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 My 2010 KTM200 
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TRAIL HACK
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Post Re: My 2010 KTM200
Thanks, just emailed suspension matters :)


Sun 29 Jan, 2012 1:21 pm
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Post Re: My 2010 KTM200
wingnut wrote:
06 200exc with the original expansion chamber on it.I think there is a photo of it in the parts and accessories thread


I tried it on my bike but the bash plate doesnt quite match up from what I can see....but thanks heeeeaps!!! Legend...will get it back to you whenever you like :)

An alloy one will do...ringing afew moto shops today to source one. If anyone knows a shop in Bris that def stocks them for my ktm, lemme know.I have a couple days off so will try to get it then :)

Might get muddy on Wednesday!!!


Mon 30 Jan, 2012 6:53 am
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I don t think anyone will be game to recomend anyone other than the site sponsor SUSPENSION MATTERS :)

I ve ridden a WR set up by SUSPENSION MATTERS and it was tops so I ll give him a go at my next bike .

I ve had Paul at MPE do a few bikes for me and even though he sets them up a little hard at first , he has always done a top job on mine .




MPE is fine to mention Paul is a sponsor too Shane

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Mon 30 Jan, 2012 7:00 am
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yeah I hear MPE is great also....will call them also..no probs, thanks.


Mon 30 Jan, 2012 7:22 am
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Can anyone suggest a good torque wrench that wont send me broke?....still getting my head around it all but want to make sure I get one that is the right size etc?...


Mon 30 Jan, 2012 6:34 pm
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Motorx. And 50 -1. Would be a good place to start !! And yes. Take a few plugs They can be temperamental crybaby2



my TM has fouled 2 plugs in 600kms and my KTM hasnt fouled a plug since i got it jetted thefinger thefinger thefinger thefinger thefinger

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Mon 30 Jan, 2012 6:37 pm
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shane wrote:
I don t think anyone will be game to recomend anyone other than the site sponsor SUSPENSION MATTERS :)

I ve ridden a WR set up by SUSPENSION MATTERS and it was tops so I ll give him a go at my next bike .

I ve had Paul at MPE do a few bikes for me and even though he sets them up a little hard at first , he has always done a top job on mine .




MPE is fine to mention Paul is a sponsor too Shane


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Mon 30 Jan, 2012 6:41 pm
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roycey wrote:
bestbuddy wrote:
Motorx. And 50 -1. Would be a good place to start !! And yes. Take a few plugs They can be temperamental crybaby2



my TM has fouled 2 plugs in 600kms and my KTM hasnt fouled a plug since i got it jetted thefinger thefinger thefinger thefinger thefinger


Apparently the guy I bought the 200 off made it leaner when he added the fmf pipe...make sense?


Mon 30 Jan, 2012 6:46 pm
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smaller jets kylie

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Mon 30 Jan, 2012 7:20 pm
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Can anyone suggest a good torque wrench that wont send me broke?....still getting my head around it all but want to make sure I get one that is the right size etc?...




Not that nessesary Kylie.

Just use 3/8.. 1/4 inch socket sets(preferably single hex) half inch is pretty much only for ya axle nuts. Things need too be firm but not forced. Tighten stuff up evenly, eg tripple clamps.


Mon 30 Jan, 2012 8:57 pm
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Does anyone know if I can get a smaller rated rear shock spring for my bike from standard, as Im only 57 kg.... :(


Tue 31 Jan, 2012 7:58 pm
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Post Re: My 2010 KTM200
Try setting your "sag" first. May be with in limits? Not sure on a 200 dontknow

If it is too lower it? Talk too suspension people cause it may upset valving at the same time.


I would do you settings in your manual (sag,check your clickers are same both sides and probably start with std clicker settings,should be in manual if you got one) first and then get out for a ride before i started too spend too much.


Tue 31 Jan, 2012 9:09 pm
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Post Re: My 2010 KTM200
Just remember. Once you put on all of your riding gear--and back pack with water--food--tools--and spares etc-etc. You could be within your sag limit of that spring you got now. As J the Boy said. Get out and ride it first and go from there,


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Yep agree with Jtheboy icon_thumright
Take it for a ride first , You never know it may feel perfect dontknow
Remember your currently riding a yz ( which are set up very hard for MotoX )
The 200 is an enduro bike which are generaly a lot softer


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1650bullet wrote:
Just remember. Once you put on all of your riding gear--and back pack with water--food--tools--and spares etc-etc. You could be within your sag limit of that spring you got now. As J the Boy said. Get out and ride it first and go from there,


Kylie carries tools and spares???? Really???? She even makes me carry my own spanners for her bike!!!!!

Ride your bike..... if you can kick start it. lol

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