High Fender Pics

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by Dibit, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. Dibit

    Dibit Been here awhile

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    There seems to be bits and pieces of high fender discussion, but no definitive thread that I could find with pics for comparison. Anyone installed these on their bike? As I understand these should all bolt up to the 950.

    Greg's Bike: Touratech High Fender Kit w/ one brake disk removed: $221.40
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    Touratech High Fender Kit: $221.40
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    Pic of the Touratech Kit: $221.40
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    KTM 950 SM Fender: actual availability??? anyone know if this is available from KTM in Europe?
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    edited: Flanny's Bike: KTM 640 Supermotard Fender in Black - approx: $30
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    KTM 640 Supermotard Fender in Orange - approx: $30
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    Another shot of a Supermotard Fender in orange from a 525MXC
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    Carbon-Performance KTM Motard Fender - approx: 139 euros from carbon-performance.com
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    Another carbon-performance pic mounted
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    Both KTM MX/EXC Fender in Black and low stock fender - approx: $30
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  2. Flanny

    Flanny Flanny-it-up!

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    Actually, that's my bike, and it's a 2004 KTM 640 Supermotard Fender
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  3. Dibit

    Dibit Been here awhile

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    Thanks Flanny, fixed that in my post.
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  4. BigMac

    BigMac Been here awhile

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    Acerbis also makes a 'generic fit' mudguard that should be easy to fit on 950, its available in white (paintable) or black and priced under $50USD. Did you happen to get prices of these various options? The Touratech is supposedly something like $225USD. Yes it includes the Y brakeline but still seems waaaaay pricey for my tastes.

    The new 950 SM setup really suits my eye, the low-rear mount mudguard is nice as well to hopefully keep stones from flying back at my shins and prevent mud buildup in skidplate. Unfortunately I doubt that setup will be available from KTM parts dept. for at least another year. Maybe a little surgery to my OEM low-mount can replicate this design?

    So Flanny, how pricey was that 640 SM fender? Just the fender, not brake related items as I am switching to a single front setup much like it appears you have done. Are the cooling slots as large as it appears the 950 SM fender is? Ant regrets or problems mounting or using this fender? Thank you in adavnce for your feedback.
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  5. CaDirtSurfer

    CaDirtSurfer poop

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    Dibit, do you have the web site for carbon-performance? I did a search and cant find it. I think I am going with that fender. My stock fender rubs against my forks even after several attempts to move it out farther. I like that KTM SM fender too, but would assume its not available for awhile.
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  6. Flanny

    Flanny Flanny-it-up!

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    I think the fender was 25 bucks. No cooling slots in the back, but I've had no problems with cooling at all. Mounted right up lickedy-split.
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  7. Dibit

    Dibit Been here awhile

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    edited original post to reflect pricing and link

    http://carbon-performance.com

    Then click on the UK flag for the english web page.
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  8. YOGOI

    YOGOI Prick

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    Very nice site, thanks. Does anyone know if that is a good price for the tank protectors
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  9. Greg Minor

    Greg Minor The Trespasser

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    Man this bike looks fast
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    This is the tourtech kit, sans the other brake line I should have gone with the cheaper route as the brake line kit is where all the money is in the setup I also run the fork Gators from Summer you can see them in the photo
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  10. KTMax

    KTMax Ninth of the Nazgul

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  11. barbasma

    barbasma 100% CAROTONE

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    x dibit

    no parts for SM950... maybe sell on july 2005...

    the HIGH FENDER made with OEM parts (all kit with longer tubes and fork guards) are near 130 euro in italy...

    the TOURATECH KIT is 185 euro...
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  12. Dibit

    Dibit Been here awhile

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    Greg, thanks for the info. Edited in my original post.

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    Barbasma, grazie il mio amico.

    Thanks for the info!
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  13. Greg Minor

    Greg Minor The Trespasser

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    Well since you say so it must be so
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  14. barbasma

    barbasma 100% CAROTONE

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    the 950 is so aggressive and nasty with HIGH FRONT FENDER.... :wink: :thumb
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  15. eugeneorange

    eugeneorange that's gonna leave a mark

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    No, Greg. This is fast.
    (note the tree in the background as a proof that this is REAL :nod )
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  16. eugeneorange

    eugeneorange that's gonna leave a mark

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    Let's try again (below)
    How the heck do I post actual pictures?!?? I used to be able to do it, now I followed the new instructions and I'm using Webshots website, but all I can post is only the link.

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  17. FastEddieB

    FastEddieB Been here awhile

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    Eugene,

    I got aggravated, too.

    On a recent post here about Coco I pasted two links to photos I had over in .mac.

    One posted just fine, one posted just the link.

    If anyone can figure out why, please let me know!

    BTW, back on topic, I received my KTM 640 SM front fender (orange) and my 85SX fork protectors (black). I can post photos of how those look uninstalled if anyone cares. Next trip to N GA they're getting mounted (and one rotor/caliper is getting pulled). If I'm not happy with the braking power I'll have to start looking for the proper crossover brake hose.
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  18. Dibit

    Dibit Been here awhile

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    Post the pics...do you happen to have the part numbers handy? Post those too if you have them.
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  19. FastEddieB

    FastEddieB Been here awhile

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    Here you go. Thanks to Flanny for his input.

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  20. BLUE(UK)

    BLUE(UK) Long timer

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    Hmmmmm.....that looks the same as my 540sxc front fender!!:huh
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