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JTS1 05-08-2013 11:02 AM

flex jet
 
Are the flex adjusters for mixture the same as say a 690 or something with a kehin carb?. KTM parts guy seems to think so. Says he ordered two for my 950SE. Not sure about this. We'll see soon i guess.

Two Moto Kiwis 05-08-2013 11:07 AM

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Originally Posted by JTS1 (Post 21360629)
Are the flex adjusters for mixture the same as say a 690 or something with a kehin carb?. KTM parts guy seems to think so. Says he ordered two for my 950SE. Not sure about this. We'll see soon i guess.

We bought the adventure machines flexijets for our SE and will be fitting them this weekend, can ping a photo up then if that is any help.

To the rest of your question I can't help.

KTMSER 05-08-2013 11:36 AM

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Originally Posted by JTS1 (Post 21360629)
Are the flex adjusters for mixture the same as say a 690 or something with a kehin carb?. KTM parts guy seems to think so. Says he ordered two for my 950SE. Not sure about this. We'll see soon i guess.

They are not the same as the little bikes... The little bikes are to short to get to, there is a kit for the 950's...

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Originally Posted by Two Moto Kiwis (Post 21360667)
We bought the adventure machines flexijets for our SE and will be fitting them this weekend, can ping a photo up then if that is any help.

To the rest of your question I can't help.

Andi when you install them use the stock springs. The ones that come with them are to stiff....

Two Moto Kiwis 05-08-2013 12:37 PM

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Originally Posted by KTMSER (Post 21360915)

Andi when you install them use the stock springs. The ones that come with them are to stiff....

Thanks Spencer, a wealth of information as always :clap

Head2Wind 05-08-2013 11:19 PM

690 is EFI, so no FlexJet IMS there...

The Flexjet2 have longer extension cables to make their way beyond the airbox and out to the right frame area.

FlexJet2 kits purchased from ADVmachines come with a install instruction set that explains where the holes need to be drilled, which is something other vendors do not offer.


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