KTM 390 DUKE AR 2017 Naked Bike Owner Manual

KTM 390 DUKE AR 2017 Naked Bike Owner Manual
OWNER'S MANUAL 2017
390 Duke
Art. no. 3213565en
DEAR KTM CUSTOMER
Congratulations on your decision to purchase a KTM motorcycle. You are now the owner of a state-of-the-art
sports motorcycle that will give you enormous pleasure if you service and maintain it properly.
DEAR KTM CUSTOMER
We hope you enjoy riding this motorcycle!
Enter the serial numbers of your vehicle below.
Chassis number (
p. 24)
Engine number (
p. 25)
Key number (
Dealer's stamp
p. 26)
The Owner's Manual contained the latest information for this model series at the time of going to print. However,
minor differences due to further developments in design cannot be ruled out completely.
All specifications are non-binding. KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH specifically reserves the right to modify or delete
technical specifications, prices, colors, forms, materials, services, designs, equipment, etc., without prior notice
and without specifying reasons, to adapt these to local conditions, as well as to stop production of a particular
model without prior notice. KTM accepts no liability for delivery options, deviations from figures and descriptions,
misprints, and other errors. The models portrayed partly contain special equipment that does not belong to the
regular scope of supply.
© 2018 KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH, Mattighofen Austria
All rights reserved
*3213565en*
3213565en
05/2018
DEAR KTM CUSTOMER
Reproduction, even in part, as well as copying of all kinds, is permitted only with the express written permission
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ISO 9001(12 100 6061)
According to the international quality management standard ISO 9001, KTM uses quality assurance processes that lead to the maximum possible quality of the products.
Issued by: TÜV Management Service
KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH
Stallhofnerstraße 3
5230 Mattighofen, Austria
This document is valid for the following models:
390 Duke EU (F4303Q1, F4303Q2)
390 Duke EU (F4303Q3, F4303Q4)
390 Duke AU (F4360Q1, F4360Q2)
390 Duke JP (F4386Q1, F4386Q2)
390 Duke AR (F4342Q1, F4342Q2)
390 Duke BR (F4340Q1, F4340Q2)
390 Duke MY (F4389Q1, F4389Q2)
390 Duke PH (F4382Q1, F4382Q2)
390 Duke TH (F4383Q4, F4383Q5)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
MEANS OF REPRESENTATION ...................... 9
1.1
1.2
2
VIEW OF VEHICLE ...................................... 20
4.1
4.2
Symbols used .................................... 9
Formats used................................... 10
SAFETY ADVICE.......................................... 11
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.10
3
4
Use definition..................................
Misuse............................................
Safety advice...................................
Degrees of risk and symbols ..............
Tampering warning...........................
Safe operation .................................
Protective clothing ...........................
Work rules.......................................
Environment....................................
Owner's Manual ...............................
11
11
11
12
13
13
14
15
15
16
IMPORTANT NOTES.................................... 17
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Manufacturer and implied warranty....
Operating and auxiliary substances ....
Spare parts, accessories ...................
Service ...........................................
Figures ...........................................
Customer service..............................
17
17
17
18
18
18
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SERIAL NUMBERS ..................................... 24
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
6
View of vehicle, front left (example) ... 20
View of vehicle, rear right
(example)........................................ 22
Chassis number ...............................
Type label .......................................
Engine number ................................
Key number.....................................
24
24
25
26
CONTROLS................................................. 27
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.5
6.5.1
Clutch lever.....................................
Hand brake lever..............................
Throttle grip ....................................
Switches on the left side of the
handlebar........................................
Combination switch......................
Light switch ................................
Menu switch................................
Turn signal switch........................
Horn button ................................
Switches on the right side of the
handlebar........................................
Emergency OFF switch .................
27
27
28
28
28
29
30
30
31
31
31
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6.5.2
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
7
32
32
33
34
34
36
37
37
38
38
39
40
40
COMBINATION INSTRUMENT ..................... 42
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
4
Electric starter button ..................
Ignition/steering lock ........................
Locking the steering .........................
Unlocking the steering......................
Opening the filler cap.......................
Closing the filler cap ........................
Seat lock.........................................
Tool set...........................................
Grab handles ...................................
Passenger foot pegs .........................
