KTM 950 / 990 Oil Tank Drain Hose

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  1. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Price : USD$70 worldwide including shipping

    IN STOCK (current as of 21 April 2020)

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    These are a great addition to your 950/990 and I'm sure you're all aware of what to do with it. It will cut oil change times dramatically, no longer will you need to remove the LHS fuel tank, just open the plug at the end of the hose and drain out cleanly. See later posts for a guide where to cut and how to route the hose.

    Price : all hoses USD$70 worldwide including shipping

    CANADIAN BUYERS: please note that I have consistently had problems with mail being delayed up to three months to Canada. Getting to the US takes two weeks max but for some reason the mail to Canada gets delayed. Please only place an order if you're ok with the delay or for an extra USD$15 I can send it with tracking and priority. Please PM to arrange prior to ordering.


    HOW TO PLACE AN ORDER


    1. Send USD$70 via PayPal (please DON'T convert to AUD $) to - ryansquires83@gmail.com

    2. Ensure during the PayPal process that your postal address is correct and in the notes please include your advrider.com username (if you want multiples, please specify in the notes and update payment amount accordingly)

    3. There is no need to do anything else, I will receive an automated email from PayPal that a payment has been made. I will then contact you as soon as possible to confirm receipt of payment and also advise of an estimated shipment date, usually next business day.


    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
    Fitting the hose kit is best done at your next oil change. In addition to the usual tools required for an oil change you will need the following:
    - Shifter
    - 10mm socket
    - Hacksaw/Dremel spinning blade
    - File (optional)
    - Ziptie (optional)


    1. Remove bashplate, tanks and other attachments as usual
    2. Drain oil from engine as well as oil tank
    3. Clean/Replace screens, filters and engine drain plug
    4. Remove lower tank support bracket that bolts to the frame mounting arms, should be two 10mm bolts (or whatever tools you need if you've done the crash bar stud mount mod)
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    5. Cut away the left hand side tab on the lower tank support bracket to allow clearance for the drain hose to feed directly downwards from the oil tank drain hole. See below pics for reference
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    6. Using the threaded adapter plug which is flared on one end and straight on the other, fit the straight threaded end into the oil tank drain hole with the copper crush washer included in the pack. Tighten according to owners manual torque setting.
    7. Fit the drain hose to the flared end of the now fitted drain plug, note the drain hose itself is the same on both ends so it doesn’t matter which way around you fit it.
    8. Fit the drain plug to the other end of the drain hose and tighten.
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    Note: when tightening these fittings they are not to be over-tightened as the threads can strip.
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  2. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Heaps of stock now
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  3. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    These pics should help, I don't think you have to follow a "template as such. These are pics I just took of my bike. The ribs on the underside of the plate help guide you anyway as you can see in the pics below:

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  4. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    I've dropped the price, place your orders by PM or direct through a PayPal payment, please ensure you include your postal address
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  5. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Hi all, I'm offering a 10% discount on orders of 5 or more. Get your buddies together and place an order :deal
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  6. jmvance1

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    Do you leave the stock in tank oil screen in place?

    Thanks
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  7. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    The hose plugs into the bottom left hand side of the oil tank and replaces the drain plug (Part No 580 30 021 000) of the oil tank not the engine. All screens and filters remain in place :D
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  8. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Ooooh look what we have here :evil

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  9. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Can't fill any more orders until early next week, stay tuned
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  10. PBee

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    Great idea, almost makes me wish I still had my 990.
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  11. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    I'm now offering this variation on the hoses, it's a CPE synthetic hose reinforced with braided stainless steel and then covered in braided nylon. High temperature and pressure rated (not that you need it) and also more flexible than the other style of braided stainless. As the outer casing is soft nylon, there's no need for the clear plastic sleave so it's also a lot thinner than the other hoses.

    Same asking price USD $60 delivered worldwide

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  12. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Update - I now have several of both type hoses for anyone that wants one or many

    Please process payments to ryansquires83@gmail.com and be sure to included your postal address as well as which style of hose you'd like or just drop me a PM to express interest
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    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Stock availability updated on first post
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  14. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Easter special prices on first page :D
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  15. kmc22

    kmc22 n00b

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    Excellent quality piece of kit. Install went well. Shipping time was reasonable (~10 days) from Australia to the desert SW.

    k
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  16. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    I've got three of these ones, drop me a PM if you're interested

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  17. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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  18. Graniteone

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  19. Young-Gun

    Young-Gun KTM Tragic

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    Got it :) which hose would you like?
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  20. Graniteone

    Graniteone 3,2,1...Beer me! Supporter

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    I d like the hose for the 990.

    Thanks,

    Steve
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