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Old 04-21-2014, 08:24 PM   #9721
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Picked up a new friend for my 990.
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Old 04-21-2014, 08:29 PM   #9722
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The KTM Rally Pegs

What is the length of the KTM rally footpegs? (Im wondering if my homemade pegs are longer or shorter)
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Old 04-21-2014, 11:45 PM   #9723
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Installed some new pegs. The KTM Rally Pegs. I like them so far.[/URL]
Nice increase over stock without being ridiculous.
my friend, you just cost me $150... thanks.

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Old 04-21-2014, 11:53 PM   #9724
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Ez300 good looking stablemate brother. I had a beautiful 07 540 and miss it dearly. I've wanted to ride a 530 or 500 bad but haven't got the chance yet. Enjoy man.
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Old 04-22-2014, 04:53 AM   #9725
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Mounted RR screen with bi-xenons and agel eyes - I love the rally look! :-) Moreover, the wind protection is a bit better and there is more space behind the screen for navigation stuff...



Simple plug&play solution - you remove the original headlight and to the same four wholes you mount my alu holder with bi-xenons. The bi-xenons are chinese, but looks and works good. The bi-xenons are simple to connect to the original socket.
Hey Rade !

This headlight looks fantastic ! I simply love it. BTW, I sent you an e-mail this morning via your Web Site.

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Old 04-22-2014, 12:09 PM   #9726
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What is the length of the KTM rally footpegs? (Im wondering if my homemade pegs are longer or shorter)
I'll have to throw a measuring tape on them, but I'll let you know. They are about an inch and a half longer though.

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my friend, you just cost me $150... thanks.

They were easy to fit, as long as you tied the springs up, and cheap compared to some of the alternatives. I have seen a few broken pegs where the screws for the extensions went through, so I did not want to go that route.

It's only money.....
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Old 04-22-2014, 06:23 PM   #9727
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I'm still working out how to mount the case/phone to the bar. But, I've got some ideas.
I'm eager too see those ideas. I mounted the 990 version of that Touratech base to my R already, but I'm at a loss trying to mount an older Garmin Nuvi. I got a RAM ball mount, cradle, arm, and U bolt but I'm not married to using them. I just don't want to throw money at the problem by buying a new GPS and cradle. That bar/rail has a small diameter that the U bolt can't grasp without a shim of some kind. Trying to keep the setup as low profile as possible too. Maybe I spin that top piece around and/or upside down to reduce height?

Post up some photos of your solution or any others you find please.
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Old 04-22-2014, 07:10 PM   #9728
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The mounting from the GoPro that first the little widget that mounts the Wahoo case,


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I'm eager too see those ideas. I mounted the 990 version of that Touratech base to my R already, but I'm at a loss trying to mount an older Garmin Nuvi. I got a RAM ball mount, cradle, arm, and U bolt but I'm not married to using them. I just don't want to throw money at the problem by buying a new GPS and cradle. That bar/rail has a small diameter that the U bolt can't grasp without a shim of some kind. Trying to keep the setup as low profile as possible too. Maybe I spin that top piece around and/or upside down to reduce height?

Post up some photos of your solution or any others you find please.
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Old 04-23-2014, 07:02 AM   #9729
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Was repacking my Right side exhaust, as it was empty. after running 2-1....most probably due to high gas velocity and maybe being lean at the top for toooo looong with 220+km/h on the highway
used a kit from my aprilias akropovic exhaust, which happened to be just the right length and fit...maybe a bit too much of the material, since Remus has a perfect wire wound around the pipe, which makes it last forewer, but much thicker than usual ones.



just a bit of remaining old packing at the inlet thick end of the pipe, the rest burned out((((

all parts for the right side, and working left can

decided to take out the flow distributor, as to my thinking it creates unnecessary resistance in the pipe.....same done for the other can


the sound is more or less the same, but no rattle from the right can.....I also wirebrushed all exhaust headers, just to make sure i don't have corrosion eating all the way through at the front bend, also changed all the exhaust gaskets on the cylinders, exhaust couplings and at the mufflers)))))
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Old 04-23-2014, 08:29 AM   #9730
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The mounting from the GoPro that first the little widget that mounts the Wahoo case,
Okay, so that looks like the $20 Handlebar/Seatpost/Pole Mount. Logical interface with the rail, but how does it connect to the Wahoo case? The case obscures the connection in the photo. Is the Wahoo case GoPro compatible or did you modify it?

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Old 04-23-2014, 10:46 AM   #9731
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I'm eager too see those ideas. I mounted the 990 version of that Touratech base to my R already, but I'm at a loss trying to mount an older Garmin Nuvi. I got a RAM ball mount, cradle, arm, and U bolt but I'm not married to using them. I just don't want to throw money at the problem by buying a new GPS and cradle. That bar/rail has a small diameter that the U bolt can't grasp without a shim of some kind. Trying to keep the setup as low profile as possible too. Maybe I spin that top piece around and/or upside down to reduce height?

Post up some photos of your solution or any others you find please.








I couldn't see paying for the TT mount and didn't like how far out it extended. I went to HD and picked up a 24" piece of Aluminum for $12 cut it to a 5" section and drilled out the holes needed. I did 5" so that I have the space on either side for GoPro Sticky mounts for future expansion. Did it two days ago and will now probably have a friend powder coat for appearance. The two section are standard RAM sections, secured with three bolts, the whole thing sets back nicely into behind the screen.
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Old 04-23-2014, 12:33 PM   #9732
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Yeah. My bad.
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Okay, so that looks like the $20 Handlebar/Seatpost/Pole Mount. Logical interface with the rail, but how does it connect to the Wahoo case? The case obscures the connection in the photo. Is the Wahoo case GoPro compatible or did you modify it?

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Old 04-23-2014, 02:10 PM   #9733
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Old 04-23-2014, 02:29 PM   #9734
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Flex Levers

Installed some flex levers. Really neat product!


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Old 04-23-2014, 06:01 PM   #9735
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I couldn't see paying for the TT mount and didn't like how far out it extended. I went to HD and picked up a 24" piece of Aluminum for $12 cut it to a 5" section and drilled out the holes needed. I did 5" so that I have the space on either side for GoPro Sticky mounts for future expansion. Did it two days ago and will now probably have a friend powder coat for appearance. The two section are standard RAM sections, secured with three bolts, the whole thing sets back nicely into behind the screen.
Not paying for that mount was probably smart. I thought it would make a clean foundation to start from. I'd just seen other DIY mounts that looked solid, but too large and obvious. I agree that the rail extends out pretty far too. Your setup puts the screen right where I want it. Once you powder coat, it will blend nicely. Maybe I can use the bottom of the TT bracket and fashion a mounting plate to it for the ball. I've already got the other necessary RAM parts.

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