Shift lever .......................................
Foot brake lever ...............................
Side stand.......................................
Combination instrument ...................
Activation and test ...........................
Day-Night mode...............................
Warning notes..................................
Indicator lamps................................
Display ...........................................
Speed .............................................
Shift warning light ...........................
Speed .............................................
ODO display ....................................
Coolant temperature indicator ...........
42
42
43
44
46
50
52
53
54
55
55
7.12 Fuel level display .............................
7.13 Time...............................................
7.14 Favourites display ............................
7.15 Quick Selector 1 display ...................
7.16 Quick Selector 2 display ...................
7.17 Menu..............................................
7.17.1
KTM MY RIDE (optional) ..............
7.17.2
Info ............................................
7.17.3
Motorcycle ..................................
7.17.4
Settings ......................................
7.17.5
Preferences .................................
7.17.6
Pairing (optional) .........................
7.17.7
Audio (optional)...........................
7.17.8
Telephony (optional) ....................
7.17.9
General Info ................................
7.17.10 Trip 1 .........................................
7.17.11 Trip 2 .........................................
7.17.12 Warning ......................................
7.17.13 ABS............................................
7.17.14 Favourites ...................................
7.17.15 Quick Selector 1..........................
7.17.16 Quick Selector 2..........................
7.17.17 Bluetooth ....................................
7.17.18 Shift Light ..................................
7.17.19 Setting the time and date .............
7.17.20 DRL ...........................................
56
57
58
58
59
59
60
61
61
62
62
63
64
66
67
67
68
69
70
72
72
73
74
75
75
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7.17.21
7.17.22
7.17.23
7.17.24
7.17.25
7.17.26
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80
80
81
82
82
PREPARING FOR USE................................. 84
8.1
8.2
8.3
9
Distance .....................................
Temperature................................
Fuel Cons....................................
Language ....................................
Service .......................................
Extra Functions ...........................
Advice on preparing for first use ........ 84
Running in the engine ...................... 86
Loading the vehicle .......................... 86
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS.............................. 89
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
Checks and maintenance measures
when preparing for use ..................... 89
Starting........................................... 90
Starting off...................................... 92
Shifting, riding ................................ 93
Applying the brakes.......................... 97
Stopping, parking........................... 100
Transport ...................................... 101
Refueling ...................................... 103
10 SERVICE SCHEDULE ................................ 106
10.1
10.2
Additional information .................... 106
Required work ............................... 106
10.3
Recommended work ....................... 108
11 TUNING THE CHASSIS ............................. 110
11.1
11.2
Adjusting the spring preload of the
shock absorber ........................... 110
Adjusting the shift lever.................. 111
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS............. 113
12.1
Raising the motorcycle with the
rear lifting gear ..............................
12.2 Removing the rear of the
motorcycle from the lifting gear .......
12.3 Lifting the motorcycle with the
front lifting gear.............................
12.4 Taking the motorcycle off the front
lifting gear ....................................
12.5 Cleaning the dust boots of the fork
legs ..............................................
12.6 Removing the passenger seat ..........
12.7 Mounting the passenger seat...........
12.8 Removing the front rider's seat ........
12.9 Mounting the front rider's seat.........
12.10 Checking for chain dirt
accumulation.................................
12.11 Cleaning the chain .........................
12.12 Checking the chain tension .............
113
113
114
116
117
119
120
120
121
122
122
124
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12.13 Adjusting the chain tension.............
12.14 Checking the chain, rear sprocket,
and engine sprocket .......................
12.15 Adjusting the basic position of the
clutch lever ...................................
12.16 Removing the front spoiler ..............
12.17 Fitting front spoiler ........................
125
127
130
130
131
13 BRAKE SYSTEM ....................................... 133
13.1
13.2
Antilock brake system (ABS) ...........
Adjusting the basic position of the
hand brake lever ............................
13.3 Checking the brake discs ................
13.4 Checking the brake fluid level of
the front brake...............................
13.5 Adding front brake fluid ..............
13.6 Checking the front brake linings ......
13.7 Checking the free travel of foot
brake lever ....................................
13.8 Adjusting the free travel of the foot
brake lever .................................
13.9 Checking the rear brake fluid
level .............................................
