What Did You Do To Your KTM Today?

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by DeeGee, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. Hootowl

    Hootowl Long timer

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    I did nothing to my KTM today

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  2. lukeinlondon

    lukeinlondon Been here awhile

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    first day of riding since the accident..got on the new EXC to just 'cruise around the block'..within minutes i was riding on any bit of green i could find on the pavement...good thing this bike is going to kept away from civilisation..we are off to a risky start!

    p.s you can see the bits of green in my last picture a page back..
  3. DesertSurfer

    DesertSurfer Tail sprayin

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    I'd say it looks pretty fine. What trail in this photo?
  4. DARKRYDER

    DARKRYDER NoNoob

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    Which HID kit and headlight housing is this? I just install the Rigid LED fogs on mine and want to convert the headlight to HID. Looks great!

  5. rubRsidedown

    rubRsidedown Long timer

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    THAT right there Mister looks like 45 seconds of fun.
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  6. Orangecicle

    Orangecicle On a "Quest"

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    HellSickle, how do you like that Wolfman tank bag?
  7. Skinner

    Skinner Mr.KTM

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    Installed my Zumo with touratech locking mount!

    I see the gromets and screws that hold the windscreen on is still a pain in the butt, lining those up and finishing that last part almost took as long as the rest of the job :lol3
  8. Hootowl

    Hootowl Long timer

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    The route starts in Madras, goes east to Ashwood then east on Gosner Rd to the John Day River, Painted Hills & back on pavement at Mitchell (hwy 26)
  9. jameslawson

    jameslawson Adventurer

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    Well today I decided to fit the BajaDesigns Squadron LED's. on my 990R

    Gotta say superb quality you get exactly what you pay for.

    Only downside is the fitting instructions are backwards! They tell you to mount the LED's on brackets supplied to the fairing bolts then you find you've gotta take them off to remove the fairing! First thing you must do is bin the instructions.

    The power wires could do with both being 2 inches longer but I managed.

    The result:

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  10. Katoom72

    Katoom72 Been here awhile

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    Practiced clutching wheelies, once i got the hang of it i couldn't stop. :rofl
  11. FakeName

    FakeName Wile E Coyote SuperGenius

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  12. Mr_Snips

    Mr_Snips Husky BRAAAAAAAAP!

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    I flushed the coolant...which requires taking off one tank and the stupid crash bars...seriously fuck the crash bars...that was the worst part of everything was getting that stupid thing back on.
  13. Holaday

    Holaday Man of Leisure

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  14. norm67

    norm67 Adventurer

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    That's not a trail. It's a hi way. Sheesh:1drink
  15. rubRsidedown

    rubRsidedown Long timer

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    FINALLY rode the thing for the first time this season.

    Went great


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  16. EZ300

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    Bought a sheepskin seat cover off craigslist. It's for saddles but works great for the seat.
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  17. zgfiredude

    zgfiredude Old Fart in Training.......

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    Rode it with my wife and daughter.....great day!

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  18. DeeGee

    DeeGee I'm a Yorkshireman thanoz

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    I'd kinda lost my mojo a bit of late, I've only ridden the bike once since returning from Morocco last October. Got busy in the garage the other day though :)

    I replaced front pads, fitted a new rear shock guard (as the tyre had worn through the old one!) and swapped my off road wheels for the road ones. Then went to work on it.

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  19. smitty141

    smitty141 Been here awhile

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    Here's what I did to my new 990 over the weekend..

    Fender extender
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    LED lights on a Twisted Throttle bracket.
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    Slaven's Racing skid plate ($Only $199. bucks).
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    Rear Plate from CJ Designs..
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    Mounted my 665 Zumo, on a Touratech mount, V1 radar on the right, and XM antenna on the left.
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    Smitty:lol3
  20. HellSickle

    HellSickle Scone Rider

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    That's the HID kit from DDM tuning. Those are 5k bulbs. I tried 3k, but found them far too yellow. 5k is a bit blue, so I would suggest trying the 4.5k temperature.

    I used the stock headlight housing. It seems to work pretty well. No doubt that a bigger reflector would improve performance. I would be tempted to try the Euro housing with an H4 bulb on the high setting.

    FedX brought my ScottOiler kit today. :clap I'm going to install it before a long Utah trip that starts on Thursday. Looking forward to no longer having to oil the chain. I already ran the vacuum line when I had the bike apart last time, so installation should be pretty simple. I'm going to put the oiler in the tool compartment under the seat.