Farkle-GARAGE, list 'em all

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

  1. Orfeas

    Orfeas Been here awhile

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    Here is my farkle list:

    ΑXP HDPE skid plate
    Outback motortek side paniers
    SC Project Titanium exhaust
    Arrow decat
    JMT Lithium battery
    DNA air filter
    Motominded ABS Protection
    HAAN wheelset excel A60/takasago 1.6/2.5
    MotoZ rallyz tyres
    TEKMO carbon engine/clutch cover
    KTM PP Rally Seat
    KTM PP Headlight protection
    KTM PP Orange Fender
    Camel ADV One finger Clutch
    Magura Hymec hydro clutch
    BRP SUB mount
    Scotts Steering Stabiliser
    Fasst Flexx Bars
    Fasst Adventure Pegs
    Barkbusters Handguards
    Perun Moto luggage rack
    Pandora Smart Alarm system
    Cyclop TPMS
    TT folding mirrors
    BRP Chain guard
    Vanasche case saver
    Samco radiator hose kit
    Carbon Fiber rear fender
    Carbon fiber side panel
    Carbon fiber chain guard
    Powercell alloy fuel nipple
    Powercell fuel canister evap delete
    TCM headstraight
    Booster plug
    Supersprox rear sprocket
    JT front sprocket 15t
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  2. windblown101

    windblown101 Long timer Supporter

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    I'll hunt them up and add them once I verify they all fit. I know the 15t front sprocket does as I have the same OEM one off my old 690 on the bike now.
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  3. EvilSteve

    EvilSteve Not so evil, not so Steve. Supporter

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  4. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Power Parts seat is SO worth it :thumb

    Doe anyone stock Cyclops in Australia?

    I wish someone like this existed here in Oz Suspension 101 (@Torque) forks and shock
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  5. a.c.e.

    a.c.e. U Mud, Bro?

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    Some lists here desperately need some bike pictures!

    For example I'd like to see:
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  6. ramirin

    ramirin Ready to push

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    + Carbon Fiber rear fender
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  7. ramirin

    ramirin Ready to push

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    + t-shirt & stickers
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  8. Kinkysmurf

    Kinkysmurf Adventurer

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    Mine must be a Kinky special.

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    ramirin Ready to push

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  10. TrailTrauma

    TrailTrauma Nemophilist Supporter

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    TS .. haha .. what a dick! :photog:photog:photog
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  11. Kinkysmurf

    Kinkysmurf Adventurer

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    One other thing on the bike I forgot. Is it a farkle, I dont know. I plan on doing 3-4 oil changes in the KTM 15,000km service interval.

    So the reusable filter becomes economical and better than paper IMO, got nothing to back that up except trouble free run on previous racebikes in rally situations, 10 -14 hrs per day, for 7 days.

    Scotts make a lot of claims and I'm a believer, but make your own mind up, if its worth it.

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  12. ramirin

    ramirin Ready to push

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    How do you clean it?
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  13. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    With great difficulty and mess IMHO
    I used one for a while but proved too much hassle for no perceived gain, except a couple bucks .
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  14. Kinkysmurf

    Kinkysmurf Adventurer

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    I use to use Kerosene because thats what I had to clean air filter and blow it out with air.
    I dont think its a hassle at all, easier than airfilter to clean.

    Have a read on Micro size and flow.

    @1coolbanana your welcome to your opinion, but how can you perceive any gain ? without oil sample tests or the like.
    That is why I said " I got nothing to back it up but a trouble free run". It cant be perceived.

    Like I said make your own mind up. But IMO they are a quality product.


    Copy from website.

    • Why Scotts is the best:
    • Setting the Industry Standard with Technological advancements in product design
    • 10 Years of Engineering, manufacturing and testing
    • Technical information and assistance available directly from the manufacturer
    • 3 Pleat welded seam (best sealing and strongest
    • Passes ASTMF316 Test for 35 Microns
    • Certified "Bubble Point" testing on media
    • Passes 24 hour chemical resistance test
    • Custom woven media
    • Able to withstand 600 degrees F.
    • Full Flow bypass with progressive valving. No need to disassemble for cleaning.
    • Magnetic pre-filtering (all spin-on models)
    • Will Manufacture Custom Filters for Specialty and Vintage applications.
    • Stocking orders filled WITHOUT waiting for overseas shipments.
    • Sonic cleaning available from the manufacturer
    • Used by the most factory backed riders
    • Labeled "4-Stroke insurance" by MotoCross Action Magazine
    • Rated "9" by Dirt Rider Magazine
    • Given "Full Throttle" rating my Fast By Design
    • Applications for just about everything that rolls, floats or glides across the snow.
    • 100% In-House design and Manufactured in the USA

    Superior Filtration:
    This should be the last oil filter you will ever buy! Made from laser cut, medical grade, 304 stainless steel micronic filter cloth, this filter provides 200% more filter area in many cases. Most good paper filters will pass particles in the 90 to 95 micron range, and some tested, as much as 300 microns. Sand is about 125 microns and a white blood cell approximately 25 microns. Our stainless filter catches items down to 35 microns "absolute", which is about 3 times better than most good paper or brass filters. The pleat seam is welded, able to withstand up to 600 degrees in our filter, not glued, like paper filters.