13.10 Adding rear brake fluid ...............
13.11 Checking the rear brake linings .......
6
133
14 WHEELS, TIRES ....................................... 153
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
14.6
14.7
Removing the front wheel ............
Installing the front wheel ............
Removing the rear wheel .............
Installing the rear wheel ..............
Checking the rear hub rubber
dampers ....................................
Checking the tire condition .............
Checking the tire air pressure..........
153
154
156
158
161
163
165
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ............................... 167
136
136
138
139
142
143
145
147
148
151
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
15.6
Daytime running light (DRL).............
Removing the battery ..................
Installing the battery ...................
Recharging the battery ................
Changing the ABS fuses .................
Changing the fuses of individual
power consumers ...........................
15.7 Checking the headlight setting ........
15.8 Adjusting the headlight range..........
15.9 Diagnostics connector ....................
15.10 Front ACC1 and ACC2 ....................
167
168
170
171
174
177
180
181
182
182
16 COOLING SYSTEM .................................... 183
16.1
Cooling system .............................. 183
TABLE OF CONTENTS
16.2
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
Checking the antifreeze and
coolant level ..................................
Checking the coolant level ..............
Draining the coolant ...................
Filling/bleeding the cooling
system ......................................
Changing the coolant ..................
20.2
185
188
190
191
194
17 TUNING THE ENGINE............................... 198
17.1
17.2
Checking the clutch lever play......... 198
Adjusting play in the clutch
lever .......................................... 199
18 SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE .............. 200
18.1
18.2
18.3
Checking the engine oil level........... 200
Changing the engine oil and oil
filter, cleaning the oil screens ...... 201
Adding engine oil ........................... 205
19 CLEANING, CARE ..................................... 207
19.1
19.2
Cleaning the motorcycle ................. 207
Checks and maintenance steps for
winter operation............................. 210
20 STORAGE ................................................. 212
20.1
Storage ......................................... 212
Preparing for use after storage......... 214
21 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................ 215
22 TECHNICAL DATA..................................... 218
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.3.1
22.3.2
22.3.3
22.4
22.5
22.6
22.7
22.8
22.9
Engine ..........................................
Engine tightening torques ...............
Capacities .....................................
Engine oil .................................
Coolant .....................................
Fuel .........................................
Chassis .........................................
Electrical system............................
Tires .............................................
Fork..............................................
Shock absorber ..............................
Chassis tightening torques ..............
218
219
224
224
224
224
225
226
227
227
228
228
23 DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY ............. 235
23.1
Declarations of conformity .............. 235
24 SUBSTANCES .......................................... 239
25 AUXILIARY SUBSTANCES ......................... 243
26 STANDARDS ............................................ 245
27 INDEX OF SPECIAL TERMS ....................... 246
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28 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.......................... 247
29 LIST OF SYMBOLS.................................... 248
29.1
29.2
29.3
Red symbols.................................. 248
Yellow and orange symbols.............. 248
Green and blue symbols.................. 248
INDEX ............................................................. 250
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MEANS OF REPRESENTATION 1
1.1
Symbols used
The meaning of specific symbols is described below.
Indicates an expected reaction (e.g. of a work step or a function).
Indicates an unexpected reaction (e.g. of a work step or a function).
All work marked with this symbol requires specialist knowledge and technical understanding.
In the interest of your own safety, have these jobs performed by an authorized KTM workshop!
Your motorcycle will be optimally cared for there by specially trained experts using the auxiliary
tools required.
Indicates a page reference (more information is provided on the specified page).
Indicates information with more details or tips.
Indicates the result of a testing step.
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1 MEANS OF REPRESENTATION
Indicates a voltage measurement.
Indicates a current measurement.
Indicates the end of an activity, including potential rework.
1.2
Formats used
The typographical formats used in this document are explained below.
Proprietary name
Indicates a proprietary name.
Name®
Indicates a protected name.
Brand™
Indicates a brand available on the open market.
Underlined terms
Refer to technical details of the vehicle or indicate technical terms, which
are explained in the glossary.
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SAFETY ADVICE 2
2.1
Use definition
KTM sport motorcycles are designed and constructed to meet the normal demands of regular road operation but
not for use on race courses or offroad.
Info
The motorcycle is authorized for public road traffic in the homologous version only.
