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Discussion in 'Parallel World (790/890)' started by a.c.e., Jan 12, 2020.
@Orfeas can you comment a little bit on those pegs. I just installed them on my bike. You digging them so far? Do they attenuate the high freq vibes atoll, especially above 6K rpms?
I had these fitted on my 690R initially, really happy with them! I noticed some vibrations on the highway especially when traveling at >6000rpm so i don’t think the elastomer inside the pegs can save this one.
And since youre still talking about it, the OEM filter also has a relief valve and the stainless does not.
Pretty important feature I think
Tall Rally Seat (w/ Orange Stripe)
15T countershaft sprocket
Doubletake ADV mirrors
Motopumps GPS mount (v2)
Amazon kickstand foot extender
Amazon rear spools
Amazon LED combo progressive turn signals and brake lights with custom-built wire loom adapter
Amazon dual USB and voltmeter plug where 12v outlet was
Amazon brass spoke weights
Shorai LiFe battery
Raximo shorty levers
Barkbuster VPS handguards
Scotts steering damper w/ Tripleclamp Moto mount
Tripleclamp Moto clutch and engine covers
Tripleclamp Moto Headlight reinforcement bracket
Suspension 101 custom built forks
Progressive shock spring
Fasst Impact Adventure elastomer footpegs (lowered and rearward)
Aurora Rally Kit
AXP Black skidplate
Arrow mid pipe catalytic converter bypass
Rottweiler Power Plate
Rottweiler Billet fuel outlet protector
Rottweiler Canisterectomy kit
Motoz Tractionator RallZ
Decals: Scrubdesignz x-rut (customized) + mid forks
Nav-Mount: MotoPumps + Garmin Zumo XT
Brake cover: KTM 64113903000
Bar riser: KTM 7890193934430
Seat: KTM 63507941000EB
Clutch arm: Camel ADV 1-finger
Clutch cover: KTM 63512967044
Footpegs: Rade Garage large&low
Spiked Brake paddle: AliXpress 33063139762
Kickstand enlarger: AliXpress 4000138588076
Muffler: Wings slip-on
Tyres: Bridgestone AX41
Rear Sprocket: KTM 5841005104504
Fancy Spoke Tubes (to find the nipples fast): Motea SPX
Rear Bag (daily): KTM 60012978000
Luggage: Enduristan Blizzard + QBag dry roll
Chain Oiler: Berotec Mofessor
Handguards: Cycra Probend CRM Ultra
Front Sprocket: KTM 15T 58033029115
Sprocket Cover: Vanasche Motorsports
Rear Splash Guard: KTM 54606010000
Swingarm Bobbins: KTM 6352995500004
Frame Plugs: KTM 6360398804404A
Levers: Raximo Shorty
Skid plate: Twalcom
Mirrors at handguards
TripleClamp or Camel headlight support
GREAT looking bike mate
Hi mate, looking at 890 ADV R shorty levers and see that you fitted some raximo shortys on your 790.
Can you give us a review on them (any photos) and tell us where you bought them from. Not too many options out there ...
As im located in germany, I got them directly from raximo.de.
I'm not up-to-date with shipping restrictions, but just check your int. shipping rate or try ebay
A review would be a big name for what I can offer, but I can tell the quality is excellent and they suit me very well as I have big hands.
For even better 2-Finger usage (and small hands) you could have a look at these: https://www.wildatheartadventure.co.za/products-twofingerlevers.html
Mine look like this:
Thanks for the photos, they’re a good looking option.
I just purchased my 890 standard and it is a HUGE upgrade from my heavily-modded DR650.
I noticed on this thread that nobody has added crash bars. Even though most of my rides are seasonal/dirt roads, I installed a set of Adventure Spec bars right away.
Doesn't anyone else ever crash?
I am well-quailfied and experienced with and regularly allow my bike to take dirt naps. They don't always go well...
You need to go see a Doktor.. oh wait.
This is a fairly divided subject, I'm guessing most (80%) feel like 790 crash bars either don't work or even do more harm than good, like bending or even breaking mounting tabs. The 950, 990, 1090, 1190, 1290 were designed with crash bars in mind, the 790 not so much.
The other 20% feel crash bars are great and keep things protected, and the weight penalty is worth it.
I have Kodama CF tank guard covers over the OEM plastic tank guards.
The approximately 319 times I have fell over (I'm not I great rider) the guards have done their job and the bike is no worse for the wear.