Got it! KTM 660 Rallye

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by oossie, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Åmme

    Åmme Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the quick reply Lukas, I found out today that the tanks have old paint under the Deuz fasterners, actually the panels aint a bad idea as it makes repainting easy as well as the protect the tanks.

    PS what about you questions about 570/Tuareg ?
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  2. Åmme

    Åmme Been here awhile

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    Oossie,

    Sorry for using your thread, but do anybody have the colorcode for the grey frame paint ?
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  3. bmwktmbill

    bmwktmbill Traveler

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    Amme, are you in Ulan Bator?
    Where do you stay?

    Do you go to the Irish Pub?
    Pretty women.
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  4. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    i hope to get the tanks and fairing back this week from the painter.
    Just decided to one color: KTM White (also known as Nissan QV1)

    The striping /design is still work from a good friend B-art, he does a great job in motor design and i can't wait to see his drawing with some ideas :wink:

    Also got this week the subframe back from the coater, it's gonna be nice!
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  5. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Got finaly zome new parts, suspension is back and also got the rear subframe parts back from the coater.

    Starts looking a bike again.
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    Brand new rally pegs (are standard parts KTM, model 690RR and/or 450RR)
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    Those pegz are really longer (approx. 20mm) and wider (5mm) then the standard ones. And the teeth :eek1:eek1:eek1 real alligators, this beast is gonna eat my boots:lol3
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  6. Alik

    Alik viertaKTMotor *****

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    What is the part number? ;)
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  7. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Here you go: 60103940000 (Rally pegs)
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  8. Rensen

    Rensen Adventurer

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    Man I love the ktm Rallye´s

    btw great thread, keep going, I´m in :thumbup
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  9. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Next week the RNS navigation parts are coming in.

    Still not decided what to choose as Roadbook, the MD is worn down and the motor has broken down. Maybe a F2R 730. I'm not sure. Someone who has a brokendown MD? I'm running out of budget so have to keep it simple with the roadbook.

    Also the sprankling white fairing is also coming, the graphics on it is still under development :)

    The electrics is still a pain, have to decide wether or not to put turnsignals on it. Has one of you out there found a LC4 rearlight with integrated turnsignals?
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  10. italrally

    italrally Been here awhile

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    THE MD is full reparable, you can buy every single part, also only the engine. Or buy a MIGTEC, same as on Husky and Hondas factory rally bikes, cost in my shop 250,- Euro.
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  11. tileman

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    Does anyone know if these pegs also fit a 03 adv?
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  12. LukasM

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    You can probably get the electric motor from an online store much cheaper than directly from Marco D. I remember that somebody posted the part number on the forum a couple of years ago, or Tony Schattat will know it for sure.


    Pretty sure they will. I'd look at the Fastway Adventure pegs instead though, the replaceable cleats are an easy way to keep a sharp edge over the years and they are probably lighter while being stronger.
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  13. schattat

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    Nice, I just ordered myself a set for my WRF, I'm hoping they will somehow fit, the geometry seems to look the same atleast :D
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  14. Mudguts

    Mudguts when in doubt GAS IT

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    Hey Tony why not Fastway rally/adv pegs , they make them for WR's
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  15. schattat

    schattat Long timer

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    Hi mate,
    Didn't know they even existed :lol3 Just had a look at them, they're nice billet looking, but almost twice as expensive as the KTM rallye ones!
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  16. LukasM

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    The nice thing is that you will be able to keep them forever, swapping them from bike to bike since they use a removable bushing kit....

    In case the KTM rally pegs don't work out, you can get the Fastways for $220 online.

    BTW if it helps I can measure the width of the KTM pegs in the pivot area, so you can confirm whether they will fit the WR mounts.
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  17. schattat

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    Nice, I will consider them for sure should the KTM ones not work out (already ordered them over 2 weeks ago). Perhaps you could still measure them up for me?
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  18. LukasM

    LukasM Long timer

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    Sure thing, I'll do it tonight.
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  19. schattat

    schattat Long timer

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    Danke! Will work on my bike more today, frame already repainted and motor cleaned up a bit :D
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  20. Mudguts

    Mudguts when in doubt GAS IT

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    Sorry for the hijack -oossie
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