2.2
Misuse
The vehicle must only be used as intended.
Dangers can arise for people, property and the environment through use not as intended.
Any use of the vehicle beyond the intended and defined use constitutes misuse.
Misuse also includes the use of operating and auxiliary fluids which do not meet the required specification for the
respective use.
2.3
Safety advice
A number of safety instructions need to be followed to operate the product described safely. Therefore read this
instruction and all further instructions included carefully. The safety instructions are highlighted in the text and
are referred to at the relevant passages.
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2 SAFETY ADVICE
Info
Various information and warning labels are attached in prominent locations on the product described. Do
not remove any information or warning labels. If they are missing, you or others may not recognize dangers
and may therefore be injured.
2.4
Degrees of risk and symbols
Danger
Identifies a danger that will immediately and invariably lead to fatal or serious permanent injury if the
appropriate measures are not taken.
Warning
Identifies a danger that is likely to lead to fatal or serious injury if the appropriate measures are not
taken.
Caution
Identifies a danger that may lead to minor injuries if the appropriate measures are not taken.
Note
Identifies a danger that will lead to considerable machine and material damage if the appropriate measures are
not taken.
Note
Indicates a danger that will lead to environmental damage if the appropriate measures are not taken.
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SAFETY ADVICE 2
2.5
Tampering warning
Tampering with the noise control system is prohibited. Federal law prohibits the following acts or the causing
thereof:
1
The removal or rendering inoperative by any person other than for purposes of maintenance, repair, or replacement, of any device or element of design incorporated into any new vehicle for the purpose of noise control
prior to its sale or delivery to the ultimate purchaser or while it is in use, or
2
the use of the vehicle after such device or element of design has been removed or rendered inoperative by any
person.
Among those acts presumed to constitute tampering are the acts listed below:
1
Removal or puncturing of the main silencer, baffles, header pipes or any other components which conduct
exhaust gases.
2
Removal or puncturing of parts of the intake system.
3
Lack of proper maintenance.
4
Replacing moving part of the vehicle, or parts of the exhaust or intake system, with parts other than those
specified by the manufacturer.
2.6
Safe operation
Danger
Danger of accidents A rider who is not fit to ride poses a danger to him or herself and others.
–
Do not operate the vehicle if you are not fit to ride due to alcohol, drugs or medication.
–
Do not operate the vehicle if you are physically or mentally impaired.
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2 SAFETY ADVICE
Danger
Danger of poisoning Exhaust gases are toxic and inhaling them may result in unconsciousness and death.
–
Always make sure there is sufficient ventilation when running the engine.
–
Use an effective exhaust extraction system when starting or running the engine in an enclosed space.
Warning
Danger of burns Some vehicle components become very hot when the vehicle is operated.
–
Do not touch any parts such as the exhaust system, radiator, engine, shock absorber, or brake system
before the vehicle parts have cooled down.
–
Let the vehicle parts cool down before you perform any work on the vehicle.
Only operate the vehicle when it is in perfect technical condition, in accordance with its intended use, and in a
safe and environmentally compatible manner.
An appropriate driver's license is needed to ride the vehicle on public roads.
Have malfunctions that impair safety promptly eliminated by an authorized KTM workshop.
Adhere to the information and warning labels on the vehicle.
2.7
Protective clothing
Warning
Risk of injury Missing or poor protective clothing presents an increased safety risk.
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–
Wear appropriate protective clothing such as helmet, boots, gloves as well as trousers and a jacket
with protectors on all rides.
–
Always wear protective clothing that is in good condition and meets the legal regulations.
SAFETY ADVICE 2
In the interest of your own safety, KTM recommends that you only operate the vehicle while wearing protective
clothing.
2.8
Work rules
Special tools are necessary for certain tasks. The tools are not a component of the vehicle, but can be ordered
using the number in parentheses. Example: bearing puller (15112017000)
During assembly, use new parts to replace parts which cannot be reused (e.g. self-locking screws and nuts, seals,
sealing rings, O-rings, pins, and lock washers).
In the case of certain screws, a thread locker (e.g. Loctite®) is required. Apply according to the manufacturer's
instructions.
After disassembly, clean the parts that are to be reused and check them for damage and wear. Change damaged
or worn parts.
