Farkles for my 2009 KTM 530 EXC myktm

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Farkles for my 2009 KTM 530 EXC

June 13,

Here’s a list of all of the farkles market accessories) that added to my 2009 KTM 530 EXC .

After a absence, I got back into motorcycle riding last For the most part my riding is within the Simcoe County in Ontario Canada with a few scrambles and enduros thrown in for measure.

First off, I the big Katoom. It’s a great to ride and even in stock a far better bike than I ever be rider. But one of the joys of a dirt or street motorcycle is it to your own particular needs or

Most of the things I haven’t had to do a few exceptions), but having done I’m pleased (with still exceptions) with the result.

The fall into three categories: bulletproofing, performance and fixing KTM foibles. The first two of improvements are naturally things I’ve done just I want to – they make the less prone to breaking I screw up and they make the handle better which in helps me screw up less The last category are things (surprise, surprise!) my “Ready to KTM needed to make it well…

Now time for a little disclaimer. list is not intended to be complete are plenty of other good out there), I’m not doing a side by comparison of any alternate products, nor am I endorsing or disapproving any of the products or listed or omitted from post.


For any novice rider like myself, are common place and breaking off your bike (and come with the territory. A lot of the I’ve added are armor make the machine a little susceptible to the mistakes I commonly – basically making the bike a bit bulletproof.

Handling and Performance

As I’ve already said, the is amazing and way better at the job than I am. But not perfect so I figure improving the can only help my lack of skills ;-). At 6’6″, (198cm, 104kilos), I’m also a big guy, so some mods done just to cater to my

KTM 530 EXC Issues

The other category of are geared towards solving the problems with my KTM. of these problems have reported by other KTM EXC 450 and 530 owners so I KTM is aware of these. For the most the issues are related to overheating and starting (especially when

KTM EXC 4-… owners know is no single simple solution to two problems – it’s more of a of addressing one problem, which another.

Let’s talk overheating. I installed the KTM fan kit to address a overheating problem when in single track – the fan solves problem quite nicely. when trail riding or in tight single track or trail where I’m going the fan is running constantly. This the battery is slowly draining the output of the stock stator is 2.5 watts DC peak (much with low revs), the fan draws

2.0 watts, and the rear break draws 0.5 watts – so you do the math. To matters worse muddy single track tends to falls, and falls means the usually stalls, which in means I’m relying on the e-start to get the going again, which you it drains the battery.

The final straw that breaks the back (and my patience!) is my bike seems particularly to clear after flooding when hot which means I’m pushing the e-start button often. When the e-start is I’ve got to rely on my leg to kick the over and over, which a race is more exhausting the race itself.

So a higher Yusa battery is ordered and – but this is only a band-aid as it delays the eventual end state of a battery because it doesn’t the root problem of too much being drawn from the with not enough being

So some googling and reading ThumperTalk posts and next up is a new from Trail Tech higher DC output to help the battery charged. The stator allow the battery to charge, but takes time and if I have a few within close succession the battery will still be

More google, google, and up is a new Rekluse auto-clutch that improved ride-ability (read and stall less) and when I do it helps prevent the bike stalling if I lay it down. The Rekluse automatically disengages so wheel against the ground or nearby doesn’t cause the engine to which in turn minimizes the use of the

Of course there will be of you out there perhaps that say “Well if you just rode that would increase the air and make the engine run cooler and if you less you wouldn’t need the as much.”

Sigh… this is absolutely but the only way I can achieve the above is by myself in trail rides and out there and putting it together in a And this means I’m going to needing those farkles.


Header pipe guard – Racing

Front disc – Flatland Racing

Clutch cylinder guard – Enduro

Tall height firm – Enduro Engineering

Steering – GPR

Bark Busters – KTM

Higher battery – Yuasa. model

Reluse EXP Clutch

Radiators –

Fan Kit – KTM

Radiator Guards – Bulletproof

Rear Disc Guard – Designs


Swingarm Guard – Designs

New front and rear – 13/48 – KTM.

Rear license plate holder – Racing

Full DC stator – Trail Tech

New front and springs – Racetech

Front/rear shock valve job – and Mission Cycle

Racing – Tattz4Toyz

Radiator overflow – RLR Products

Aluminum Skid – KTM

Jetting Kit – JD Jetting

Tugger Straps

Rear Shock PDS Joint Protector

Silencer guard – Sicass Racing

bleeder valves – KTM

Large pump impeller – KTM

Oversize – Clockwork

Silicone radiator – Samco

Larger and lower – Fastway F3

Higher bar – Renthal RC bar


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