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Old 06-06-2011, 03:20 PM   #16
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you guys might want to look at the 99 660 rallye .. it has a battery bracket that may work too...
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Old 06-06-2011, 07:37 PM   #17
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You men that the MSP1 cam should not loose low end power?????????
The MSP3 "Rallye" is a midrange to top end cam, and the the MSP1 is a supermoto cam for racing ...
(Big loose in the bottom)

I have the MSP3 in my SXC-07 and it pulls harder every where in the powerband than the stock cam (249/1)!
(Se my mod list)
Thanks for posting, I am now fairly confused.

I based my comments on threads like :- http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=282134
And another on a supermoto site I cant find now.

Your post contradicts this and I have since found this:- http://www.ktm-sommer.de/website/ind...der&Itemid=496

Interesting split on comments on whether the MSP3 is worse off low down and a better option at all, seems those without serious inlet and exhaust mods dont rate it but those with do.
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Old 06-07-2011, 06:08 AM   #18
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Thanks Laramie but I'm fussy with clearances although its amazing how little room you have to move on the rest of the bike. The Akras were on my 950 before I built the rally style system for it and seeings I never sell anything I thought I'd use them on this. I would like clarification on the rally cam. Now the bike breaths I'm happy to flog it to within an inch of its life so would like more mid & top end. Got this picture adding down now



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Old 06-07-2011, 11:01 AM   #19
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Thanks for posting, I am now fairly confused.

I based my comments on threads like :- http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=282134
And another on a supermoto site I cant find now.

Your post contradicts this and I have since found this:- http://www.ktm-sommer.de/website/ind...der&Itemid=496

Interesting split on comments on whether the MSP3 is worse off low down and a better option at all, seems those without serious inlet and exhaust mods dont rate it but those with do.
All guys I know that have MSP3 got more midrange an up.
(Tested on 625 and 660's!)

The 660SMC camshaft are not the same as that one in the 625/640, 660SMC cam has a lot of more dration than the 249/1.

MSP1 camshaft came from the 660SMS fatory machine.

Here is the cam data I got from a Swedish guy ...
(Im not sure if its 100% corect)

Duration intake
Lift Intake
Duration Exhaust
Lift Exhaust
Tornado G1
258
10,85
258
10,85

Tornado G2
266
10,6
262
10,1

Tornado G3
288
10,4
284
9,4

KTM MSP3
266
10,2
261
9,98

KTM 249/1
249
9,27
249
9,27

KTM 660
277
9,6
277
10,3

KTM MSP1
xx
xx
xx
xx













KTM MSP1 = KTM Factory Supermoto


KTM MSP3= KTM Factory Rally



KTM 249/1= KTM 640/625 Standard


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Old 06-10-2011, 12:23 PM   #20
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I got my new SMC airbox today, now I just had to find out how to fit the 14ah Shorai battery the best way ...

It will take a while , I have some other things to do on my supermoto bike first.
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Old 02-16-2013, 04:04 PM   #21
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I finally got around to tidying up the airbox. I removed the std ktm tooltube from the rear subframe and folded up a battery box out of aluminium checker plate. the new battery box is only just big enough to hold the battery surrounded by high density rubber. I permanently connected the battery charger connections to the terminals before closing the box and bolting it to the subframe. The Anti Gravity battery comes standard with 2-pole anderson style inline electrical connector, so disconnecting power is not a problem. All that is left in the battery box is the rectifier. As a side benefit by reconnecting the earths and checking all the wiring I found a dodgy connection which means I now have a starter turning over much faster and a bike that starts easier.

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