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Old 05-08-2014, 11:39 AM   #16
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KTM 1190 Cap filter

this is an early type for the KTM 1190 Fuel Cap, high flow filter




how it is fixed below the fuel cap




and how it looks like from the fuel cap











the newest generation has a full-media filter structure, different media and improoved design

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Old 05-29-2014, 02:00 PM   #17
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just to help Alex to mount his Mark II KTM ADV 1190 filter

as you can see, you have to remove some of the plastic around the tank untill you will reach the fuel cap directly




than you simply flip the fuel cap and drill the holes like for the 990



here he used same plastic but use the iron wire I sent you, it's more than enough ( in the picture an early 990 filter adapted to the 1190)

check the picture at the beginnig, as you can see the filter mut be mounted with the wings on each side to improve the internal volume of the filter itself

once mounted use some fuel hoose to push the corners of the filter in the rigth position.

once properly intalled it will slow downs refuelling a bit, depending also on practice and petrol station hardware, let me know.

about your question, 20/30 in NOT enought for a modern IE bike, but it will avoid sudden filter clogging and prefilter dirty drowing

you will have to change your original KTM filters eventually, but not as often or soon as bad petrol would demand

please keep me posted about the behaviour of my filters with mexican petrol.

thank you again

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Old 06-15-2014, 01:45 PM   #18
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new design for KTM SMR /SMT 990

new design MK I b and MK II b with neoprene for better sealing










it will prevent water and or petrol do pass below the plastic cap, typical problem of some early 690 and 990

advancing relentlessly :)




we have already a new proto finally for Safari Tanks and/or Acerbis caps....

hope to be able to post some new pics soon enough



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Old 06-15-2014, 05:47 PM   #19
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Are you going to leave the neoprene square? I would like to get one over sized so I can trim it to fit my application.
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Old 06-16-2014, 12:27 PM   #20
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the neoprene square is left to be adapted to the various mounting, SMR and SMT have different ways, customer mark it and cut it once they check the fitting.

if you want a bigger square you just name it and I will try my best.

is 3mmthick to serve as a special gasket.

may I ask the application?

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Old 06-16-2014, 03:48 PM   #21
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I have a Husqvarna TR650. I have removed the stupid red reducer from the fill. Now it is way easier to fuel. The filter would be sandwiched between the tank and the fuel cap adapter.
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Old 06-17-2014, 11:06 AM   #22
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yes it is exactly how we do it on the 990 SMR/SMT

please, post a picture and some measures.

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Old 07-14-2014, 10:38 AM   #23
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new fix with external automotive filter set-up




to totally avoid internal filter clogging, simpy remove the paper filter and wash the second generation ktm filter with injectro cleaner

:)





special Akron hoses, 20-30 micron cap filter, 20-30 mircon new design for acerbis smal cap 0 micron filters





it fits perfectly below the screw cap, same design also for the TT safari 40 ltr tanks

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Old 07-14-2014, 11:11 AM   #24
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I'm planning on going through the developing world with my KTM 1190 Adv R and expect to be encountering bad fuel. What filters do you have available so far -- any progress on aquastop/0-micron for the 1190?
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Old 07-14-2014, 02:12 PM   #25
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hallo

there would be no way for you to empty the filter in case of water

if you really think there is such a risk yo should use funnels while refuelling.

funnels have a 50 micron mesh filter, worse than the pump prefilter

or a funnel made of an inverted plasti bottle with a 0 micron acquastop filter, but is really slow






this was made using a winns additive bottle for a 690 that went to russia with 3 tanks

the o micron would not allow you to refuel tha fuel cap shape and position is really a pain in the back, for the 1190 I can only propose the 20/30 microns

it's the best compromise and for sure much better than not having any filter at al

we were checking some fuel pumps prefilter with low milage, less than 2000, black/choccolate and took me 4 washing (high concentration of clean petrol and injector cleaner letting the filter soak for 20 minutes each bath and blowing it from inside) to get them clean again

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Old 07-16-2014, 11:08 AM   #26
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Fair enough. What's the cost of a 20 micron filter for the 1190 shipped to the USA?
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Old 07-16-2014, 12:37 PM   #27
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hello


Mark I



Mark II




inverted bell shape (Mark II design, a bit slower but more efficient, Mark I faster and slighty less filtering) 20/30 microns is 25euros, we shipped to canada with international tracking for less than 8 euros :) we will share the paypal fees :)

name the type and let me know

guglatech@gmail.com

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Old 07-18-2014, 08:28 AM   #28
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Zero micron filters for 990 ADV safaris ordered.

I have to say, I'm super happy with the attention and service I've gotten placing this order. I waited too long with this on my list and then sent an email to see if we could expedite things if I ordered. I want the filters ASAP but shipping will be an issue, etc.... Basic pain in the ass "my poor planning is your problem" customer.

guglemonster shoots an email right back telling me that what I want is still kinda being developed and fine tuned and will tomorrow be quick enough to ship them?

That's kinda funny. By the time I get a reply out (we're working across a few time zones, as I'm in California), I've got another email with photos of the proposed final solution. This guy clearly dropped everything for me and I appreciate it.

In the end, due to time zone/email/work issues (slowing things down on my end) it's gonna take two days to get them in the mail.

Yes, guglemonster, that's quick enough.

Shipping's another issue but not one he can control, and sooner shipped is sooner arrival regardless.

Thanks for your efforts!

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Old 07-18-2014, 09:37 AM   #29
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gosh I was sure you were going to complai about the color of the proto haahha that grey doesn't play with your orange haahahah

thank you very much, it's a real pleasure to help riders out there :)

if you want I'll let you have the pleasure to post the pics of your bike with you filters.

tomorrow, if the postal service will not play havoc with out plas, everything will be on it's way

must say I wish I could take part to such a great ride ahead of you

ciaps :)
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Old 07-30-2014, 11:47 AM   #30
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sorry Steve :)

have to ruin your surprise :)

this will work for SAFARI and IMS big acerbis screw cap




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