After completing a repair or service work, check the operating safety of the vehicle.
2.9
Environment
If you use your motorcycle responsibly, you can ensure that problems and conflicts do not occur. To protect the
future of the motorcycle sport, make sure that you use your motorcycle legally, display environmental consciousness, and respect the rights of others.
When disposing of used oil, other operating and auxiliary fluids, and used components, comply with the laws and
regulations of the respective country.
Because motorcycles are not subject to the EU regulations governing the disposal of used vehicles, there are no
legal regulations that pertain to the disposal of an end-of-life motorcycle. Your authorized KTM dealer will be glad
to advise you.
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2.10
Owner's Manual
It is important that you read this Owner's Manual carefully and completely before making your first trip. The Owner's Manual contains useful information and many tips on how to operate, handle, and maintain your motorcycle.
Only then will you find out how to customize the vehicle ideally for your own use and how you can protect yourself
from injury.
Keep the Owner's Manual in an accessible place to enable you to refer to it as needed.
If you would like to know more about the vehicle or have questions on the material you read, please contact an
authorized KTM dealer.
The Owner's Manual is an important component of the vehicle and must be handed over to the new owner if the
vehicle is sold.
The Owner's Manual is also available for download from your authorized KTM dealer and on the KTM website.
International KTM Website: http://www.ktm.com
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IMPORTANT NOTES 3
3.1
Manufacturer and implied warranty
The work specified in the service schedule may only be performed in an authorized KTM workshop and must be
recorded in both the Service & Warranty Booklet and in KTM Dealer.net, otherwise any warranty coverage will
become void. Damage or secondary damage caused by tampering with and/or conversions on the vehicle are not
covered by the warranty.
Additional information on the manufacturer or implied warranty and the procedures involved can be found in the
Service & Warranty Booklet.
3.2
Operating and auxiliary substances
Note
Environmental hazard Improper handling of fuel is a danger to the environment.
–
Do not allow fuel to enter the groundwater, the soil, or the sewage system.
Use operating and auxiliary substances in accordance with the Owner's Manual and specification.
3.3
Spare parts, accessories
For your own safety, only use spare parts and accessory products that are approved and/or recommended by KTM
and have them installed by an authorized KTM workshop. KTM accepts no liability for other products and any
resulting damage or loss.
Certain spare parts and accessory products are specified in parentheses in the descriptions. Your authorized KTM
dealer will be glad to advise you.
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The current KTM PowerParts for your vehicle can be found on the KTM website.
International KTM Website: http://www.ktm.com
3.4
Service
A prerequisite for perfect operation and prevention of premature wear is that the service, care, and tuning work
on the engine and chassis is properly carried out as described in the Owner's Manual. Incorrect adjustment and
tuning of the engine and chassis can lead to damage and breakage of components.
Use of the vehicle under difficult conditions, such in rain, high heat or with a heavy load, can lead to considerably more rapid wear of components such as the drive train, brake system, or suspension components. For this
reason, it may be necessary to inspect or replace parts before the next scheduled service.
It is imperative that you adhere to the stipulated run-in times and service intervals. If you observe these exactly,
you will ensure a much longer service life for your motorcycle.
3.5
Figures
The figures contained in the manual may depict special equipment.
In the interest of clarity, some components may be shown disassembled or may not be shown at all. It is not
always necessary to disassemble the component to perform the activity in question. Please follow the instructions
in the text.
3.6
Customer service
Your authorized KTM dealer will be happy to answer any questions you may have on your vehicle and KTM.
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IMPORTANT NOTES 3
A list of authorized KTM dealers can be found on the KTM website.
International KTM Website: http://www.ktm.com
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4 VIEW OF VEHICLE
4.1
View of vehicle, front left (example)
V00694-10
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VIEW OF VEHICLE 4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Combination instrument
Clutch lever (
p. 27)
Front rider's seat
Passenger seat
Grab handles (
Seat lock (
p. 38)
p. 37)
Shift lever (
p. 39)
Side stand (
p. 40)
Engine number (
p. 25)
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4 VIEW OF VEHICLE
4.2
View of vehicle, rear right (example)
V00693-10
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VIEW OF VEHICLE 4
1
2
2
2
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
7
8
9
Tool set (
p. 37)
Light switch (
p. 29)
Menu switch (
p. 30)
Turn signal switch (
Horn button (
p. 30)
p. 31)
Ignition/steering lock (
p. 32)
Emergency OFF switch (
Electric starter button (
Throttle grip (
p. 28)
Hand brake lever (
Chassis number (
Type label (
p. 31)
p. 32)
p. 27)
p. 24)
p. 24)
Foot brake lever (
p. 40)
Passenger foot pegs (
p. 38)
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5 SERIAL NUMBERS
5.1
Chassis number
The chassis number
ing head.
