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Old 04-09-2011, 03:43 PM   #1471
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Old 04-09-2011, 03:52 PM   #1472
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I saw those, didn't know if they were any good. Found the LC4 hose thread, finally.
Searched on this and came up with a few hundred pages, none of which were what I was looking for.
Off to Egay. Thanks
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Old 04-13-2011, 07:51 AM   #1473
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I've had the ASI silicone hoses on mine now for 6months, I think. Great product and amazing service from a Chinese company thru ebay. Only problem was the kit was incomplete, they fixed it immediately with no charge!
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Old 04-16-2011, 11:26 AM   #1474
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I have gotten my hoses, waiting for the clamps from Napa. The counter guy didn't know they sold them.
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:12 PM   #1475
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Hey everyone. Some may remember my 2000 Duke getoff a month or so back - snapped the countershaft and highsided!

Anyway, Ive found another parts Duke and will be combining the 2 into one runner again!

The new Duke Im picking up is an 01 with 23k miles, better than the 35k I had on the last one

Its due for oil filters (I know there are 2) and valve adjustment. I know to get the rocker cover gaskets when I pop them off.

I dont have a local KTM dealer, but there is one just a mile from where Im picking up the duke from Tomorrow in SF. Im planning on stopping in there for the 2 filters and the valve cover gaskets, anything else I should grab while Im there?

Im trying to get the bikes together for a 1000 mile ride this weekend, so I plan to change oil and filters, valve adjust, new gaskets, new spark plug...

Anyone have the part #s for the filters and gaskets?
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Old 04-25-2011, 04:48 PM   #1476
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Anyone have the part #s for the filters and gaskets?
One of the online parts sites should find you the # for the gaskets no probs. Filters, get the kit if they have it: 00050000061 - has filter cover gasket, copper washers for the bungs etc for the same price as just the filters.

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Old 04-26-2011, 12:28 AM   #1477
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One of the online parts sites should find you the # for the gaskets no probs. Filters, get the kit if they have it: 00050000061 - has filter cover gasket, copper washers for the bungs etc for the same price as just the filters.
Ah, check that - there are two types of oil filters, and two of those kits. Not sure which year the filtering system changed.

ktm-parts.com says 00050000061 is for 2001-2007 with the screw-type filter.

00050000060 is 1994-2000, microfilter element.

So your '00 & '01 engines could have different filters.
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:30 AM   #1478
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Saw that - dont understand though as the motors are identical and both have the screw on on the front and cartridge style on the side.

Anyways - handled. Thanks!

I got a 320mm KTM Hardparts Wave Rotor yesterday and need to mount it up today. Anyone have torque specs for the front rotor to wheel? I even have the service manual and looked in there but cant find it.
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Old 04-27-2011, 01:34 PM   #1479
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Saw that - dont understand though as the motors are identical and both have the screw on on the front and cartridge style on the side.
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Is the 'microfilter element' kit for the non oil in frame bikes maybe?

The 0061 kit has a bunch of extra copper washers, o-rings etc that made me think it must do a wide range of LC4 variations that use the 2 included filters.

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Old 04-28-2011, 03:36 AM   #1480
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I got a 320mm KTM Hardparts Wave Rotor yesterday and need to mount it up today. Anyone have torque specs for the front rotor to wheel? I even have the service manual and looked in there but cant find it.
Page 51 of the English 2003 LC4 640 Adventure Owner's Manual states:

Collar screws brake disk front/rear M6 (10,9) Loctite 243 + 10 Nm (7ft.lb)

The service manual covers mostly work on engine not chasis.
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Old 04-28-2011, 09:58 AM   #1481
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Great, thanks!

I was able to get this handled

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Old 04-29-2011, 03:25 AM   #1482
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Great, thanks!

I was able to get this handled
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Old 04-30-2011, 02:58 PM   #1483
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My stock rear hub (non-cush) is starting to crack- i just found it- it is not cracked all the way around yet but there are numerous 1-2 inch cracks...looking at the KTM parts for lc4A rear wheel- could i just buy a hub/sproket support/rubber busshings- or do i need to buy the spacers and all the little parts????

if i could find a hub and lace it to my stocker that would be great. The only thing i could find was woodys wheel works and KTM world. what have you guys found? My bike is out until i find something...

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Old 04-30-2011, 09:16 PM   #1484
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My stock rear hub (non-cush) is starting to crack- i just found it- it is not cracked all the way around yet but there are numerous 1-2 inch cracks...looking at the KTM parts for lc4A rear wheel- could i just buy a hub/sproket support/rubber busshings- or do i need to buy the spacers and all the little parts????

if i could find a hub and lace it to my stocker that would be great. The only thing i could find was woodys wheel works and KTM world. what have you guys found? My bike is out until i find something...

thanks
I just had this conversation with Wrk2surf. Go to http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...3#post15798903
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Old 05-01-2011, 09:23 AM   #1485
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Talking Paging Meat, Creeper, or anyone else to the 640 White Phone .....

Hola everyone .......

I posted this in the 640 owners sign in thread as well, but thought to post it here as well .....

I just finished overhauling my 2000 640, and the bike is running awesome!

Meat - the eastern beaver kit and sylvania bulbs are a huge improvement over the stock ones ...... thanks for the info on that .....

Here's the question / issue / whatever, and is what I posted in the other thread .....

Stock IMO tripmaster v.s. aftermarket ........

See below pic:



As you can see this person has an after market tripmaster in his 640. And very professionally done, might I add ........

Here's my dilemma:
My old IMO's battery went, which yes, I can swap the battery out. Well I also scored I spare IMO, so my thought was to put the spare in, replace the battery in the one I took out (to have a spare), and Bob's your uncle ...

Well I put the spare IMO in, and it as well, has a dead battery, but what's more, and I'm not sure if it's a calibration issue or what, but the speedo on the thing is waaaaaaaaaaaaaay off. I don't even know if you can calibrate them. Ex: When I'm doing 35 mph, the speedo reads 98 mph

So, yes, I could swap the battery in the one I took out as I said, and then swap the battery in the one I put in, but now I'm thinking ...... Is there a better option?

What would be the pros of going with a Vapor, or is it Viper, or an endurance tripmaster, like in the above pic v.s. just fixing the stock IMOs .....

I mean, as it stands now, my odometer is hosed anyways and the bike reads 0 for mileage, so it doesn't matter what I put in or what I do ........

Thoughts, opinions, suggestions everyone.

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