KTM 690 Enduro Scotts Steering Stabilizer Submount and Framebracket

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  1. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    You can use PHDS bar mounts or Flexx bars.

    Ryan
  2. alanhuth

    alanhuth n00b

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    Anybody use Twisted Engineering bars with this?
  3. robbyzg

    robbyzg Adventurer

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    inmates,can someone provide dimensions or model of the link arm that is used in this setup?!ive bought Ryans mount but have damper with shorter link arm!sent pm to him also but thinking maybe also one of you guys can help with info!?
  4. paidoutcomes

    paidoutcomes Long timer

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    @Rbott Any chance you have already developed your mount to work on a 2017 Husky 701 enduro?
  5. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    I have modified the frame bracket to work on the 701. I have not done a submount but I have access to the Gatos Bros or Scotts submounts.

    Ryan
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  6. wkennedy1

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    Many thanks to Ryan for this beautiful piece. I installed mine with no problems, once I understood that I had to reverse the arm on the stabilizer, which should’ve been obvious to me, and was, once Ryan helped me out – the same night I received it – complete with pictures! So much appreciated. As pointed out elsewhere, loosening the bolts on the coolant tank on my 2008 made it easier to install the post. It’s a nice, simple, elegant piece that works like a charm with my 1 inch rise and PHDS bar dampers with green elastomers. Couldn’t be happier. It has calmed the steering and vibration to a remarkable degree. I think just as effectively as the Flexx bars on my 450.
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  7. thewozza

    thewozza Adventurer

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    I just installed mine and I have a couple questions. Got a 2017 690 Enduro R, and I bought the 2" riser mount only - I got my own stabilizer locally.

    1) the tower pin looks like it only engages about half of the slot in the link-arm. Is this normal? I can't see how I could have done this wrong. Is this what wkennedy1 is talking about when he says "reverse the arm on the stabilizer"?

    2) I had to remove the soft rubber collar around the ignition switch. It looks like it was just a cosmetic cap, but is there anything else you folks can recommend I jam in there instead? I could cut down the rubber but it'll probably just fall apart after a while.
  8. ramjet

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    Mine only engages about half the slot also but It's never been a problem. I think I split the ruber gasket at the top and trimmed a bit, then tucked it tightly around. Held up very well for a long time. image.jpeg
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  9. fire1998

    fire1998 Been here awhile

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    Are these still available??
  10. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    Yes, they are still available. I offer 1" or 2" rise with or without the Scotts damper. PM or email me to place an order.
  11. Lvlndrider

    Lvlndrider n00b

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    How can I get more information and how to order your parts?
  12. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    All my contact info is in the first post or you can PM me here.

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  13. Anders-

    Anders- 690R

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    @Rbott - is the steering lock still functional after installing the mount around the ignition key? I guess the kit include a longer pin to reach the headstem?

    What’s the price for only the part which goes around the ignition key? (bike is a model year ’12)
  14. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    The ignition switch position is not changed.....steering lock is still functional. Frame bracket is $99.95 plus shipping.

    Ryan
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  15. dragos

    dragos Master of disaster.

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    Do you have a version for the 2019 Enduro R?
  16. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    I have not tested it but I believe it is the same frame bracket...not sure about the submount.
  17. dragos

    dragos Master of disaster.

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    The 2019 upper triple is completely different (but I think the same as the Husky 701), the risers are fixed on the triples with rubber cones.
    So it would need some aluminum cones which would allow fixing stuff compatible with prev gen triples...
  18. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Set up similar to the old 950SE ? :ear
  19. Rbott

    Rbott Been here awhile

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    Closer to the new KTM XC/SX bikes. Best bet right now is to buy the BRP rubber mounted submount and you can use my frame bracket.

    If I had more interest I would make a submount for these new bikes.....would need to have at least 10 sets sold.

    Ryan