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Re: Accessories

Post by dflowers » Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:29 pm

Took a chance on the Racefoxx carbon fiber seat cowl in matt. Part was shipped the day after I ordered it, then took three weeks to arrive. Shipped DHL, but arrived via the postal service. Good: carbon fiber matches the KTM powerparts stuff as long as you get the matt finish. Not so good: bumper pad is just some hard foam cut to shape with adhesive back to attach it. Fine for a race bike, but a little tacky for a street bike. There is a little bit of gap between the back of the cowl and the bodywork of the bike. Pictures below. I already had the powerparts tail cowl with the nice bumper pad, so I put that bumper pad on, so between the powerparts cowl and the racefoxx cowl, I ended up with a nice looking part. The rubber support bumpers came from the original seat as did the bracket. Overall satisfied with the final product. I don't know of anyone else selling a carbon fiber seat cowl.

BTW, with all the other carbon fiber stuff, the seat cowl really ties the bike together... :mrgreen:
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Re: Accessories

Post by zesousapt » Mon Jan 26, 2015 12:04 pm

any smartphone holders? :)
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Re: Accessories

Post by Warrend » Wed Feb 04, 2015 9:21 am

carbon looks fantastic
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Re: Accessories

Post by Warrend » Wed Feb 04, 2015 9:24 am

dflowers wrote:Took a chance on the Racefoxx carbon fiber seat cowl in matt. Part was shipped the day after I ordered it, then took three weeks to arrive. Shipped DHL, but arrived via the postal service. Good: carbon fiber matches the KTM powerparts stuff as long as you get the matt finish. Not so good: bumper pad is just some hard foam cut to shape with adhesive back to attach it. Fine for a race bike, but a little tacky for a street bike. There is a little bit of gap between the back of the cowl and the bodywork of the bike. Pictures below. I already had the powerparts tail cowl with the nice bumper pad, so I put that bumper pad on, so between the powerparts cowl and the racefoxx cowl, I ended up with a nice looking part. The rubber support bumpers came from the original seat as did the bracket. Overall satisfied with the final product. I don't know of anyone else selling a carbon fiber seat cowl.

BTW, with all the other carbon fiber stuff, the seat cowl really ties the bike together... :mrgreen:
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Re: Accessories

Post by Tunafish » Fri Feb 13, 2015 1:48 am

kevxtx wrote:KTM 1290 Super Duke 2014 R&G racing black exhaust hanger bracket.

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R&G RACING EXHAUST HANGERS - BLACK•Finished in black this stylish Exhaust Hanger has been specially designed for the KTM 1290 Super Duke R 2014.
•Made from 6mm aluminium and featuring a modern design, this Exhaust Hanger really gives the bike a more aggressive racing look.
•Finshed in black powdercoat for a strong durable finish this exhaust hanger really looks the part.
•Finished with a White/Orange 1290 Superduke R by R&G printed graphic.
•Compatible with the OEM exhausts aswell as aftermarket systems.
Dumb question - does this hangar come as a set of two?

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Re: Accessories

Post by Bootworks » Fri Feb 13, 2015 2:45 am

I would expect a single hanger being that we don't have twin exhausts. You may be thinking of rear passenger footpegs, maybe why the confusion?

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Re: Accessories

Post by bodypilot » Sun Feb 15, 2015 5:32 pm

kevxtx wrote:The shoria is 1/3 the size of the battery I removed. :D
Thanks for all the pictures of the battery mod. It inspired me to follow and a nice byproduct was all the space to fit PCV and autotune hardware into!
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Re: Accessories

Post by BeastMode1290 » Wed Feb 18, 2015 5:22 am

bodypilot wrote:
kevxtx wrote:The shoria is 1/3 the size of the battery I removed. :D
Thanks for all the pictures of the battery mod. It inspired me to follow and a nice byproduct was all the space to fit PCV and autotune hardware into!
To anyone who wants to free up some very useable space under the pillion seat... remove the charcoal canister. Tons more trunk space now, and a PCV fits PERFECTLY in the small gap thats left behind without taking up the additonal room you just added. Easy to get to for map changes/tuning. Wins all around in my book. I used the dongle from Rotweiller and giggle like a kid on Xmas everytime I can rip off useless weight.

By the way, this cost much less than a battery, saves about the same weight and is more useable space IMO.

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Re: Accessories

Post by bodypilot » Wed Feb 18, 2015 5:23 am

Or do both
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Re: Accessories

Post by BeastMode1290 » Wed Feb 18, 2015 5:25 am

bodypilot wrote:Or do both Image
You're so smart ;)

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Re: Accessories

Post by Tunafish » Sat Feb 21, 2015 5:50 pm

Bootworks wrote:I would expect a single hanger being that we don't have twin exhausts. You may be thinking of rear passenger footpegs, maybe why the confusion?

You have to know that I live in WA State - we legalized MJ last year - I must have been stoned when I asked that question - I really have to apologize for the dumbest question of the decade.

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Re: Accessories

Post by Tunafish » Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:51 pm

Bootworks wrote:I would expect a single hanger being that we don't have twin exhausts. You may be thinking of rear passenger footpegs, maybe why the confusion?

I have to apoligize for asking the dumbest question of the month - of course - It just happened - sorry

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Re: Accessories

Post by BeastMode1290 » Tue Feb 24, 2015 1:44 am

Why don't you just apologize for apologizing twice in a row...

...in the same thread....


...for the same reason.

;)

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Re: Accessories

Post by bodypilot » Tue Feb 24, 2015 2:01 am

It must be a side effect from all the pot smoking!
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Re: Accessories

Post by Tunafish » Tue Feb 24, 2015 4:46 am

bodypilot wrote:It must be a side effect from all the pot smoking!

Definitely -
WA isn't full of all those right wing nut cases as in AZ they allow us to apologize twice for the same mistake in the same thread

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Re: Accessories

Post by BeastMode1290 » Tue Feb 24, 2015 5:52 am

Lol I was just kidding.

But yeah here we'll just shoot first.

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Post by Tunafish » Tue Feb 24, 2015 9:05 pm

BeastMode1290 wrote:Lol I was just kidding.

But yeah here we'll just shoot first.
As was I :)

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Re: Accessories

Post by dan 1290 » Sat Mar 21, 2015 5:54 pm

Best looking one I found so far.

Still waiting for mine, they are back order.

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Re: Accessories

Post by sully » Sun Mar 22, 2015 3:15 am

KTM 690 screen with custom made bracket by Steve supply in Japan

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Post by NewyKTM » Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:15 am

I like the look of that modded 690 screen, though I wonder would it actually function as a wind deprivation device? ;)
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