KTM/Husky/GasGas TPI Fuel Injected Two-Stroke Owners Thread

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Lager Meister, Mar 31, 2018.

  1. RideFreak

    RideFreak Torque Junky

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    Added a wde cornering lens, still waiting on a 20W diode to finish it up.
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  2. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    I'm liking your setup. So a rough estimate on your cost and what the total lumen count?
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  3. RideFreak

    RideFreak Torque Junky

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    So far $50 including the BD wide cornering lens for one of the lights. For output I can only go by the current I measured and the LEDs specs, based on that and in depth review I wouldn't be surprised if it's 2x what a sport puts out and 50~75% of what a pro puts out and that might be conservative. (S2 sport and a S2 Pro) I don't have the equip to come up with measured lumens.

    I did have to make a small bracket and I'm waiting on a 20W diode and a double handlebar switch; it'll be just inboard of the FrBr Mcyl, the switches will be Hi/Lo/off for the lights and the ecu map switch. Low will just be the wide cornering beam and hi will be everything.

    Here's a little video of some testing, it'll be allot better once I can link both beams to hi.

  4. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    Not to bad. I'd think once you can have both lite it should be good. Especially for the investment you have into it
  5. satchmo3

    satchmo3 Been here awhile

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    8CD6A35F-9117-4EED-88C2-80AC74132E71.jpeg In case anyone is wondering what orange side panels look like on a 21’ , I never liked the gray. These are Acerbis, great color match. 0FFBBC9B-4FA7-4B41-A0AA-D47EB5371B26.jpeg
  6. guns_equal_freedom

    guns_equal_freedom Long timer

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    I ordered an oversized KTM tank for my 2011 300, I asked Chip what the shipping was and he couldn't tell me.
    When I got it, he didn't charge me. First and only time that happened.
  7. RideFreak

    RideFreak Torque Junky

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    Going through KTMT it was cheaper even with the shipping then SLavens or RMATV, not by allot but Chip has always been a good guy to deal with.

    We spent the day giving Bishop's TPI a check out and topend refresh. Compression was down 20psi since when the head was added 140hrs ago so it got a fresh B piston, new clutch rubbers, and the starter checked out and lubricated and fresh fluids.

    The 160hr plug that came out of it.

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    It's ready for another 160hrs :clap
  8. Bitingdog

    Bitingdog That's not my dog

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    Always good to see you two fast bastages having fun:rofl
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  9. alvincullumyork

    alvincullumyork Ol Two Flags Supporter

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    Where did you get the Powerparts silencer?
  10. RideFreak

    RideFreak Torque Junky

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    Munn racing has a Shop Online from KTMTalk but you must be logged into KTMTalk to get the discount.
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  11. adv_sacrifice

    adv_sacrifice Been here awhile

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    pulled the oil tank this morning (baby woke me up). that was a hassle and i definitely should have done it before installing the injector block. especially since i had to rotate the subframe up out of the way again...

    clipped out the ambient sensor plastic and ziptied it up where the oil tank bolted to the frame. i didnt realize the ambient sensor had a filter.

    CCPS pulled out of the bracket entirely and installed into the tokyo offroad machined nipple.

    since i have the JD tuner wiring is a little bit of a mess under the frame but much cleaner overall. ill grab a picture after work today
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  12. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    Quick question. Is a cup of coolant enough to drain to install a oem fan? I really don't want to bleed the system if I don't have to
  13. adv_sacrifice

    adv_sacrifice Been here awhile

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    bleeding is super easy, just unthread the temp sensor in the head and fill till it comes out.. id just remove the radiator to do it since you need to access the frame side to attach the bracket.

    also make sure to put the screws that hold the fan on from radiator side. so the head of the screw is facing the radiator otherwise they will fall out
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  14. RideFreak

    RideFreak Torque Junky

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    I have to agree, your orange side panels look better than the grey ones, I'm not a big fan of the latest gen's slab side look no matter what it's color.
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  15. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    Thanks. I wasn't sure what it took to bleed. Yeah I knew the screws went in from the rad side. And I thought I could reach the bracket screws from the right side of the bike.
  16. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    What was the cost with the discount? I seen it for $161( turbinecore 2. I believe)
  17. adv_sacrifice

    adv_sacrifice Been here awhile

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  18. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    What was your reason for removing the oil system?
  19. adv_sacrifice

    adv_sacrifice Been here awhile

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    Just cause. No specific reason
  20. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off Supporter

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    I just curious, if there's been problems with it.

    On another note. I just read there's a recall on my 2022 for a e clip on the front brake. Anyone else see this?