moto-abruzzo now has the last stock of these very fine stickers made by Australian Capo enthusiast Capoandrew, so give me a shout if you want one to bring a bit of sparkle to your bike!
Beasthonda over on the AF1 Aprilia forum has now got these very nice fuse blocks for sale. You can contact via PM on the forum or at 'a' underscore 'allott' at hotmail dot com. Price is £25 UK £30 USA/EU and £35 Oz/Asia inc. P&P
This is the story of Nathan and his 35,000 kilometres ride from Sydney to London on a 105cc Honda called Dorothy. It was journey of nine months, through eighteen countries, with barely any planning and hardly any equipment. Just setting off one day and hoping that somehow he'd make it to the other side of the world.
2013 Abruzzo ACIM AF1 air Aprilia Auto-dimming battery Caponord Castel del Monte Civitaquana coil cruise control dashboard datalogger DVLA ECU EEPROM engine ETV1000 Exhaust Futura Gran Sasso ignition Instrument panel Karoo 3 LED Metzeler Moto-Abruzzo oil Panniers Quill Rally Raid Range Rover road RST Futura service Shorai Speedometer Strada brutale Tachometer travel TuneECU Tyre voltmeter
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A few days ago while doing a bit of investigating for an AF1 forum member regarding the tachometer signal from the ECU, more specifically what would he observe on a multimeter instead of an oscilloscope, I momentarily shorted the tacho … Continue reading
While the wrist is healing nicely on light-duties and (thankfully) out of the heavy and restrictive cast, I’ve had a chance to play with the idea of an active cruise control for the Capo. An active system will adjust the … Continue reading
I switched on the fog-lights to better illuminate the mud and stone strewn road ahead; when it dawned on me that I hadn’t taken the Capo out in the dark for ages, months probably. And here I was winding a … Continue reading
On 4th February Jan came back home with a suitcase fair groaning with all manner of goodies. The most eagerly awaited though, was the pair of new inlays from Lockwood International Ltd. So first impressions? Excellent! From the textured material … Continue reading
Just got this photo from Clive over at Lockwood International in the UK, the nice folks who have made my new inlays for the Caponord dashboard. I’ll write more when they arrive …… I can’t wait!! Back-lit voltmeter within the … Continue reading
With the new inlay nearly complete and sufficient testing of the modified dashboard to prove its reliability in day-to-day use, it’s now time to move on and complete the next stage of miniaturising the circuit board. The big grey box … Continue reading
I’ll start off by wishing you all a hearty Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year wherever you are on this wonderful globe of ours. For the Capo and I, it’s proving to be an extra special one this … Continue reading
While it rains, rains and rains some more, I’ve had time to complete the mods with respect to moving the warning/tell-tale lighting around on the dashboard. Now the Capo has a nice left AND right indicator repeater lights ….. and … Continue reading
Phase 1 is over, Phase 2 begins …….. yes, the reworked dashboard with voltmeter/tacho and fade-in/fade-out auto-dimming backlighting is off the workbench and finally onto the Caponord. I know it doesn’t look too inspiring at the moment, but it is … Continue reading