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Old 01-28-2019, 09:01 AM   #121
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Damnit, AOMC is still using my pictures for Arrow fitment....

https://www.ktm-parts.com/72618AK.html
https://www.ktm-parts.com/72618PK.html

And my video!
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:10 AM   #122
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It is indeed for a KTM 690 enduro r. Which can be bought online at aomc for under 40$. Checked halls husqvarna and the oem 701 enduro skid plate is $101. They are both plastic but the KTM one seems to have a bit more coverage on the motor which will be nice for off-roading and keeping the mud at bay.

I was just informed last night about a billet clutch slave that is made much better and should last. I guess it’s more of an enduro thing since those bikes ride in the middle of nowhere more frequently. I have yet to look into it.


Are you running crg mirrors? How did you put the one on the throttle side? Unbolt brake master then re attach?
yes i'm running crg mirrors, you will need to loosen the master cyl to put the bracket on for the mirrors. You'll probably need a hand file to get your mirrors oriented the way you want. Also, i filed some of the bracket down that contacted the master so the master would sit closer to factory. Don't go overboard obviously.


Just put my oxford hand grips on yesterday guys. The sport model worked fine, didn't need to trim the clutch side grip but did need to trim the throttle side. There's a lip on the plastic throttle piece on the bike that you'll need to hand file (must be a theme on this bike) to slide the grip over. Other than that pretty straight forward. I will mention i also put bark busters on at the same time. The reason i mention that is i'd say they extend the bars by about 1/8" more than the factory hand guards so you MAY have to trim the clutch side grip a hair if you go with the sport model and factory hand guards. I'd bet you don't though.

On a side note, i put the PCV back on but left the rott intake off. I forgot how much i hate those oil based filters. I also have my doubts as to any significant gains over the factory air box. Anybody know where i can find dyno numbers from the same bike, one with a slip on and pcv and another with a slip on, pcv, and rott intake? I'd be curious. Almost all the dyno numbers i see are from a stock bike to all the things. Peak power almost never changes so that means the factory box flows enough air, i'd assume most of the mid range gains are almost all due to the PCV.

Just an uneducated guess
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:11 AM   #123
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Damnit, AOMC is still using my pictures for Arrow fitment....

https://www.ktm-parts.com/72618AK.html
https://www.ktm-parts.com/72618PK.html

And my video!
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Old 01-31-2019, 05:05 AM   #124
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yes i'm running crg mirrors, you will need to loosen the master cyl to put the bracket on for the mirrors. You'll probably need a hand file to get your mirrors oriented the way you want. Also, i filed some of the bracket down that contacted the master so the master would sit closer to factory. Don't go overboard obviously.


Just put my oxford hand grips on yesterday guys. The sport model worked fine, didn't need to trim the clutch side grip but did need to trim the throttle side. There's a lip on the plastic throttle piece on the bike that you'll need to hand file (must be a theme on this bike) to slide the grip over. Other than that pretty straight forward. I will mention i also put bark busters on at the same time. The reason i mention that is i'd say they extend the bars by about 1/8" more than the factory hand guards so you MAY have to trim the clutch side grip a hair if you go with the sport model and factory hand guards. I'd bet you don't though.

On a side note, i put the PCV back on but left the rott intake off. I forgot how much i hate those oil based filters. I also have my doubts as to any significant gains over the factory air box. Anybody know where i can find dyno numbers from the same bike, one with a slip on and pcv and another with a slip on, pcv, and rott intake? I'd be curious. Almost all the dyno numbers i see are from a stock bike to all the things. Peak power almost never changes so that means the factory box flows enough air, i'd assume most of the mid range gains are almost all due to the PCV.

Just an uneducated guess
No input? Where'd you guys go
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Old 01-31-2019, 02:42 PM   #125
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Only slip on and fueling dongle for me. Runs great!
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Old 01-31-2019, 03:50 PM   #126
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Only slip on and fueling dongle for me. Runs great!
Think imma get a custom map done on a dyno. Well 2, i'll leave the factory air cleaner and filter on for the one and then i'll do another with the air filter completely removed and the top part of the air cleaner gone too. Not exactly the same set up as a rottweiler intake but should be close enough to replicate. Time constraints make switching the actual factory air cleaner for the rott in between dyno pulls not something i wish to pursue and/or pay for. I figure the above test would be a close enough simulation. Bet there will be almost zero difference.
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Old 01-31-2019, 08:43 PM   #127
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Anyone need a stock 701 muffler? Need to get rid of this damn thing as its been taking up space. Willing to let it go for cheap cheap cheap.
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Old 02-07-2019, 11:53 AM   #128
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Old 02-08-2019, 09:37 AM   #129
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Seems like a mixed bag. Owners, would you buy again?
Yes. No one dates a supermodel and expects them to be as hassle free as the guy/girl next door. It'd be a unicorn if it was also trouble free but, as it stands, it's capable and fun enough to offset (most of) the frustrations.
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Old 02-08-2019, 09:41 AM   #130
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Yes. 8,000 miles and trouble free (knock on wood)
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i actually would, the bike is that fun
i will say i wouldn't buy again if there wasn't a dealer near by. It's no where near reliable enough to have to do a half days drive to get work done on it.
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Old 02-14-2019, 01:25 PM   #132
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I love mine! Would buy again, but not new. Not a 15 k bike imo. But sub 10k. Yes
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Ya, paid 13 something after ttl. It's not worth that
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I got the paperwork from the original owner. He paid 14,8 otd. When. I was looking for a new one, that was the same price I was quoted from the same dealer. Add the obligatory slip on. Boom, over 15 grand. Finding a 2017 + on Craigslist is the way to do it imo.


Added more parts to the bike:
Zeta Xc handguard signals with powermadd mirrors
KTM 690 oem skid plate
Scottís damper with brp mounts
KTM Evo airbox lid
Warp 9 enduro pegs


Making the bike even more fun!
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