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Old 10-16-2014, 09:40 AM   #1
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French Side-car . KTM 1190 Adventure & Muskok II

Bonjour à tous et désolé pour mon anglais très sommaire, donc je vous ecris en Francais et traduit avec Google Translate.

Je vous présente le nouveau side-car en préparation sur base de KTM 1190 Adventure

Les infos sur http://www.gs74.com et http://www.motoannecy.com
et sur le faceBook spécial sidecar
https://www.facebook.com/sidecar.sidecar

A bientôt en images
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Old 10-16-2014, 09:55 AM   #2
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My adress mail

Gilles@lestilleuls.com

My best Trip in side-car

http://www.montripenside.com
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Old 10-16-2014, 11:07 AM   #3
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Le projet terminé .
Pour Novembre 2014
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Old 10-16-2014, 11:40 AM   #4
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Here is a YouTube video of this n00b riding his current rig, which is a 1200GS also with a Muskok sidecar. I think it's safe to say that he's playing in the big leagues while most of the rest of us on this forum are sandlot players.




I don't see how the new KTM rig will be "better" than his GS, but I don't think that really matters at this level. Just amazing!
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Old 10-16-2014, 12:20 PM   #5
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Bonsoir Drone
J'ai eu beaucoup de plaisir avec ma GS 1200 side-car Muskok I . Je change de moto parceque je souhaite plus de puissance et aussi autre chose que la GS que je croise enormement sur les routes en France.
C'est une nouvelle aventure et j'aime avec une machine différente .
Cet hiver je vais pouvoir exploiter a fond ma nouvelle KTM.
Allez voir mon site internet et le formidable Trip de cet hiver
http://www.montripenside.com

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Good evening Drone
I had a lot of fun with my 1200 GS sidecar Muskok I. I change my bike because I want more power and something else that I meet GS enormously on the roads in France.
This is a new adventure and I like a different machine.
This winter I'll be able to use my new KTM thoroughly.
Check out my website and the wonderful Trip this winter
http://www.montripenside.com
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Old 10-16-2014, 01:10 PM   #6
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Salut le savoyard,
Superbe machine et projet !
Looking forward to seeing your next trip
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Old 10-16-2014, 02:21 PM   #7
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Superbe!!

Tres tres belle tomos!!! Qui fait ces fourches avec des Ohlins (miam miam!!!). Je vais suivre la fabrication (meme si je ne suis pas fou des KTMs!!).
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Old 10-16-2014, 02:54 PM   #8
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The Muskok looks a whole lot like the SideBike Comet or Mega Comet.



This is the SideBike Mega Comet and FJ1100 combo I rode cross country in '02.
I hope the Muskok version has a lot more ground clearance, it's needed. You'll get a lot of use from the skid bars under the nose of the chair.
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Old 10-16-2014, 03:10 PM   #9
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I've followed Gilles on Facebook for a while now and most (all?) of all of his posts & videos are amazing.
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Old 10-16-2014, 06:45 PM   #10
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This idea is very interesting to me. I was thinking about the 1190, until I saw the pictures of the new 1290 Super Adventure.

I'm not a fan of chain drive for touring, but the biggest downfall of the GS for off road is the gearing. Swapping sprockets could be the solution...

I realize that there will always be compromises for low end vs. high end performance. The GS with the chair doesn't do particularly well at either end. It is great in the middle. Running over 75 loaded kills fuel economy and requires you to run at higher RPM. Miinimum speed on the trails is realistically 15 mph unless you work the crap out of the clutch and that is way too fast for some of the steep, rocky, snow covered trails around here.
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Old 10-16-2014, 08:25 PM   #11
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Nice video. Like the lap robe too.
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Old 10-16-2014, 11:04 PM   #12
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Bonjour Pastaman, j'étais chez toi (et en partie chez moi) la semaine dernière au Québec. J'y ai même croisé un side (sur base Harley) . Bonne route à toi mais le froid va vite calmer les ardeurs des Québécois en moto.

Bonjour Prmurat
Oui 3 Ohlins, (celui du panier n'est pas encore arrivé), nous essayons de garder le WP de la moto en changeant juste le ressort.
Plus d'infos sur Facebook, n'hésite pas .
https://www.facebook.com/sidecar.sidecar

Hello bk BRKR baker (Google Translation)
Yes of course, a more elevated ground clearance because here we ride off trail and especially in winter.
I also raised 3 snow tires with studs

Merci TouringDave

Hello the1mavin (Trduction Google)
On my GS (sold to 69000 km), I grilled a clutch in a few hundred kilometers after having mounted the sidecar. I think the KTM is a great base sidecar despite the chain. This is not really a problem today. Chains envaisse hundreds horse powers on Hayabusa and other sports and then a chain kit costs only 200 euros. A gimbal against ...
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Old 10-17-2014, 04:13 AM   #13
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Christian Mandaroux (Selleriaz) fait un siège pour ma femme et intègre le siège de Gabriel .
Un travail plus compliqué que prévu avec le rajout de l'arceau de sécurité mais qui sera comme toujours réalisé de main de maître.
Il faut imaginer le final avec carrosserie aux couleurs de la R, parebrise neuf et tubes orange.
La bache est noire avec passe poil orange .
Interieur tapis noir passe poil orange
Accessoires à finaliser avec GPG ou compteur à voir
Ce qui va certainement claquer, c'est la jante OZ 2 tiers 1 tiers blanche et orange

Christian Mandaroux (Selleriaz) is a seat for my wife and integrates the seat of Gabriel.
A more complicated than expected with the addition of the roll bar but will be done as always masterfully work.
You have to imagine the final body with the colors of R, new windshield and orange tubes.
The sheet is black with orange hair goes.
Interior black carpet goes orange hair
Accessories to finalize with GPG or counter view
Which will definitely slam is the third 1 2 OZ rim white and orange thir
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Web Site side-car Muskok evolution

Bonjour à tous

Pour améliorer le suivi de la construction du Muskok II j'ai créé un site internet .
Il regroupe toutes les étapes de construction du Muskok I et du Muskok II ainsi que de nombreuses photos .
Il évolue chaque jour donc n'hésitez pas à le consulter et à le partager .

Merci à tous pour votre soutien .

http://gilles32.wix.com/ktmsidecar
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Wow!
If google translate hasn't messed up, I understand gilleslestilleuls purchased the body donar FJ-1200 SideBike Mega Comet fo 2500 euros. For the complete outfit.
Which in todays money calculates 2500 X $1.27 = $3175.
A real deal in any country.
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