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Old 10-03-2013, 09:26 AM   #4876
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I think SE production years was only 2006 (and possibly 2007). The 09 erzberg edition is just decals.
In New Zealand to the first new owner that included a "free" set of Akras too, but the Erzberg was priced higher as a limited edition so same same really.
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Old 10-03-2013, 01:35 PM   #4877
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I think SE production years was only 2006 (and possibly 2007). The 09 erzberg edition is just decals.
Negative on the single production run. There were at least two. My 2009 erzberg was manufactured in January of 2008.
(you know my info source )

You are correct about the decals. I found the standard super enduro stickers still in place, KTM just stuck the new erzberg stickers on top of the originals.

Some of the first super enduros had different switches on the handlebars than did the later models, IIRC.
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:48 AM   #4878
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You are correct about the decals. I found the standard super enduro stickers still in place, KTM just stuck the new erzberg stickers on top of the originals
There are a few more bits than just decals.

Outside of the US, we got a set of Akras (aswell as the standard exhausts being included)

Everywhere got a carbon engine cover, billet clutch cover, orange anodized clutch resevoir cover, hand guards, adjustable pegs, and the all important sticker on the triple clamps displaying your serial number

Some appear to have black (plastic?) grab rails, and also some came with an extra set of Talon wheels (the standard dirtstars being without knobblies). Mine has standard silver grab rails, and the extra set of wheels
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Old 10-04-2013, 06:48 AM   #4879
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There are a few more bits than just decals.

Outside of the US, we got a set of Akras (aswell as the standard exhausts being included)

Everywhere got a carbon engine cover, billet clutch cover, orange anodized clutch resevoir cover, hand guards, adjustable pegs, and the all important sticker on the triple clamps displaying your serial number

Some appear to have black (plastic?) grab rails, and also some came with an extra set of Talon wheels (the standard dirtstars being without knobblies). Mine has standard silver grab rails, and the extra set of wheels

Ah! That explains all those extras you mentioned. I'd thought it was the PO added them. Mind you he did add a Scotts top clamp and damper so it appears I have no all important serial number

You did alright getting a set of Talons as well! So are you saying 100 went to UK in this trim? Surely there's more than 100 Erzbergs world wide?
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:03 AM   #4880
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most recent number quoted by KTM was 3000 worldwide.
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Old 10-04-2013, 09:08 AM   #4881
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most recent number quoted by KTM was 3000 worldwide.
so...... I must be one of the 3000 happiest people in the world



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Old 10-04-2013, 02:07 PM   #4882
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most recent number quoted by KTM was 3000 worldwide.
For the standard SE?

I'd think it's somewhat below 3000 - recent thread here http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=915760 indicates only 56 (standard SE's) were imported into UK

I've heard the figure is more like 500 worldwide, which would fit with the figure of 56 to UK. For whatever reason it seems that it was never a popular bike when it was a current model

The Erzberg was limited to 100, worldwide, which also seems to work with the 56 number. All the press releases I've seen, in all languages, state 100 units
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Old 10-04-2013, 03:39 PM   #4883
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The Erzberg was limited to 100, worldwide, which also seems to work with the 56 number. All the press releases I've seen, in all languages, state 100 units
How did you determine your bike is #41 out of the 100 per your sig line ?
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Old 10-04-2013, 04:12 PM   #4884
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For the standard SE?

I'd think it's somewhat below 3000 - recent thread here http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=915760 indicates only 56 (standard SE's) were imported into UK

I've heard the figure is more like 500 worldwide, which would fit with the figure of 56 to UK. For whatever reason it seems that it was never a popular bike when it was a current model

The Erzberg was limited to 100, worldwide, which also seems to work with the 56 number. All the press releases I've seen, in all languages, state 100 units

Respectfully disagree, I think I will go with KTM on this number (3000)
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=920549
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Old 10-05-2013, 08:25 AM   #4885
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Can someone post pics of the triple clamp sticker and adjustable pegs.
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Old 10-05-2013, 09:12 AM   #4886
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For the standard SE?

I'd think it's somewhat below 3000 - recent thread here http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=915760 indicates only 56 (standard SE's) were imported into UK

I've heard the figure is more like 500 worldwide, which would fit with the figure of 56 to UK. For whatever reason it seems that it was never a popular bike when it was a current model

The Erzberg was limited to 100, worldwide, which also seems to work with the 56 number. All the press releases I've seen, in all languages, state 100 units
In 2008 the highest numbers of SE-R's licences in the UK was 124 and 5 sorn + 1 SE-R Erzberg. = 132.

End of 2012, 72 licensed and 17 sorn + 1 Erzberg = 90.

So you must be the only one?
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:41 PM   #4887
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How did you determine your bike is #41 out of the 100 per your sig line ?
There's a sticker on the triple clamp. Will take a photo tomorrow and try to work out how to attach
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:43 PM   #4888
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In 2008 the highest numbers of SE-R's licences in the UK was 124 and 5 sorn + 1 SE-R Erzberg. = 132.

End of 2012, 72 licensed and 17 sorn + 1 Erzberg = 90.

So you must be the only one?
Interesting. Well, I can tell you that it's now 71 or less licensed, after somebody tealeafed my last one in France

Surely there's more than one of these in the country?
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:58 PM   #4889
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Interesting. Well, I can tell you that it's now 71 or less licensed, after somebody tealeafed my last one in France

Surely there's more than one of these in the country?
Bad one, according to DVLA stats only the one registered as an Erzberg since 2009.
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