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Old 05-02-2011, 06:38 PM   #91
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Old 05-02-2011, 06:44 PM   #92
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My son on the same bike, we had to share as I had broke both of mine....

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Old 05-02-2011, 08:22 PM   #93
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More super secret facility pics I see...
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Old 05-03-2011, 05:43 PM   #94
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More super secret facility pics I see...
Nope, all Evansville raceway in Pa.
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Old 05-08-2011, 05:38 PM   #95
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No racing this weekend, watched my middle daughter graduate from college....very nice....



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Old 05-08-2011, 05:40 PM   #96
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Thats nice, congrats
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Old 05-14-2011, 04:18 PM   #97
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So my modern bike, 09 KTM 150's transmission had locked up at Evansville and I just got the bad news today that the output shaft broke and took everything with it, about $1200 in parts and then labor to fix it...SUCKS!
not quite sure what I am doing yet....
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Old 05-14-2011, 04:21 PM   #98
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If its just assembly drop it off here with a manual no $$$$ needed. I will need a week or so
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Old 05-14-2011, 04:50 PM   #99
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So my modern bike, 09 KTM 150's transmission had locked up at Evansville and I just got the bad news today that the output shaft broke and took everything with it, about $1200 in parts and then labor to fix it...SUCKS!
not quite sure what I am doing yet....
Wow, aint that a kick in the nads. Does KTM sell complete motors? might be cheaper.
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Old 05-14-2011, 04:59 PM   #100
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I came up with $1395 to replace every piece/gear on the main and counter shafts

50333002000 COUNTER SHAFT 125/200 '98 $129.80 $129.80
50333003100 IDLE G.3RD G.28-T $57.35 $57.35
50333004100 IDLE GEAR 4TH G. 4S28 SX 06 $86.21 $86.21
50333005600 SLIDING GEAR 6TH G. 6S24 SX 06 $99.98 $99.98
50333006000 IDLER G. 2ND G. 30-T $82.51 $82.51
50333011500 IDLER G. 1ST G. 32-T $89.24 $89.24
50333012100 SLIDING GEAR 5TH G.5S23H SX 06 $99.98 $99.98
50333021000 IDLER GEAR BUSHING 17X20X9,7 B $19.44 $19.44
50333022000 IDLER GEAR BUSHING 22X25X8,1 C $17.79 $17.79
50333023000 IDLER GEAR BUSHING 25X28X9,7 D $28.32 $28.32
52033096000 LOCK RING DIN0471-25X1,64SD $3.35 $3.35
50033029013 FRONT SPROCKET 13-T $22.30 $22.30
0625060031 BALL BEARING 6003 TN9 C4 $23.12 $23.12
0625062058 BALL BEARING 6205 TN9 C3 $32.14 $32.14
56033020000 STOP RING $6.62 $6.62
0760324571 SHAFT SEAL RING 32X45X7 BSLNBR $2.52 $2.52
54633014100 SPACER BUSHING 12MM $26.95 $26.95
0770230020 O-RING 23,00X2,00 NBR70 $0.20 $0.20
50333040000 STOP DISC 22,2X27,8X1 A $4.29 $4.29
50333041000 STOP DISC 17,2X26X1 B $1.90 $1.90
50333042000 STOP DISK 22,2X28X1 C $4.29 $4.29
50333043000 STOP DISC 25,2X32X1 $4.34 $4.34
50333044000 STOP DISC 22,2X30X2,5 $6.10 $6.10
50133090000 LOCK RING 22X1,2 $1.24 $1.24
52033090100 LOCK RING 25X1,2 $1.24 $1.24
50333001044 MAIN SHAFT CPL. 13-T '98 $179.36 $179.36
50333007100 IDLE GEAR 5.G. 5S19H SX 06 $85.66 $85.66
50333008200 SLIDING GEAR 3./4. G. SX 06
$101.34 $101.34
50333009500 IDLE GEAR 6TH G. 6S22H SX 06 $85.66 $85.66
50333010100 SOLID GEAR 2ND G.15-T $44.99 $44.99
50333020000 IDLER GEAR BUSH. 22X25X11,1 A $18.07 $18.07
0625160031 GROOVED BALL B. 16003 C4 J1 $12.91 $12.91
0625060042 BALL BEARING 6004 TN9 C4 $11.70 $11.70
50333045000 STOP DISK 22,2X27,8X1 $4.32 $4.32
Your Total $1,395.20
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Just proving the point that getting the shafts is expensive.
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Old 05-14-2011, 05:38 PM   #102
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Was hoping that if he knew which parts were blown and if he could save a gear or 2 or even the main shaft he could save a few hundred but if in fact everything was toast he was quoted a good price
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Old 05-14-2011, 06:28 PM   #103
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With gaskets and a fresh piston it was about $1500 and with my "racers" discount it was just over a grand, add tax and it was $1100 something.Some of the parts are backordered till middle of June.
I have it at my motor guy who I do alot of business with and is very fair with his pricing. But I do appreciate the offer Kenny!
I have to see what I can part it out for? if the bike is worth 35-3900 running can I just part it and get $2000? I don't know or do I put the 13-1500 into it and keep it or sell it and be flush...new bike is about $6000???

To tell the truth this kinda pisses me off at KTM again, Had a SX200 that basically did the same thing a few years back and it turns out the output shaft is the same part # for the last 13 years and it's on back order till middle of June. Had a KTM 144 that exploded on me (almost all 144's did) and I had a brand new SXF250 that was delivered to me with no internals in one of the forks? KTM did make good on that one after I made a stink but this is my 6th KTM in about 7 years and have had 3 major faults with them. I love the KTM's but in between I keep buying Hondas and never seem to have a problem with them, they don"t have the "personality" of the KTM's but that personality is getting expensive! I raced that 1980 for 3 years on the same clutch and transmission and it's 30 years old, the 89 CR 125 I just got seem solid as can be and it's 22 years old . my 2 year old KTM brakes a shaft and takes everything with it.....
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Old 05-14-2011, 06:34 PM   #104
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Sounds like he takes care of you. The way I would look at it is its gonna cost you 1500 but you will have a brand new engine / transmission. is the additional $4500 for new worth the new suspension (that your going to have to have reset back to your liking) and frame/ geometry improvements if any worth that much. Too be honest I dont know if they have even changed anything bewteen years its just how I would break it down
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Old 05-14-2011, 06:59 PM   #105
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