Got it! KTM 660 Rallye

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

  1. overlandr

    overlandr Dystopist

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    There were some youtube videos of him riding this bike across Fraser island I recall.


    If they do, sit down: AU$ 344.00
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  2. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    640 adventure? yes they fit.
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  3. rjf

    rjf SBS's #1 fan in January

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    I could be mistaken but I think you'd also need to buy the 04 onwards/ sxc alloy Left footpeg hanger too! As the 03 and earlier ADV has unsymetrical foot peg mounts - right side peg goes in the mount like most bikes the Left peg has the mount go inside it
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  4. Lc8grrr

    Lc8grrr Vtwin madness

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    Yes you're right they wont fit an 03 or earlier but the later LC4s had an alloy LHS mount that used the same design as the RHS peg. The Rallys are welded on the frame both sides.

    Had a mate laser cut these extensions out for me for my bikes and a couple of others. Just for a laugh the RHS one has a bottle opener incorporated :))

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  5. rjf

    rjf SBS's #1 fan in January

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    Nice, KTM used to sell a hardpart Rallye peg for the 03 and earlier 640Adv, your's look similar -

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  6. sTE610vE

    sTE610vE Long timer

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    So what is the range of prices for a used 690 Dakar bike?I know it depends, but since the class changed to 450 cc limit this just make these very cool, and rideable, collector bikes right?
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  7. overlandr

    overlandr Dystopist

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    Excellent choice as an homage to its previous qwner's trip to places like Fraser Island, QLD, Australia where salt water crocodiles have been sighted :thumb

    Note: enjoy the note!

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    Simpson??

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    Who knows? You've just got to be in the right place at the right time.
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  8. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    LoL so true overlander!!! ;-)

    Fairing back in shameless white whoooop

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  9. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Little steps further in the process :)


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  10. LukasM

    LukasM Long timer

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    This thing is going to look great when it's done, I'm jealous!!
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  11. Evil Invader

    Evil Invader Been here awhile

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    +1
    I miss mine.....:cry
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  12. Mudguts

    Mudguts when in doubt GAS IT

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    White and clean I likely, our bikes will be like storm troopers once their finished ..... So who is making Darth vader ?
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  13. Low594

    Low594 Adventuring Creep

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    If non-Rallyes are included:
    I think gunnerbuck has the Darth Vader! Mines close, but I'm keeping the blue!
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  14. wrk2surf

    wrk2surf on the gas or brakes

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    Im a fan of the white dirt bike too ! You have my dream bike.. Im hoping they will start to surface for sale cheap

    can I ask you why you are not breaking the bike down and doing a full maintenance.. seems like the perfect time to do the motor/ shock/fork fluids ??
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  15. KTM640Dakar

    KTM640Dakar Motorsick

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  16. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Ohw i did so! The fork and shock had a complete overhaul.
    The engine was withinh its limits of the valves, the changed oil looked very good. And on the first engine run it sounded very very nice. Only thing is the carb that part was also overhauled.

    The rear subframe got new coating, the mainframe was still ok.
    The rear fork (whats the right name) was also completly overhauled.
    So in the end i will have a new bike!


    Thar blue one omg!!! But i'm not so keen on all those lethalpowernutricitions..... So no blue one for me
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  17. Lc8grrr

    Lc8grrr Vtwin madness

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    Nice! Any tech info on the paint process? My bike badly needs paint and I have a mate that says he knows what is required for this type of plastic but another opinion would be helpfull. Tony.
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  18. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Sorry,no info about the paint process. This job was done by a local paintshop, with a lot of knowledge on painting PP go-karts fueltanks. Also the shop paints more plastics parts and they did the job nicely (understatement)
    Although the fueltanks had some nasty marks, okay thats what you see directly when fresh painted. Still it look awesome.

    Next step the seat and fairingdesign :evil
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  19. oossie

    oossie Been here awhile

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    Im not satisfief with the oem front bulbs/ lighting

    First i had the idea to put in both bulbs hid's but theres not a quite good solution for it.

    So after some surfing around and changed my goal on low and high beam led aftermarket bulbs and found this one:
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    Because the limited dimensions around the nav tower its i think the best solution....
    Any remarks on this idea????
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  20. Low594

    Low594 Adventuring Creep

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    Mmmm! Nice! I think we need a link!