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Old 01-01-2014, 01:17 PM   #31
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Eh?

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Those gains seat of the pants or dyno?

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Here again we are talking the wrong language

I do not talk about more power just better response

Pants if you want, pants of people working on rally sets, but it was a by product of the free of standard filter design

I went for getting rid of the original dwarf design and obtained also a better responding bike

More I am not saying nor selling ;)

Ain't no wonder trick, it 's a filter setup nothing more

Again every time somebody is talking about something simple and cheap which works there must be a dyno run ;)

I just wanted clean petrol whatever the source without having to put and remove filters at cap o putting original mini filters

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Old 01-01-2014, 02:40 PM   #32
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Here again we are talking the wrong language

I do not talk about more power just better response

Pants if you want, pants of people working on rally sets, but it was a by product of the free of standard filter design

I went for getting rid of the original dwarf design and obtained also a better responding bike

More I am not saying nor selling ;)

Ain't no wonder trick, it 's a filter setup nothing more

Again every time somebody is talking about something simple and cheap which works there must be a dyno run ;)

I just wanted clean petrol whatever the source without having to put and remove filters at cap o putting original mini filters

Never said MUST, just asked if verified.

KTM engineers know about flow requirements even if they don't consider the guy on the road and plugged filters.

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Old 01-01-2014, 03:33 PM   #33
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Heheh

Here another issue which I personally find very interesting

Engineers
Yep there must be some working at Ktm, but I suppose they drive the fork lifts



Air box
Regulator
Clutch master/slave
Clutch push rod
Generator
Main switch and fuse position
Battery size/position
Fuel pump assembly
Brake lines for abs bikes
Pds

The list may get a tad boring so I'll stop here

Ktm is far from being a perfect product, I am pretty fond of mine but have being working at it since 2007 and I am still wondering what will come next

About the fuel...

Let,s take the gs 1200 or any previous 11xx ie model

Ever took apart the pump in tank set??

Weeeeeeel far from perfect but much better designed an the newer Kim jimmick

Big strainer, automotive std fuel pump, general in line in tank alu fuel filter,

The new 1200 has not a set up were you must wait until all goes clogged up and you must change filter and pump !!!!!!!! Again marketing haahahaha

Got a solution for that too.... Just as somebody already did also here ;););)

What Ktm was after was a copy-proof system to tie the customer to original spare parts

First prefilter is/was plastic based membrane water separating and prone to sudden clogging and pump cavitating origin

The paper filter has the size good for a carburetor 125cc Jawa not a fuel gouged like our small virgin

No... Ktm eng have nothing to do with thi part of the bike.... Believe me
Here is marketing people after the cash for the original spare and consumables were they charge you a 100 bucks for 5$ stuff

And please don't tell me it's a fair price or I will put in the 40€ they charge for two stupid o-rings

Btw. The new per filter lost water separation capacity gained 30% more surface filtration and is now based on non woven PE wool trapped in a 200micron mesh

Btw

The same filter is used on the er6n..... Sort of a bad joke no??????



Now any one interested in revealing his profession as a Ktm eng??? Nope even if they do check all important forums.... Or at least they should haahahaha

I was Piaggio product marketing...... Was there bought the ticket got the scars

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Old 01-01-2014, 04:15 PM   #34
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Marketing.

You are good with words.

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Old 01-01-2014, 04:33 PM   #35
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Not listed as a fit for 950/990's but maybe its modifiable
http://www.cyclebuy.com/shopping/splitstream/index.htm
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Old 01-01-2014, 06:01 PM   #36
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Thanks. I think that will work for me. Maybe get one and modify it so it fits and can be moved to each tank when filling. I have 3 tanks with in line filters for the right side and auxiliary. Should work for a mexico trip and infrequent fill ups from questionable sources....
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Old 01-01-2014, 09:59 PM   #37
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Yes

Profill (Australia) makes slip-in tank filters for Safaris. I reported this here:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...errerid=129859



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anyone done anything with the Aqualines/safaris?

http://www.motocrossworld.com/site/s...oduct_id=33834

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Old 01-02-2014, 12:24 AM   #38
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Marketing.

You are good with words.

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Ups do I have to feel offended???



I am better with my brain and hands

Ok, how should I demonstrate the results behind the words????

Pictures???

My solution to pump filter with reusable automotive prefilter and multiple water stopping layers media replaceable ????

