KTM 690 Enduro owners show off your bike !

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by ADVTuga, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. MeinMotorrad

    MeinMotorrad Long timer

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    That's the right way for Scorpions, the fronts do look weird - like they'd force water to the centre.
  2. MeinMotorrad

    MeinMotorrad Long timer

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    Previous page :deal
  3. goosecreek

    goosecreek Waiting for spring

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    Great idea with the otter box . I am off to the store:D
  4. christian

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    Sorry right side... I guess I need to dig/look previous posts...
  5. christian

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    For the rear bolt at the engine support, did you use just a longer bolt with spacer compared to the fancy RR bolt?
  6. DrtSqtr

    DrtSqtr Been here awhile

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    here are a few pics. i used a piece of aluminum and bent it in the shape of a J for support. the left bolt goes straight into the frame mount and the right bolt goes to the front radiator mount. I used a T bolt on the right side to mount the aluminum support.

    the pic of the back of the otter box was taken while mounted on the bike so the camera is under the box pointing up.

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  7. christian

    christian Long timer

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    thanks
  8. goosecreek

    goosecreek Waiting for spring

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    +1 thanks DrtSqtr
  9. Noyah

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    acra ftw :norton

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  10. Noyah

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    My bike didnt like the guy behind me and desided to throw it in his face, plus some yarn lol
    I cant seem to keep the rivets when i have motard setup :freaky
  11. BygDaddee

    BygDaddee Where do I get a pie

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    I've never heard of them coming off

  12. Madimax

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  15. shipwrek12001

    shipwrek12001 Shipwrek

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  16. gondolf

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    here a new site an my webpage with some details
    http://tagesbruch.de/technik-690r.html

    And a few day before we made this video
    Filmed from theFreeride, change on the 690er at 07:09
    Funny at 10:55 !!!

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  17. The Rolling Hobo

    The Rolling Hobo Been here awhile

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    Here's my new K13. Nothing much updated yet. The EVO 1 airbox, OSCO and GL Fandango tank bag.

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    The OSCO. See it?

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    A very unfinished cockpit.

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  18. CordR

    CordR Been here awhile

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    Krs6, welcome to the club. Let the farkling begin.
  19. CordR

    CordR Been here awhile

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    Quick (and possibly ignorant) question for those that have gone low fender.....


    I have the fender and the RR mounting kit. Haven't really looked at it closely yet. Does taking the stock fork protectors off or adding the low fender require the wheel coming off? I don't have my bike with me at the moment but I'm guessing to remove the stock protectors it's the 3 bottom bolts off. Then did people cut the plastic or is it a wheel removal?

    Going for my first real DS dirt ride of the year this weekend and have limited time for anything other than basic tweaks.

    thx

    Cord
  20. LukasM

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    The 2008+ KTM offroad protectors are a pain in the ass to remove because they are closed in the back, unlike the older ones. You would actually have to remove the wheel and drop the fork tubes down from the triples as you can only slide them up.

    Easier solution is to just cut a slit in the back, they will still be rigid enough like that or you can also use a zip tie to keep them closed. Some of the aftermarket guards like Polisport even have a built-in strap to do so.