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  1. Jolly705

    2015 KTM 350 XCF Lighting

    So here is my take on adding lights to the 350 XCF without adding a new stator. I only need the lights for inspection and emergencies so I think this solution will work great. I bought a HS1 base LED bulb. I found a 30 W that draws 6 W of power and a 80 W bulbs that uses 10 W. I opted for the 30 W to use less power. It was a direct plug and play. Also love the EE headlight as it comes with an on and off switch. Here are links to bulbs that will fit. I am pretty sure any standard H4 will work too: http://www.ebay.com/itm/161721715450?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&rmvSB=true http://www.aliexpress.com/item/80w-high-power-cree-LED-fog-light-H4-DC12V-DC24V-super-bright-cree-LED-fog-lcar/974454315.html?spm=2114.01020208.3.1.L3JpYw&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_1,searchweb201527_4,searchweb201560_9&af=85386&dp=6378_1446848030_eb3666eafd2e1e597ff2359ead31f00b
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    Starting a 350EXC without a battery

    Thanks guys, I did not think it would work but one could dream!
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    Starting a 350EXC without a battery

    Thanks for sharing, I noticed the thread was based on using the capacitor with the kick starter, wondering if you don't have a kick starter if it still has enough power to turn the bike over? Thanks.
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    Starting a 350EXC without a battery

    Great thread, will the capacitor work without a kickstarter? I have a 2015 KTM 350 XCF and fear getting stuck! Thanks
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    2015 KTM 350 XCF Lighting

    Kevin, sounds like trailtech is the way to go. Thanks.
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    2015 KTM 350 XCF Lighting

    Can you put a XCFW stator on the bike? I am always "nervous" to run aftermarket stators. I really want the lights to pass inspection and for an "oh shit" moment to get out of the woods at night.
  7. I have done some research and can't find any threads on the newer 350's, I am wondering if the stock stator can run a head and tail light without problems? Also is the Sicass or EE kits plug and play? It appears the older 350's were not. I would like to put a headlight and tail light on my XCF but not really interested in updating the stator unless I absolutely had to. Thanks.
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    Just moved to SLC, need jetting tips

    DE enduro
  9. I just landed in SLC from the east coast and need to re jet a few bikes any help would be great, please see below: Yamaha YZ250 Yamaha XT225 (wife) Ktm 950 SE WR450F (Super excited this one has FI so it needs nothing) They are currently set up fit sea level. Which way do I need to go in jets, thanks again. Ps anyone want to ride?
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    I rode some of the course this weekend, it is coming along great! Don't miss this event!
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    2012 WR450 Starting woes

    I was wondering the same thing about the CDI, I also picked one up on this past Saturday for cheap and have been having trouble starting it. I think I am going to hit the dealer and ask for the sniffer test that was mentioned earlier in the thread.
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    2001 DRZ400 E Carb Question

    I know it has an AP, is there directions on cleaning anywhere? Thanks
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    2001 DRZ400 E Carb Question

    This is one confusing carb! Do you think it is the AP? Can I check that without pulling the whole thing apart again? I have never worked on such a complicated carb.
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    2001 DRZ400 E Carb Question

    I searched and could not find exactly what I am looking for and I need some help. The bike runs amazing at mid to high rpm's but there is a nasty flat spot at the bottom of the throttle and if you snap it the bike will sometimes shut off. I don't know much about the these carbs other than taking it in and out of the bike is a pain. I check all the jets and they were clean. Someone told me it might be the accelerator pump? If so any suggestions on how to clean? I live in NYC (basically sea level) and it currently has a slip on but that is the only mod. The pilot seems kind of large to me as well as it is a 65. Thanks for any tips, it is my fathers bike and I am trying to get it running right for him.
  15. Here is a link to AMA bulletin you can fill out as well: http://www.americanmotorcyclist.com/...gislation.aspx