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Old 06-05-2007, 02:54 PM
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KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

Hi!

Some Super Duke stunters has asking a lot us, about photos of ours 12bar, cage`s photos.
So here is something:
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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

that welded part on tail construction? what is that for? any pics with 12 bar attached and no farings?


anyways.. heres whats on mine so far...

1. crash cage... tested in one crash with 3 cars =) works like a charm.. only thing is that with that cage on i cant go on race track cuz its to wide and it schracs a lot in curves =P

2. hand brake... its basicly same clutch pump only connected to master cylinder of rear brake

3. sliders on rear fork... gives me that few inches of the ground so it doesnt scrach anything...




btw i like that crash cage you guys got... will check that in detail
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Old 06-05-2007, 05:17 PM
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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

Originally Posted by SideWinder SR View Post
that welded part on tail construction? what is that for? any pics with 12 bar attached and no farings?


anyways.. heres whats on mine so far...

1. crash cage... tested in one crash with 3 cars =) works like a charm.. only thing is that with that cage on i cant go on race track cuz its to wide and it schracs a lot in curves =P

2. hand brake... its basicly same clutch pump only connected to master cylinder of rear brake

3. sliders on rear fork... gives me that few inches of the ground so it doesnt scrach anything...




btw i like that crash cage you guys got... will check that in detail


Sorry, somehow we don`t have any fotos whit out fairing?
But here some pix in other angle:

Hey, how that (clutch)handbrake work?

Put some yours SD-action photos here to watch
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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

HB works fine... as the system itself.. but its very clumsy to use HB and clutch at the same time... so now wer making something like this =)

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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

Originally Posted by SideWinder SR View Post
HB works fine... as the system itself.. but its very clumsy to use HB and clutch at the same time... so now wer making something like this =)

what the hell is that thing? a twin brake/clutch control?
that's super sick.. want to give some more info out?
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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

Yes more info please I would like to order one!
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HB works fine... as the system itself.. but its very clumsy to use HB and clutch at the same time... so now wer making something like this =)

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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

https://www.harris-performance.com/news.php?id=58
this is original site where you can order it... its from UK... but its hella expensive... thats why wer making our own
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Re: KTM SD 12bar, cage`s photos...

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what the hell is that thing? a twin brake/clutch control?
that's super sick.. want to give some more info out?
TWIN LEVER MASTER CYLINDER IN ANODISED BLACK FINISH
This is a twin lever master cylinder that incorporates 2 master cylinders. It has the added advantage of being able to be mounted either side of the handlebar. For left hand side mounting, it can be used as a hydraulic clutch and rear brake and for right hand side mounting; it can be used for the front brake and also the rear brake. A very clever design allows for easy operation of both levers simultaneously.

Both levers are fully adjustable for span and ratio. It has two inlets for the fluid reservoir so when mounting on either side; it has an inlet for the brake fluid reservoir on the top of the unit. Therefore the unused inlet on the underside is automatically sealed off. It was designed and produced after much demand from the racing paddock and disabled riders. Available in either polished or black anodised finish.




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