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Old 01-16-2014, 09:24 PM   #1
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1190 Adventure problems, start , dust

I want to by the 2014 1190 adventure R, but I'm always weary of buying the first iteration of a new model. Do you guys think the 2014 model coming to the USA has these types of problems fixed?

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should I just ignore this? I would love know of any 2014 models taken on an extensive dirt ride.

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Old 01-16-2014, 09:46 PM   #2
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Old 01-16-2014, 10:01 PM   #3
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thanks for the link:
"4. Dust in air box, this hasn't been a problem for me as I've only had my bike for 2 weeks and I haven't been off-road yet, my local dealer told me there is a recall on the air-box which involves fitting a pre filter set up, KTM Australia are rolling out kits for this recall over the next few weeks."

looks like it's something has been fixed or can be;)

excited about this bike, going to test ride tomorrow. Anyone ridden both the R and standard?
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Old 01-16-2014, 10:26 PM   #4
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Anyone ridden both the R and standard?
Yep. they are both awesome.
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Old 01-16-2014, 10:29 PM   #5
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2013 and now a 2014

Here In AUS we are onto our second model the 2014
I have been told by a KTM tech that the airbox ,frame and several other small parts on the 2014 have different part numbers to the 2013 model
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Old 01-17-2014, 07:33 AM   #6
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thanks for the link:
"4. Dust in air box, this hasn't been a problem for me as I've only had my bike for 2 weeks and I haven't been off-road yet, my local dealer told me there is a recall on the air-box which involves fitting a pre filter set up, KTM Australia are rolling out kits for this recall over the next few weeks."

looks like it's something has been fixed or can be;)

excited about this bike, going to test ride tomorrow. Anyone ridden both the R and standard?
So,the pre filter recall has not started to "run" yet...Am i right?
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Old 01-19-2014, 10:41 PM   #7
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I'm sure KTM thought they had a sound design on the 2013 model. Anyone seen what the fix that is being implemented is? And I know it is hard to say until the miles start piling up, but will hold up to real world riding (since we are only recently hearing of the 2013 airbox issues).
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Old 01-20-2014, 01:27 AM   #8
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The issue is only if the motorcycle goes offroad.Otherwise there is no problem...Χτυπα το και μη φοβασαι τιποτα!
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Old 01-20-2014, 01:43 AM   #9
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Today I was scheduled to go to the local KTM dealer to sign the papers to purchase a KTM 1190 Adventure. The video and letter to KTM from owners of 1190 Adventures in SA has convinced me to delay my purchase until I know what is the official response of KTM.

If KTM issue a recall to all existing owners and put the 'bikes right at KTM's expense then I may go ahead, but otherwise no. So, thanks a lot for the heads up warning. I will let the local dealer and KTM's Greek distributor know my reasons for not going ahead with the purchase.

What appalls me and has caused me not to go ahead with my purchase is that there has been no recall over this matter for those who purchased the 2013 models. Whereas I can forgive a design error that is corrected at KTM's expense, I cannot forgive irresponsibility and negligence from KTM.

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just get the Unifilter - cheap and easy fix - really not good enough reason not to get the bike
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Old 01-20-2014, 02:11 AM   #10
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The issue is only if the motorcycle goes offroad.Otherwise there is no problem...Χτυπα το και μη φοβασαι τιποτα!
The air bypass happens independently of riding off road or not. Offroad, more dust, damage sets in faster. Street riding, there is plenty of dust and particulate matter you don't want to see in your air intake.
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Old 01-20-2014, 02:18 AM   #11
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The issue is only if the motorcycle goes offroad.Otherwise there is no problem...Χτυπα το και μη φοβασαι τιποτα!
I've heard that argument from KTM as well - Why would street bikes then have air filters?
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:25 AM   #12
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Or you just buy and install the newly designed parts from the 2014 model.

Lower filter case: 60306001100 euro 25.68
Screws: 0017060305 euro 1.47
Air filter frame:60306016100 euro 10.07
O-rings: 0770066025 euro 3.53

Total cost in parts: euro 40.75

Given that a 2014 model costs about 1000 euros more compared to the 2013, I signed the order form for a 2013 R and will sort out the airbox myself, either with the Uni filter or by retrofitting the new KTM parts.
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:35 AM   #13
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Given that a 2014 model costs about 1000 euros more compared to the 2013, I signed the order form for a 2013 R and will sort out the airbox myself, either with the Uni filter or by retrofitting the new KTM parts.
Don't forget to retrofit the MSC
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Old 01-20-2014, 05:09 AM   #14
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FRONT FORK:
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HANDBAR ELEC. CONTROL:
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6 * 60311070100 COMBINED HANDLEABRSWITCH

TELAIO:
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61 * 60308024100 TRIPLECLAMP-FACEPLATE BELOW (Dovrebbe essere la protezione in plastica nera della piastra inferiore della forcella ant.)

CAVALLETTI (Centrale/Laterale):
1 * 6030312210030 LATERAL STAND
4 * 0035080356S SCREW M8x35 ISA45 SS
7 * 60303030100 CENTRAL STAND SPRING. L.118
14 * 6030302610033S LATERAL STAND BRACKET

SCARICO:
9 * 60305083190 CLAMP SILENCER (la fascia che tiene il silenziatore)

TANK, SEAT, COVER (Serbatoio, sella, coperture):
24 * 60307008100 TANK CAP (Tappo Benzina)
35 * 60307040100 SEAT(Guidatore)
38 * 60307047100 SEAT PILLION (Sella passeggero)
39 * 60307047150 SITZBANKBEZUG SOZIUS (Coprisedile passeggero)

MASK FENDER (Cupolino):
1 * 60308008100 FRONT SCREEN EU. (Da intendersi il parabrezza trasparente)

FRONT WHEEL:
1 * 6030910114430 BLACK FRONT WHEEL 3,0x19 (Intesa solo cerchione)
11 * 60310072100 NIPPLE M5 (Nippli dei raggi, tutti)
14 * 60309173100 INTERNAL BAND 19 (intesa come la fascia appoggiata sul canale interno del cerchio)

REAR WHEEL:
SAME FRONT WHEEL PARTS

HARNESS/ELECTRONICS:
30 * 60311033200 ENGINE CONTROL UNIT 2.1 (ECU)
36 * 60311097000 GROUND CABLE
38 * 60311059050 BATTERIE CABLE

COCKPIT/KEYS:
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ANTI BLOCK SYSTEM ABS:
10 * 54813026000 CABLE SUPPORT
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:08 AM   #15
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Don't forget to retrofit the MSC
The dealer does it for free when purchasing a stock 2013 model
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