 on: Aug 07, 2020, 01.42 am
    Aug 07, 2020, 01.42 am
    I didn't think about that...
    I will in the future.

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    Re: my first mod.
    Reply #7 on: Aug 07, 2020, 02.49 am
    Aug 07, 2020, 02.49 am
    Nice job! Be sure to let us know the results. That idea has been gnawing at me for a long time, but I haven't worked up the courage to try it!