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Old 10-02-2013, 03:17 PM   #18271
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I checked the swingarm space on my 2 bikes and they have a very small gap, almost snug.

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Hmmm any idea what has gone wrong? Doesn't make sense. I wonder if I could wreck anything by riding it this way. Since im not missing any parts, the only other thing I can think of is the frame sprung back a bit.
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Old 10-03-2013, 03:18 AM   #18272
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Vapour power

[QUOTE=stevh0;22461829]Busy installing a trailtech vapor on my XRR. Any idea where I can get live power from?

Think the Vapor is happy with either AC or DC
If the SA XR's are like the Oz versions you can pick up DC if that's your preference from the DC supply that runs the indicators

Pm me an email and I will send you some pics of my setup
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Old 10-03-2013, 12:19 PM   #18273
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Speaking of the trailtech vapor, what is a good way to mount it? I have had mine sitting in the garage unused for a while.
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Old 10-03-2013, 01:39 PM   #18274
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Speaking of the trailtech vapor, what is a good way to mount it? I have had mine sitting in the garage unused for a while.
I just used straight flat Aluminum stock about 4" long right off the bar clamp and it works great, and looks clean.

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Old 10-07-2013, 09:31 AM   #18275
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Found something to plug this hole:




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Old 10-07-2013, 06:24 PM   #18276
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Sup with the mileage?

My BRP gets horrible mileage for some reason. On a ride with another BRP, at fill up I took one more gallon than the other bike. We started at the same place full of gas and rode the same speed. How is this possible? I think the float must be out of wack. Could the carb some how be dumping gas straight into the motor and not burning it off? It seems like fuel is being wasted by something from the floats. Last ride out, the float was sticking and pissed the whole time bringing this bad mileage and float situation to mind.
Since then, I cleaned the carb and adjusted the float to 16/17mm like the manual says. Will this help? The original reading was 19mm.
I know the XRR doesn't get great mileage but mine is horrible.

Help please.
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:17 PM   #18277
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Mileage and float levels

[QUOTE=Bench Racer;22502880]My BRP gets horrible mileage for some reason. On a ride with another BRP, at fill up I took one more gallon than the other bike. We started at the same place full of gas and rode the same speed. How is this possible? I think the float must be out of wack. Could the carb some how be dumping gas straight into the motor and not burning it off? It seems like fuel is being wasted by something from the floats. Last ride out, the float was sticking and pissed the whole time bringing this bad mileage and float situation to mind.
Since then, I cleaned the carb and adjusted the float to 16/17mm like the manual says. Will this help? The original reading was 19mm.
I know the XRR doesn't get great mileage but mine is horrible.

Help please


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If its the stocker I'd go back to 19mm
16/17 seems too high and it will likely leak out the overflow when on the side stand.
Certain my stock carb was set to 19 and it ran just fine, search the thread for info as it has come up a number of times.
Think OEM spec is 18 but at that level mine would leak out when on the side stand, 19 fixed the problem.

Of course riding style, gearing, altitude (especially if the bike is lying horizontal) will all affect mileage but it should not vary that much on a stock carby - pumpers are another story!
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Old 10-07-2013, 08:27 PM   #18278
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Old 10-07-2013, 10:41 PM   #18279
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If its the stocker I'd go back to 19mm
16/17 seems too high and it will likely leak out the overflow when on the side stand.
Certain my stock carb was set to 19 and it ran just fine, search the thread for info as it has come up a number of times.
Think OEM spec is 18 but at that level mine would leak out when on the side stand, 19 fixed the problem.

Of course riding style, gearing, altitude (especially if the bike is lying horizontal) will all affect mileage but it should not vary that much on a stock carby - pumpers are another story!
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I found that 16/17 does make it leak on the side stand. Dang it. So I'm going to adjust it until it stops leaking. Thanks for the help.
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Old 10-08-2013, 12:07 AM   #18280
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fall is the best time for riding


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Old 10-08-2013, 08:10 AM   #18281
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all you former KTM owners out there....got some questions

I have big plans for next year. multiday, multi state, long distance trips coming up. right now i dual sport on an 07 KTM 450XC, which is fine for less than day trips. has a lot of work into it its setup nice and does what i ask of it. I am worried that long distance on slap, with me being 200lbs, with gear, and with extra fuel will result in a quick end to the motor, the sub frame, etc.

anyone jump the KTM ship and go to the XRR? I have read numerous posts on multiday, cross country, 1000 miles freeway stretches, all asphalt trips on the XRR. I cringe when i think about that on my KTM. I'm 30, only had a few bikes with the button, so im not too proud to kick.

keep in mind my KTM is a short stroke motor, the SX motor, with a hybrid 6 speed with close ratio 5 and 6. The power is all up high, its a race bike. it can be lugged. but i worry about getting into slower technical sections, with a loaded up bike and riding the clutch all the time to move the bike and the extra weight. so the bike revs great, but for long adventure riding, id much rather have more torque way low where it would be more usable.

I have been offered a trade off craigslist, for a plated 02, all setup, and turns out i know the guy. respect his build, and have no fear in it being a good condition bike.

Other than the no e start, being a bit heavier....which i would prefer for the longer rides on the road....what else would i be giving up?

i have heard the XRR suspension, once setup can be great! and im not that fast or hard on it to probably know. i know im not using the KTM to its potential.

from the looks of all these loaded up XRRs it looks to have a much stronger subframe as well.

who out there has swapped over from orange to red and has some feedback.
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:56 AM   #18282
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I prefer my XR when I expect any lengthy seat time,both my dirt bikes are registered.Prior to the Berg ,I had a 525exc.IMHO the Honda is the better bike for dual purpose.
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:04 AM   #18283
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Anybody have a spare or unused 10-11kg rear spring they are willing to part with? Thanks.


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Old 10-08-2013, 09:57 AM   #18284
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Anybody have a spare or unused 10-11kg rear spring they are willing to part with? Thanks.


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I believe I have a 10.5.... Need to check. Bought it with my spare shock/suspension. Already have a 10.5 on my bike.

The XRR is much more durable and robust than the KTM. That being said, it weighs more and handles differently because of it. Overall, it still works well considering it's light weight compared to others somewhat similar.

Kicking is no issue. Not having a battery and electronics to depend on is high on my list of GOOD things.
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Old 10-08-2013, 12:43 PM   #18285
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Great photo, love it :)
Thanks man!

Here's one of the exit of the drift with a nice roost: http://i3.minus.com/iktIOlnTqWt3Z.JPG


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i have heard the XRR suspension, once setup can be great! and im not that fast or hard on it to probably know. i know im not using the KTM to its potential.
You are correct, when set up right the suspension is very good. It's better than most USDs except the best obviously (eg CRF forks). I take mine to the track all the time, the weight is what makes it a harder landing imo.

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