DynoJet Dual Tune on a KTM SDGT

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DynoJet Dual Tune on a KTM SDGT

Post by GaryCulb » Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:26 am

Looking for anyone that has installed the DynoJet Dual Tune on a KTM SDGT?? Specifically, want to know & see where you or your vendor installed the 18 mm O2 bungs on the exhaust. Local KTM dealer has been off little assistance. Cannot get any pictures from Rottweiler but, they say the 18 mm O2 bungs will go where the old 12mm O2 bungs are located. Without some significant move they will not fit. The DynoJet Dual Tune O2 sensors require 5 inches of clearance in length. Rear manifold on the KTM SDGT is covered with a OEM Factory insulation to reduce heat. Do they just take that off??

So, where does one install the DynoJet Dual Tune 18 mm O2 bungs on a 2017 KTM SDGT??

Best,

Doc :? :?

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Re: DynoJet Dual Tune on a KTM SDGT

Post by KTMSpecial » Fri Apr 12, 2019 1:57 am

I've done this exact setup. I mounted the larger bungs in the exact same location as KTM had prior....I have a TIG welder in my garage but easy project for any shop. I purchased a used SuperDuke (non-GT) exhaust system cheap to do this project, which as you mention doesn't have the heat shield material so was non-issue.

And can also confirm, the auto-tune setup is magic!

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Re: DynoJet Dual Tune on a KTM SDGT

Post by GaryCulb » Fri Apr 12, 2019 1:19 pm

Ended up sending the exhaust to Rottwioeler who did the 18 mm O2 Bungs on the OEM exhaust & put on a ceramic coating: https://www.ktmforums.com/forums/super- ... rsion.html


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Doc ;) ;)

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