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Old 02-01-2013, 10:15 AM   #1
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HDB Rallye Lite Kit and Dual Sport fairing,







A bolt on fairing, headight, roadbook holder or GPS mount.



Presently available only for KTM's with 4 M10 threaded lower handlebar clamp mounts.

Available soon for Yamaha, Honda and aftermarket triples with 12mm lower clamp bolts.



Features;

- Incredibly strong mounting system for Scott's submounted dampers,

- Various possible HDB Top Clamp configurations,

- Lower handle bar clamp risers from 1 3/4" to 3 1/2",

- Scott's damper mount adjustable for any KTM offset triple clamps,

- Adjustable roadbook holder mount, forward angled for rider safety to rotate in an impact,

- Supports 2 Baja Designs Squadron LED's, soon available for BD SII's,

- Side plates with multiple mounting locations for Ram balls or GPS mounts,

- Plastic dual headlight fairing,


No more bent or damaged submts for KTM's with this system. We've made a bombproof 4 bolt mounting design that allows for worry free lower handlebar heights of up to 4 1/8" to the centerline of the handlebars. This is the strongest mount available.



Comes with your choice of HDB top clamps with near endless possibilities for mounting on/off push button switches, toggle switches, Powerlet sockets, LED indicators or even a Baja Designs keyed ignition switch.



Your choice of lower clamps, when combined with the 5/8" Scott's adjustable mounting plate, obtains heights of 2 3/8" to 4 1/8" measured from the top of the upper triple to the centerline of the handlebars.

Plastic fairing is designed to support the Baja Designs Squadron LED Race light. The best, brightest and lightest LED light on the market today. The Squadron uses 4 Cree XML LEDs to produce 3600 lumens of usable light at 44watts and weighs just 12oz. With a very compact footprint, the Squadron is nearly impossible to kill with thermal protection circuitry and a limited lifetime warranty.

All aluminum construction mounted to both the upper and lower triple clamps to eliminate vibration and fatigue, black anodized matte black to keep reflection to zero, replacement parts will be available separately. Proudly Made in the USA.

Prices start at $359.95

See it here at Highway Dirt Bikes.

Frame mounted and fork strap mounted versions will also be available soon.
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:19 AM   #2
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We start here, this is the style KTM triple clamp for this setup, versions to follow would be for Hondas, Yamahas and aftermarket triples, BRP etc.



On go the Scott’s submt/side plate mt and the lower handlebar clamps, these are 2 1’2” with the submt the overall height to the centerline of the bars is 3 1/8”,



Adjustable Scott’s mounting plate,



Top clamp,



Next comes the lower bracket,



Then the first side plate,



Then the lower side plate and spacer to tie it all together, the side plate is tapped for the M6 bolt and the only drilling required if needed is to drill through the lower side plate at the hole above the bolt and add a second bolt, we have found this to be pretty much unnecessary, but have kept it for unknown abuse.



Here are 2 optional Squadrons and hardware ready for mounting,



The squadrons mounted up,


And with the fairing.





The whole package weighs in at 7.5lbs, but that includes submt, lowers and top clamp, your bike will already have these,



So the assembly as it sits that can be removed to return to stock light, weighs in at 4.5lbs,

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Old 02-01-2013, 01:54 PM   #3
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Kool. What's your estimated time of availability for a Yamaha WR250R?
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Old 02-01-2013, 06:48 PM   #4
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awesome, I have to see if it will work on my ktm 690 r
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Old 02-02-2013, 06:33 AM   #5
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Kool. What's your estimated time of availability for a Yamaha WR250R?
Hey Spike, I have a PM into a buddy see if we can get it setup. YZ's, WR-F's, CRF's and CRF-X's aren't much of an issue, the front 2 fender bolt holes will need to be drilled and tapped through the top so that the lower bracket will mount.

With those the rest is easier to work around, but the WRR's and the CRF-L's will be a bit tougher with the key mount and speedo/instrument cluster. We'll have to see. YZ's, WR-F's, CRF's and CRF-X's will be the end of the month.

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awesome, I have to see if it will work on my ktm 690 r
Honkey, what year 690 is it? I can look it up on microfiche if it's stock. Shoot me a pic of the upper triple.
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:30 PM   #6
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Your work looks second to none! Great Job and forward thinking!
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Old 02-05-2013, 02:13 PM   #7
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Hey Spike, I have a PM into a buddy see if we can get it setup. YZ's, WR-F's, CRF's and CRF-X's aren't much of an issue, the front 2 fender bolt holes will need to be drilled and tapped through the top so that the lower bracket will mount.

