PowerPig! KTM Duke 390 - October 2014


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DIY time

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Hoseclips were bit messy to remove.

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In place.

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Fuel quality. Right old filter, left new filter.

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Old filter was Discover had more pleats.

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4.5k old 7100

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Strainer not dirty like before. Think no on ever cleaned it.

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300v

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Soaked filter.

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Filled.

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Leveled.

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Service reminder reset.

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Design disaster. Rubber keys started disintegrating.

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Temp fixed with 3M lamination film. Searching for used meter to swap casing.

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DIY time

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Hoseclips were bit messy to remove.

View attachment 249860

In place.

View attachment 249862

Fuel quality. Right old filter, left new filter.

View attachment 249861

Old filter was Discover had more pleats.

View attachment 249865
View attachment 249864

4.5k old 7100

View attachment 249866

Strainer not dirty like before. Think no on ever cleaned it.

View attachment 249867

300v

View attachment 249868

Soaked filter.

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Filled.

View attachment 249870

Leveled.

View attachment 249871

Service reminder reset.

View attachment 249872

Design disaster. Rubber keys started disintegrating.

View attachment 249873

Temp fixed with 3M lamination film. Searching for used meter to swap casing.
DIY time

View attachment 249863

Hoseclips were bit messy to remove.

View attachment 249860

In place.

View attachment 249862

Fuel quality. Right old filter, left new filter.

View attachment 249861

Old filter was Discover had more pleats.

View attachment 249865
View attachment 249864

4.5k old 7100

View attachment 249866

Strainer not dirty like before. Think no on ever cleaned it.

View attachment 249867

300v

View attachment 249868

Soaked filter.

View attachment 249869

Filled.

View attachment 249870

Leveled.

View attachment 249871

Service reminder reset.

View attachment 249872

Design disaster. Rubber keys started disintegrating.

View attachment 249873

Temp fixed with 3M lamination film. Searching for used meter to swap casing.

View attachment 249874
Hi Deville 56,
Check out this video to fix these speedo buttons
 
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Hi Deville 56,
Check out this video to fix these speedo buttons
Good idea, but replaced the cover. There was another video, fixing with black gasket maker. Bought gasket maker for that, but never got time to try.

January 2021 - New Speedometer Cover

Been following MySpare Market on both Facebook and Instagram for some time, but was skeptical about purchasing from an unknown seller, but when he listed this part, couldn't resist and straightaway ordered with some other parts. Dealing was neat, sent message confirming availability and price, transferred money, shipped same day, received intact. He offered new, refurbished, and used parts for KTMs and other brands, with discount and free shipping.

Now coming to the part, some rubber parts of the KTM are crappiest. The speedometer shell is mostly covered with rubber and the switch part disintegrates in no time. Mine was the second cover scavenged from another speedometer. Shell was not available as child part and new speedometer assembly costs 8 to 10 grands. Similarly, the indicators also falls off without any impact over time.

KTM Refurbished Meter Shell - ₹ 850.00
(Listed both new and refurbished shell, but I never understood the difference. Item received was unused)

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Flip the headlight and disconnect the meter to remove.

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Old disintegrated shell.

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Old vs new shell.

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Screw holes look virgin.

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Compared to marks from old one.

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Meter minus cover.

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New shell installed.

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Fixed on bike.

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Good idea, but replaced the cover. There was another video, fixing with black gasket maker. Bought gasket maker for that, but never got time to try.

January 2021 - New Speedometer Cover

Been following MySpare Market on both Facebook and Instagram for some time, but was skeptical about purchasing from an unknown seller, but when he listed this part, couldn't resist and straightaway ordered with some other parts. Dealing was neat, sent message confirming availability and price, transferred money, shipped same day, received intact. He offered new, refurbished, and used parts for KTMs and other brands, with discount and free shipping.

Now coming to the part, some rubber parts of the KTM are crappiest. The speedometer shell is mostly covered with rubber and the switch part disintegrates in no time. Mine was the second cover scavenged from another speedometer. Shell was not available as child part and new speedometer assembly costs 8 to 10 grands. Similarly, the indicators also falls off without any impact over time.

KTM Refurbished Meter Shell - ₹ 850.00
(Listed both new and refurbished shell, but I never understood the difference. Item received was unused)

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Flip the headlight and disconnect the meter to remove.

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Old disintegrated shell.

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Old vs new shell.

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Screw holes look virgin.

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Compared to marks from old one.

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Meter minus cover.

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New shell installed.

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Fixed on bike.

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Nice now it looks brand new[clap]
 

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