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Old 12-18-2012, 02:37 PM   #6541
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We have designed a replacement solid front disc,300mm,to suit the KTM 690 Enduro which has a hole to accept the KTM EXC magnet & circlip,to line up with the M8 tapped hole in the caliper mount.
This will enable an ICO to be used without having to drill the existing floating disc,or glue a magnet on.


We also have a rear disc designed to offer as a straight replacement for the OEM item.


These are expected to be available by end January.


Another spin-off is they will fit KTM 950/990 Adventure models,all 690 & 450 Rallye.






Can you make a solid rear rotor for the 690? I have a Moose solid rear disc for my 500 and love it for enduro, my pads last much longer now.
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Old 12-18-2012, 02:46 PM   #6542
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It will fit,but the flat sensor for the speedo is not activated by a magnet,but from the 6 disc screws.The hole is for a KTM EXC magnet to work with an ICO,or similar.
Hello - I must buy an ICO Racing 'Checkmate' computer to compete in an event in 2014 aboard a '12 690R. Do I want your front disk to make it easier?

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Old 12-18-2012, 02:48 PM   #6543
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Brass fuel line quick disconnect

http://www.beemerboneyard.com/cpcqkdiscon1.html
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Old 12-18-2012, 02:56 PM   #6544
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Thanks guys!

Thanks for the replies, I have the parts on order and they are due in Thursday.
Happy Holidays my friends! Ride on!
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Old 12-18-2012, 02:56 PM   #6545
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spring pre-load adjuster

Hi guys!
Which of these tools should i buy to adjust the spring pre-load,U6910066 or U6951172?(bike 690enduro r)
U6910066: http://www.cyclehuttktm.com/ktm-part...tment=bigbikes
U6951172: http://www.cyclehuttktm.com/ktm-part...tment=bigbikes
and someone does know where i can find it in europe?
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Old 12-18-2012, 02:58 PM   #6546
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Why is it they cheap out on shit like this? Rotten. I'm buying the MP bits too!

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My fuel line connector pictured below is broken and KTM is back-ordered until Dec 28.
This is the connector under the seat that allows you to take the sub frame off and provide you the convenience of a quick disconnect of the fuel line.
Do any of you fine inmates have this part you can sell me?
I also heard some people swap the factory plastic stuff for some quality brass fittings, but I can't seem to find that posting.
Any help is appreciated.
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Old 12-18-2012, 03:07 PM   #6547
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Hi guys!
Which of these tools should i buy to adjust the spring pre-load,U6910066 or U6951172?(bike 690enduro r)
U6910066: http://www.cyclehuttktm.com/ktm-part...tment=bigbikes
U6951172: http://www.cyclehuttktm.com/ktm-part...tment=bigbikes
and someone does know where i can find it in europe?
You don't have one of these in your toolbox?

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Old 12-18-2012, 04:35 PM   #6548
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Hello - I must buy an ICO Racing 'Checkmate' computer to compete in an event in 2014 aboard a '12 690R. Do I want your front disk to make it easier?

Thanks

it will make life easier. I drilled my rotors for a magnet to run my ICO Rally.
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Old 12-18-2012, 04:44 PM   #6549
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Were you able to find one? I have the #10 from that pic if that helps. It includes the 120mm hose and the quick disconnect. Item #75007016050

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My fuel line connector pictured below is broken and KTM is back-ordered until Dec 28.
This is the connector under the seat that allows you to take the sub frame off and provide you the convenience of a quick disconnect of the fuel line.
Do any of you fine inmates have this part you can sell me?
I also heard some people swap the factory plastic stuff for some quality brass fittings, but I can't seem to find that posting.
Any help is appreciated.

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Old 12-18-2012, 05:01 PM   #6550
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My fuel line connector pictured below is broken and KTM is back-ordered until Dec 28.
This is the connector under the seat that allows you to take the sub frame off and provide you the convenience of a quick disconnect of the fuel line.
Do any of you fine inmates have this part you can sell me?
I also heard some people swap the factory plastic stuff for some quality brass fittings, but I can't seem to find that posting.
Any help is appreciated.

Toast

The brass one from the Bimmer barn works great as a direct replacement and it is much more rugged. Or just go the inline fuel filter route. Both are worlds better than the stock piece...which will just break again.
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Old 12-18-2012, 05:39 PM   #6551
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It will fit,but the flat sensor for the speedo is not activated by a magnet,but from the 6 disc screws.The hole is for a KTM EXC magnet to work with an ICO,or similar.
OK,

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Old 12-18-2012, 09:15 PM   #6552
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Hi guys! Got my 2013 Enduro R sitting @ the local dealership, thinking of getting my exos, rad guard and air filter fixed up before i run any miles on it.

Could anyone advice on the RR foam air filter conversion (seems too exposed) or should i just keep the snorkel and run a uni foam filter?

I'm setting up the bike for adventure riding and simple trail riding.

Thank you in advance!

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Old 12-19-2012, 12:06 AM   #6553
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Hi guys! Got my 2013 Enduro R sitting @ the local dealership, thinking of getting my exos, rad guard and air filter fixed up before i run any miles on it.

Could anyone advice on the RR foam air filter conversion (seems too exposed) or should i just keep the snorkel and run a uni foam filter?

I'm setting up the bike for adventure riding and simple trail riding.

Thank you in advance!

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I run the uni filter in mine and its fine for what your describe. Easy to clean and much better than the stock paper jobby.
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:42 AM   #6554
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Hi guys! Got my 2013 Enduro R sitting @ the local dealership, thinking of getting my exos, rad guard and air filter fixed up before i run any miles on it.

Could anyone advice on the RR foam air filter conversion (seems too exposed) or should i just keep the snorkel and run a uni foam filter?

I'm setting up the bike for adventure riding and simple trail riding.

Thank you in advance!

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What country are you in? The 13s have not hit the states yet.
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Old 12-19-2012, 01:18 AM   #6555
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I run the uni filter in mine and its fine for what your describe. Easy to clean and much better than the stock paper jobby.
sweet! thanks!

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What country are you in? The 13s have not hit the states yet.
Singapore, I could be wrong abt the MY12\13 thou. Arrived earlier this mth from KTM motherland. Any major changes between both years?
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