1
0
1 is stamped on the right side of the steer-
402408-10
5.2
Type label
(390 Duke EU/JP/AR, BR/MY/PH/TH, 390 Duke EU)
The type label
is on the right of the frame behind the
steering head.
1
1
0
402174-10
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SERIAL NUMBERS 5
(390 Duke AU)
The type label
ing head.
1 is on the left of the frame behind the steer-
402772-10
5.3
Engine number
1
The engine number
is stamped on the left side of the engine
under the engine sprocket.
402486-10
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5 SERIAL NUMBERS
5.4
Key number
The key number
1 can be found on the KEYCODECARD.
Info
You need the key number to order a spare key. Keep
the KEYCODECARD in a safe place.
402245-10
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CONTROLS 6
6.1
Clutch lever
The clutch lever
1 is fitted on the left side of the handlebar.
F00783-10
6.2
Hand brake lever
1
The hand brake lever
is fitted on the right side of the handlebar.
The front brake is engaged using the hand brake lever.
F00784-10
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6 CONTROLS
6.3
Throttle grip
The throttle grip
1 is fitted on the right side of the handlebar.
F00784-11
6.4
Switches on the left side of the handlebar
6.4.1
Combination switch
The combination switch is fitted on the left side of the handlebar.
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CONTROLS 6
Overview of the left combination switch
Light switch ( p. 29)
1
2
3
4
Menu switch (
p. 30)
Turn signal switch (
Horn button (
p. 30)
p. 31)
F00785-10
6.4.2
Light switch
Light switch
1 is fitted on the left side of the handlebar.
Possible states
Low beam on – Light switch in position
. In this
position, the low beam and the tail light are switched
on.
A
High beam on – Push the light switch to position
.
In this position, the high beam and the tail light are
switched on.
B
F00786-10
Headlight flasher – Push the light switch into position
.
C
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6 CONTROLS
6.4.3
Menu switch
The menu switch is fitted in the middle of the left combination
switch.
The menu buttons are used to control the display on the combination instrument.
Button
is the UP button.
Button
is the DOWN button.
Button
is the SET button.
Button
is the BACK button.
1
2
3
4
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Turn signal switch
Turn signal switch
1 is fitted on the left side of the handlebar.
Possible states
Turn signal off – Turn signal switch pushed toward the
switch housing.
Left turn signal, on – Turn signal switch pressed to
the left. The turn signal switch returns automatically
to the central position after use.
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Right turn signal, on – Turn signal switch pressed to
the right. The turn signal switch returns automatically
to the central position after use.
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6.4.5
Horn button
The horn button
1 is fitted on the left side of the handlebar.
Possible states
• Horn button
• Horn button
tion.
in neutral position
pressed – The horn is operated in this posi-
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Switches on the right side of the handlebar
6.5.1
Emergency OFF switch
The emergency OFF switch
handlebar.
1 is fitted on the right side of the
Possible states
Emergency OFF switch off – In this position, the ignition circuit is interrupted, a running engine stops, and
a non-running engine cannot be started.
Emergency OFF switch on – This position is required
for operation; the ignition circuit is closed.
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Electric starter button
The electric starter button
handlebar.
Possible states
• Electric starter button
• Electric starter button
tric starter is actuated.
1 is fitted on the right side of the
in basic position
pressed – In this position, the elec-
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Ignition/steering lock
The ignition/steering lock is in front of the upper triple clamp.
Possible states
Ignition off OFF – In this position, the ignition circuit
is interrupted, a running engine stops, and a nonrunning engine will not start. The ignition key can be
removed.
Ignition on ON – In this position, the ignition circuit is
closed and the engine can be started.
