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Old 01-23-2013, 02:47 PM   #7756
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It has the mount for the 2nd caliper...must be a 2007.
From this pic it looks like this one must be running
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Old 01-23-2013, 03:26 PM   #7757
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From this pic it looks like this one must be running


Best way to move the thing when it's on the center stand is to start it and rev the motor a little.
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Old 01-23-2013, 03:54 PM   #7758
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Best way to move the thing when it's on the center stand is to start it and rev the motor a little.


You made me remember when my 640A was brand new, the first time I started her to warm the engine, it was on a smooth floor, I went inside, and when I came back to the bike, she was already leaving me ... 2 meters away from the original position

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Old 01-23-2013, 03:56 PM   #7759
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It has the mount for the 2nd caliper...must be a 2007.
As far as I know, '06 and '07 are identical.

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Old 01-23-2013, 04:18 PM   #7760
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As far as I know, '06 and '07 are identical.

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'05 - '07 wasn't it?
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Old 01-23-2013, 04:41 PM   #7761
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'05 - '07 wasn't it?
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As far as I know, '06 and '07 are identical.

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Kind of. Liferider has it. The 2005 had different graphics on the tank, but the rest was the same. '06 and '07 look identical.
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:09 PM   #7762
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Kind of. Liferider has it. The 2005 had different graphics on the tank, but the rest was the same. '06 and '07 look identical.
From a thread:

2003
New colour scheme silver and black
'High flow' cylinder head with 32mm exhaust valves vs. 30mm, dual curve CDI, new cam, hydraulic clutch, oil level window in primary drive cover, input shaft bearing changed from ball to roller, bigger oil filler screw on frame, oil pump drive ratios increased
Slightly different fuel plumbing, 40BST carb fitted with a TPS
Secondary air system (SAS or SLS) for "Euro 2" emmissons standard introduced to EU bikes
Different primary drive gearing (changed from 30:81 to 31:79)
Location of merge collector and elimination of separate cross-over, exhaust pipe (still high level)
Location of fuses moved to battery tray area, 10A un-switched powerlet plug in dash
More comfortable seat
Assist tab added to center stand, structural change in swingarm "arms" and chain adjuster blocks,

2004
New orange colour scheme
Low front fender
Same front suspension as 950 Adv with twin front discs, foot brake pedal wider and fold-away, wider footpegs with new rubber inserts, Front left footrest bracket made from aluminum
Black wheel rims (no longer pre-drilled for locks)
Locking fuel cap, fuel tank capacity is quoted as 25.5L rather than the 28L for the earlier models
SAS/SLS for US spec bikes
Reinforced outer clutch hub, CDI with optimised ignition curve, changed the auto decomp components but not design

2005
New oil feed line to base of piston
Smaller indicators
15mm handlebar risers
Sintered brake pads, a new Brembo brake disc with round holes
X-ring endless chain

2006
Canadian model has no SAS/SLS
Behr rims improved (do not bend as easily but still not as good as Excel)
Black powdercoated frame
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:12 PM   #7763
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If anyone has a line on a fairing from one of these, I'd appreciate the info. I'm picking up a 625 that I'm going to convert.
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Old 01-24-2013, 04:11 AM   #7764
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From a thread:

2003
New colour scheme silver and black
'High flow' cylinder head with 32mm exhaust valves vs. 30mm, dual curve CDI, new cam, hydraulic clutch, oil level window in primary drive cover, input shaft bearing changed from ball to roller, bigger oil filler screw on frame, oil pump drive ratios increased
Slightly different fuel plumbing, 40BST carb fitted with a TPS
Secondary air system (SAS or SLS) for "Euro 2" emmissons standard introduced to EU bikes
Different primary drive gearing (changed from 30:81 to 31:79)
Location of merge collector and elimination of separate cross-over, exhaust pipe (still high level)
Location of fuses moved to battery tray area, 10A un-switched powerlet plug in dash
More comfortable seat
Assist tab added to center stand, structural change in swingarm "arms" and chain adjuster blocks,

2004
New orange colour scheme
Low front fender
Same front suspension as 950 Adv with twin front discs, foot brake pedal wider and fold-away, wider footpegs with new rubber inserts, Front left footrest bracket made from aluminum
Black wheel rims (no longer pre-drilled for locks)
Locking fuel cap, fuel tank capacity is quoted as 25.5L rather than the 28L for the earlier models
SAS/SLS for US spec bikes
Reinforced outer clutch hub, CDI with optimised ignition curve, changed the auto decomp components but not design

2005
New oil feed line to base of piston
Smaller indicators
15mm handlebar risers
Sintered brake pads, a new Brembo brake disc with round holes
X-ring endless chain

2006
Canadian model has no SAS/SLS
Behr rims improved (do not bend as easily but still not as good as Excel)
Black powdercoated frame


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Old 01-24-2013, 09:59 AM   #7765
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If anyone has a line on a fairing from one of these, I'd appreciate the info. I'm picking up a 625 that I'm going to convert.
send me a PM !!
I have a hook up
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Old 01-24-2013, 10:44 AM   #7766
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I have a hook up
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Old 01-24-2013, 02:03 PM   #7767
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Kind of. Liferider has it. The 2005 had different graphics on the tank, but the rest was the same. '06 and '07 look identical.
the '06 and '07 were identical, I was told the last production run was in '06 and no new bikes were actually built in '07
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Old 01-24-2013, 03:14 PM   #7768
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And some left overs were sold in 2008 as the "Travelers Edition".
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Old 01-24-2013, 04:30 PM   #7769
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And some left overs were sold in 2008 as the "Travelers Edition".
Juames, didn't know that.
I found this proof of your info: http://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/...n-ar50633.html

About the article content... WTF, the writer was 8 years old I think...

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Old 01-25-2013, 03:47 AM   #7770
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660 crank

Got my engine in bits at the moment, and as you do, am looking at the 660 rallye crank.

Anyone know how complete the KTM 'crankshaft complete' is? Is it either end only or as in the picture crank with rod?

Can anyone confirm the rallye crank will go in and can keep both electric and kick start?


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