Chain oiler. Simple and brilliant. Just turn the lid 90 degrees every 200 km to lube the chain. The system is simple to install and as it is a pressurized feed (when you twist the lid), you are in control of the amount of oil going to the chain. (All the gravity feed systems have […]
Feed tube indtalled. You can just see the end of the special homemade bracket. Proper installation of aftermarket parts is always time consuming to do properly.
For the chain oiler. This one is to route the oiler feed tube to the rear sprocket.
First time I had the tank off the KTM 1290. It took 30 minutes, but the process was reasonably straight forward, and everything is well made under the covers. Installing the BoosterPlug was simple and low speed power and throttle control is improved.
Larger footprint prevents the sidestand to sink into the ground and thereby saves the bike from tipping over. Mandatory equipment !
I decided on the Polariod Cube+ because it’s simple to operate (even on the move) waterproof without additional casing, small and light, and relatively inexpensive.
Figuring out how to route the power cable took some time, but the end result was very good.
Not that hard once the fuel tank is lifted off – and my finger will stop bleeding soon 🙂
After a few years on the bike, my center stand have now modified itself so it no longer hits the tarmac in the corners 🙂
The original clutch slave is known to fail after aprox 30.000 km – mine did too ! Sigutech makes a CNC milled version that lasts – and you can get it in Orange 🙂