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Steering locked LOCK – In this position, the ignition
circuit is interrupted and the steering locked. The
ignition key can be removed.
CONTROLS 6
6.7
Locking the steering
Note
Danger of damage The parked vehicle can roll away or fall over.
–
Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
–
Park the vehicle.
–
Turn the handlebar all the way to the left.
–
Insert the key into the ignition/handlebar lock, press in, and
turn to the left. Remove the key.
Steering is no longer possible.
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6.8
Unlocking the steering
–
Insert the key into the ignition/handlebar lock, press in, and
turn to the right. Remove the key.
You can now steer the bike again.
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Opening the filler cap
Danger
Fire hazard Fuel is highly flammable.
The fuel in the fuel tank expands when warm and can escape if overfilled.
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–
Do not refuel the vehicle in the vicinity of open flames or lit cigarettes.
–
Switch off the engine for refueling.
–
Make sure that no fuel is spilled; particularly not on hot parts of the vehicle.
–
If any fuel is spilled, wipe it off immediately.
–
Observe the specifications for refueling.
CONTROLS 6
Warning
Danger of poisoning Fuel is poisonous and a health hazard.
–
Avoid skin, eye and clothing contact with fuel.
–
Immediately consult a doctor if you swallow fuel.
–
Do not inhale fuel vapors.
–
In case of skin contact, rinse the affected area with plenty of water.
–
Rinse the eyes thoroughly with water, and consult a doctor in case of fuel contact with the eyes.
–
Change your clothing in case of fuel spills on them.
–
Keep fuels correctly in a suitable canister, and out of the reach of children.
Note
Environmental hazard Improper handling of fuel is a danger to the environment.
–
Do not allow fuel to enter the groundwater, the soil, or the sewage system.
–
Lift cover
lock.
1 of the filler cap and insert the ignition key in the
Note
Danger of damage The ignition key may break if overloaded.
Damaged ignition keys must be replaced.
–
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Push down on the filler cap to take pressure off the ignition key.
Turn the ignition key 90° clockwise.
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–
6.10
Open the filler cap.
Closing the filler cap
Warning
Fire hazard Fuel is highly flammable, toxic and a
health hazard.
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–
Check the filler cap is locked correctly after closing.
–
Change your clothing in case of fuel spills on them.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of
water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Fold down the filler cap.
–
Turn the ignition key 90° clockwise.
–
Push down the filler cap and turn the ignition key counterclockwise until the tank lock engages.
–
Remove the ignition key and close the cover.
CONTROLS 6
6.11
Seat lock
1
The seat lock
is located to the left of the seat.
The seat lock can be unlocked using the ignition key.
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Tool set
The tool set
1 is located under the passenger seat.
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6.13
Grab handles
1
The grab handles
are used for moving the motorcycle around.
If you carry a passenger, the passenger can hold onto the grab
handles during the trip.
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Passenger foot pegs
The passenger foot pegs can be folded up and down.
Possible states
• Passenger foot pegs folded up – For operation without a passenger.
• Passenger foot pegs folded down – For operation with a passenger.
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6.15
Shift lever
Shift lever
1 is mounted on the left side of the engine.
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The gear positions can be seen in the photograph.
The neutral or idle position is between the first and second gears.
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6.16
Foot brake lever
1
Foot brake lever
is located in front of the right footrest.
The foot brake lever is used to activate the rear brake.
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Side stand
1
Side stand
is located on the left of the vehicle.
The side stand is used for parking the motorcycle.
Info
The side stand must be folded up during motorcycle use.
Side stand is coupled with the safety start system; follow
the riding instructions.
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Possible states
• Side stand folded out – The vehicle can be supported on the
side stand. The safety start system is enabled.
CONTROLS 6
•
Side stand folded in – This position is mandatory when riding
the motorcycle. The safety start system is disabled.
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Combination instrument
The combination instrument is attached in front of the handlebar.
The combination instrument is divided into two function areas.
indicator lamps ( p. 46)
Display
1
2
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Activation and test
Activation
The combination instrument is activated when the ignition is
switched on.
Info
The brightness of the displays is controlled by a brightness
sensor in the combination instrument.
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Test
The welcome text appears on the display and the indicator lamps
are briefly activated for a function test.
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Day-Night mode
Day mode is shown in a bright color.
