KTM 690 Enduro Scotts Steering Stabilizer Submount and Framebracket

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  1. offworlder

    offworlder Been here awhile

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    After getting beat up for a few thousand km by the "light" front end of my 690, I'm now ready to go with a steering damper. The Scotts seems to be it.

    So (excuse my daftness, but) to clarify, these are simply (custom) risers for the Scott's damper kit ? Or is there some additional/superior functionality that they offer ?

    Thanks.
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  2. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    STRENGTH, Fit, Finish, Looks & custom built to your specs :clap

    I am super pleased w mine :thumb
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  3. Weldit

    Weldit Been here awhile

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    could you explain how you got 4 bolts into top triple clamp ?
    thanks .
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  4. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Rbott countersunk the two rear holes to Bolt his riser to the triple clamp.

    I used long thru bolts in the front holes from my PHDS bar clamp.

    I special ordered my riser mount for added strength :thumb
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  5. Dirtstar1

    Dirtstar1 Human torpedo

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    I've got a Ktm 690 smc. The bike appears to be the same as the enduro except the forks and triple trees are wider. Looking at other web sites it appears the enduro sub mount should fit my bike. How much are they? And how do I get one! Lol
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  6. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    The offset on the SMC is different than the Enduro. I do make a 1" submount for the SMC. Email me here to place an order or if you have anymore questions.

    Ryan
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  7. CanadianX

    CanadianX Oh!? That is deep.

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    Will the damper fit with rox risers?
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  8. Rbott

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    I am sure they will but I don't know why you would use the Rox Risers. The submount kits are available with a 1" or 2" rise built in when using the stock barclamps.

    Ryan
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  9. CanadianX

    CanadianX Oh!? That is deep.

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    I like that I could set the rox semi loose and sit/stand and tug the bar into the optimal position for me. Adjustability is a bonus and more importantly they are already on the bike. :D
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  10. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    The first time you drop the bike,
    You'll be throwing rocks at the rox :deal
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  11. CanadianX

    CanadianX Oh!? That is deep.

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    You did it, your fault for putting a hex on me :lol3 Had a good off a few days ago, couldn't do it on nice soft mud or grass nope crashed in a rock garden of dinner sized plate rocks. Front tire kicked off one rock, bounced into another that rolled out and me and the bike slammed down hard. The bike took it like a champ with the left side bar and foot peg taking the hit. No damage except to the plastic hand guard and the Rox didn't move at all.

    Me, nothing broken but some really good bruised and strains around the shoulder, ribs and hip.
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  12. anybikewilldo

    anybikewilldo adventurer????

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    Looks like just what I'm looking for, for my 2012. What is cost and delivery?
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  13. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    I just PM'ed you some info.

    Ryan
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  14. dunefreak

    dunefreak Been here awhile

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    Thanks again, Ryan! This mount is amazing. The fit is absolutely perfect and looks great. The 2" rise feels much better. I can't wait to try it out.

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  15. mr.cody.daniel

    mr.cody.daniel Mercenary Engineer

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    Still making these? Would love a full kit for an '08 Enduro!
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  16. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    Yes, I am still making them. Sent you info via PM.

    Ryan
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  17. BIG-E

    BIG-E AKA; Mongo-E

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    As soon as I pick up my new to me 2010, this Saturday!!:clap I will be ordering a full set up!

    Ryan, Would you please send me the ordering information? I will need the 2-1/2" rise in the most forward position.

    Thank you very much, Eric.
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  18. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    Sent you a PM.

    All ordering info and pricing is in the 1st post of this thread.

    Ryan
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  19. mezcal

    mezcal Been here awhile

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    Sending you an email right now, very interested :)
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  20. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    I replied to your email....let me know if you didn't get it.

    Thanks
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