KTM 790 Adv accessories, Modifications and Upgrades

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

  1. kubcat

    kubcat Riding is Eudaemonic Supporter

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  2. Megalodon

    Megalodon n00b

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    Hi this is what i got from Bosley:
    need know:



    - position

    - size

    - surface

    - destination country



    I'm from Czech Republic (Europe) we here use metric system.



    -20mm low = 175-185cm

    -30mm low = 185-195cm

    -50mm low = +195cm



    if you have big foot I recommend you -20mm back



    + strandard size is little bit bigger as genuine = this size pegs good if you riding on street and use low type (to not scratch asphalt)

    + rally size if you riding in standing

    + XL size if you have comfortable big pegs... (not good for LOW position HARDCORE riding in forest)



    if you choose -30low standard base thickness is 4mm

    But also I can offer you 8mm base plate look at photo

    as bend prevention if you

    - heavy

    - fall often

    - jump on bike



    If you choose -30low footpegs I recommend you also lower brake tip



    =====BRAKE TIP=======

    1) A-shape (triangle) -20mm low; raw/polished = PRICE 250CZK/pcs

    2) A-shape (triangle) -20mm low; color = PRICE 300CZK/pcs

    3) B-type -20mm low; raw/polished = PRICE 350CZK/pcs

    4) B-type -20mm low; color = PRICE 400CZK/pcs

    (all new type with reinforcement 2x2mm material thickness)



    I must warning you if you choose 8mm base plate I recommend you 53mm long TIP (check photo) take space from side.

    For gear pedal longer it with rubber hose



    Verified model:

    499 EXC

    500 EXC

    520 EX

    525 EXC

    530 EXC

    690 SMC

    690 Enduro R

    790 R

    950 R Super Enduro

    990 Supermoto

    990 SMT

    990 Adventure

    1090 Adventure

    1190 Adventure

    1290 Super Adventure R



    (KTM genuine pegs ID Nr. = 78003040050, 78003041050) or similar...



    If you not sure send me photo your pegs (or look at attached pitcures)



    here details for order



    Position pegs:

    1) -15low

    2) -20low

    3) -30low (also possible 8mm thickness Surcharge +250CZK)

    4) -20low / -20back

    5) -30low / -20back (also possible 8mm thickness Surcharge +250CZK)

    6) -50low (Surcharge 8mm +350CZK)

    7) -50low / -20back (Surcharge 8mm +350CZK)



    Toothed platform:

    I.) Standard size = 92x54 (1880CZK/set)

    II.) Rally size = 115x54 (2150CZK/set)

    III.) XL size =130x70 (2400CZK/set)



    Surface finish:

    1) RAW for free (0CZK/set)

    2) Polished surface +150CZK/set

    3) Color RAL +250CZK/set (extra waiting 1-2 days)



    Transport on request:

    - ZIP code

    - Town

    - phone (if order valid - for UPS, FedEx or GLS courier)



    post = 600CZK / 1kg (delivery 2-4weeks)

    GLS = 1000-1100CZK / 1kg (4-6days)

    but depends on ZIP CODE



    All my products is from stainless steel 4mm sheet metal.



    Now no pegs on stock, my pegs are custom hand made.

    Production time 2-3 business days



    But now I have some unfinished order before you.



    And yes payment via Bank account or PayPal.



    If you have more questions just ask.



    Regards

    RADAN
  3. Megalodon

    Megalodon n00b

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    Hi, I ordered 20mm down and 20mm backwards. Works perfect for me and my 790, both sitting and standing.
    Delivery was superfast. Less than one week from order to delivery.
  4. ridenm

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    For street riding, my bad leg cried out for a little less bend, but I'm also a trials rider used to a little more rearward footing. I bought the Vanache pegs going 3/4" lower and 5/16" back. I'm thinking of a lower seat for street riding which means I would lose some of the knee extension I gained with the Vanache pegs.

    Many thanks to @kubcat for the spreadsheet - it really helped the decision-making process.
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  5. gsuks

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    I just saw this today
  6. Tigerkf

    Tigerkf Been here awhile

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    I sure hope my Bosley pegs arrive this week! I ordered 30mm down rally size and the 20mm lower brake pedal. I certainly don't want them back any farther as my knees are already crying the blues.
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  7. SoilSampleDave

    SoilSampleDave Dr. Zaius was right!

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    Those are the exact ones I have on my 790; perfect for me.
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  8. Whatnoise

    Whatnoise Adventurer Supporter

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    To line up the brake tip with a lower peg it can be relocated to the bottom of the pedal for easier reach. And because the mounting point has a step you have a choice of two heights. I'm another happy customer of Bosleys Pegs. B4A2FA5C-AC4E-4068-88CA-D41B7F4CD0F6.jpeg
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  9. David_Moen

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    What I believe will be the "Final Farkle" -- of this riding season anyway!

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  10. windblown101

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    So you lie to yourself like I do I see... LOL
  11. No-Fret

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    Went for an attempted long ride to out to the western peninsula of WA Saturday. Hit miles of stop and go traffic for an hour in one area. I noticed that after that the bike hesitated several times for a few miles even at steady higher RPMs. To me the bike felt really hot but the gauge was at 4 bars.

    Yesterday I flushed the stock coolant out and replaced it with ICE coolant. Just want to see if it helps as we get into higher temps for the summer.

    Anyone else experience the hesitation in fueling after sitting in traffic for a while?
  12. SoilSampleDave

    SoilSampleDave Dr. Zaius was right!

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    Do bikes have to pass emissions in WA? If your cat fell off somehow, the bike will run cooler.
  13. No-Fret

    No-Fret Tanker

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    :lol3 Good point. Lol

    We have emissions but never been inspected on any of my bikes in the past. Don't you lose some low end after de-cat?
  14. SoilSampleDave

    SoilSampleDave Dr. Zaius was right!

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    With a straight through pipe, yes. But not with the Arrow pipe with a resonance chamber in it that looks a bit like an FMF powerbomb header. It also makes the bike sound like it means business, even with the stock muffler.
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  15. Smashy

    Smashy Been here awhile

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    Does anybody here use tank saddlebags like the ones below, and if so how well do they work on our bike?

  16. windblown101

    windblown101 Long timer Supporter

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    On the 790 which runs pretty wide in that area I'd say if you don't dump the bike or run thru brush on a regular basis and/or only carry soft items in them they would probably be fine, at least until you dump the bike while in motion.
  17. throttled

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    Got my Scott's damper and mounting kit from Tripleclampmoto. Took it out to try to figure what setting I like.. First time with one of these. The mount kit is flawless, and so easy to mount.. such nice kit! Screen Shot 2021-04-20 at 3.44.02 PM.png
  18. David_Moen

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    Set properly, you won't know it's there until you don't die when you should have.
  19. throttled

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    Thanks. Do I want to feel it a touch on the road, for getting to trails, and then set it to the off road setting I like when I get there? Or just leave it set for dirt always?
    I just about sharted when I hit a long stretch of deep sand and had it damping way too much. Sure learned what it does in a hurry!
  20. David_Moen

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