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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by PerazziMx14, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. PerazziMx14

    PerazziMx14 Adventurer

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  2. Harley Beemer

    Harley Beemer Adventurer

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    Lance,

    Big dif between these bikes.

    Go over to ktmtalk and read the specific forum. Sign up and post your question there too.

    Good luck.
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  3. gatorgrizz27

    gatorgrizz27 Been here awhile

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    Start with the fuse, then check power to your switches.
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  4. DangerDane

    DangerDane Adventurer

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    Check out the wires that run back to the tail light bikes vibrate, a lot and at the body and sub frame the wires ware down that's what happen to mine. Get some zip ties so wires aren't lose and I drilled and made some cuts on the plastic so it wouldn't rub.
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  5. mmrevolver

    mmrevolver Adventurer

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    Whatever model you have, if it's got an LC-4 motor all models have more in common than not. I've got a 1995 Duke 1, same motor as yours and there's no better site than this one for practical information to keep an LC-4 happy. They do shake the connectors, start there and see if the problem isn' t obvious. Read the information on the KTM LC-4 on this site. It's the BEST anywhere.

    Parts are actually pretty easy to get, best to have the KTM part numbers, always order OEM stuff online cause no dealers IME, have any parts stocked anyway. I have a few of the 95 model year manuals, PM if interested.

    Mike
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