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Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by DeeGee, Apr 12, 2010.
I'm looking at them myself for some years, but they are too expensive for me.
Yes, expensive, but reading a couple of stories where guys broke their OEM connectors out in the back of beyond. I'd had one rock hit and ding the knob on one side. Decided that would be the warning.
So with those Powercell fuel connectors...does an additional pair need to be bought in order to drain the fuel tanks? Because they don’t let any fuel go through them when they are uncoupled, right?
There is a connector with a piece of line available for purchase. The short answer, yes.
I didn’t see it on his website. I was kinda hopping for a “buy 3, get half of one free” sort of thing.
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I finally received my Locomoto frame guards today! They are VERY well made. I can’t tell the difference between these and the actual OEM KTM version. And yes, custom colors. They even arrived with matching blue zip ties! @Octanium (the guy who makes them) is also a vendor here.
That's a clean bike!
Super clean! Also I noticed that your footpeg and sidestand are missing, and what is the little loop bolted to your passenger footpeg mount?
The loop is probably to hold the side stand in place.
Wonder if it would work for the center stand? Mine bounces in the rough stuff.
Why not.Try it out.I may look in to it myself now that you mentioned it.
Yes, it will work for the centerstand or sidestand, but not both at the same time.
Yesterday I let the 990 sleep (5 times, it was a tough track)
Today I'm changing the airbox to foamfilter and ditching the SAS.
If you look closer, you can see a large tab that’s welded next to the footpeg bracket. That’s for the EXC kickstand conversion that I’m in the process doing. I removed both the sidstand and footpeg so that I could weld in the bracket. My ultimate goal is to use both the OEM center and sidestand for everyday use. For racing I’ll remove both of them, then install a Pro Moto Billet kickstand. The stock side stand hangs down too low for me and it gets smashed on rocks. I’ve also lost the return spring twice so far.
finally pulled my finger out my ass got a start with the 450RFR tower / lights & fairings (to be trimmed to mate to the PCP tank) all to go on my 07 950SER
Very top tower will be warning lights -
Low oil pressure light/buzzer
High Beam Light
Main power toggle switch (can remove main power fuse if need be for better security)
Each side the Rally Max G be 2 x toggles to isolate individual power via PDM60
Lights - PDM60 only
Trailtech Voyager via PDM60 & toggle
Trailtech Voyager pro via PDM60 & toggle
Garmin Zumo 660 via PDM60 & toggle
F2R / ICO Power Modual via PDM60 & toggle
Nav Tower will be setup for following swappable options
Left digital speedo remove put ICO there instead
F2R Paper roadbook option
Garmin Zumo 660 option
Trailtech Voyager Pro option
better get back to it
That's going to look good! Is it a lot cheaper than a Aurora-kit for the 9X0?
don't think Aurora do a kit for the 950 Super Enduro ? unless buy a 2019/20 450RFR kit (new style fairing screen) do as i'm doing
It would save trimming white plastic side fairings as i have to do with the 2017-18 450RFR & how i'm going to mount the side fairings
I'm using Jon's KIT690 450RFR tower kit as i have one already have a KIT690RFR & know the build quality of his.
4 pin DPST toggles each side
TT Voyager & Garmin Zumo 660 or (TT Voyager Pro when in use)
F2R & Garmin Rino 650 / 750 UHF/GPS
setup for the Garmin Zumo 660 (all holes pre drilled for the F2R roadbook & ram mount for the TT Voyager Pro)