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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by alongat, Feb 18, 2017.
Message sent. My apologies for letting this slip through the cracks.
If anyone wants extra 5hp from their 9x0, do apply those after getting them Edit: forgot to add, that even their stickers are high quality stuff, made from the same stuff MX/Enduro graphic kits are.
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Rally seat kits for the super enduro are now ready to order.
In collaboration with RebelX Sports, we have designed a rally seat kit made exclusively for us by world famous Salle Dellà Valle. For the first time ever, Salle
Dellà Valle have made their patented material and rally design available to us.
Seat top material feels like ultrasuede but will NOT fade and dries in a minute as it cannot get soaked. Sides material is very strong and enables movement and gripping with your legs. The rally time card pocket is included and can be attached with glue or Velcro or simply left off if not needed.
This kit is designed to replace your existing seat cover using a staple gun at home or by any upholstery shop. It reuses your existing seat foam but adds a thin layer of patented energy absorbing material directly underneath the top layer without adding height. The material on the sides is both flexible enough and long enough to allow you to custom tailor your seat to suit you. Shave your seat foam to lower the height or narrow its width or add simple foam from any craft store to build up height - it’s up to you.
Salle Dellà Valle is well known for their quality and pedigree in racing. Used by the factory KTM teams in rally, supercross and enduro, Salle Dellà Valle is the choice of all top racers.
We are in production now and will be shipping all orders before the end of June.
Future 790 product I hope......
Very very near - you can count on it.
Any chance of making some of those awesome case covers for the Africa Twin?
Yes!!! On our product roadmap already.
@alongat when can we expect the 990 ADV headlight to hit the streets?
It’s pretty far down the list given what the price point would be if we replicated our method that we use for the super enduro. The adv headlight housing is very cost prohibitive.
Cool. I’m ordering a set of engine covers and the Scott’s mount kit today. Still offering a ADV discount?
Of course - happy to help out our advrider brothers. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you’re after and where you live.
Any chance that the rally seat covers will be available in other colors? I’m thinking a solid orange or blue (or combinations of both) for the Adv bikes?
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Thanks for the support and kind words!!!
Pretty easy install for the mechanically inclined - highly recommend including instructions AND use 6mm Allen head bolts for the risers. The 7mm included is not a standard tool bag loadout.
1. Insert bolts provided through holes in cover before placing onto clutch/ignition. Otherwise the threads won’t start true. Once started, use a rubber mallet to snug the cover down and torque to spec.
2. Getting to the underside nuts on the stock triple requires an extension (preferably flexible) and the forks must be turned all the way to the side on which you’re working. Otherwise the lower mount of the ignition switch prevents one from getting a socket on the lower bolts.
Edit: fixed #2 based on response below.
Sorry if the instructions were not included with your order. Just to clarify a few things:
1 - I know the 7mm is not common. Problem is that we have not been successful finding a lot profile head bolt with the strength rating we wanted in anything other than this 7mm
2- please do NOT use the engine cover bolts to pull the cover subtly into place. By all means, get the bolts threaded so they’re true but use your palm or rubber mallet to get the cover on all the way otherwise you risk pulling the cover’s stainless spacers through the plastic
I received my TripleClamp Moto feeding bowls (thanks Alon!) and put them immediately to use. The smaller plastic bowl holds about one handful of pig chow, while the larger billet aluminum bowl holds at least two handfuls. These should be the last dishes that I will ever have to purchase for Bentley. The only problem is, that he eats...A LOT (he lacks portion control), and I don’t think these will be large enough for him. I decided to bolt them on my 950 instead.
I love the look of my CJ’s cover, but TCM’s is way more beefy. The rear brake lever doesn’t need to be removed to install the cover, but since mine was bent, I had taken it off so I could straighten it.