How to fix an out of th tank automotive filter and remove the stupid paper umbrella???

My solution for below the cap mounting filter???

You see, it's a forum, people talk, people work, people solve ;);)
It' a wonderful think tank over e world, there are plenty of other forum with great people presenting ideas and working on their bikes, and I am happily part of some very fine ones among them and it's my luck ;);)

For the ret jut brain squeezing and good old sweat and research

Ups... Again just words haahahahah





As for the rest of filters you are presenting

All can be adapted, it's only a question on how you think e problem over and if they will or will not solve the problem of the dumb filter set at pump
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Old 01-02-2014, 05:17 AM   #39
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I am enjoying your enthusiasm for the whole discussion. But I am confused as to exactly what you are recommending and selling?

I saw the earlier pictures of the in-cap sock type filters. Do these fit original KTM Adventure gas caps? Can I assume they are easily removable for cleaning? What is price?

It also sounds like you have an idea for a different solution at the pump? What is it you are recommending? Automotive type cannister filter? Where? How? Pictures??

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Old 01-02-2014, 05:38 AM   #40
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Shah

Thank you for your words

I asked the admin if I can put my stuff and how

Don't want to go against any rules and don't know hot to post otherwise both my ideas and the results

I do produce under the caps filter, to clean them, should ever the need arise since they are really big compared to the pump prefilter for example, you simply remove the cap and clean them, or in case of the separate membrane you open the cap and remove/clean and remount it :)

As for the pump solution I produce a multy layer filter twice the sice of the original one just to mount on the pump instead of the tea bag



For the paper filter I have simply installed outside the tank an in-line GM or Bosch automotive filter, petrol reinforced hose and inbox screw bracelets (not sure about the translation)

https://www.google.com.tw/search?q=f...p-zZUjDWIYM%3A

Sorry for the link don't know how to post it with e iPad


As for the "socks" they are designed to be attached under the fuel cap and stop any contaminants, two type, for carburetor bikes 20/30 microns high speed flow and for ie bikes 0 microns filtration.

Maybe in order not to break any rules I should wait for the admin ;)

As for your trip to Mexico, I will send you a couple of ideas in mp waiting for the admin :)


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Old 01-02-2014, 06:11 AM   #41
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I am enjoying your enthusiasm for the whole discussion. But I am confused as to exactly what you are recommending and selling?

I saw the earlier pictures of the in-cap sock type filters. Do these fit original KTM Adventure gas caps? Can I assume they are easily removable for cleaning? What is price?

It also sounds like you have an idea for a different solution at the pump? What is it you are recommending? Automotive type cannister filter? Where? How? Pictures??

Thanks
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Eh eh

My enthusiasm derives from many years of passionate mounting and dismounting plus an infinite passion for mechanics bikes and home made solutions e heheh

As from the filter

GM or BOSCH (MANN is also great bu too expensive)

I positioned it on the left side of the air box against the frame



This was Before fixing it simply between air box and frame

Another solution is a Mazda filter, but at 50$ the original one I preferred Bosch at 20$ with straight joint

But the Mazda would be ideal

Don't get the meat and doria after market version the filter media sucks too mic




To test media and filtration of all mi ideas I usually cut open and check everything before mounting and than I ride it getting the worst

Here the petro I got after washing one of my prepump filter after 10.000 km in Albania Macedonia Bulgaria and Rumania



Yes I am bloody paranoid haahahaha but I love my passion too much haahahaha

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Old 01-05-2014, 11:25 AM   #42
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Yes I am bloody paranoid haahahaha but I love my passion too much haahahaha



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Noooooooooooooooooooo ... :-)
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Old 01-05-2014, 01:45 PM   #43
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Noooooooooooooooooooo ... :-)
ahahahhahah

finokkio ahahahha

ciao ragazzo come butta??

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Old 01-06-2014, 09:30 AM   #44
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Fuel filters installed in 990 filler caps.

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ahahahhahah

finokkio ahahahha

ciao ragazzo come butta??


Gayoooooo ... Puoi anche rispondere ai messaggi eh ... :-)

Ti sei ripreso????
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Old 01-06-2014, 10:58 AM   #45
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cazzo.. che messaggi??

yep tutto bene, collo ancora mezzo bloccato ma sara' una cosa lunga :)

te?? fra??

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