KTM 690 Enduro owners show off your bike !

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

  1. jaar872

    jaar872 n00b

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    hello thanks for sharing, quick questions : how did you manage to install the computer gauges ( RPM/speed) using the trail tech X2 head ligth?

  2. jaar872

    jaar872 n00b

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    hello the bike looks great!!
    quick question how did you manage to install the gauges ( RPM/ speed "computer") using the X2 Torch Halogen

  3. jaar872

    jaar872 n00b

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    great bike! where can i get those headligth?
  4. gbx2001

    gbx2001 Geophiz

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    Google "Lynx Fairing" or "Brittania Composites" and you will find this fairing (with headlights).
  5. Canadian_Bacon

    Canadian_Bacon Been here awhile

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    Hi there, I know this is a bit off topic but i will buying a 690 enduro r in the up coming weeks and am curious if Sw motech makes a luggage rack for for the trax quick release panniers. Does anyone know?
  6. Brunosk

    Brunosk Adventurer

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    I know, poor quality of picture, but somehow I like it...

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  7. Woundflatout

    Woundflatout Been here awhile

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    Curious about your light mounts... Can you provide details? Any radiator contact...etc.

    Thanks in advance!

    Cheers,

    Jason
  8. Brunosk

    Brunosk Adventurer

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    Here are 2 more views of my LED's installation. No radiator nor fairing contacts, all OK so far...

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  9. Woundflatout

    Woundflatout Been here awhile

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    Very tidy. Very nice solution. Thanks for the pictures. Did you fab that?
  10. Brunosk

    Brunosk Adventurer

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    I did, but must say I found the original idea somewhere in the forums, unfortunately can't remember who it was from:(:
  11. Raceforever

    Raceforever Adventurer

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    Very nice!!!!

  12. Brunosk

    Brunosk Adventurer

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    Raceforever, am I right to guess that you know very well where my fairing comes from ? :wink:
  13. RoteEddie

    RoteEddie Been here awhile

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  14. Noyah

    Noyah poser

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    Up we go :)

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  15. allroadrider

    allroadrider Been here awhile

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    Hi I just installed a ralley raid skidplate & centerstand combo that I purchased from an inmate it went on with no issues. My question is how can one use the built in tank, from what I can make out their isn't any way to remove the tank and use the contents without removeing the whole assembly.

    .HELP
    Allroadrider

    2011 KTM690
    2009 BMW F650GS twin
    2009 Kawasaki ZG1400
  16. RoninMoto

    RoninMoto Wanderer

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    The oldest version of the tank doesn't have a petcock. the newer ones have a petcock so you can drain what ever you have in it out the bottom. I'm sure RR would sell you just a new tank.
  17. ramjet

    ramjet Long timer

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    But I don't, Brunosk. Where, my friend? Where?:ear:D Very nice setup! Any photo of full side view?
  18. Brunosk

    Brunosk Adventurer

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  19. dirty_sanchez

    dirty_sanchez Dirty_Sanchez

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    Get on the part fiche for the '07 640Adventure on the fuel tank parts page and order up a complete crossover petcock. It's part number 3 (pn. 58507003200) along with a few other nick nacks. I'm sure you could source a generic petcock which would work just fine as well.

    Dirty
  20. RoninMoto

    RoninMoto Wanderer

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    the old tanks don't have inserts to screw the pet cock to. I'm not sure if the plastic would hold.