KTM 690 Enduro owners show off your bike !

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

  1. ADVTuga

    ADVTuga Paulo Lança

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  2. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Nice Bike thats not cobbled up :thumb
    Me likey :nod
  3. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Did you remove the White Lower Fork Guards :ear



  4. bigborefan

    bigborefan Making new friends

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    ADVTuga, sweet stuff. Pretty gnarly right at the end, no room for error.

    Looks like some good riding in Portugal as well.
  5. GiMoto Canada

    GiMoto Canada KTM Submarine Capt.

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    Money... I never seem to have enought to buy all the toys. I bought a system to keep the bags off that muffler and it never should never have melted, it did. Had to wrap everything in 1500 degree tape and then in asbestos tape.

    The heat produced is amazing, you don't need a stove to cook, it will boil water, cauterize wounds, meld broken plastic or you can use it to beat wild animals to death!

    Will be buying a FMF exhaust once the snow melts. Also need lighting as the stock stuff is worse than using a paper cup and a lighter.

    I love the 690 much more than my 525 but it takes thousands to make it worthy of adventure touring...

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  6. rumpel

    rumpel Been here awhile

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    -KATO- show your bike on front (trailtech lamp and windshield).
  7. Eggman

    Eggman Been here awhile

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    any more information on this topic?
  8. -KATO-

    -KATO- '690R'

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  9. rumpel

    rumpel Been here awhile

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    Thank you :D
  10. FechFech

    FechFech Adventurer

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  11. CHRIS_D

    CHRIS_D Been here awhile

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    Looking good!!

    Where did you find that windsheild for Trail Tech X2? Also is that the HID or halogen version? Is it good light?

    Also is the Safari tank easily removed to revert back to the OEM configuration?:ear I would only want it installed for the long hauls and OEM for the dirt parks.
  12. -KATO-

    -KATO- '690R'

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    windshield was on when i bought it.. the halo lights work well but still looking to upgrade.
    the safari is easy to re-fit once you know how.. found out the hard way after a deep creek crossing a couple of weeks ago..:D
  13. Mudguts

    Mudguts when in doubt GAS IT

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    Some photos of my 690




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  14. ADVTuga

    ADVTuga Paulo Lança

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    My 690R in action

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  15. ADVTuga

    ADVTuga Paulo Lança

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  16. woods wizard

    woods wizard Been here awhile

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    Wow, that looked like a good time. Did the GSA suck up some water? How tiring is it to ride that 690 on those type of trails?
  17. ADVTuga

    ADVTuga Paulo Lança

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    It was a good time , and tomorrow is going to be another ......... take 2 :evil

    The 690 it´s very easy to ride , like a 450 . And i was riding those tpy of trails with a 99o Adventure ......... so , it´s realy easy to me :D

    Yep , the GSA sucked a lot of water , and we had to tow tha sucker out of the trail with a LC8 : :lol3

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  18. wswartzwel

    wswartzwel Unsafe at any speed

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    Couple shots from a weekend ride with my son and some friends.


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  19. -KATO-

    -KATO- '690R'

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    fuggin classic... :lol3:lol3 ...:clap

    great vid Tuga..:evil
  20. ADVTuga

    ADVTuga Paulo Lança

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    One more , riding my 690 :freaky

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