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Old 06-13-2013, 08:09 PM   #2761
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The hose at the top of the valve cover for blow by, it is all down hill to the bottom of the air box.

A common fix on the C model is to take a longer length of hose and loop it forward along the frame rails near the steering stem and then cross over back to the air box. Hopefully the blow by is not so bad that it won't manage to go uphill very far and drain back into the engine. Some have added check valves like those found on older smog pvc? valves.

Some R model owners state that is difficult to do, but there must be a way.
I was thinking of building some sort of oil vapor condenser/trap. I'll have to see what I can fit under that Acerbis tank. Thank you for everyone's help. I'm open for more suggestions if anyone has them.
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Old 06-14-2013, 01:23 AM   #2762
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I was thinking of building some sort of oil vapor condenser/trap. I'll have to see what I can fit under that Acerbis tank. Thank you for everyone's help. I'm open for more suggestions if anyone has them.
First in the head cover, there is this part 14070 that has a oilstairs in it, but the oiled air gets around, someone welt a piece of metal on the other side so the air must take the stairs. 14070





Second:
http://www.planetklx.de/deu/berichte/oelauffang.php
Do not fold the hose, and to much ironwire.



http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...postcount=2331


Third:
One use a Sintered Bronze Filter in the hose loop above the head.
Do not know which one or if that is to much.

Fourth:
Some uses the lower camchain bolts to flow away the oil.


Fifth::

look for pics is the best way to find what you want "oil breather"
https://www.google.nl/search?q=%22oi...l%3B800%3B1067

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Old 06-15-2013, 07:03 AM   #2763
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I was thinking of building some sort of oil vapor condenser/trap. I'll have to see what I can fit under that Acerbis tank. Thank you for everyone's help. I'm open for more suggestions if anyone has them.
I have a C model and did the loop hose fix with a clear pvc fuel filter. I ran the hose up and over to the right side of the frame. I had to use a brass (plumbing) reducer to fit the filter. It looks very similar to the "Second;" pic with the black framed bike. Except, my fuel filter is at the end of the hose... 700 miles and the filter is just now a light brown. It does not drip.

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Old 06-21-2013, 04:22 AM   #2764
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Old 07-02-2013, 09:06 AM   #2765
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Connecxtors on the KLX650

Is there a name or number for these type of connectors.

4 pole


2pole


I need male and female.


and of course these

















All connectors male/ female in the front. To make a linker tree of 40-50 cm.

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Old 07-02-2013, 04:28 PM   #2766
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and of course these

















All connectors male/ female in the front. To make a linker tree of 40-50 cm.
Those are sometimes called Hitatchi Connectors. I bought some from Corsa Technic Motorsport for my KTM. They might also sell those other connectors you had pictured. I bought some of that expanding wire loom from them too.
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Old 07-02-2013, 07:25 PM   #2767
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Some time even a new battery has issues. Put it on a charger to ensure it has full charge. It should be over 12.6V and be able to hold it.
If it can't hold 12V overnight it is not a good battery.

With it running, check the charging voltage. It should be between 14-15v depending on rpm. If not, it could be the RR but more likely the stator.

Check the Stator with the engine running. Disconnect the plug to the RR and use a multi meter set at 250V AC. The voltage between the yellow leads should be more than 34V

For shorts, turn the engine off. Set the meter at 1 ohm. Between yellow leads it should register .3-1 ohm. More or none indicates a short.

You can always have the stock stator rewound. There are still people that do it. Even some via the Internet. http://ricksmotorsportelectrics.com/aftermarket-stators

Can't help with the clank either, except the auto compression release is on that side and if the spring breaks/unhooks it can beat around on the head or valve cover.

I have not pulled a stator, so I will let others tell you how.
Just wanted to say thanks for the info. I have not started the KLX since getting it home a month ago. I'll give it a shot tomorrow and see what happens.
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:55 AM   #2768
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Those are sometimes called Hitatchi Connectors. I bought some from Corsa Technic Motorsport for my KTM. They might also sell those other connectors you had pictured. I bought some of that expanding wire loom from them too.
Thanks, i was more searching for the above two black ones.
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Old 07-03-2013, 06:23 AM   #2769
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Fitting a Dell'orto carburetor on a KLX 650C

Hello guys, I am new on this forum and I would like to welcome you all.

I am the very very proud owner of a KLX 650C for a few weeks. It's an awsome bike. I had a KLR before. Ok bike but a bit heavy and touring orientated.

