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For sale 2010 KTM 690 Enduro R - Outfitted for Adventure.

Discussion in 'Bikes' started by Gregarious, Jul 3, 2020.

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  1. Gregarious

    Gregarious Been here awhile

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    Location:
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    Price: $7,800
    Location: Seattle, WA
    Mileage: 10,600

    The 2009-2011 years of the R model were the hard enduro model with extra suspension travel (275 mm vs. 250 mm).

    Over $6,000 in extras!

    This 690 is outfitted adventure travel and/or rally - complete with HDB (Highway Dirtbikes) Rally fairing. With the 2nd set of wheels it's like 2 different bikes.

    Highlights:
    * Highway Dirtbike Rally Fairing with dual Baja Designs LED lights.
    * Rade Garage 1.5 gal auxiliary fuel tank - increased range to well over 200 miles.
    * Tractive Suspension remote hydraulic preload adjuster and upgraded rear spring.
    * 2nd full set of wheels. Go from street to dirt wheels in 15 minutes.
    * Touratech Stainless Steel Rack

    Full Details of extras:
    Item (retail price)
    * Spare wheelset ($1,000)
    * Wings Exhaust ($600)
    * Baja Designs Lights ($440)
    * Touratech Stainless Steel Pannier Racks ($399)
    * HDB Rallye Lite DS ($390)
    * Tractive Remote Hydraulic Preload Adjuster ($335)
    * Scotts steering damper ($330)
    * Rade Garage Auxiliary Gas Tank ($300)
    * Clean Speed Eng. Brake lever and pad ($214)
    * Wolfman E12 Saddlebags ($194)
    * Stronger Spring (Rear shock spring from stock 8/200 to 90/220) ($179)
    * Flatland Skid Plate ($179)
    * BRP Scotts Submount tower post ($154)
    * HDB Handguards ($150)
    * Euro Tail Kit ($120)
    * Perun Rack ($120)
    * Wolfman Enduro Tankbag ($120)
    * Double Take Mirrors ($96)
    * Hammerhead shifter ($80)
    * Billet fuel filler neck ($80)
    * G2 Throttle Tamer ($80)
    * HDB 3" riser ($75)
    * Rally routing Spiegler brake line (Stock also included) ($73)
    * Shorter side-stand ($70)
    * Perun Reinforced Tank Bolts ($69)
    * Cyclops LED Bulb ($65)
    * HDB Billet 2009-11 KTM Speedo Mount/Protector ($60)
    * HDB Anti-vibe handlebar inserts ($60)
    * Sidestand Switch Bypass ($30)

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  2. AST236

    AST236 Long timer Supporter

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    What street tires are mounted?

    They look very street biased. Are they ok on dirt roads and two track?

    Thx
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  3. Gregarious

    Gregarious Been here awhile

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    Those are the original stock Pirelli Scorpions. I've never used them offroad, but they'd probably be fine on gravel or two track if you didn't push it very hard. Most of the mileage has been on various knobbies.
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