Jeff Slavens sent an add for a KTM 1190 high fender mount. That caught my eye as I had done a high fender mount for my 990 and it worked out well. I received my mount (it is actually produced by Flatland Racing so you could get it there also). Here's a picture of the Slavens/Flatland mounting plate. It consists of a plate, 4 spacers and 4 screws. It also has mounting hardware for a new horn mount since you remove the old horn mount which is attached to the round cover which is bolted to the triple clamp bottom. I am not able to use the horn mount since I have installed Cyclops H11 LED headlights and the new horn mount interferes with their resistor paks. I decided that I would try to adapt the standard old style KTM dirt bike fork guards which had full coverage on the back side. These were used on the 2008-2012 dirt bikes. I ordered a set in white from EBay. Mine were made by Acerbis. These were always a pain to get on/off KTM's, so I always slit the backs with a sharp knife. Doesn't alter their protection capability and makes them easy on/off. You have to trim them in several places to fit them around the low fender mounting points, but I was careful to leave the lower mounting holes so I could fasten them to the fork bottoms using a zip tie on each guard. They are as securely fastened as on my other two bikes. I used Shock Sox to protect the bottom of the fork sliders when they contact the fork guards. These also help keep dirt away from the seals. The fender is a KTM 690 SMC white front fender (part no 7730821000028 ) The brake lines use white plastic cable holders zip tied to the back of the fork guards (no photos of this yet). I'm not sure these are really needed.