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BaronVonDarrin 04-05-2012 12:42 PM

What is the actual weight of my bike?
 
This may seem like a newbish question but I have seen reports and specs listed all over the internet ranging from 436 lbs all the way to 500+ lbs. I realize I have to account for my rack and crash bars, but throwing that aside, what is the ACTUAL weight of the ktm adventure? Wet/dry?

Sumi 04-05-2012 12:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BaronVonDarrin (Post 18386880)
This may seem like a newbish question but I have seen reports and specs listed all over the internet ranging from 436 lbs all the way to 500+ lbs. I realize I have to account for my rack and crash bars, but throwing that aside, what is the ACTUAL weight of the ktm adventure? Wet/dry?

454.7 lbs dry. It's in the owners manual:)

woodchuckexc 04-05-2012 12:52 PM

Crash bars, luggage rack, gas , oil,tool kit etc. Don't plan on riding her under 500 lbs.

BaronVonDarrin 04-05-2012 01:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sumi (Post 18386895)
454.7 lbs dry. It's in the owners manual:)

Which I do not have unfortunately. Bought used.


Quote:

Originally Posted by woodchuckexc (Post 18386929)
Crash bars, luggage rack, gas , oil,tool kit etc. Don't plan on riding her under 500 lbs.

Dang, didnt realize I was that heavy... :/
690 R is looking more attractive everyday...

Geek 04-05-2012 01:30 PM

536 lbs.

:lurk

(we're playing "guess my" weight right?).

Get a couple of bathroom scales and roll 'er up.

DaveStockwell 04-05-2012 02:20 PM

Most truck scales are on even when closed. Take a run to your local weigh station.

Pistolero 04-05-2012 03:02 PM

Dang, didnt realize I was that heavy... :/
690 R is looking more attractive everyday...[/QUOTE]

Just gas it and hang on :deal... I'm still looking for where she hides that poundage every time I get on the big ole girl :norton

Torquemada 04-05-2012 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Geek (Post 18387185)
536 lbs.

:lurk

(we're playing "guess my" weight right?).

Get a couple of bathroom scales and roll 'er up.


"Take a chance and win some crap!"

The Jerk (1979): Weight Guessing
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/an-TED...ight_guessing/

Alleycatdad 04-05-2012 04:26 PM

Drop 'er in the mud, you'll figure it out.... :D

S




Quote:

Originally Posted by Pistolero (Post 18387814)
Dang, didnt realize I was that heavy... :/
690 R is looking more attractive everyday...

Just gas it and hang on :deal... I'm still looking for where she hides that poundage every time I get on the big ole girl :norton[/QUOTE]

Off Road Ryder 04-05-2012 04:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alleycatdad (Post 18388342)
Drop 'er in the mud, you'll figure it out.... :D

S





/QUOTE]

You can say that again:lol3, But when they are upright they are the best in the land. No 690 would do.:puke1

Alleycatdad 04-05-2012 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Cyclops Motorsports (Post 18388495)
You can say that again:lol3, But when they are upright they are the best in the land. No 690 would do.:puke1


Agreed!
S

scottrnelson 04-05-2012 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by BaronVonDarrin (Post 18387161)
Which I do not have unfortunately. Bought used.

You can get a PDF copy of your owner's manual at:

http://www.ktm950.info/how/owners_ma...s_manuals.html

You can get them at the official KTM site too, but the other one is easier.

brents347 04-05-2012 07:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BaronVonDarrin (Post 18386880)
This may seem like a newbish question but I have seen reports and specs listed all over the internet ranging from 436 lbs all the way to 500+ lbs. I realize I have to account for my rack and crash bars, but throwing that aside, what is the ACTUAL weight of the ktm adventure? Wet/dry?

Take your worst estimate and add 50 lbs. Seriously. I had my bike trimmed of all excess weight (single exhaust, single front brake rotor, Talon hub, no crash bars, no rear racks, no luggage rack, etc.) for a big rally and it still weighed in at over 450lbs with only 2 gallons of fuel. They are big bastards.

MacNoob 04-05-2012 08:07 PM

Just ride into a truck weigh station, let us know what they say!

Motorfiets 04-05-2012 08:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pistolero (Post 18387814)
Dang, didnt realize I was that heavy... :/
690 R is looking more attractive everyday...

Just gas it and hang on :deal... I'm still looking for where she hides that poundage every time I get on the big ole girl :norton[/QUOTE]

told ya..... :lol3

hey CJ how heavy is the AWD bike?

http://topgeek.smugmug.com/Adventure...33_hNH45-L.jpg

or how heavy is this one?

http://cjdesignsllc.files.wordpress....2/p2122186.jpg


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