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Super Top

Super Top

Member Since 26 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 06 2021 03:41 PM
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#315446 Off road in an RVR

Posted by Super Top on 23 March 2015 - 10:48 PM

I've been offroad with the HSGR in the Belgian Ardennes.

Towed a 1800 kg trailer up a 8% inclined wet grassfield.

 

Use the 4WD for what it's made for.

 

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#308608 Specs for building custom RVR Sub boxing

Posted by Super Top on 12 October 2014 - 11:48 PM

Good work! Like it!

I'm thinking of placing a Pioneer TS-WX77A or TS-WX710A underneath the boot floor, instead of the plastic panel with the little spaces that houses there.
Don't know if it fits, I haven't measured it yet. My HSG is still in state of repairs and I don't have it round the house.


#308228 RVR HSGR at the Nürburgring, Sept 2014

Posted by Super Top on 01 October 2014 - 11:27 AM

Could be one of my colleagues saw you driving trough Germany.

 

An RVR HSGR normally stands out from the crowd especially on the European mainland.

At first he told me it was a German RVR. I told him It would most likely be a British RVR. Because the only RVR in Germany went back to England a couple of years ago.

 

I've been in Gloucester this summer.

Not with the RVR though it's still in a state of repairs.




#272672 Nimbus Rear Bar

Posted by Super Top on 08 March 2013 - 12:28 AM

I think he means one like this.
Correct me if I'm wrong.

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#272483 Japanese RVR TV ad... Pretty funny

Posted by Super Top on 04 March 2013 - 10:40 AM

Also found one of the Hyper Sports Gear. Without Bugs Bunny though.




#270651 Replacing headlight globes- is there an easy way?

Posted by Super Top on 01 February 2013 - 10:41 AM

Low beam shares the bulb with high beam. It's an dual filament H4 bulb.
Park light and cornering light is in the most outside units next to the headlights. They have an 21/5 Watt dual filament light bulb. BA15D fitment.
In the lower vents of the front bar. There's the Indicators. 21 watt light bulb. And the optional fog lights which is probably H1 or H3 light bulb.

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There are several possibilities.
- Both low-beam filaments in the H4 bulbs are broken.
- Both fuses of the low-beam lights are broken.
- Your switch on the steering column is malfunctioning.
- A combination of the first two is also possible. 1 fuse and 1 bulb.

In the most cases it's just the bulbs that need to be replaced.
If they were both changed at the same time. They have been on an equal time.
Due to the limited lifetime of a light bulb. They will also quit working almost at the same time.
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