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KTM 790 Adv accessories, Modifications and Upgrades

Discussion in 'Parallel World (790/890)' started by Migolito, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. TrailTrauma

    TrailTrauma Nemophilist

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    Your feedback and photos are great. The tall seat is avail here on July 27 so I pulled the trigger this afternoon. Hoping it cures the under-thigh pinch points and subsequent neurological deficits.
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  2. chippertheripper

    chippertheripper motorcycle junkie Supporter

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    Let us know how it works out, TT.
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  3. Lill-Erik

    Lill-Erik Adventurer

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    I want to replace my plastic handguards with aluminium ones. Would the cycra probend fit with no interference? I like the mounting option that cycra have going all the way to the barclamps.
  4. factoryphil

    factoryphil Been here awhile

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    i use the acerbis x-factor guards . i have also switched to the OEM 2019 350xcf bend bar . flatter and less sweep in the 4th position , also running a 25mm under mount and the guards just miss .
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  5. fiascoj

    fiascoj Adventurer

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    @r1d3rg652gs Thanks for posting! Any images of how this exhaust interfaces with the OEM skid plate?
  6. Venturer

    Venturer AKA klakeman Supporter

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    $697 including the heel guard heat shield.
  7. r1d3rg652gs

    r1d3rg652gs Tenere700

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    I am not the owner of the bike. Maybe it'd be better to post a comment below the video on YouTube.
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  8. davorallyfan

    davorallyfan Commonist

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    B&B are making a nice plate. Ordered one in black. Good price.
    [​IMG]
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  9. jm65

    jm65 Been here awhile

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    cool :thumbup
    and for maping ? do you test the bike with rade exhaust ? how does the engine work ? thanks in advance
  10. tshansen

    tshansen Been here awhile

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    Just tried out my Enduristan Blizzard’s L without the fairings! And what a snug FIT it is :-)

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    No need for the heatshield, but i had one so i put it on just in case

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    Have to put some of my tools in one of the side bags, but that i can live with! No the widest part of my bike is the tank :-)
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  11. 990s

    990s Been here awhile

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    Have you taken the grabhandles off?
    Thanks for the update on the tire changer! did you try it yet?
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  12. kubcat

    kubcat Been here awhile Supporter

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    Does anyone have an opinion on how easy/difficult it is to use a vinyl wrap material to cover the spoilers? Would it be practical to use on them even with all of the odd angles and openings so that there are no exposed edges and it doesn't unwrap? Since the ADVR tank spoiler plastic is white, I would want to wrap all the way around to the back side. I'm thinking of matte black in this:

    https://www.amazon.com/3M-1080-Black-Matte-Vinyl/dp/B017KSDDDU/ref=sr_1_5?crid=S1H468O4WQ6L&keywords=3m+vinyl+wrap+matte+black&qid=1563974551&s=gateway&sprefix=vinyl+wrap+matte+b,automotive,484&sr=8-5
  13. tshansen

    tshansen Been here awhile

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    No, I used a saw and got rid of them.... :p Gonna change that rear thing anyway, so in the mean time I hade to do a home fix :p I have not used the tire changer yet :-) will keep you posted when I do, maybe make a little video of it :-)
  14. goldneox

    goldneox Been here awhile

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    VERY hard because of the different shapes. I tried and it was a nightmare.
    My advice: ask a Pro to do it..
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  15. 990s

    990s Been here awhile

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    I,m looking for a handlebar with less swipe bachwards.
    Does anybody knows of anything?
    I,m thinking maybe the KTM exc handlebars fit?
    Anyone?.

    Thanks.
  16. Oceandiving954

    Oceandiving954 Been here awhile Supporter

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    I have read the KTM 350 Sxf has the perfect bars you described...cheers..
  17. Brilloman

    Brilloman Been here awhile

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    In your opinion what makes these Anti-Gravity batteries worth twice the price of a WPS lithium-ion battery?
  18. kubcat

    kubcat Been here awhile Supporter

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    or a Shorai LFX12A1-BS12, since I already have a shorai charger that connects directly to the circuit card connector
  19. Smashy

    Smashy Been here awhile

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    What do you think of SW Motech's Nanuk side case system? 880 euros for the two cases, the pro carrier racks, and the rack-to-case adapters. Worth it or are there better options?

    [​IMG]
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  20. ibgary

    ibgary Long timer

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    Hi all.
    Looking for recomendations on peg lowering. About 1" or 30 mm.
    Thanks