KTM 690 Enduro Scotts Steering Stabilizer Submount and Framebracket

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Rbott, Oct 17, 2008.

  1. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    Finally ready to start accepting orders on the Scotts Steering Stabilizer submount and frame bracket kits for the KTM 690 Enduro.

    The kit can be purchased with or without a Scotts Stabilizer and in 1", 2", or 2.5" rise. The kit is a bolt-on with only minor cutting/sanding to the plastic shrouds around the ignition switch.

    Pricing is as follows:

    Mounting Kits only:

    1" Rise-$219.95+Shipping
    2" Rise-$229.95+Shipping

    Mounting Kits with Scotts Steering Stabilizer:

    1" Rise-$549.95+Shipping and Insurance
    2" Rise-$559.95+Shipping and Insurance


    Contact me via email to place an order or to ask any questions.

    My email is here

    Pics of the production version are posted further down in this post.

    The kits are made to order. Expect shipment 3-5 days after receipt of payment.

    Ryan
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  2. Renazco

    Renazco Formerly AKA Boejangles

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    Thanks Ryan, so far the set-up is working great. The pin bracket is a work of art!


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  3. DirtJack

    DirtJack Adventurer

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    Nice! How does the pin bracket attach to the frame or steering-head?
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  4. Gros Buck

    Gros Buck Beef = Packed Vegetables

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    :ear :lurk

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  5. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    That is top secret, buy the kit and you will find out!!! Much cleaner than others that are on the market.

    Ryan
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  6. DirtJack

    DirtJack Adventurer

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    Ok, secret it is. I'm trying to get an idea from the various pics shown of how much rise is provided by the mounting bracket. Is Seth's bike showing the 1" rise? How about James', 2" or 2.5"?
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  7. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    OK, Seth's is actually a little less than 1", I modified an existing submount to work on his prototype set-up. James' is just a little under 2".

    When I do the installation instructions I will try to get a pick of each rise with the stock bar mounts.

    Ryan
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  8. trailtrick

    trailtrick goat trail rider

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    This set up is by far the best scotts mount i ever have o mounth ,i have the 1 inch ,test it this weekend and was just perfect ,have the luxury the go 92.8 mph in a sand wash and take my left hand off the bars for clean my goggles ,very good add to my suspension work ,thanks for the good work ,Javier
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  9. KTM BIGGER

    KTM BIGGER n00b

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    :rofl :clap Cool, cant wait no more, just placed my order from Rbott. Will provide feedback but i am sure the outcome can and will only be good.
    :lol3 :clap :lol3 :clap :lol3 :clap
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  10. mfaoro

    mfaoro Been here awhile

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    I am very tempted. Just curious. How much weight does this add to the bike. Looks like aluminum so I expect theres not much...

    edit: I have never had a stabilizer so I am not sure what to expect in terms of weight etc (though I understand the concept).

    Michael
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  11. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    The weight is a non issue. Total weight with damper is under 2lbs.

    Ryan
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  12. Gros Buck

    Gros Buck Beef = Packed Vegetables

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    I'd like to have the same handle bar adjustment as the OEM. We cannot bring the handle bar closer to the driver with this setup since, it seems, the damper base is bolted with a single bolt (large counter sink). Would it be better to have three straight holes. We could then bolt the handle bar with a very long bolt going through the handle bar clamp and steering damper base ?

    Paul Jr
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  13. KTM BIGGER

    KTM BIGGER n00b

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    Well, i dont know where to start about this product made by Rbott. The machining is phenominal and the workmenship is excellent. I will be fitting it when i get home, cant wait anymore. His stencilling is great on the equipment. What pride he takes in his work. I strongly recommend to purchase from Rbott as the prices are great and the product. What more can you ask for? :D :D :D

    Now go and place your order.
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  14. DirtJack

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    Mine arrived today. Great Job Ryan! Fit and finish are perfect.

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  15. DirtRideRoader

    DirtRideRoader Armed and Dangerous

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    What is that GPS mount attached to?
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  16. DirtJack

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  17. fire_strom

    fire_strom Long timer

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    Any cable routing issues with a stock bar and the 2" riser?
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  18. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    No issues with a 2" riser.

    Ryan
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  19. fire_strom

    fire_strom Long timer

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    Thanks.

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  20. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Ryan is making me a custom 40mm rise. Super Super nice
    & helpful guy :thumb . Im impressed with the Quality, Fit,
    strength & Finish of his products.
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