    Cleanable and reusable:
    Simply remove the filter, rinse in clean solvent and replace it, you're done. The filter can be cleaned with solvent, kerosene, aerosol carburetor cleaner, or any other degreasing agent, even common dish soap. You can even blow air through the filter from the inside out to remove any small particles or cleaning agent from the screen if you so desire.

    Consistent flow under all conditions:
    Stainless steel will stand up to the stress of heat, high pressure and physical handling much better than paper or brass. This filter maintains consistent flow under all conditions including cold start ups and or under extreme heat. A one inch square of this micron filter material will flow 1.9 gallons of 90 weight oil per minute at only 1 psi pump pressure (70 degrees F). Our typical filter size is 30 sq. in. which equals the flow of 57 gallons per minute. Standard paper filters do not flow well when the oil is cold, often causing the bypass valve to open allowing unfiltered oil to enter your engine, uhg!

    Unaffected by Water, Heat and Pressure:
    This filter is capable of withstanding extremely high pressure and flow rates. It is also unaffected by Water, Heat and Pressure, unlike standard paper filter material which swells in the presence of water, closing off filter pores and reducing flow.

    Early Detection:
    By allowing you to inspect the debris that is in the filter you can monitor your engines condition, avoiding minor and or catastrophic failures.

    What is a Micron?
    A micron is one thousandth of a millimeter. That's about .00003937 inches. Fine sand can be as small as 62 microns thick. Our filter will not allow any particle over 35 microns to pass through this filter, that's some pretty small stuff that's being caught.

    So who uses this type of filtration?
    This high tech filter technology is widely used in all types of auto racing including NASCAR, Indy type cars, Formula 1 and in the Aerospace industry where filtration is of the utmost importance.

    Things to think about:
    Next time you are fanning your clutch think about all that tiny debris that is created from the clutch and gears meshing together, spinning around in your motor's vital parts. If you really care about the life of your motor and consider the cost of loss of time associated with a current day 4-stroke motor, then you need one of these filters. It's even transferrable in some cases to your next bike. I used the same filter in my last three bikes, and it's still like brand new, there's simply nothing to wear out.

    Environmental benefits
    In addition to all the other benefits, our filter helps keep the land fills free of old used filters.

    This filter is proudly made in the USA.
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  15. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Yeah, nah :rofl
    I work to microns all day, everyday, so I know what it means.

    Perceived gain?
    Has anyone run a bike for 100,000km of both to compare, no.
    Any worthwhile gains, not measurable, maybe, maybe not.
    Trouble free run is no different to what I can say about using OEM filters so its rather meaningless.

    Environmental benefits :jack
    Pissing around cleaning with Kero is worse for the environment and people than just changing a filter.

    The likelihood of contaminating during the cleaning op is also very high.
    Not a problem for a properly setup race team, but a pain at home.

    The rest of the blurb is advertising fluff.

    Maybe theres a benefit, maybe not, seems like another solution to a problem nobody has.
    I know lots of guys that swear by them but I dont think its worth the hassle and mess.

    Hey, just my opinion, everybody has one, no big deal.

    FYI
    The typical OEM or standard replacement oil filter with cellulose fiber media will trap about 97.5 percent of most particles that are 15 to 40 microns in size or larger.

    .
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  16. Kinkysmurf

    Kinkysmurf Adventurer

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    Thats just dumb.
    If a 100,000km side by side comparision is your test , then nothing passes.

    When I spend $30,000 just to get the start line, do you think, I'm not going to run the best engine protection I can get?
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  17. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    Everything passes, proving nothing.
    Just an example mate, and my opinion, dont have to get your knickers in a bunch.
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  18. Smashy

    Smashy Been here awhile

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    My farkle list isn't as impressive, but here it is:

    motominded gps mount (I actually plan to mount my camera on it)
    x-grip phone mount (cheap no name from aliexpress)
    windshield extension (cheap no name from amazon)
    swingarm spools (aliexpress)
    flap crap (aliexpress, has yet to arrive)
    perun tail rack
    sw motech pro side carrier
    sw motech trax ion side cases
    ktm powerparts 37L drybag (also got a kriega us-30 but mainly use it on my other bike)

    Stuff I intend to buy soon:
    ktm powerparts tank bag
    kickstand foot enlarger
    rotopax mount for the sw motech rack

    That's about it.
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  19. CaseyB

    CaseyB Adventually Supporter

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    I love a good micron argument

    I like to reuse oem.
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  20. 1coolbanana

    1coolbanana Long timer

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    No arguments, just different points of view :beer
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