With those the rest is easier to work around, but the WRR's and the CRF-L's will be a bit tougher with the key mount and speedo/instrument cluster. We'll have to see. YZ's, WR-F's, CRF's and CRF-X's will be the end of the month.



Honkey, what year 690 is it? I can look it up on microfiche if it's stock. Shoot me a pic of the upper triple.
Will do tomorrow
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Old 02-09-2013, 06:07 AM   #8
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Will the KTM KIT fit a 2011 Husaber 570 FE?
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:15 AM   #9
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This is a great idea (just what ive been thinking about)

Have you got a photo of a bike with the black fairing? Maybe even a photo of one on a bigger bike.....
Ben, we've sold out of the first batches, they were only white, have machine time booked for production on the tool end of next week will have white, black and orange then. As far as a bigger bike, haven't tried yet, really focusing on getting the kits for Honda's and Yamaha's done first. What bike are we talking about?

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Hello Paul,

Really like your set up and have some queries regarding it.

I'm picking up this week a 2103 Berg 501 to set up for the Condo 750 & The Australian Safari.

This kit would fit straight on I assume as it is a blue KTM!

With regard to the lighting do you need to upgrade anything. Will standard wiring set up handle the Squadron LED lights? Can they run high and low beam? Do they plug straight in?

How much are the handlebars raised to accommodate the set up?

Can you ship to Australia?

Thanks mate and great work!

Rokit, the only thing I'm concerned about is the lower triple mount on that and the new KTM XC-F and SX, they have front mounts on the lower triple for the fenders and no tapped holes on the top of the lower triple, I'll need to try the lower mounting bracket on one to see.





Looks like the 501 will have enough power, same as my 500XCW, but you'll need to do some wiring for the lights and switches, and you'll want to fuse them separately so that if one shorts or has an issue they both don't go dark.

The Squadrons come in spot, flood, combo and wide cornering. None are DOT or street legal, but as mentioned they can be made to pass if the scrutiny isn't too bad. They do come in a plug and play config for KTM's, but if you have 2 you'll still want separate switching and fusing.

The lowest configuration for the bars would be less than an inch over stock to allow for the damper submt.

Yes I can ship to Australia, but USPS has just increased their international shipping rates 25%+ so that might hurt.

I can get you a quote, email me what you would like to order.

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Will the KTM KIT fit a 2011 Husaber 570 FE?
KBT, Microfiche on the 570 looks like if it's stock should work, but really just needs the triples with those holes on the triple pictured above. You can email me some pics of yours and I should be able to tell.
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Old 09-19-2013, 09:52 PM   #10
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loving this Paul!!
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Old 09-20-2013, 06:57 AM   #11
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Old 10-01-2013, 03:32 AM   #12
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loving this Paul!!
This is a picture of my riding buddy on 46 and myself prior to the start of the Australasian Safari.

I used the HDB kit early on in the Year at an event called the Condo 750 and was extremely happy with the set up and managed to convince my riding buddy to use this set up for his new bike he was building for Safari.

This is my 3rd bike I have set up fro Safari over the last 3 years and the HDB set up is my favorite. First bike the nav gear was mounted to a handlebar cross brace and I found I had to sit down to read the roadbook. Second bike was frame mounted and was very far forward which gave the bike a pendulum like feel over certain terrain.

I like the HDB because I can read the roadbook standing up as it's position is great and also no pendulum like affect.

The safari is a 7 day 3500km off road race that had us in sand, hard pack and lots of f#ckin rocks. The HDB kit showed no signs of wear and did it's job perfectly.

If your after a light compact set up that is race proven under extreme conditions then this the 1 to get.

Thanks Paul you offer a great product with awesome service to back it up.:c lap:c lap

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Old 04-09-2013, 11:23 AM   #13
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Hey Spike, I have a PM into a buddy see if we can get it setup. YZ's, WR-F's, CRF's and CRF-X's aren't much of an issue, the front 2 fender bolt holes will need to be drilled and tapped through the top so that the lower bracket will mount.
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Old 04-18-2013, 10:15 PM   #14
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Want moar on the stem mount!
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Want moar on the stem mount!
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