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Old 04-18-2013, 09:23 AM   #1711
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***Caution***

It seems my "new-style" brace needs some slight modification. It's rubbing on each side of the radiator, both on the seam and the corner. Sorry for the poor phone pics, but you get the idea. You can see bare aluminum if you look closely. I was actually thinking about calling up to request the old style brace for this reason.





Anyone else with similar experience?
I had to do a lot of tweeking to my new style brace to get it to clear the radiator to my liking.
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Old 04-23-2013, 01:29 AM   #1712
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Rear Brake Rotor

Will a 950 Adventure Rear Brake Rotor fit a 950Super Enduro ?
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:26 AM   #1713
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Rear brake rotor

Should be no problem.

I use a complete set of 950 Adv wheels with discs and sprocket.
(removed one front disc)
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:39 AM   #1714
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Confirmed. Bought a new sold Metalgear rear disc rotor for a 950ADV & it fits like a glove, even used original bolts.

Much cheaper than floating disc @ $129 & will last longer.

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Should be no problem.

I use a complete set of 950 Adv wheels with discs and sprocket.
(removed one front disc)
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Old 04-29-2013, 01:11 AM   #1715
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Hi Guys,

I have recently purchased a SE and are enquiring on the correct way to fit a under bar Scotts Damper to the SE that has a 30ltr Safari fitted. In my opinion it appears that it does not fit, I also have the BRP triple clamps. The frame bracket that attaches the Damper to the frame is where the problem lies. It appears there is not enough clearance between the base plate and the Safari tank.

If you have this set up can you please explain on how to fit and even better if you could send some close up photos of your set up.

Cheers Russ.
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Old 04-29-2013, 08:14 AM   #1716
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Hi Guys,

I have recently purchased a SE and are enquiring on the correct way to fit a under bar Scotts Damper to the SE that has a 30ltr Safari fitted. In my opinion it appears that it does not fit, I also have the BRP triple clamps. The frame bracket that attaches the Damper to the frame is where the problem lies. It appears there is not enough clearance between the base plate and the Safari tank.

If you have this set up can you please explain on how to fit and even better if you could send some close up photos of your set up.

Cheers Russ.
Heya Russ

You will have to take a small skim off the top of the front bolt bracket as it is too tight as you have discovered.

Will take a couple of pics this morning for you.

Cheers Andi
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Old 04-29-2013, 11:26 AM   #1717
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Heya Russ

Sorry for the quality but Ellen took the good camera to school and if these do not show you what you need I will ping some more of tomorrow morning.

Posted a few pics with slightly different angles, sorry bout bein grubby haven't done the housework for a few weeks

Any queries fire away.













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Old 04-29-2013, 03:17 PM   #1718
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cpr rottweiler intake

Interested in hearing 950SE specific good bad n ugly on fitting the CPR Rottweiler air intake on the 950SE. Read quite a bit already but its all mixed in with ADV's, so those who have fitted to the mighty SE can you share your thoughts?

Really interested in whats it like on wet muddy trails as well as desert....

Seems easy enough to fit but have most of you re-jetted?

Have a full 2-1 exhaust system and the blow is fine just need to work through the suck......
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:47 AM   #1719
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Hi Andi,

Thanks for all your trouble with the photos, I really appreciate it. How did you cut into the steel etc and is it possible to point out which area you shaved off exactly. I am a bit of a dumbass in this area.

Thanks again mate.

Cheers Russ.
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Old 04-30-2013, 09:00 AM   #1720
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Hi Andi,

Thanks for all your trouble with the photos, I really appreciate it. How did you cut into the steel etc and is it possible to point out which area you shaved off exactly. I am a bit of a dumbass in this area.

Thanks again mate.

Cheers Russ.
Heya Russ

This was all done when we got the bike so I cab't honestly tell you.

It would just be a matter of taking your time, marking it out and doing it quietly and properly.

We will have the tank off in a week and a half doing air filter etc so can put so "apart" photos up if this helps.
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:14 AM   #1721
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Any pictures or description of where you run your fuel filter, and how routed to fit with the stock fuel pump and a 30l Safari tank?

I've only seen one post describing a big loop from after the T-junction, out to around the rear cylinder, the filter zip tied to the frame, and then back up to the quick disconnect. Sorry no photo though, hence my ask! Also, that method sounds a bit clunky... :)
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Old 04-30-2013, 03:59 PM   #1722
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No worries, thanks again Andy.

Cheers Russ.
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Old 04-30-2013, 04:45 PM   #1723
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A few questions

Hi Guys,

Is there somewhere I can download the proper work shop
manual for the SE ?

Also where is the best place to buy EOM and aftermarket parts online for the SE ?

Cheers
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:29 AM   #1724
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Hi Guys,

Is there somewhere I can download the proper work shop
manual for the SE ?

Also where is the best place to buy EOM and aftermarket parts online for the SE ?

Cheers
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Glenn, you have PM, respond to that and your wish will be granted

Online parts, not sure about OZ but KTMtwins.com in the states ship all over and I know a dealer in the UK that could probably ship you stuff if you get stuck with anything.

HTH Wilso
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Old 05-01-2013, 03:10 PM   #1725
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can anyone tell me where the fuel pump relay is located on a 950 se.i was leaving work and she would not start fuel pump dead.swapped the fuel pump with a spare i keep around(facet) and still no go,i figure its the relay or i have to chase down a pinched wire. i wired the pump direct it fires up so its a power supply issue.
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