Now let's get to bussines.

I bought yesterday a Dell'orto PHM38(was taken off from a KTM LC4 620) ,clasic carburetor but didn't had time to fit it. Had anyone made this mode before? Any particular modifications beside tuning? Does the throttle cable clear the gas tank?

The exhaust is costum made in my yard(I'll put a pic tomorow with the exhaust mounted, for the moment it's stock), KTM front fender...pretty stock until now.

Next week the 46 tooth rear sproket will arrive. Can't wait for that
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Old 07-03-2013, 12:42 PM   #2770
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Those are sometimes called Hitatchi Connectors. I bought some from Corsa Technic Motorsport for my KTM. They might also sell those other connectors you had pictured. I bought some of that expanding wire loom from them too.
That web site is fantastic, looks like they have lots of factory motorcycle connectors covered.
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Old 07-03-2013, 01:48 PM   #2771
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Thanks, i was more searching for the above two black ones.
Got them:
Also
Sumitomo connector on the kawasaki klx650 c the black ones pics above.
http://www.seaps.com.sg/pdf/b_mt_e.pdf
Black sealed connector
2p
Sumitomo 6187-2171 male contra 6180-2181 female
4p
Sumitomo 6188-0004 male contra 6180-4771 female


http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...-MT/sm-mt.html
http://www.corsa-technic.com/categor...54&item_id=231
http://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/ind...sort/5a/page/2

install instruction

http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...p280_help.html

http://www.easternbeaver.com/Main/El...ols/tools.html

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Old 07-08-2013, 10:46 AM   #2772
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Hi guys,
bellow its a video with a KLX650 modified to KX450s body,
enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEBJdPw80wE
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Old 07-09-2013, 05:10 PM   #2773
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Hi guys,
bellow its a video with a KLX650 modified to KX450s body,
enjoy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEBJdPw80wE
WOW!, Any info on this build?. The bike has a FMF powerbomb header. I would REALLY like to know how that was done.

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Old 07-09-2013, 11:26 PM   #2774
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WOW!, Any info on this build?. The bike has a FMF powerbomb header. I would REALLY like to know how that was done.

Cheer's,

Tom.
Hi Tom,
I will try to describe it all for you,
we cut off the back sub frame,and we fit the KX450s sub frame so the KX450s seat-fenders and air filter box come to their place,also the fuel tank is from a KLX250 08',a small metal one that it is easy to cut and weld it to fmake a fit,
a little pattent for mounting the air filter and the carburator air intake hose as it is the oem KLXs one and must fit on KX450 filter case(box).
As for the engine part,high presure piston is instaled,FCR carburator with extra fuel accelaration pump,and third stage cam cores(camshaft) open valves lift to.422 -.450,valves also needed to be replaced with titanium ones with heavy duty springs allong with shim under style tappets.
The excuast is also from KX450,the header was cut to its angle curve and we welded it in the right place until it meets the head,all this curve that KX450s header has gives you the opportunity to fit it in any place you want until it makes a fit.(i dont know if you understand this but it is easy to do),but remember this is a KX450s header and it makes a perfect fit only if you have also the KX450s subframe and air filter box installed..


P.S. Sorry for my english and their meaning,i am trying my best as i dont know them very well..

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Old 07-10-2013, 07:43 AM   #2775
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Hi Tom,
I will try to describe it all for you,
we cut off the back sub frame,and we fit the KX450s sub frame so the KX450s seat-fenders and air filter box come to their place,also the fuel tank is from a KLX250 08',a small metal one that it is easy to cut and weld it to fmake a fit,
a little pattent for mounting the air filter and the carburator air intake hose as it is the oem KLXs one and must fit on KX450 filter case(box).
As for the engine part,high presure piston is instaled,FCR carburator with extra fuel accelaration pump,and third stage cam cores(camshaft) open valves lift to.422 -.450,valves also needed to be replaced with titanium ones with heavy duty springs allong with shim under style tappets.
The excuast is also from KX450,the header was cut to its angle curve and we welded it in the right place until it meets the head,all this curve that KX450s header has gives you the opportunity to fit it in any place you want until it makes a fit.(i dont know if you understand this but it is easy to do),but remember this is a KX450s header and it makes a perfect fit only if you have also the KX450s subframe and air filter box installed..


P.S. Sorry for my english and their meaning,i am trying my best as i dont know them very well..
Excellent build!
It's beautiful and looks quite expensive. Will it ever get dirty?

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