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Old 07-21-2014, 01:34 PM   #5356
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I could not resist... 950 Super Enduro's Photo Thread

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Somewhat off topic, but do you think KTM should build and release a 1290 Super Enduro R?
Start a new thread or find an old one related or this thread will get hijacked quickly. Plenty of opinions out there on this topic. I'd buy it.

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Old 07-21-2014, 04:16 PM   #5357
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Rear tire ?

[QUOTE=johnno950;24660933]Nice shot,what rear tyre/rockslinger have you got on the bike?
Johno it is a Teraflex, Dan its not that bad on the street if your still alive after the first couple hundred miles, kinda like a 908 front, real sketchy for the first couple hundred then it calms down
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Old 07-21-2014, 04:22 PM   #5358
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More vacation

Got to the top of this road and dropped it turning around, almost blacked out picking it up (over 10,000 feet elevation)
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Old 07-21-2014, 05:34 PM   #5359
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Nice shot,what rear tyre/rockslinger have you got on the bike?
Johno it is a Teraflex, Dan its not that bad on the street if your still alive after the first couple hundred miles, kinda like a 908 front, real sketchy for the first couple hundred then it calms down
How many miles do you get out of a Teraflex and what dirt/road percentage? That thing looks like it could make traction more than a myth on a SE
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Old 07-21-2014, 06:16 PM   #5360
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Teraflex

FnM sorry I don't keep track of the milage, its on a second set of wheels and I try to only use it off road. Maybe 10% road use.For me what ever I get out of it is worth the cost of admission.I buy tires to burn up, not rack up miles.
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:05 PM   #5361
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Where are you buying the teraflex and how much is the rear?
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:08 PM   #5362
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I got about 900 miles out of the teraflex I ran in Baja. Dogslobber your right about the first 100 miles being sketchy. Rode out of San Diego to tecate on a brand new one with light rain and thought I had a flat. Just that squirrly when new. It was a lot better after the newness wore off. Still I really like the Motoz tractionator better all around. And that is all I have to say about that don't want this to be another tire thread.
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:14 PM   #5363
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Motoz tire

HaHaHA Dan thats whats on my other set of wheels and to keep it a pic thread.
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:31 PM   #5364
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Did 500 miles around Virginia and West Virginia this weekend on the SE. I love this thing!


Loaded up, leaving reality


Awesome Blueberry pancakes at L Dees, Front Royal VA



Somewhere on Fort Valley


Crisman Hollow just above 211


Fucking Majestic


Meadow Knob


Reddish Knob AKA Cloud Land
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Old 07-21-2014, 07:56 PM   #5365
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FnM you need to get some Wings on that bike !!
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Old 07-21-2014, 08:22 PM   #5366
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+1 on getting new cans. No worries on melting the bags? Looks like its a new bike. Great shape.
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:59 AM   #5367
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Thanks she is pretty fresh! I just picked it up a couple months back only 9300 miles on it.

2-1 with a Remus Ti can is the plan. Even decatted stock cans are insanely hot, I modified and extended the rubber stand offs for the rear side panels to keep them well clear and allow for more air flow.

work so far:

Full Service and going through every potential issue in the Hall of Wisdom
Valve adjustment
Spark Plugs
Cleaned clutch oil jet
confirmed stator bolt loctite
Full cooling system flush
CJD hardened water pump kit
Thermostat
Radiator cap

Dr Bean fuel pump mod
Black Dog Cycle Works Skid (PO)
CJD side stand relocator
Side stand switch eliminator
Ecliptech Shift-i Revlight / tach
SW7 intake, jetting
G2 throttle tube (PO)
MSR Hand guards to be replaced with HDB soon (PO)
CJD LC8 rack (PO)
GPS cradle and ram mount for my Garmin Montana
Fresh rubber T63 front Mefo Super Explorer rear

In the Mail:

Powercell tank with all the trimmings
KTM Gel Supermoto seat, likely seat concepts rebuild shortly
Motoventure voltage regulator relocation bracket
Grip heaters
New grips
Kaoko throttle lock


Upcoming after I finish planning and my wallet gets out of ICU:

CJD 2-1 Remus Ti
fuel filter
Dyno tune
Oberon clutch slave
flush all hydraulics
scottoiler
signal dynamics voltage monitoring system
HDB custom top clamp and switch gear
HDB scotts sub mount
Potentially HDB Rally Lite setup or Swedish Rally Raid setup
17"s super duke CJD adapter

NEVER ENDING MODS!!!!
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Old 07-22-2014, 09:33 AM   #5368
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Man, sounds like your building my bike, no joke. I've run the Remus 2into1 exclusively on 3 SEs. Stay away from the carbon fiber one if you plan on running the db killer or it will look like this.... Too much back pressure... The TI holds up and that's what I'm running now (best sounding can IMO).

Like where you're going, I have a separate set of woodys SM wheels and also woodys 18/21 and the Rally Raid Marathon. Takes about 3 beers to swap back and forth between set ups and I usually do that a couple times a year. Here's pics of each...

Good luck with the build. 9k miles on the clock, it ain't even broken in yet! Lots of miles left in her, nice find.
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Old 07-22-2014, 09:40 AM   #5369
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... so Im interested in a 1290SE ...
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Or better yet, I'd settle for a 1190 power plant retro fitted into my SE

I'm no fan of 2 into 1 exhaust


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Old 07-22-2014, 10:22 AM   #5370
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my trip this weekend to Mont La Noyé

Climbed on top Mont la Noyé this weekend.
Ascension was hell and going back down was just as bad.
Took some cool pics!
Pics of the trail going down don't really give it justice, it was quite steep and rolling loose boulders all the way down.

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