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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by NSFW, Mar 5, 2008.
What if any were the symptoms leading up to the failure?
He said it just died, like it ran out of gas. Time to carry an extra fuel pump.
100% perfect to 0% instantly....
That's what I was affraid of, I had hoped that there had been some sort of precursor.
Agreed. I will order one next week.
The Facet pump has been almost failure proof.... So Far!
NW: please let us know what's broken on the bike when you find out. I'm guessing it's electrical. If it was gas it wouldn't just die. We all know how a bike starts to spuddor (sp) when you "go on reserve". Could be as simple as a fuse, or the key switch went bad. Mine has been acting up.
Good luck. Stupid orange bikes.......
thanks for the nice pics dale.
i hope everyone made it home safely, if so please try to check in after the ride.
tough luck nw, really a bad day for the 2 super enduros.
more pics and report on the next post.
KTM called and said it was the pump....check this though...the points are new (2500 miles) but the pump won't cycle?.....stay tuned....
I did make it up to myself today.....
Crappy Pic but I didn't get home from the dealer until after dark...
Nice, you don' waste any time.....
Rock store tomorrow??
outside temp when i left the house
i was late, the 640a had a flat tire on the way, turned around, went home, and switched to the xr400
i was 20 minutes late and good that the FFs were still waiting.
the most photographed house on this thread
the lineup, less marty, 8)H, dale, and ryan...all for a big surprise
sergio, ben, and dale
doghouse riley is back after a very long hiatus
mostly oranges and hondas
marty's bike has this neat hand warmer....
nice view of sand canyon road
at the west end of scd
ben was clueless what's ahead
then ryan joined us just to warn us what he already went through
we want to see it for ourselves, so we moved on....
it didn't take us long to give up and turn around
dr after his second stunt, the damage was too costly, and too many to list
no rock spitting for the SEs today
we stopped and planned what's the next move
meantime the super enduro boys was forced to do a tech day.....
you guys are ordering the same part number anyway, and you could save shipping, buy them from ktmhutt
the case cover is magnesium, the shipping weight won't be much, but the brake pedal will be extra.....
dale's timing to install the crash guards was perfect, and lucky enough to save his pristine gs
but the fall strained his muscles, hope you're feeling better now dale.
all of the sudden, out of nowhere, this rider came by laughing at us
the sun was out , and it was really a beautiful day. we want to see dirt...so we headed down to sand canyon to soledad, and hoping indian canyon will be the ticket
the leg didn't bother dale, he wants to ride...
adv hooligans on the move
soledad is a beutiful road, and fast. a tunnel was cut through the rock
Monday?.....gonna rain......?.....must get off the ktmtwins site sheeshh....
smokin loaner bike....:eek1 ....if they gave you one, that means they will keep your se for a very long time........
the fix is simple and you should get your bike soon.
in the parking lot at the bottom of the indian canyon
this time, we had a good start
dr regaining his lost form after being gone for a couple of months
my xr's big brother and dave
bill aka rhinoeatr
soon to be 990lvr
ryan....the new kid in the block, glad to have you aboard..
spafxer prefers the snow patch
sergio having fun on those street tires
after about 200 yards, deep snow.....
is that joel's rear wheel?
yes it is.....
nowwhat making sure no one get stuck
dave is the other rider who never dropped his bike
sergio's bike ran out of juice, and mike trying to revive a dead bike
doghouse could not stop his bike from going sideways
After seeing the pics loaded up the kids and headed up the scd.All i can say is you guys are f king nuts.The black ice near little t was a handful in my 4x4 trk let alone on 2 wheels.Many others must have had the same idea ,not many bikes but lots of 4x4's and in the deep snow sections ruts almost 18 inches deep .Only made up about 2 miles past sitos trail junction the snow just to deep,and the kids startin to whine three failed attempts on one climb and two recues (love them snatch straps)homeward bound.Saw lots of tracks on some of the climbs ,sorry i missed you guys
hmm, I don't know about loaner bike, I'm thinking he got himself a "wedding present".
you start collecting enough stuff NW and you'll have to hire someone to... umm... look after them for you, like Leno does. Let me know, I'll make sure they are all running right for ya. Nothing like "test miles" to work out the bugs.
Awesome pic! Thanks!
We finally gave up, and were riding back down on Indian Canyon... I was feeling a bit cocky as it was starting to look like I would escape the mountain without hitting the ground - then it happened!
I hit frozen mud (slush?) that was weak enough to give away as I was riding on the "dirt" in between the tire ruts. I got too close to one side and it collapsed under me, pulling my front tire left and the rest of the bike right - catapulting me off my bike and into the other rut.
Looks like you guys had fun. I'm out until this head cold is past the point where it might migrate to a chest cold/pneumonia.
get well girl....rest, rest, rest, rest...........