Motohooligan intake install

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Motohooligan intake install

Post by vet57air » Tue Aug 09, 2016 4:09 am

Installs very much like the 1290r. I also did the SAS. Tank removal is already documented on this forum, but note the tank spoilers must be pulled forward on the bike to be removed. The tank is a bitch to take off and worse to reinstall due to the way front of the tank interferes with the front tank mounts. Hopefully there is a better way? Motohooligan build quality is first rate. Just waiting for my link pipe.
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This is what you get.
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This what you will remove.
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Air intakes are easier to install off bike.
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Air intakes installed.
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Base,air filter and stacks installed.
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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by Tancakar » Tue Aug 09, 2016 10:51 pm

looks amazing ! i know its really difficult to remove or reinstall the tank on GT. I was going to buy the Rottweiler intake system but it was to much money for my budget for now:)

how much this system cost ? is it Uk or American made?

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by vet57air » Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:28 pm

$450 U.S. on Aaron's website. Made in America.

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by Fragoulis149 » Sat Aug 13, 2016 9:46 am

Any dyno check? Are you using pcv or rapid bike for fuel management? Also have you installed slip on exhaust? And mid pipe? I am asking this because I have already installed a Remus slip on without baffle and I can't use my old from duke r decat because of new system of exhaust cat ( needs dongle) and I am curious if I order motohooligans filter how gains I will have with pcv or rapid bike and with slip on only and cat fitted. Any answer will be appreciated. Thank you

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by vet57air » Sat Aug 13, 2016 8:29 pm

No dyno close by me, but the Motohooligam/ Rotty gains are documented on the 1290r. The Motohooligan intake sound is worth the price of admission by its self. Many of us are waiting for a mid pipe and hopefully in the coming weeks Remus and Bodis will have them available. I am running the stock map and once I get the mid pipe installed I will try the 1290r Akra map. There are several companies working on a dongle for that exhaust valve actuator.

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by vet57air » Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:28 pm

So I have the Remus mid pipe installed for the GT which got rid of the exhaust valve. Pretty happy with it.
Looked into installing the 1290r Akro map. Report back from KTM " The Akro exhaust is not compatible with the GT model . Due to the exhaust flap control and a few other things like software for quick shift. We will have something soon, probably in the new year".

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by Tancakar » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:08 pm

any map on the KTm super duke 1290 r is quite a good fit. Akrapovic map i tried it works but so much fuel and the bike doesnt feel nice the throttle feels harder dont know why. but i try another one which is amazing but i will still do a custom map !. PC5 not going to give you the perfect map you want , you have to have it dyno tuned thats the best way.

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by vet57air » Tue Dec 20, 2016 10:48 pm

Tancakar wrote:any map on the KTm super duke 1290 r is quite a good fit. Akrapovic map i tried it works but so much fuel and the bike doesnt feel nice the throttle feels harder dont know why. but i try another one which is amazing but i will still do a custom map !. PC5 not going to give you the perfect map you want , you have to have it dyno tuned thats the best way.
So you tried the 1290r Akro map in the GT? We were told by KTM it would not work because of the quick shifter and other "programed differences. KTM did tell us there is a modified map for the GT is coming.
I was wondering and hopeful that they use the same modified map for the 2017 1290r as the GT so we get quick shifter up and down along with launch control etc.
Dreaming maybe, but as far as I know the GT hardware could do it. Its just software?

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Re: Motohooligan intake install

Post by Tancakar » Thu Dec 22, 2016 8:23 pm

Actually my quick shifter was working even better :) lol The problem is Akro map is very very rich the bike smells of petrol, so i didn't run it too long.But yea the akro map works on PC5 and GT.

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Motohooligan intake install

Post by MR C » Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:22 pm

vet57air wrote:
Tancakar wrote: I was wondering and hopeful that they use the same modified map for the 2017 1290r as the GT so we get quick shifter up and down along with launch control etc.
Dreaming maybe, but as far as I know the GT hardware could do it. Its just software?
When I had my GT dyno'd the op said the shifter works going down and yeah at low speed it does but higher the revs it starts to become uncomfortable if changing down, it needs auto blip to be 100% smooth.

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