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Old 05-18-2013, 07:27 PM   #35596
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Slideshow of my last adventure ride - 4 days through the high country of Central Otago, New Zealand. The WRR and KTM 640E are a good match.

http://youtu.be/3Y9CAUwfzX4
Wow! That was quite an adventure. Thanks for sharin what NZ looks like. Beautiful and awesome country!
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Old 05-18-2013, 07:44 PM   #35597
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I've had a real bear of a time removing that CS nut. I realized just last week that I was missing the washer that goes under the nut - most likely the PO removed it.

Any know if the washer is special in any way? It's on backorder for another month, so I'd like to use something else if possible.

Part number 90201-18026-00
http://www.ronayers.com/Fiche/TypeID...p/TRANSMISSION
The washer is very thick like a spacer that positions the cs nut so it can be peened into the groove in the cs.
I removed the washer and ran 2 cs nuts, I hacksawed the old peen lip off the bottom one.

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For sure :P I love my bike, and I can easily imagine doing the 290 top end one day. What are you riding now?

I have my bike setup exactly like your post here, haven't been able to ride though so the jury is out for me. Seat height is fine for me.

Awesome pics, must have been a blast.
I think I did everything except the 290, but gearing and the Gorace shock were the best improvements.
Buying a KTM 300EXC definitely improved the low end snap
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Old 05-18-2013, 08:10 PM   #35598
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Anybody have a source for a replacement lower shock clevis?



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Old 05-18-2013, 10:41 PM   #35599
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I just got to Moab UT for a week of riding. Friends and I drove from Calgary AB. 15 hours Friday and another 6 today. Pictures to follow.
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Old 05-19-2013, 12:21 AM   #35600
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14t

I want to put a 14t cs on my bike. I see this is being asked a bit lately on a couple of forums. Ive searched and it seems there's 'some' modification of the case saver required? Skierd I think mentioned needing to grind it down?
Anyone done it and can give some advice. Ive just forked out a ridiculous amount on a new swing arm protector and had my chain maul it after a short ride. The chain obviously needs replacing and stretched this weekend. Ive had shock off, measured with cs axel etc in line, happy with where it works adjusted, not happy with the low tolerance once it stretches. So for peace of mind I want a 14t. This bikes not my single track toy, its for blasting and weekend trips etc so close to stocks fine, maybe a little shorter. Cheers


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Old 05-19-2013, 12:41 AM   #35601
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I want to put a 14t cs on my bike. I see this is being asked a bit lately on a couple of forums. Ive searched and it seems there's 'some' modification of the case saver required? Skierd I think mentioned needing to grind it down?
Anyone done it and can give some advice. Ive just forked out a ridiculous amount on a new swing arm protector and had my chain maul it after a short ride. The chain obviously needs replacing and stretched this weekend. Ive had shock off, measured with cs axel etc in line, happy with where it works adjusted, not happy with the low tolerance once it stretches. So for peace of mind I want a 14t. This bikes not my single track toy, its for blasting and weekend trips etc so close to stocks fine, maybe a little shorter. Cheers


I use a 14 CS and the Sandman case saver and guard. Works fine.

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Old 05-19-2013, 04:58 AM   #35602
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I want to put a 14t cs on my bike. I see this is being asked a bit lately on a couple of forums. Ive searched and it seems there's 'some' modification of the case saver required? Skierd I think mentioned needing to grind it down?
Anyone done it and can give some advice. Ive just forked out a ridiculous amount on a new swing arm protector and had my chain maul it after a short ride. The chain obviously needs replacing and stretched this weekend. Ive had shock off, measured with cs axel etc in line, happy with where it works adjusted, not happy with the low tolerance once it stretches. So for peace of mind I want a 14t. This bikes not my single track toy, its for blasting and weekend trips etc so close to stocks fine, maybe a little shorter. Cheers
I left mine alone, the stock case saver fit back on. I didn't know it wasn't supposed to fit. I took it off the other day & the chain had "clearanced" the plastic. Seems fine.
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Old 05-19-2013, 05:13 AM   #35603
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14 and sandman here as well no problems.
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Old 05-19-2013, 07:03 AM   #35604
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Got the bike buttoned up and ready to ride yesterday after spending a couple of weeks on the new mods; tires, sprocket & chain.

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Old 05-19-2013, 07:28 AM   #35605
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Old 05-19-2013, 08:46 AM   #35606
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I want to put a 14t cs on my bike. I see this is being asked a bit lately on a couple of forums. Ive searched and it seems there's 'some' modification of the case saver required? Skierd I think mentioned needing to grind it down?
Anyone done it and can give some advice. Ive just forked out a ridiculous amount on a new swing arm protector and had my chain maul it after a short ride. The chain obviously needs replacing and stretched this weekend. Ive had shock off, measured with cs axel etc in line, happy with where it works adjusted, not happy with the low tolerance once it stretches. So for peace of mind I want a 14t. This bikes not my single track toy, its for blasting and weekend trips etc so close to stocks fine, maybe a little shorter. Cheers
I just put on a 14 tooth with the factory case saver. Put the chain on the sprocket, then the case saver on the chain and then slide the whole works on to the counter shaft. It would be very hard to do with the case saver installed on the case first.
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:11 AM   #35607
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Ok,so with that description? How'd yu put the nut on?????
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Old 05-19-2013, 11:57 AM   #35608
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All this talk about front sprockets made me go look at mine. I'm missing that washer, too. Fortunately, I found it with some other extra parts I got from the PO. How important is this washer, really?
I don't think it is super important as I've been riding like this for 30k miles. It probably would've been better if he used anti seize or something because I think I'm going to have to cut off the cs nut.
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Old 05-19-2013, 03:09 PM   #35609
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14 and sandman here as well no problems.
12T and Sandman here, no problems.
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Old 05-19-2013, 03:37 PM   #35610
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T-63 comments

First time off-road with the new T-63 rear today. Whooped-out sandy ATV trails and some rutted, narrow single track through pine woods. Perfect conditions, and I had plenty of traction on the single track - damp earth, roots, etc. I had aired down to 18 (16 in the MT-21 front).

Needless to say, the T-63 is a huge improvement over the worn T-wing that I rode last season (I bought the WRR mid season, and opted for a new front immediately, decided to finish the OEM rear). On road the T-63 gives me no cause for complaint. I do more pavement and gravel miles, less off-road, and for me the T-63 seems a good compromise. Price is right too.
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