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Old 09-19-2011, 06:10 PM   #736
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950 se voltage regulator

Was told by KTM tech. that the voltage regulator from an adventur or super duke is the same voltage regulator in the 950 SE, the only difference is the length of the wire leads. Do not know if they are on backorder too?
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:11 PM   #737
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Thanks for the advice, I actually found the same site after searching. They do not offer a voltage regulator that will work for the SE.

Anyone have any other suggestions? I was thinking there has got to be another voltage regulator that could be used off another bike. Wouldn't it be easy enough to splice in another high amp/watt voltage regulator from a touring bike or something?

I hate to put the bike away for a month in the fall waiting for a KTM piece.
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:11 PM   #738
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Thanks for the advice, I actually found the same site after searching. They do not offer a voltage regulator that will work for the SE.

Anyone have any other suggestions? I was thinking there has got to be another voltage regulator that could be used off another bike. Wouldn't it be easy enough to splice in another high amp/watt voltage regulator from a touring bike or something?

I hate to put the bike away for a month in the fall waiting for a KTM piece.
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:12 PM   #739
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VRRPM a no go

Thanks for the advice, I actually found the same site after searching. They do not offer a voltage regulator that will work for the SE.

Anyone have any other suggestions? I was thinking there has got to be another voltage regulator that could be used off another bike. Wouldn't it be easy enough to splice in another high amp/watt voltage regulator from a touring bike or something?

I hate to put the bike away for a month in the fall waiting for a KTM piece.
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Old 09-20-2011, 06:05 AM   #740
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Quick note about my previous issue with "clicking noise". I know what is doing it now. The bark busters. Not sure why but it appears as the handle bar flexes ever so slightly as I turn it the bark busters are torquing enough to allow them to click as the collar moves ever so slightly. I tightened them down a bit more and it helped but is still not perfect.
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Old 09-20-2011, 09:48 AM   #741
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So the Adv guys can add a second fan on their radiator. The SE already has 2 fans, but they are smaller than the Adv fans. Anyone tried to replace the small SE fans with larger Adv fans to increase cooling performance, or are they just large to fit in there?
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:45 PM   #742
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990 Adventure wheels on a 950 Super Enduro?

Guys,
Will the OEM wheels from a 990 Adventure work on a 950 SE? I know
- the wheel diameters are the same
- the right front rotor *may* have to be removed.

What about axle diameters/lengths and spacers? I think it might work after reading this thread:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=621198


Has anybody actually put Adventure wheels on the SE? I have an opportunity to pick up a set cheap.

TIA
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Old 09-22-2011, 10:10 PM   #743
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...Has anybody actually put Adventure wheel on the SE? I have an opportunity to pick up a set cheap.

TIA

I'm almost positive that Mike (Brown Dog) has a rear Adventure rim, on his SE.


You know they're soft as shit...right?

They don't even come close to your DirtStars...


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Old 09-22-2011, 10:16 PM   #744
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You know they're soft as shit...right?

They don't even come close to your DirtStars...
That's OK as I would shod them with tires more street-oriented for street use. My DirtStars are shod with full knobbies.
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Old 09-23-2011, 03:28 AM   #745
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I have adventure rims on my SE with scorpions that I use for the roads. Dirt stars have the knobbies. I have just one front disc installed and use the the SE front wheel spacers. Back tire cost more because it is wider.
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Old 09-23-2011, 05:25 AM   #746
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I have adventure rims on my SE ...
I have ADVenture Rims laced to my SE hubs.

+1 on the looks

BUT . . . . . . the wide rear catches Everything on the trail with it's Width

I Always keep aired above 34psi to not bend a rim.

The Stock Rims are Mucho better for Off-Roading as JJ mentioned

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Old 09-23-2011, 06:02 AM   #747
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adv rims

I have a set of adv hubs set up with 19" front, stock 18" rear,converted to tubeliss. just need to run SE spacer's and alls good
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Old 09-27-2011, 03:09 PM   #748
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OK this question is for the people who have done the vacuum fuel pump conversion. I put the pump on top of my air box and tee into the crank case breather hose. Everything was fine for about a month then the bike died on me and barely kept running to make it home. I took the pump apart and there was water on the vacuum side of the diagram, I guessed it was condensation from the engine breather. I switched to the rear cylinder and put the fitting with the larger ID on the left and plug the hole on the right with a bolt. The bike runs fine but is hard to start now. In the past in the morning I would pull the choke lever and she would fire right up. Now I have to crank it a lot to get in running. Not as bad when it is warm but still not the same. Anyone have any ideas.
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Old 09-27-2011, 05:56 PM   #749
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I have my Vac pump mounted under the engine (on a 950ADV) and havent had any issues with it. I dont know if the higher mount makes a difference. I would not think so but I could be wrong. You may still have moisture in the line too.
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Old 09-27-2011, 06:44 PM   #750
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I have ADVenture Rims laced to my SE hubs.

+1 on the looks

BUT . . . . . . the wide rear catches Everything on the trail with it's Width


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I have adventure rims on my SE with scorpions that I use for the roads. Dirt stars have the knobbies. I have just one front disc installed and use the the SE front wheel spacers. Back tire cost more because it is wider.

Are both of you running the standard size ADV rear tire (150/70-18)? Any problms with the tire rubbing up against the chain/swingarm/etc?
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