Tips and downloads

Motorcycle seat: do-it-yourself, assembly, registration.

Here you will find tips on choosing, making, attaching and, if necessary, registering a bench. You can find all the relevant materials in our "Do it Yourself" category!

Universal exhaust system "Megaphone" (without "e"-mark)

Here is an entertaining film by Nils about the fundamental differences using the example of the popular megaphone exhausts (also called megaphone (s) or megatron).

Different variants of exhausts and matching dB-eaters in comparison.

Here only the sound samples from the film.

The order numbers of the megaphone exhausts shown:
AP-MKF (closed, "quiet" variant")
AP-MEF (chrome), AP-MBF (black), AP-MCF (black with chrome cap).

The order numbers of the dB-Eater:
AP-PDF (to convert the megaphone into a reflexion type silencer)
AP-MDF (more restrictive sieve tube insert with silencer wool)

Small german TÜV approval lexicon

A compilation here is based on our own long-term experience, advice from others and summaries of legal guidelines. It does not claim to be complete and no legal claims can be derived from it. If you have more detailed questions, please contact the (mimself motorcycle driving) inspector you trust.

YAMAHA's report on shortening the rear frame on the SR500

Here is a report if you want to get rid of the rear frame extension on your SR500, model 48T and e.g. want to weld on our matching loop (order number BU-SR). Since the frame of the older models is almost identical, most of the testers should also accept the report for the 2J4 models.

Size charts for helmets and gloves

Here you can find the size charts for our helmets and gloves. Since there are no binding standardized sizes, all information is provided without guarantee.

Tire approval for the SR500 from YAMAHA

Here you will find a tire approval for transferring imperial tires in metric sizes and slightly different widths.

Data sheet for LED spotlights SW-HAL and SW-HAC

Here are the technical data for our LED headlights with the article numbers SW-HAL and SW-HAC.