DirtyADV going fuel injected??? - 990R

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by DirtyADV, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    Another thing I have noticed it the new bike missing the button for turning of the lights, I would like to get that function back.

    When searching for partnumber from a 2004 (same as my 950) I get this:

    60011074100 START-STOP SWITCH 03

    And when looking at a 2011 990R there seems to be the same number?

    60011074100 START-STOP SWITCH 03

    Anyone that can help?

    /Johan
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  2. Masa

    Masa Been here awhile

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    I got this for my bike

    60011074000 START-STOP SWITCH/LIGHT SW. 03
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  3. Dune

    Dune Been here awhile

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    to the OP - why are you stripping your new 990 and replacing with the old 950 parts?? :ear
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  4. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    Thank you, when looking closer on the parts list there are 2 different numbers listed for the start-stop switch.

    Might have to do with this bike taking a trip to south america but KTM called a shipping back.

    If checking the VIN its seems to be a EU configuration on the bike but maybe newer models sold in the EU also have lights always on?

    /Johan
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  5. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    New heat shield for the used plastic I'm putting on the bike:

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    Have also installed some CPR goodies =)

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    Back to the question about the fuel pump, why the 3 wires? Only 2 on the connector on the bike.

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    Have anyone else hacked it apart and swapped to a connector that is easier to get apart?

    Will be adding a connector on the pump assembly and keep the stock connectors so I won't have to touch the stock wiring harness.

    /Johan
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  6. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    Rear end starting to look like a motorcycle again.

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    But have the lower shock bolt on the loose so have not been able to secure the Pyndon Monster 320mm rear shock fully yet.

    Will threat the rear wheel with a brand new sprocket and seals also.

    Anyone out there that can point me in the direction for a set of good foam handle bar grips?

    Cheers!

    /Johan
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  7. GrenDesb

    GrenDesb Been here awhile

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    Why all that old stuff on the new bike?

    Old plastic I can unserstand but old swingarm?
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  8. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    Have purchased spare parts here and there and rather keep using them and try to sell of the brand new spares for a premium price should someone be in need.

    And looking at spare parts prices its easy to understand that a bike with minor damage is a write off.

    Will have removed stuff worth 1,5 times what I paid for the entire bike if I look at what they would cost as spare parts.

    Had plans to do some custom work with a rear tank integrated in the subframe but never got around that is why I have a few extra subframes (one is a little twisted tho).

    Swing arm was a spare for the -04, the early were weaker then on later models so wanted to get hold of a newer one.

    The old bike will be set up with motard wheels and won't see much rough terrain if I keep it.

    And if the new parts don't sell they can collect dust until I need them =)

    Well won't even be dusty, invested a few dollars worth of bubble wrap and packaging them up since I guess they will be in storage for years unless I wreck and need them.


    Hmm lower bolt for the shock is probably in the swing arm I removed, should have extra bolts somewhere need to look in the box with spare bolts next time I visit the bike.

    /Johan
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  9. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    Have started on the front ends by now =)

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    /Johan
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  10. Balsta

    Balsta Been here awhile

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    ...be careful with your pretty red painted nails which gets ugly from screwing...on your bike...
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  11. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    That is what happens when not wrenching for a while so they have time to grow and ending up with claws longer then the girls at the party so they gave me some paint also when preparing themself.

    Since the 990R has cables going up both side of the steering stem and guide and the Scotts triple clamp did not have mounts for the guide a piece of metal was made and clamped in place by the steering lock, lock still works even if is a little lower down:

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    The other guide needed a very fine shave on one spot to clear the steering lock when mounted on the scotts triple:

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    Had a few more photos that my phone refuse to upload to the photostream and the sync cable is broken, only good for charging but a new cable is ordered.

    /Johan
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  12. DELTATANGO

    DELTATANGO Motorcyclist and Dog Walk

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    So you bought a new motorcycle.

    And you're taking the old beat up shit off of your old motorcycle and are putting it on your new motorcycle. And you're making a motard out of your old mc.

    Don't you still need a 990 motor for it?
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  13. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    I see it a redusing risk of theft by making the new bike look old =)


    I did fix the Pyndon Syndrome on the 950 so the plan is to just keep beating it, if it starts leaking again, just fill oil and keep running until it gives up.


    /Johan
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  14. DELTATANGO

    DELTATANGO Motorcyclist and Dog Walk

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    Oh. Ok. What will you do for body panels/tanks on your old bike?
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  15. DirtyADV

    DirtyADV Long timer

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    The blue panels and tanks I bought second hand so still have all the orange plastic (was orange to begin with).

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    But it might end up black, have a guy wanting to swap his black plastic to make his orange.

    And as long as its in similar condition I dont really care what color the bike is.

    But have been tempted to get something custom done for the new bike, either paint but that is so much work or maybe some vinyl, not sure if Crispy does custom stuff and how much it would cost.

    Have to hold back expences a little since the new bike set me back quite a bit and it was not fully planned, but since the 990 is going out of production I felt it was the time to get one now.

    /Johan
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  16. DELTATANGO

    DELTATANGO Motorcyclist and Dog Walk

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    :thumb
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  17. DirtyADV

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    A few new parts for the bike:

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    Now I just need a TuneECU for dummies to get that going.

    /Johan
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  18. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    Sweet new parts.

    If I may, be careful while using using the stock screws that will hold the exhaust shield. I have it as well, I lost all of them and barely saved the shield no matter what thread locker I used (which doesn't work on a header that is so hot anyway).

    The side stand relocator is the best on the market IMO.

    TuneEcu is a blast and if you have any questions, let me know. I've done quite a bit of work with it.:freaky
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  19. PowerCell

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    Those heat shields ship with a 3-pack of special screws that have high temp thread locker already applied. It's good to 2250F...



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  20. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    Thanks Ken. I got two sets of these screws from Craig. They all fell off. I don't know why, neither did he. So I used alternative screws that have held for thousands of miles. I was just sharing an experience.
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