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Old 02-02-2013, 10:16 AM   #7066
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Does anyone know what the stock rev limiter setting is for the 690? Been working on my base map settings and cold start enrichment but need to verify the rev cut. I've got the soft cut at 7600 and hard cut at 7700.

For you tune ecu folks, does anyone have the spark map handy? My butt tells me it needs a bit more advance and I need a good baseline before venturing into holed pistonland
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:10 AM   #7067
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Does anyone know what the stock rev limiter setting is for the 690? Been working on my base map settings and cold start enrichment but need to verify the rev cut. I've got the soft cut at 7600 and hard cut at 7700.

For you tune ecu folks, does anyone have the spark map handy? My butt tells me it needs a bit more advance and I need a good baseline before venturing into holed pistonland
8400 std but 8800 is ok, been up to 9200 but felt it was pushing it a bit to far

Crank, this is how it finished up,also 700cc engine, had it pulling 124 mph with 15/45 gearing

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Old 02-02-2013, 11:34 AM   #7068
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8400 std but 8800 is ok, been up to 9200 but felt it was pushing it a bit to far

Crank, this is how it finished up,also 700cc engine, had it pulling 124 mph with 15/45 gearing

Great work Beaney! I need to dip into the timing for sure, she falls flat at 6600 RPM, I must be missing some timing advance. AFR looks good across the board and it just feels like timing to me. Back to the dyno next week
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:40 AM   #7069
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Great work Beaney! I need to dip into the timing for sure, she falls flat at 6600 RPM, I must be missing some timing advance. AFR looks good across the board and it just feels like timing to me. Back to the dyno next week
Have a look on tuneecu for the duke r map 2011, ign a bit more advanced and pulls strong from 6000 up. may give you some clues on where to go.

Also running mine on the rich side, found it helps smooth out the power delivery
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Old 02-02-2013, 12:42 PM   #7070
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Have a look on tuneecu for the duke r map 2011, ign a bit more advanced and pulls strong from 6000 up. may give you some clues on where to go.

Also running mine on the rich side, found it helps smooth out the power delivery
I'm running 13.2-13.8 AFR part throttle cruising and 13 AFR hard on the go handle. I need to adjust tip in off idle a bit also, I'm getting a little stumble. Accel enrichment table should do the trick. I'll D/L the Duke map, thanks for the tip!
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:08 PM   #7071
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Do Rally Raid sell these 4,8Nm springs? 465mm long from what i have read.

I see in an older blog on the Rally Raid website that you are developing a insert for the front forks in conjunction with Ohlins, hows that coming along?
Did anyone try to fit other front end on 690R? I mean for example from KTM530, 450...
I love this bike but the front suspension sucks
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:36 PM   #7072
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Chris 690R

Looking for a screen and Dash?

How about an adjustable screen, large dash for mounting gear AND upgrading your lights?

www.britanniacomposites.com Lynx kit made specific for the 690.

Mines a 2010 R, waited almost 3 full summers before picking one up, should have done it the first day! Yes you're a long ways away, but the folks there seem to be on the ball and ship all over.

Check the prices! Good deal, great quality and love mine. Plus, not that looks are the most important, but it sure transforms the bike for the better!

For me it was the same thing, dearly wanted the features, without spending over double, although RR tanks would be nice...but I've got my extra fuel sorted out for my needs.

Worth a look!

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Old 02-02-2013, 01:54 PM   #7073
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Did anyone try to fit other front end on 690R? I mean for example from KTM530, 450...
I love this bike but the front suspension sucks
Yes I have sx twin chamber forks 300mm travel and modified extended shock 295 mm travel ,, and it is very good almost as good as my EXC500 and of the EXC /husaberg fork will drop in with no mods Sx forks need a small mod for the speedo pick up
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:58 PM   #7074
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I carry a screw driver in my fanny pack, seems to work well and have never ripped the stock bleeder screws off. Not for lack off trying mind you
Yeah, I just keep a right-angle screwdriver with me in my toolkit.

But I didn't know Motion Pro had bleeders.
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:10 PM   #7075
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anybody install fork bleeders on the 690?
just curious.
i have them on my 450, they are nice to have.

Mandatory. I bleed my forks after every ride while the bike is pull on its side stand the front wheel up in the air.

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Old 02-03-2013, 02:56 AM   #7076
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500 km and my 2012 690 radiator has failed?

Any others had this problem?

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Old 02-03-2013, 04:07 AM   #7077
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In what way ? Did you fall , dd it get hot ?
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:22 AM   #7078
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Do Rally Raid sell these 4,8Nm springs? 465mm long from what i have read.

I see in an older blog on the Rally Raid website that you are developing a insert for the front forks in conjunction with Ohlins, hows that coming along?
We don't sell the 4,8Nm springs,we use WP,but there are plenty of others out there.
The Ohlins conversion for 2011 on forks is not very easy at all,and we are still working on a couple of ideas.
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Old 02-03-2013, 10:30 AM   #7079
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500 km and my 2012 690 radiator has failed?

Any others had this problem?

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You will need to elaborate on how it failed.
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Old 02-03-2013, 11:29 AM   #7080
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500 km and my 2012 690 radiator has failed?

Any others had this problem?

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Yes. Lucky for you it's under warranty.
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