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  1. 0 comments

    WOW, what can I say as a 61 year old buying my last coffin. It still takes work to practice ride MX, but my eleven year older bike (05') makes it harder. I definitely like the 16's smooth predictable power, ergos, suspension, EFI. The rear brake is no doubt touchy (OEM pads still), I stall motor often & have to relearn friction point often. The fork seals are leaking, but KTM says service forks @ 35hrs. I have two other KTMs, 05 SX RFS & 02' 400MXC RFS both with e-button, so I have come to rely on e-start often. So far, lack of kicker hasn't been issue. Spokes have loosened up, rims have dinged, POs did poor maintenance on truing keeping tight. About 3+ hours later, all true and seized spoke nipples freed up. I love the aluminum sheet screws that hold plastic on, lite & effective. And yes, they will not strip out, if you adhere to proper torque. Air filter is no doubt also easier to change, reinstall and I still hate cleaning/servicing them, but this makes it just slightly easier.
  2. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS This fuel filter is designed to fit into the 3/4 opening of your fuel tank. It helps prevent dirt and debris from entering in your fuel system. This filter will help prolong the life of the rest of the fuel system and is highly recommended for EFI bikes.
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    This is my Baby, I love this bike, super fun to ride, as a Newbie and a Casual rider I don't need more displacement but would like to see a little better Bottom End response and maybe Loft the front wheel a bit better but that's a lot to do with my skill development. I'm doing some "controversial" Mods to help with Flameouts and Bottom End, So I'm willing to put my pocketbook on the line to see if these claims are true or if the Forum Opinions are right. Update *** Mods Complete See Reveiws*** This bike has been brought to life by these Mods! I'd say minimum mod would be a better flowing End Cap and a TPS Tuner and you will see a great improvement in this bike! I'm more in love with her than ever!
  4. 1 review

    This "plug and play" kit has been developed so that the very fine Golan Mini Filter, 10 micron, can be fitted in-line to the KTM 690 Enduro & SMC motors, between the fuel tank and the injector, but can be easily accessed for cleaning and servicing without having to remove the airbox. It consist of a custom-built length of high-pressure OEM fuel hose, and OEM quick-release couplings and a Golan Mini Filter.This can be easily attached by disconnecting the OEM dry break and fitting our filter kit in between, and only requires the removal of the airbox once for fitting this kit. We have found the 10 micron Golan Mini Filter, which can be unscrewed and the filter washed, virtually removes any problem with injectors blocking, which can be a pain on long trips. Will work with or without our EVO1 & EVO2 tanks fitted. Suits all KTM 690 Enduro & SMC
  5. 1 review

    Save a cool $25 when you get this kit and get all you need for the best fuel delivery system you can get for your bike. It has the high flow 90 degree tank fitting, so your bike never leans out because the stock 90 doesn't flow enough. It has the straight shot fuel rial, so the bike runs stronger and less chance of flameout, and it has the large area filter. So no chance of clogs (copied from website)
  6. 2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION WIth gas qualities differing all around the globe you're best off protecting your motorcycle against impurities any way possible. Your bike comes equipped with a fuel filter which protects the gas coming out the fuel tank "Typically located in your petcock" before reaching your carb or injectors but that's not enough. When this filter gets clogged you're stranded. Why not filter out as much as possible before it even gets to this critical stage by installing one of Twin Air's Fuel Filler FIlters. No modifications necessary, all you do is simply install this under your filler cap and as you fill up your tank it will catch anything and everything it can alleviating some of the work of your inline filter. It will filter out as much of the big stuff before it even touches your standard fuel filter. Every once in a while take it out and clean it off with Contact Cleaner and reinstall. Preventative measures will save you money down the line.
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