KTM 950/990 Adventure owners show off your bike

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by dgrs2, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. vfrpilot

    vfrpilot Stress Relief Rider

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    this is my 990
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  2. ciedema

    ciedema мотоциклист

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    Does anyone else think an Adventure with its tanks off looks like a dog that is shaved for the summer?
  3. Qwik

    Qwik Adrenaline Addict

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    Auxiliary lights are IMO an absolute neccessity. I dont even need my factory lights when I turn these on.
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  4. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    HID's, no need for anything else :D

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    After

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  5. Katoom119

    Katoom119 Mmmm....Orange Kool-aid

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    +1

    Everytime I think about getting AUX lights I find something else to spend the money on. I don't really need them after I went to HID's.
  6. BrooklynOffRoader

    BrooklynOffRoader Concrete or the Dirt.

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    Luckily I bought this the day before hurricane Sandy hit from a guy in Atlantic City. The other bikes in his shed all suffered salt water damage. 1040 miles on this baby. Still like new.
  7. jerdog53

    jerdog53 Crop Dusting Everywhere

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    :clap
  8. Dr LC8

    Dr LC8 ...soon or later

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    Nice Bike!!!!

    Nic
  9. FtheRedSticker

    FtheRedSticker Adventurer

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    That's some seriously low miles. Good find!
  10. Blur

    Blur Gone.

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    HELL YEAH!! Nice!! :clap
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  11. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    I read the "no need for anything else"
    and in the first photo was a GS.. and it was gone in the 2nd photo.

    I didn't realize it was about headlights :rofl

    :freaky

  12. Qwik

    Qwik Adrenaline Addict

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    Nice catch Geek
  13. jerdog53

    jerdog53 Crop Dusting Everywhere

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    The GS is on the trailer where it belongs...:deal
  14. kamanya

    kamanya Andrew to most

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    As you should....

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  15. HellSickle

    HellSickle Scone Rider

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    In the *caged* trailer? Must be one savage bike.

    HID question: The standard US headlight is two bulbs. Is one high beam, one low beam? Or is one of them a running light.

    After installing a few of the DDM hi/lo HID kits, I'm not keen on the "wobble" the bulb has in the socket, but I am keen on the light output.

    Which way should I go for an HID conversion? Euro headlight assembly?
  16. Katoom119

    Katoom119 Mmmm....Orange Kool-aid

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    Yes, the US and Euro headlight assembly has one light for low, one light for high. The difference is that the US has only one light on at a time; either the low or the high beam. The Euro light has one or both lights on; the low is always on and the high beam turns on to add to the low beam, not to replace it. Also the way the reflectors are shaped is different and the pattern of light is actually better. Personal experience.

    I have HID50's in my Euro assembly and haven't noticed any "wobble". Wish the ballasts were a bit smaller and the wires a bit shorter so I can shoehorn them into place easier but all in all I'm very pleased.
  17. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Dont know what the US setup is.
    Mine is a Euro headlight, high is H3, low is H7.
    Both are 55W HID slim digital, not DDM.
    It also has a little 5W running light.
    No wobble, perfect fit.
    Best $85 I ever spent............apart from the 220W of HID I put on the GS :rofl
  18. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Euro with HID

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    All fits very nicely

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    Right here

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  19. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    I'm not sure that this is correct.
    My understanding is that the US light has only a pilot up top. It is a dual filament main bulb.
    The Euro light has separate bulbs up high and down low.

    A graphic I made a few years ago that has been posted in the HOW. This is my US light on the left and my Euro light on the right:
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    Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    :freaky
  20. Qwik

    Qwik Adrenaline Addict

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    As far as I know Thats dead on Geek.