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Old 09-29-2012, 01:57 AM   #5716
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I hope somebody as super smart as LukasM can help me out here.

KTM Part # 75038050044 Oil cooler set. Will it work on my Enduro (I dont see why not) more importantly, anybody know the heat loss involved and the extra oil capacity it would deliver?

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Cheers mate, but I'm not smart, I just read a lot of stuff on the internet.

Unfortunately I don't know anybody that has tried that cooler on the E / R. I do know that it won't fit properly on the SM with a bash plate installed, and that the E/R/SMC frame is a bit different than the SM/Duke frame. Have a look at installation instructions (I can email them to you) and compare it with your current setup with bash plate installed, then you should be able to tell if the hard lines fit around the engine block in their supposed position. Attachment to the bottom of the radiator might also be slightly different, I don't think those are the same either.

All in all it's very unlikely that it will be a straight bolt-on but with some skills and time could probably made to fit. And we'll never know how much is needed until somebody tries. Will it be you?
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Old 09-29-2012, 03:35 AM   #5717
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Km exactly...;)
17 and change here... just bad luck me thinks.
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Old 09-29-2012, 03:37 AM   #5718
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Cheers mate, but I'm not smart, I just read a lot of stuff on the internet.

Unfortunately I don't know anybody that has tried that cooler on the E / R. I do know that it won't fit properly on the SM with a bash plate installed, and that the E/R/SMC frame is a bit different than the SM/Duke frame. Have a look at installation instructions (I can email them to you) and compare it with your current setup with bash plate installed, then you should be able to tell if the hard lines fit around the engine block in their supposed position. Attachment to the bottom of the radiator might also be slightly different, I don't think those are the same either.

All in all it's very unlikely that it will be a straight bolt-on but with some skills and time could probably made to fit. And we'll never know how much is needed until somebody tries. Will it be you?
I think for 250 bones its worth a try. As soon as I pay off my busted bike bill, i'll order this and give it a shot. You dont know what the added capacity in oil is do you?
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Old 09-29-2012, 05:53 AM   #5719
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17 and change here... just bad luck me thinks.
Me thinks? Is that a German word?
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Old 09-29-2012, 07:47 AM   #5720
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no, not German, just a statement as I dont believe I abuse my bike any more than others, nor do I do less maintenance. Just a random event.
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Old 09-29-2012, 11:06 AM   #5721
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I think for 250 bones its worth a try. As soon as I pay off my busted bike bill, i'll order this and give it a shot. You dont know what the added capacity in oil is do you?
THE SM oil cooler will not fit on an enduro model due to the exhaust plus it's very suspect to stone damage. I know because i've already tried.
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:39 PM   #5722
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THE SM oil cooler will not fit on an enduro model due to the exhaust plus it's very suspect to stone damage. I know because i've already tried.

So what your saying is, the stock setup did'n't suit your need and you gave up?

10 bones and all your interweb creds says it can work!!!

This aint for the hard core off roaders like Seth, this is for the small guy that cant afford a fifth bike in their stable and want to explore ways to make the 690 a more gooder touring machine!
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Old 09-29-2012, 02:21 PM   #5723
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So what your saying is, the stock setup did'n't suit your need and you gave up?

10 bones and all your interweb creds says it can work!!!

This aint for the hard core off roaders like Seth, this is for the small guy that cant afford a fifth bike in their stable and want to explore ways to make the 690 a more gooder touring machine!
Yeah whatever, carry on, I've never raced a 690 and know nothing about them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OH by the way you have to change the oil pressure rgeultor in the back of the engine for a temp regulator plus add the pipes, I prefer the more robust cooler from the 690rr mounted behind the fairing. I personally dont bother with an oil cooler any more because i change the oil after every 10 hours of racing like on the Tuareg and Maroc rallies, the 690 holds more than enough oil for a days racing.

If you want a cheap kit then I've got one in my scrap pile of stuff that was no good for racing.
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Old 09-29-2012, 03:38 PM   #5724
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Yeah whatever, carry on, I've never raced a 690 and know nothing about them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

OH by the way you have to change the oil pressure rgeultor in the back of the engine for a temp regulator plus add the pipes, I prefer the more robust cooler from the 690rr mounted behind the fairing. I personally dont bother with an oil cooler any more because i change the oil after every 10 hours of racing like on the Tuareg and Maroc rallies, the 690 holds more than enough oil for a days racing.

If you want a cheap kit then I've got one in my scrap pile of stuff that was no good for racing.
I heard you race the old ladies to the grocery store
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Old 09-29-2012, 04:47 PM   #5725
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Old 09-29-2012, 05:36 PM   #5726
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Page 4 of Nylon Saddle Washers now refercing my post 45 minutes ago -google dudes are fast

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Old 09-29-2012, 10:01 PM   #5727
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Hey fellas
I have just recently installed aftermarket chain and sprockets - I now have oil coming from behind the front sprocket looks like from behind the shaft - is this the counter shaft seal ? and is it caused from aftermarket front sprocket
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Old 09-29-2012, 10:09 PM   #5728
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So what your saying is, the stock setup did'n't suit your need and you gave up?

10 bones and all your interweb creds says it can work!!!

This aint for the hard core off roaders like Seth, this is for the small guy that cant afford a fifth bike in their stable and want to explore ways to make the 690 a more gooder touring machine!
I wouldnt call myself a hardcore offroad racer...thats more crankshaft. Beany knows a thing or twelve about performance 690 stuff
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Old 09-29-2012, 10:22 PM   #5729
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I heard you race the old ladies to the grocery store
Not exactly. Actually he race her to the liquor store ...

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Old 09-29-2012, 10:53 PM   #5730
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Hey fellas
I have just recently installed aftermarket chain and sprockets - I now have oil coming from behind the front sprocket looks like from behind the shaft - is this the counter shaft seal ? and is it caused from aftermarket front sprocket
Thanks
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Did you use an EXC front sprocket? They fit over the countershaft splines but are narrower which could take pressure off the seal? Next guess would be that your chain is just too tight? How many miles are on the bike? It may just be time to replace the seal anyway, they are cheap and easy to change anyway.

When mine started leaking it just needed the $1 o-ring behind the sprocket spacer replaced, the seal itself is only ~$7.
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