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Old 03-11-2013, 07:11 AM   #7681
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Tragic news. RIP Beaney
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:38 AM   #7682
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Rip Beany THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP AND INPUT HERE!



So my question of the day here is, I am trying to get the fuel pump and lines replaced on the 08e....

I have the cycleworks pump, but looking for the filter and line at napa...
i read use the 3011 filter with is 1/4in then the 3095 filter which is 5/16....

what to use?

reassembling this stuff.. is it better to remove the regulator and insert both (pump and reg) pieces in at the same time? keeping the fuel filter line from kinking?
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:45 AM   #7683
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Rip Beany THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP AND INPUT HERE!



So my question of the day here is, I am trying to get the fuel pump and lines replaced on the 08e....

I have the cycleworks pump, but looking for the filter and line at napa...
i read use the 3011 filter with is 1/4in then the 3095 filter which is 5/16....

what to use?

reassembling this stuff.. is it better to remove the regulator and insert both (pump and reg) pieces in at the same time? keeping the fuel filter line from kinking?
On my 2010 and my 2008 I just replaced the filter with a small metal tube and relocated the filter outside the tank. When putting the pump back in the tank, you have to give it a "twist" as you are putting it in to avoid the kinking. This is how they do it from the factory.
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:55 AM   #7684
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On my 2010 and my 2008 I just replaced the filter with a small metal tube and relocated the filter outside the tank. When putting the pump back in the tank, you have to give it a "twist" as you are putting it in to avoid the kinking. This is how they do it from the factory.

thanks for the advice...

putting the filter after the reg, the regulator is not filtered gas, I would assume that it processes through more gas than the injector... would the reg not get dirty over time?
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:06 AM   #7685
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Sad news. RIP Beaney.
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:14 AM   #7686
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Just did a reset two days ago. For those not sure, read page 169 of the 690 shop manual.
You're wasting your time, the bs 15 min reset myth will never die.

In fact, i'm sure there are bikes all over magically resetting themselves while idling in rush hour traffic
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:47 AM   #7687
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You're wasting your time, the bs 15 min reset myth will never die.

In fact, i'm sure there are bikes all over magically resetting themselves while idling in rush hour traffic
Doubtful batteries are magically disconnecting in rush hour traffic to accomplish an actual reset.
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:48 AM   #7688
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You're wasting your time, the bs 15 min reset myth will never die.

In fact, i'm sure there are bikes all over magically resetting themselves while idling in rush hour traffic
O RLY?
So they put that in the manual and tell the KTM mechanics this just for fun?
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:06 AM   #7689
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You're wasting your time, the bs 15 min reset myth will never die.
That must be why my bike goes from running a little rough, to obviously much more smoothly, in the seconds just prior to me getting ready to switch the bike off while looking at my watch.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:23 AM   #7690
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Well blew the throttle body of my 12 690 today. First real test in the bush and it failed. Stalled numerous times also. Tore the throttle body rubber boot while trying to get it back over the lip of the manilfold. Massive backfire! I will be making them put a new rubber boot on at its first service. Got home and literally flattened the battery trying to restart it again? Also the paper filter leaves a fine mist of dust on the inside of the filter box. My 300exc foam filter never did that? Most are know issues so why does KTM simply fix theses issues and use a foam filter?????? I am a little bit annoyed!!!

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Had the same issue with mine, check your TPS and ATS sensors (they look identical and are on the left and right side by the TB). One of mine took a hit from the rubber connector when it got blown off and got cracked. Warranty replaced it but if either of yours took a hit it may be why the bike is having a hard start issue right now.

I added a unifilter and a FMF Q4 pipe with a new tune, no more backfires or stalls and the pipe is waaayyyy cooler. Highly recommend these mods to avoid having to setting your dealer on fire out of frustration.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:28 AM   #7691
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It's really not that hard, research "reset adaptations".

If you do that, you will learn that the ecu must be commanded to perform that function [via tune ecu or the ktm XC-1] prior to the 15 min idle procedure.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:41 AM   #7692
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RIP Beaney

Really sad news about Wesley. Your contributions and help will be missed, but never forgotten. Godspeed young man!
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:57 AM   #7693
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That must be why my bike goes from running a little rough, to obviously much more smoothly, in the seconds just prior to me getting ready to switch the bike off while looking at my watch.

It works for me !!!!!!
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:26 AM   #7694
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RIP.

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Old 03-11-2013, 10:47 AM   #7695
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Doubtful batteries are magically disconnecting in rush hour traffic to accomplish an actual reset.
A battery disconnect doing a reset adaptation is a myth too. The FI adaptation data acquired during the 15 minute idle procedure is stored in non-volatile memory. If the ECU were powered up to hold this data, battery life would be affected. Nothing in the manuals about needing to do a 15 minute idle after changing a battery.
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