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Old 06-11-2013, 03:25 PM   #3496
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I really like what u did to the engine protection.
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Old 06-11-2013, 03:28 PM   #3497
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where I can buy exhaust for this 1190? thanks
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Old 06-11-2013, 03:42 PM   #3498
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:50 PM   #3499
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Where did you wire the LEDs to? ACC1/2 or headlight?
I still need to install mine and was wondering how to wire up
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:57 PM   #3500
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So what happened to KTM's claim of improved consumption over the 950/990?

My 950 does 40 to 45 mpg everywhere, and been as high as 55 mpg on gentle long distance rides.
Bike consumes a lot in the city conditions; I never got better then 7.5 -8 lt/100 km when I ride only in the city. I guess that this inprovement is for the guus who have been consuming 10 lt/100 km. :-)))) but I am riding more crazy than any other of my older bikes. I like to feel the power; where it starts to drink up unresponsibly. :-))) the main issue is the enlarged tank I guess, 23 lt.
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Old 06-12-2013, 04:49 AM   #3501
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Bike consumes a lot in the city conditions; I never got better then 7.5 -8 lt/100 km when I ride only in the city. I guess that this inprovement is for the guus who have been consuming 10 lt/100 km. :-)))) but I am riding more crazy than any other of my older bikes. I like to feel the power; where it starts to drink up unresponsibly. :-))) the main issue is the enlarged tank I guess, 23 lt.
The silly thing is in rain or off road mode it still drinks a lot , sport mode or street mode is not to bad considering 150 hp on the back wheel available .

30mpg I only get :( city or a roads . Two up.
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:02 AM   #3502
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The silly thing is in rain or off road mode it still drinks a lot , sport mode or street mode is not to bad considering 150 hp on the back wheel available .

30mpg I only get :( city or a roads . Two up.
I've read 148 hp but assume this is at the crankshaft. Has anyone done a dyno run on the mighty 1190 Adventure? 150Hp has been mentioned many times .No matter what it is it will be more than twice that of my 690 E. For my own curiosity. I have one on order here in the USA.TIA
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:13 AM   #3503
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I've read 148 hp but assume this is at the crankshaft. Has anyone done a dyno run on the mighty 1190 Adventure? 150Hp has been mentioned many times .No matter what it is it will be more than twice that of my 690 E. For my own curiosity. I have one on order here in the USA.TIA
I m an ex Ducati diavel carbon owner and that was 162hp but I can say to you it definitely feels like 150hp pulls mad on sport mode. Dyno results can be good but. Don't think I will take it dyno cause its a little odd to take an adventure bike to dyno:)
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:18 AM   #3504
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So when is Aquiline going to come out with an ugly-but-effective, first-born-expensive plastic tank for the Eleven? I am coming to the point of either buying tanks for my 990 or putting the money away for a new bike next year .
I have solved most of the built-in issues with my Nine (using enough money to buy a good used ktm thumper) and while I don't begrudge this (mostly) as I like turning a wrench on the machine almost as much as riding it, I thought with 10 years to think about it the Mattighofen mob might have solved a few more of these problems (the sidestand still bolted to the case! Really!). If 30 mpg is true...that's almost unforgivable. I have owned sidecars that could do that, and a diesel tonner that comes close...
Enough whining...tell me again how 150 HP feels...
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Old 06-12-2013, 05:37 AM   #3505
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So when is Aquiline going to come out with an ugly-but-effective, first-born-expensive plastic tank for the Eleven? I am coming to the point of either buying tanks for my 990 or putting the money away for a new bike next year .
I have solved most of the built-in issues with my Nine (using enough money to buy a good used ktm thumper) and while I don't begrudge this (mostly) as I like turning a wrench on the machine almost as much as riding it, I thought with 10 years to think about it the Mattighofen mob might have solved a few more of these problems (the sidestand still bolted to the case! Really!). If 30 mpg is true...that's almost unforgivable. I have owned sidecars that could do that, and a diesel tonner that comes close...
Enough whining...tell me again how 150 HP feels...
150 Ktm horses man doesn't feel like them Japanese or German bikes it does feel really good I know why they say ktm is hooligan bike lol
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:03 AM   #3506
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150 Ktm horses man doesn't feel like them Japanese or German bikes it does feel really good I know why they say ktm is hooligan bike lol
I just got a quote from an insurance company, who said that the insurance cost of KTM bikes are higher due to the slogan "Ready to race"
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:08 AM   #3507
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I just got a quote from an insurance company, who said that the insurance cost of KTM bikes are higher due to the slogan "Ready to race"
Which company is that.? Cause I have 2 claims and 0 no claim bonus and I am 30 years old . I have been quoted 1370 which is fair enough. Next year it will be drop to 792 that's what they say. Full insurance+ eu cover. And in London.
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:26 AM   #3508
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Which company is that.? Cause I have 2 claims and 0 no claim bonus and I am 30 years old . I have been quoted 1370 which is fair enough. Next year it will be drop to 792 that's what they say. Full insurance+ eu cover. And in London.
Well living in Stockholm here, so not really comparable I assume. But anyways, the insurance company is Svedea and offered me the silly amount of 34300 SEK, approx 3350 GBP per year. Currently I pay approx 800 GBP per year with another company.
But the quote!! "Ready to Race" means that the bike is made for play and is therefor more expensive than other brands. Blasphemy! :)
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:41 AM   #3509
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I've read 148 hp but assume this is at the crankshaft. Has anyone done a dyno run on the mighty 1190 Adventure? 150Hp has been mentioned many times .No matter what it is it will be more than twice that of my 690 E. For my own curiosity. I have one on order here in the USA.TIA
my 1190 seems to be about 10% better on fuel than my Yamaha XT1200Z

Remus have a pipe out for the 1190 and at the end of the video are some dyno results
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QhOPsq1FdE
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:12 AM   #3510
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I've read 148 hp but assume this is at the crankshaft. Has anyone done a dyno run on the mighty 1190 Adventure? 150Hp has been mentioned many times .No matter what it is it will be more than twice that of my 690 E. For my own curiosity. I have one on order here in the USA.TIA

I've seen a couple of dyno results quoted in Euro magazine articles.

IIRC they got 132-134hp at the wheel, which was about the same as the Multistrada 1200 made for them.
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