Aussie 1090/1190/1290 owners thread.

Discussion in 'Australia' started by ozzieadventure, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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  2. ktmgeoff

    ktmgeoff Remember it's not a race!

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    Come on now, don't you realise this is a game changer....:lol3
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  3. Hopey

    Hopey Hopey

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    Very interested
    Especially going out to the Simpson by myself
    Hopey
  4. explodingmouse

    explodingmouse Been here awhile

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    Might be interesting as you can switch it on and off at the bars , emergency only ?
  5. BarKerKTM

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    That is not a cheap 'for emergency only' use :)

    Handy setup, but for the cost I'd prefer to turn around and try again..
  6. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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    This turned up yesterday.
    I had a few dings in the OEM wheel and it wouldn't hold air for more than a day or so dropping from 36 to 20 psi.
    I didn't want to fit a tube so I went with a FaBa wheel from Hartl Racing in Germany. FaBa wheel.JPG
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  7. Toejamii

    Toejamii Still Learning

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    Looks good Wodger, I ended up getting a 1.85 inch width rim from ashes wheels using my old hub . It was a huge improvement off road but I have a tube in it. What was the approx cost of the faba ?
    Tip for anyone using a tube make sure you get rim locks on the tyre. these things have so much stopping power I tore the valve stem off the tube . lost air in a real hurry :yikes
  8. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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    @Toejamii depending on which way the AUD is swinging, around $1100.
    A side note, I was going to pay with PayPal but it was an extra $100 over doing an international bank transfer.
    Also after discussion here in another thread I was expecting to pay GST but I picked it up from the Post Office, drove away, no more to pay. :-)
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  9. johnno950

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    Gents saw motoz brand tubes in adv mag with offset valve spuds,can these be fitted and leave oem tubeless band on without any problems ?,thanks
  10. Briggsy_1

    Briggsy_1 Been here awhile

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    This nice bit of kit arrived from the US today. After breaking the stock pedal I wasn't keen on spending $200 on a genuine cast alloy garbage replacement that I would probably bend/break again so went with the billet aluminium number from Clean Speed. Very nicely engineered. 20190509_173557.jpg 20190509_173015.jpg 20190509_173030.jpg
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  11. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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    Do you have a link @Briggsy_1 ?
    I bent up my 1190 one back when I had it, wouldn't mind one for the 1090 before I do the same thing.
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  12. Briggsy_1

    Briggsy_1 Been here awhile

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    I got mine from Rocky Mountain as they had the best postage but you can buy direct from Clean Speed. Price takes your breath away when you convert it and you have to buy the foot pad separately
    https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/parts/clean-speed-brake-pedal-p

    Lifetime warranty is a plus.
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  13. Dukehunt

    Dukehunt Lost in Translation Nev 2.0 Super Moderator

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    Bikersjery have the OEM pedal for for $130..
  14. Briggsy_1

    Briggsy_1 Been here awhile

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    Not bad if you didn't have to pay $30 postage and possibly GST..and then still end up with something that will likely bend with the first bump :(
  15. Dukehunt

    Dukehunt Lost in Translation Nev 2.0 Super Moderator

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    You need a weak point somewhere...problem is there are no cheap parts for the big Kato's
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  16. bigborett

    bigborett Hipster Supporter

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    Well it looks the big girl is due for new disks.
    Not cheap.
    Anyone got a good vendor for Galfer or Braking?
    Don't want cheap disks, just good ones at a cheap price.:-)
  17. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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    ^^^
    You wouldn't try Metal Gear?
  18. bigborett

    bigborett Hipster Supporter

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    Tried them once years ago. Not again.
    They may be better now though. Any experience?
  19. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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    Nah mate, only ever bought brake pads and sprockets.
    Just had a look at their web site, no discs listed for the 1X90's.
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  20. wairau

    wairau get in behind!

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    how many kms to wear em out?