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Old 09-24-2013, 07:47 AM   #5191
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My 2010 did this up to the 600 mile service pretty regularly. If I recall correctly, the fix was to adjust the air bleed screws on the throttle bodies. I didn't do it so I can't comment further, but its only stalled a few times in the next 30k miles.
Thanks for the info.
I should hit the 15k mile mark before the snow flies so I will have my dealer look at that when it goes in for the service.
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Old 09-26-2013, 02:37 PM   #5192
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Had mine in for the 22,500 mile service. Apparently there wa a reflash to install. They installed the ABS one on my non-ABS bike. Now apparently it's locked up......


Anyone want to give me a ride home? 35 miles so I won't be walking.....
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Old 09-26-2013, 04:03 PM   #5193
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finally got a new black key to replace the one i lost nearly a month ago. the service writer was kind enough to not charge for programming the key.
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Old 09-27-2013, 12:53 PM   #5194
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Had mine in for the 22,500 mile service. Apparently there wa a reflash to install. They installed the ABS one on my non-ABS bike. Now apparently it's locked up......


Anyone want to give me a ride home? 35 miles so I won't be walking.....
Well...

That sucks. Mine's going in for 22500 really soon after this weekend. Hadn't heardabout the reflash; was going to do this one myself...
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Old 09-29-2013, 10:00 AM   #5195
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Well...

That sucks. Mine's going in for 22500 really soon after this weekend. Hadn't heardabout the reflash; was going to do this one myself...

Yeah. Talked to the service manager yesterday. Apparently they have got it to where its running but flashing a check engine light and "module missing" or something along that lines in the right hand display. Apparently it won't accept another flash. They are going to try working on it again next week. Had to cancel my weekend ride (my wife won't ride on the KTM).


They tried the flash on another 2010 with no problems so not sure the reason for the issues.

They did successfully change the oil and put on the new chain and sprocket set.
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Old 09-30-2013, 04:51 PM   #5196
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Currently I have a set of the Ducati Panniers for my MTS 1200. I am kicking around the idea of getting a set of aluminum cases such as the touratech zega pro or the hepco&becker cases. Ive been doing more and more off roading and like the extra protection those cases would offer over the plastic cases in the event of a tip over. I am just wondering if anyone has fitted up any other pannies besides the ducati ones? Thoughts? Pictures?
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Old 10-01-2013, 01:39 AM   #5197
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I've seen the 31L Zegas on the MTS. The rack system is very beefy. But the 31s are pretty small. Maybe 6" or 7" inside. Haven't seen inside dimensions for for their cases on the site. Just overall width on the bike. So might want to call on that.

Some thing to keep in mind tho, extra protection for the cases, yes. But that force has to go some where, and that can be the sub frame. So if that is the main reason for getting them, I prefer a rack system and soft bags. Plus if you rip the mounts off hard bags, you are pretty much screwed. The Zegs are very nice tho.
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:25 PM   #5198
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Hard Aluminum cases will break your leg if they fall on it. Soft bags much safer.
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:16 PM   #5199
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Bought the Zega Pros in 38 liter black and the rack system for my 2012 Pikes Peak. The right side Touratech bracket hit the canister bracket for the full Termi system exhaust canister hanger. Caused the entire rack to be slightly crooked which could not be adjusted out. Touratech informed me the rack was not made to fit the 1200 Multi with the full Termi. Bummer. They took the rack back and I put the Zega Pros on my 950S. Using stockers on the Multi again.
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:52 PM   #5200
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Hard Aluminum cases will break your leg if they fall on it. Soft bags much safer.
Actualy they act like a straight edge on which to break your leg. Get your foot caught in a hole or in sand, have it dragged back a bit under the aluminum cans and it is a quick break.
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Old 10-01-2013, 10:00 PM   #5201
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my bags have taken a bit of a beating and held up well, the same can't be said for the plastic slots they lock into

if I was going to replace them I would go with Micatech
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Old 10-02-2013, 02:39 AM   #5202
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my bags have taken a bit of a beating and held up well, the same can't be said for the plastic slots they lock into

if I was going to replace them I would go with Micatech

You totally answered my question. I really liked them till I saw how they mount. I was not impressed with that at all, just hooking into the plastic slots. I am thankful for your input to that point. I will check out the micatech
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Old 10-02-2013, 08:57 AM   #5203
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my bags have taken a bit of a beating and held up well, the same can't be said for the plastic slots they lock into

if I was going to replace them I would go with Micatech
+1. I've had the same. Bags still mount fine and move a little bit. Keep considering replacing the plastic, but *ouch*
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Old 10-02-2013, 09:42 AM   #5204
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Actually, the slots are metal. They are really thin, brittle metal, but are metal. DAMHIK. The price for them is
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Old 10-02-2013, 01:02 PM   #5205
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This is my bike with the trax cases for me the best and most pravtical



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