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Old 12-18-2012, 02:56 PM   #6571
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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   #6572
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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   #6573
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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   #6574
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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   #6575
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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?

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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   #6576
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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   #6577
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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   #6578
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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   #6579
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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   #6580
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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!

13x
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   #6581
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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!

13x
What country are you in? The 13s have not hit the states yet.
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Old 12-19-2012, 01:18 AM   #6582
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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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Old 12-19-2012, 02:53 AM   #6583
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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
From MotionPro. There are different models available i.e. this one http://www.motionpro.com/motorcycle/...ect_couplings/
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Old 12-19-2012, 05:19 AM   #6584
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Thanks for the replies, I have the parts on order and they are due in Thursday.
Happy Holidays my friends! Ride on!
If you don't already you will soon know that the oem clamps are one and done - they need to be cut off the hoses and new ones procured. This is a good chance to change out for more field service friendly version. I was unfamiliar with high pressure FI clamps but your standard hardware store hose clamp versions are less suitable for this task.

The two auto parts places close to my house didn't have properly sized replacements, ended up ordering from here.
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Old 12-19-2012, 05:38 AM   #6585
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You don't have one of these in your toolbox?

I have already used a screwdriver with bad result,now i can't hit more the shock collar without ruin it completely and so, no one knows which tool works??U6910066 or U6951172?
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