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Discussion in 'Parallel World (790/890)' started by a.c.e., Jan 12, 2020.

  1. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Enduro Engineering Skidplate.....Do you have pictures and what do you think?
    Ive been considering the centre stand, are they compatible?
    TIA
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  2. windblown101

    windblown101 Long timer Supporter

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    It's a solid plate, 5mm aluminum. Very good bang for the buck IMHO. I hate spending a lot of money on a part I know is going to look trashy at some point. ;)


    No go on a centerstand though. The mounts for the centerstand are used by the skidplate to take the mounts off the motor.

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  3. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Thanks for that :thumb
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  4. Kinkysmurf

    Kinkysmurf Adventurer

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    I will try off top my head, the stock parts are building up.
    Roughly in chronological order.

    - Pro Grip Foam Rally Grips ( on standard tube)
    - Wings slip on
    - Tripleclampmoto, Sub mount and Scotts Damper ( Very Nice )
    - Anti gravity ATZ-10 ( purchased in OZ)
    - Moto minded, tail end tidy, ATZ- 10 fit kit., ACC pig tails
    - Advcamel, clutch arm.
    - Radguard ( work in progress)
    - Rottweiler Quickflip CRG Arrow mirrors.
    - Vanasche GPS mount
    - PP High Seat ( what a great seat )
    - Rade Garage Screen, Large and Low pegs, Top Plate
    - Haan Rally Wheels 1.85 and 2.5
    - Dirt Tricks Sprockets front and rear 15/45
    - Garmin Montana
    - AXP plate
    - Tripleclampmoto Headstraight ( in the post)
    - Verex de-cat ( in post))
    - Suspension ( booked)

    I like working on the bike nearly as much as riding, just the all the electrics and ABS shit, scare me. Kudos @ramirin

    @windblown101 " I hate spending a lot of money on a part I know is going to look trashy at some point."

    I"m more "I hate spending a lot of money on a girl I know is going to look trashy at some point". haha
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  5. ramirin

    ramirin Ready to push

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  6. TrailTrauma

    TrailTrauma Nemophilist Supporter

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    Or several shots of the bike. I'm interested on feedback and maybe a photo of the Pro Grip Foam Rally Grips. I'm looking at getting the Oury grips but am open to anything which is a bit fatter and something which will help stave off vibration borne arm pump.
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  7. Kinkysmurf

    Kinkysmurf Adventurer

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  8. ramirin

    ramirin Ready to push

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  9. nibby

    nibby Been here awhile Supporter

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    @Kinkysmurf you missed off replacing the stock levers :) - Just installed the Raximo levers tonight - quality levers.
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  10. Kinkysmurf

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    Yes a proper tail tidy is something I'll look at when some options arrive. Happy with my modded oem for now.
    I'm not so interested in new sub- frame. Plan on doing some long rides with luggage.

    In discussion with Ozzy suspension guru, first 790 for him so he is excited. I am taking the bike to him ( 10 hours drive round trip) and he can have it as long as he wants.

    @nibby I am ok with stock levers. Maybe in future but the bike needs attention elsewhere for now.

    And for @TrailTrauma
    The foam grips are the best IMO. Its personal, but the slight bulge in middle sit nice in your palm. A little bigger in Diameter than stock
    ( stock is shit imo for offroad).
    There is reduced vibs and all day comfort. Plus there is very good grip when needed.
    I have neuropathic pain/ numbness in hands. from C6-7 spine fusion ( 3 major surgeries) my neck has a $25,000 titanium plate and screws, so Im farkled on the inside :lol3 I love 'em.

    Got no idea about heating them, not into heated grips.
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  11. a.c.e.

    a.c.e. U Mud, Bro?

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    Thank you for sharing @Kinkysmurf
    Do they (Pro Grip 786) come with glue?
    So you just ripped the stock gums off the tubes?
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  12. [Art]

    [Art] Been here awhile

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    This is my list. I'm sure I left some stuff out. And I'm already at more than €2k in accessories. Jeez.

    Links to shops and cost on this spreadsheet.

    • Heated grips. Tecnoglobe GOLD EVO 130/22mm
    • Throttle tube
    • Brake/Clutch lever - Raximo
    • Bar risers. KTM 7890193934430
    • Kodama fuel tank carbon protections
    • Luggage rack - Perun moto
    • GPS support - Vanasche Motorsports Billet GPS Mount
    • Garmin Support
    • Garmin Montana 680
    • Rear ABS cable protection
    • Motoz Rallz front
    • Motoz Rallz back
    • Enduristan base pack XS (12L)
    • Enduristan Bottle holder
    • Enduristan Blizzard L
    • Rade garage rally windscreen (removed)
    • Dual camera setup-Blueskysea DV688 + GPS
    • Diabolos Vparts M10x150 Téflon noir
    • Bihr LV8 + V supports
    • Insurance card holder. IMC square, black
    • Crit'air holder. IMC circle. black
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    nibby Been here awhile Supporter

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    I sometimes think it would be cheaper to have a crack cocaine habit!! Good thread but can we have more pics please, just to fee my habit!!
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    Already thinking to buy my next bike from spare part list to avoid storing all those unused stock parts :lol3
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  15. 1coolbanana

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    This thread needs more pictures :-)
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  16. Kinkysmurf

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    Like Kinky's having a party pictures. I will take the 790 to stay on topic , a little bit.

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  17. braaap!

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    ^ nice 'tail tidy'... hope they've both been 'de-catted'...

    Geez, thanks for the invite!

    :tb
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  18. kzeb

    kzeb Been here quite some time

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    Oouch... miss 'em old gum trees... :knary
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  19. windblown101

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    Next project...

    15 tooth front.
    47 tooth rear.
    Fresh chain to go with new gears.
    TMD chain guide.

    Thought about doing the swap today but want to lube swingarm bearings while I'm in there so think I'll save it for a day when I have more time. Rushing usually doesn't end well for me.

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  20. TrailTrauma

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    Nice. Do you have a part numbers list while your invoice is handy?
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