Originally Posted by steveWFL
Yeah..... all100 % KTM
's design fault!
Couldn't be a lack of simple maintenance or dirty fuel or such
I don't dispute the filter did it's job. The fact it takes four days to even get filters and about $1000 bucks to replace them is KTM's design fault. Was that not clear? Sorry. If there was a lack of simple maintenance, where did you see that? This bike has faithfully been maintained by KTM dealers since new six months ago at a cost of $4000. What do you think I may have overlooked?
I have taken off my orange colored glasses and i feel better for it.
No longer believe it is acceptable for a brand new bike to strand me four times. If you choose not to heed my warning and set out on an overland trip on a KTM 990. I want to read the ride report.