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Old 11-04-2013, 04:50 PM   #196
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Hi Olec,
The answer is yes, It will fit with the ergo seat.


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>>>>>
Dog House for Std and Ergo seat


Hi!

Does the Dog House also fit the OEM Ergo seat? Bike is 11 990R. (Std seat is stowed away as I am using the ergo seat all the time)

Thx!
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:17 PM   #197
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Just as another data point, it fits fine with the saddle men track low seat as well.

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Old 11-05-2013, 03:34 PM   #198
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So, today I tackled the following:
  • SAS pump and plumbing removal
  • Canister, canister valve, and plumbing removal
  • Installed Rottweiler intake system
  • Installed Rottweiler Pre Filter Skin
  • Installed Rottweiler SAS block off plates
  • Installed Rottweiler Snap Out setup for 'glove box'
  • Re-Maped ECU for mods

All I can say is WOW! After I buttoned everything up and did the remap (Rottweiler-provided map called "ADV_990-R_2011_USA_Rott_Intake_-_Akr_Ex_Tune_ECU__See_Map_Infos_.hex") the bike fired up and ran perfectly. The first thing I noticed is that the snatchy throttle response at lower RPM's is gone. Also a HUGE improvement in power smoothness. It feels like the bike is running the way it wanted to when it was born, before KTM had to slap all the emissions reg stuff on it that chokes it up. No more snap crackle pop on decel. I can absolutely feel the power gain. SERIOUS power gain. Response is great. The intake sound is also amazing. Not loud. Just snorty like a pissed off rottweiler. I can hear the engine breathing! Power gains and smoothness aside, I am very excited that I no longer have to loosen a bunch of screws on to get the airbox lid off. Two Dzus fasteners and the filter is off. Great! I also like the space and visibility in the engine cavity now.

Now on to the Snap Out setup. Half turn of a Dzus fastener and bang!.. the glove box is off!!! No more removing 12 screws. I'm actually looking forward to servicing the air filter next time!

With the combination of the intake system and the Snap Out I can have the air filter removed and in my hands in 1 minute.

It took me 5 hours to remove the junk in the trunk and install everything listed above. Not bad actually.

Anyway, thought I'd share! I highly recommed these additions to the 990.
Griz
Have you ridden it enough to know what kind of mileage your now getting with all done.
Also how scary is it to remap not the smartest on computers.
Thanks. Mike
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Old 11-06-2013, 07:57 AM   #199
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Have you ridden it enough to know what kind of mileage your now getting with all done.
Also how scary is it to remap not the smartest on computers.
Thanks. Mike
I unfortunately haven't been able to ride enough in order to get a good bead on MPG. Right about the time I installed the goodies it started turning to winter quick here in MN. Just got snow last night. I'm not a winter weather studded tire rider. My bikes stable up in the winter and I snowboard instead. :)

Remapping is very easy. Turn the ignition to the on position but dos not start the bike. Hook up the cable to the bike and to the computer's USB port. Launch Tune ECU. Go file-> open and load the map. Then go 'connect' under the ECU menu. This connects Tune ECU to the bike's ECU. Then go 'download' under the ECU menu. There is a green status bar on the bottom that will move from right to left and when it's done a pop up will say 'download complete'. Then click 'disconnect' under the ECU menu. Then turn off the ignition. Unplug cable from bike. Turn ignition back on and start bike. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
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Old 11-06-2013, 02:13 PM   #200
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I unfortunately haven't been able to ride enough in order to get a good bead on MPG. Right about the time I installed the goodies it started turning to winter quick here in MN. Just got snow last night. I'm not a winter weather studded tire rider. My bikes stable up in the winter and I snowboard instead. :)

Remapping is very easy. Turn the ignition to the on position but dos not start the bike. Hook up the cable to the bike and to the computer's USB port. Launch Tune ECU. Go file-> open and load the map. Then go 'connect' under the ECU menu. This connects Tune ECU to the bike's ECU. Then go 'download' under the ECU menu. There is a green status bar on the bottom that will move from right to left and when it's done a pop up will say 'download complete'. Then click 'disconnect' under the ECU menu. Then turn off the ignition. Unplug cable from bike. Turn ignition back on and start bike. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Griz
thanks for getting back with me, have another question for you, when you bought air filter kit did you get with them and have them send you the new map for the setup you are now running, mine with new filter is basicly the same setup as yours, exhaust,sas,canister,and will be air filter kit.
thanks again Mike
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Old 11-06-2013, 03:01 PM   #201
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you used to be able to download the MAP's directly from the CPR website but they are no longer available because a "competitor" was telling people to buy his set-up then go take the CPR map.

if you want the MAP that i just loaded, same set-up as yours, send me a PM with your email and i will send it to you. i got this directly from chris at CPR.

re-mapping was probably the easiest part of the whole job. don't stress about it. i was basic and easy. no harder than updating your computer.

if you don't have the cable yet, check HERE. much cheaper to build yourself and just as easy.

good luck,

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Old 11-06-2013, 05:55 PM   #202
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Ditto. Feel free to send me a PM as well and I can get you the map.
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Old 11-10-2013, 04:09 AM   #203
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thanks guys will get the filter ordered and get with you about maps
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Old 11-10-2013, 06:25 AM   #204
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Have you ridden it enough to know what kind of mileage your now getting with all done.
Also how scary is it to remap not the smartest on computers.
Thanks. Mike
I get 41+ mpg on average. I got 52 mpg on one segment of the Continental Divide Trail last summer but I was riding to conserve fuel.
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Old 11-11-2013, 02:46 AM   #205
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I get 41+ mpg on average. I got 52 mpg on one segment of the Continental Divide Trail last summer but I was riding to conserve fuel.
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have read most of this post's thats good to hear on mileage may also give you a shout when i get ready to change the map, if that's ok with you

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have read most of this post's thats good to hear on mileage may also give you a shout when i get ready to change the map, if that's ok with you

Thanks Mike
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Old 12-02-2013, 01:17 PM   #207
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The best map for cpr filter

Which map is better for cpr air filter?? ADV_990-R_2011_Rott_Intake_-_Akr_Ex_Tune_ECU or Power-TrippKTM990advAKRA. And why??? This maps are very similar.

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Old 12-02-2013, 01:30 PM   #208
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Which year?

I made a fusion map outta those two and am very happy with it. Ran the CPR map for a bit first and liked it too. I'd really like to get to a dyno and test all three- the CPR, the power tripp, and the combo map. No time till spring though.

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Old 12-02-2013, 02:05 PM   #209
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Just a thought on the mapping. On many other EFI systems I've tinkered with, re-mapping is best done with a GOOD battery charger hooked up. And pull the headlight fuse.

Sometimes the ECU gets low voltage, and doesn't write to the NVRAM as well as it should.. My BMW for instance (330 3 Series) Cant write the memory without a charger connected.. (Or at least I can't make it do it.. )

Not a big deal but thought I'd toss it out there..

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Old 12-03-2013, 03:02 AM   #210
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Which year?

I made a fusion map outta those two and am very happy with it. Ran the CPR map for a bit first and liked it too. I'd really like to get to a dyno and test all three- the CPR, the power tripp, and the combo map. No time till spring though.

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Year is 2010 KTM 990 R adventure.
What did you change and why? Will be very interesting to see all three map dyno runs.

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