KTM 640 Adventure owners, sign in please...

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by creeper, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. SaharaJp99

    SaharaJp99 Been here awhile

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    Hello everyone,

    Just picked up this gem

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    Pretty decent shape, have all the service records, miles are a tad high, but she runs like a top!

    Anyways, I'm curious if anyone has any lowering links sitting around. I only have a 28" inseam, and it is manageable but barely. I'll probably get the suspension lowered eventually, but it was just gone thru and don't want the extra expense at the moment. I have my 250 exc for gnar single track warfare, this is just going to be a commuter/dual sport/camping rig, so the links might work.

    Send me a pm if you have some to sell. Thanks!
  2. LoneStrom

    LoneStrom Been here awhile

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    What timing!

    I just picked up an 07 with Kouba links and I'd like to get a set of the OEM links to raise it back up a tad.

    PM sent!
  3. KTM640Dakar

    KTM640Dakar Motorsick

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  4. MCLARDIE

    MCLARDIE Adventurer

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    Couple of pictures of my mates 640 and my white one
    Cheers
  5. MCLARDIE

    MCLARDIE Adventurer

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  6. Tutaki

    Tutaki Warburton Hillbilly

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    Need a bit of help. I have just replaced my fuel pump and the over flow is pushing out fuel. When the bike is running I have put on new vacuum line. No other changes. What could it be? Is it a known problem, can anyone help Cheers Peter
  7. mountaincadre

    mountaincadre Been here awhile

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    MMMMMMMMMMM, if only my 640e looked like that.
  8. ChuckHazzard

    ChuckHazzard Registered Lurker

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    Just took mine out this past weekend for some riding.

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    Heck of a trail bike even if it is heavy.

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  9. Baja Dad

    Baja Dad Long timer

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  10. liferider

    liferider Never It's enough

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    I'm trying to figure out how fun would be to return all the parts to the original bikes.... :lol3

    Never know before about someone who owns 3 mighty 640ADV... that's heaven :D

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  11. wrk2surf

    wrk2surf on the gas or brakes

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    all those shots of the bikes sitting makes me think an action shot is needed

    Baja rally Oct 5-6 2013

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  12. liferider

    liferider Never It's enough

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    ^^^^^^^^
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  13. Earthscape

    Earthscape Have ya got a helmut?

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    Did you replace it with the OEM vacuum fuel pump? Not a known problem that I have seen.
  14. mountaincadre

    mountaincadre Been here awhile

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    MMMMM I covet your bike.
  15. Yooper_Bob

    Yooper_Bob Long timer

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    How do you keep your boots so white? :D
  16. shiryas

    shiryas Dragon with matches

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    My 07', you might notice it looks a lot like one of BajaDad's 640's, as a matter of fact, real similar, right down to the serial number . . .


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  17. Baja Dad

    Baja Dad Long timer

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    I miss that bike !!!!!
  18. rob748

    rob748 resident alien !!!!

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    traveling somewhere :)
    anybody have an 05,06,07 for sale
    mines missing and l dont think they will find it :((((
  19. skibum69

    skibum69 slave to gravity

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    That sucks large, good luck
  20. Tutaki

    Tutaki Warburton Hillbilly

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    Yes I put in a Mikuni DF52-136 31 litres per hour The only difference between the one I took out is the new one has a dual outlet. I have blocked that up. As I was advised to do. It is pushing out a bit of fuel and air The float height is OK
    I am at a loss what to try next?