950SE owners in OZ

Discussion in 'Australia' started by MymoJoe, May 25, 2009.

  1. bigborett

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    I'd look at my air but I'm scared, it has a Rottweiller inside.:-)
  2. micmen

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    Pm me your email I’ll send the manual to you
  3. Knackers

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    Cost you SWFA if I email you one. :-)
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  4. Knackers

    Knackers Polishing Turds

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    And wrong. The workshop manual is for 2003 - 2006 KTM LC8s for.

    950/990 Adventure
    990 Superduke
    950 Supermoto
    950 Super Enduro

    I just opened the file - it says so on the front page. It includes the generic and specific SE bits.
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  5. bigborett

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  7. crash n bern

    crash n bern Long timer

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    Well no I'm not wrong. As I said, there is no specific SE manual. The OP said that he couldn't find a SE manual, I said to look for a 950 ADV/SM manual. They are the more popular models that the manual is usually listed under. Yes it covers all the 950 LC8 models, but it is not one bike specific. Do an ebay search for a 950 SE manual and one for a 950 ADV manual and there's a big difference in what comes up. I posted in a hurry, so perhaps I didn't do a detailed enough explanation, but I figured I was on the Aussie thread, not the American one so It would be fine.
  8. Pete640

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    I’d make sure it has a check valve so the carbs don’t flood
    That’s a difference in the Facets from one to another
  9. bigborett

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    Must admit I don't quite see the check valve thing.
    You don't have a check valve on a gravity fed system.
    Wouldn't a needle and seat in good condition and a vented tank be sufficient? Or is there to much head pressure?
    Never used to turn my old carbed bikes fuel taps off, for the most part.
  10. bigborett

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    You have got me thinking of maybe adding a solenoid into the loop.
    Could wait and see.
  11. rocketwheel

    rocketwheel neil

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    Does anyone know if a B&B bash plate will fit the SE with a centre stand?
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    No, I went the Mikuni vacuum pump way. Mounted it below the carbs to prevent any flooding. Used one of the spare vacuum hoses after I de smogged it. Works well.
  13. bigborett

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    How many psi does it develop?
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    I had B&B bash plates fitted to my 950 Adventure and Super Enduro and both bikes had the centre stands.
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  15. rocketwheel

    rocketwheel neil

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    Thanks. Looks like I'll have one soon too then.
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    rocketwheel neil

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    Did you also have a milk crate fitted?
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    B&B used my 950 Adventure and also my 950 Super Enduro to develop the bash plates.

    I think I may have bolted on a 950 Adventure centre stand to the Super enduro after the plate was fitted - but I can't remember the timing of this.

    Regardless, both bikes had centre stands and these bash plates fitted together. :-)
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    :lol3:lol3

    I only upgraded when I sold both KTM's. :lol3
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    Sorry, you upgraded or the bikes did? :lol3:lol3:lol3
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  20. bigborett

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    Ready for roadworthy.

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