I cut the wires off the KTM plug about 2" up the wire from the throttle & soldered the wires from the Honda throttle staright on. That way I still have the origional plug.
I did twist them together first to make sure it started & reved properly before soldering.
There is only 2 wires & it didn't seem to matter which way they went.
I found the bike started without the wires plugged in, but would not rev past about 1/3 throttle.
Clear as mud?
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I bought a 2011 65, previous owner tried to repair the front brake caliper and damaged it (bleeder screw stripped). I don't want to pay the $440 the dealer is asking, can this be converted to a Honda or something else?
My stock Ohlins rear shock is due for a re-build. Any recommendations on a good shop? I emailed Rocket Ron Racing to see if they are still in the KTM shock business but have not heard back from them yet. I also reached out to Ohlins USA and same deal, waiting to hear back from them.
Hello, Years ago I purchased a KTM 525 with several modifications done to it. Recently I crack a lower arm and bent a couple of heim joints on the same arm.
Can anyone identify this a-arm so I can order a replacement?