950 Super Enduro "Quick Question(s)" Thread...

Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by WARRIORPRINCEJJ, Jun 20, 2010.

  1. SpeedyR

    SpeedyR SE in the SE

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    that was probably me with the carb o-ring info.

    I have caps on both of mine and the o-rings are the same size.

    I don't recall off the top of my head what size I got but they did work, however they were not the exact correct size. I may try to go back and get the right sized ones next go around. I'm going to be tearing into it again in the next week and will update what I find with regards to sizing and parts. I ordered a Kawasaki float bowl gasket and will see if its the correct size for the 950 carbs.
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  2. oldfuddy

    oldfuddy Long timer

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    Carb inlet and vent o-rings
  3. BK.RD.RNR

    BK.RD.RNR Torque Stick

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    Can anyone tell me where to find an electrical switched circuit under the seat.

    I'm installing an Eastern Beaver 3CS kit, and would like it switched if possible.
  4. Boatman

    Boatman Membership has it's privileges ;-) Supporter

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    You could tap into the ACC2 fuse.
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  5. veetwo _tls

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    TrailTech Voyager Pro optional Light DashBoard / Idiot lights ?

    Has anyone gone to there Trail tech voyager pro solely as the main dash ?

    what are the wiring codes on the AU/UK model 950SE for the individual optional warning lights

    first 4 my main ones i'm after

    High Beam -
    Fuel -
    Neutral -
    Oil -

    Indicators -
  6. Chalk

    Chalk Been here awhile

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    Thinking it’s time to do my water pump seal and bearings. I know Alon is working on a upgrade but does anyone know anything about the kit being offered by team Tsunami racing?
  7. veetwo _tls

    veetwo _tls RENOVATIO:

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    veetwo _tls RENOVATIO:

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    Who still makes pannier racks for soft luggage & rotopax for the 950SE ?

    Sent message to Boatman waiting on reply just looking for other options sellers
  9. SpeedyR

    SpeedyR SE in the SE

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    I know this is a long shot but does anyone have a photo of the rear hub without bearings installed on the brake side?

    had a bit of an "incident" while riding the KAT (Kentucky Adventure trail) last week with the rear wheel and trying to figure out how much damage I did as well as what I need to remove to get a better idea of if the hub is trashed or just the bearings.

    I'll start by cutting out what I hope is the outer race and then see what's in there.. the spacer and inner "tube" spacer are both shot.
  10. SpeedyR

    SpeedyR SE in the SE

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    Photo of said f-up. 076DEF42-B785-4952-AF32-CA89919EB272.jpeg
  11. Maoule

    Maoule Long timer Supporter

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    Kinda hard to tell...did the snap ring come out ok?
  12. Maoule

    Maoule Long timer Supporter

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    Maybe this will help?
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  13. Maoule

    Maoule Long timer Supporter

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    And this: IMG_6349.jpg
  14. Maoule

    Maoule Long timer Supporter

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    Ain’t that some shit...looks like they don’t sell the hub separately, which you probably already know. Dont know what your budget is but the complete rear wheel assm is $647 at ktmpartshouse.com
    I take that back...Babbits has the hub complete for $233
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  15. SpeedyR

    SpeedyR SE in the SE

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    in two pieces. :(

    I've got parts 5 and 6 out now, but the outer race of #4 is still in there. put some PB Blast on it overnight and will dig into it more tomorrow. so far it's not too bad, but getting the race out will be difficult. there's no real edge any more to grab with anything. I've got slide hammer and a few other bits that usually do the trick on stubborn bearings but usually there's an inner race to grab. :oscar

    might be able to salvage the hub but concerned with the outer bearing surfaces.
  16. Helibee

    Helibee Been here awhile Supporter

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    If you have a tig machine, run a couple opposing beads on the race and it should fall out. Works great on pressed neck races too.
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  17. Boianovich

    Boianovich Old and Cautious

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    I've cut races out with a Dremal and cutoff wheel. They are hard enough that if you get mostly through it, a couple strikes with a small, sharp chisel does the trick.

    Good chance you'll nick or cut a little into the hub, but it it shouldn't compromise holding force on replacement bearing.
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  18. Bearded Hooligan

    Bearded Hooligan Moto Addict

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    The support brace on my Safari tank has bolt that is just spinning the brass insert. What methods would you recommend for removing this bolt and putting in a new brass thread once removed? Obviously without damaging the tank.
  19. godwinmt

    godwinmt They call me Crash

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    can you grind the bolt head off then extract the remaining bit and insert once you have it off with better access? keeping it cool is the hard part...

    Once it's off, McMaster etc. have expanding nutserts you can use.
  20. LocuL

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    if it fails the tanks are weldable