Aussie 1090/1190/1290 owners thread.

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

  1. bigborett

    bigborett Hipster

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    55k. Can't say that i have measured them, but they are pretty well stuffed.
  2. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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    Fitted TCM dampner mount kit etc too 1290,very well made and seamless install 15586908930221422733881424951797.jpg
  3. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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  4. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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    Not used too the apex adv style bike's but very happy so far.
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  5. Chris C

    Chris C Adventurer

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    Hi gents,
    I have a '16 R model with about 16000 km on the clock, the rear sprocket is starting to look a bit sorry for it's self, any recommendations for replacement along with chain. I am happy with the gearing so could just buy stock from KTM but would prefer to spend hard earned cash elsewhere for a change :roflAny recommendations appreciated.
  6. Toejamii

    Toejamii Still Learning

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    HI Chris C , i recon you cant go past a supersprox but there not cheap but good longevity IMHO
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  7. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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    Had the alloy bashplate from ktm when I got bike but still seems brake/gear shift bit open for a bend,got this ktm matt bashplate few years ago for the se that seems too fit up with some small mods,All oem brackets etc will be std
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  8. Shroza

    Shroza Adventurer

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    hey just curious? Is the 38F and 42R your tyre pressures?
  9. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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    @Shroza all depends on what sort of riding you're doing and what type of tyre.
    I never go over 36 F regardless of the tyre, 38 R solo riding and 42 loaded or with a passenger.
    For dirt riding with a pair of Motoz GPS or Adventures I run 32 F 34 R.
    You can go lower but it compromises on road stability, I'm lazy though and can't be bothered letting down, then pumping up tyres, so I find 32/34 a good balance.
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  10. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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    Previous owner wrote that,I got motoz desert rear and tubed mitas E13 front both at 25psi and very happy with combo.
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  11. wairau

    wairau get in behind!

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    that speaks to me, that does.
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  12. Briggsy_1

    Briggsy_1 Been here awhile

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    I run 26 psi in my Motoz Rallz rear based on advice from Rob Turton. He suggested that PSI for the Motoz 150 size tubeless tyres gave the best balance between grip and wear. Obviously biased towards dirt.
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  13. Chris C

    Chris C Adventurer

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    Skirting on the edge of dangerous territory as with oil questions
    Nick Sellick from Maschine advised that on a 1190r like mine with moto Oz front and rear 28psi is a go to.
    I can say that I have had no problems with this, just the annoyance of the low pressure warning every time I start up Combined with the illegal warning from the off-road dongle, real first world problems...
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  14. Briggsy_1

    Briggsy_1 Been here awhile

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    I only mentioned Rob's name and advice because he was probably one of the first to sell and fit the Motoz adventure range when he owned Tyres For Bikes, and he has been the tyre fitter at all the KTM Aust rallies. Definitely trust his opinion on all thing tyres :-). That said, I don't doubt the value of Nick's opinion either :thumbup
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  15. jcde

    jcde n00b Supporter

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    Hey guys, just bought a 2014 1190 EDS, first ride out today, broke the shaft in rear shock. Is there any aftermarket options or am I up for a new WP?
  16. Wodger63

    Wodger63 Long timer

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  17. BarKerKTM

    BarKerKTM Adventurer

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    Wow, there'd be aftermarket but maybe getting the original rebuilt may be an option... Have to ask tho, how did it break ?
  18. mcguyver

    mcguyver Long timer

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    Hmm broken shafts seems to be a thing. I broke mine about 8 months ago. Did the Wilbur’s replacement. Works great.
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  19. johnno950

    johnno950 Long timer

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    Bit of work in progress on bike ,mounted set of BD S2 lights and got suspension tuned/off road tyres etc ,big mumma only scares 3/4 of a f#%k out of me now
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  20. wairau

    wairau get in behind!

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    anyone running a 44t rear and if so, where'd you get it from?
    (1090r)
    cheers