Base plate for KTM 990 ITG foam air filter.

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by gefr, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. gefr

    gefr Life is a trip

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    Aluminum base plate cut with laser for KTM 990 ITG Superflow foam air filter. Matches with ITG JC30/65 and JC30/80 model.

    Cost will be 45€, shipping is free.
    It can take up to 22 days to reach buyers, though it usually reaches USA in 14 days.

    Upper side:
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    Lower side:
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    Plates without the breather hole and/or without temp sensor are now available, you just need to ask them specifically.

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    I can also include blanking plates with another 5€.

    DZUS half turn clips and sealing flanges for throttle bodies are included. Sealing flanges should be fitted under the base plate.

    Foam filters are not included. You can find a local distributor here:

    http://www.itgairfilters.com/megaflow-introduction.asp

    one shop option:

    Merlin Mailorder Ltd, Wiltshire, SN14 7EZ, UNITED KINGDOM
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  2. rossguzzi

    rossguzzi 990 Adv.

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    Do they fit in the airbox? Or would I put the lid of the airbox back on?
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  3. gefr

    gefr Life is a trip

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    The base plate sits on the throttle bodies. Τhe foam filter attaches on the base plate.
    Cheers.
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  4. LocuL

    LocuL Gnarly Infantry

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    Could/would you make any for the RC8.
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  5. gefr

    gefr Life is a trip

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    It will take a while though... let me put this into perspective...
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  6. alongat

    alongat Long timer

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    GEFR, I want one of these for my 990ADV - how do I place an order with you? If you prefer, feel free to email me offline at alongat.gat@gmail.com

    Thank you
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  7. slowfast

    slowfast n00b

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    Hi,
    I saw this thread and wanted to know whether you are still making these plates and if you are how much is one to the UK?
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  8. gefr

    gefr Life is a trip

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    As a matter of fact I recently received an order. I also have some with no breather hole and a few without sensor holes and without breather holes.
    Shipping is included.
    Have a Happy New Year.
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  9. Peat

    Peat Adventurer

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    Fitted mine over the weekend, had to soak the foam rings in hot water as tight fit but nice work, Akro mapping, with my fmf cans she's a beast now, what a roar!!! Might have to put the spark arresters back to quieten her down.

    Thanks again
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  10. gefr

    gefr Life is a trip

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    Could you please explain, concerning the foam rings? Is this a procedure that makes the foam tight?
    Happy you liked the results.
    Cheers
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  11. Peat

    Peat Adventurer

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    I couldn't get the base plate to fit as the foam rings were a Really tight fit, I soaked them in hot water to make them a little softer to allow figment of all the parts
    , when they cooled down they returned to their original size and thus a nice tight fit😀
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  12. ICERIDER

    ICERIDER Adventure Rider

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    Are you making these for the 950? (different spacing than 990)

    I bought an ITG blank but really it's too thin.
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  13. ripter

    ripter Pig Flogger

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    No soaking necessary. If you set it in place then stand on the pegs and use the weight of your body to apply slow steady pressure on both of the plastic pieces they should twist in with a mild amount of effort.
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  14. gefr

    gefr Life is a trip

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    I divert 950 riders to SW7 for their baseplates.
    Cheers.
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