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Night mode is shown in a dark color.
Info
The light sensor in the combination instrument measures
the brightness of the environment and automatically
switches the display to day or night mode. The display
is brightened, darkened or switched to the other mode
depending on the brightness measured by the light sensor.
The display mode cannot be changed manually.
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Warning notes
Warning notes appear on the top and/or bottom edge of the display, these are marked yellow or red depending on their relevance.
Yellow warning notes
indicate errors or information which
requires prompt intervention or an adjustment to the riding style.
Red warning notes
indicate errors or information which
requires immediate intervention.
1
2
Info
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Warning notes are cleared by pressing any button.
All existing warning notes are displayed in the
Warning menu until these are no longer active.
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Indicator lamps
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The indicator lamps offer additional information about the operating state of the motorcycle.
When the ignition is switched on, all indicator lamps light up briefly.
Info
The malfunction indicator lamp always lights up as long as the engine is not running. If the engine is running and the malfunction indicator lamp lights up, stop (taking care not to endanger yourself or other road
users in the process) and contact an authorized KTM workshop.
The oil pressure warning lamp always lights up as long as the engine is not running. If the engine is running and the oil pressure warning lamp lights up, stop immediately (taking care not to endanger yourself or
other road users in the process) and switch off the engine.
The ABS Indicator lamp lights up for so long, until a speed of approx. 6 km/h (approx. 4 mph) or more has
been reached.
Possible states
The turn signal indicator lamp flashes green simultaneously with the turn signal – The turn
signal is switched on.
Malfunction indicator lamp lights up yellow – The OBD has detected an error in the vehicle
electronics. Come safely to a halt, and contact an authorized KTM workshop.
ABS indicator lamp lights up yellow – Status or error messages relating to ABS. The ABS indicator lamp flashes if the ABS mode Super Moto is enabled.
The idle indicator lamp lights up green – The transmission is in idle.
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The oil pressure warning lamp lights up red – The oil pressure is too low. Stop immediately,
taking care not to endanger yourself or other road users in the process, and switch off the
engine.
Alarm system indicator lamp flashes red – Status message on the alarm system (optional).
The high beam indicator lamp lights up blue – The high beam is switched on.
The general warning lamp lights up yellow – An operating safety/warning message was
detected. This is shown in addition.
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Display
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1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
bk
bl
bm
Speed (
p. 52)
Shift warning light (
p. 53)
The shift warning light is integrated in the tachometer display.
Gear display
Unit for the speed display
Speed (
p. 54)
Unit for the speedometer
ODO display (
p. 55)
Coolant temperature indicator (
Fuel level display (
p. 55)
p. 56)
Bluetooth® (optional)
Time (
p. 57)
SET
Only shown where the menu overview is closed.
Favourites display (
p. 58)
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Speed
The speed
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1 is measured in revolutions per minute.
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7.8
Shift warning light
The shift warning light is integrated in the tachometer display.
In the Shift Light menu, the engine speed for the shift warning
light can be set. The shift warning light is always active during the
running-in phase (up to 1,000 km / 621 mi). The shift warning
light can only be deactivated, and the values for RPM1 and RPM2
can only be adjusted after this. The shift warning light lights up
red at RPM1and flashes red at RPM2.
Info
In sixth-gear, the shift warning light is deactivated when
the engine is warm after the first service.
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Coolant temperature
≤ 35 °C (≤ 95 °F)
ODO
< 1,000 km (< 620 mi)
The shift warning
light always lights up
at
6,500 rpm
Coolant temperature
> 35 °C (> 95 °F)
ODO
> 1,000 km (> 620 mi)
RPM1 shift warning
light
lights up
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RPM2 shift warning
light
7.9
flashes
Speed
1
Speed
is shown in kilometers per hour km/h or in miles per
hour mph.
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7.10
ODO display
The total distance covered ODO is shown in area
1 of the display.
Info
This value is retained, even if the battery is disconnected
from the vehicle or the fuse blows.
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7.11
Coolant temperature indicator
The coolant temperature indicator consists of bars. The more bars
that light up, the hotter the coolant.
Note
Engine failure Overheating damages the engine.
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–
If the coolant temperature warning is displayed, stop immediately and take care not to endanger yourself or other traffic
participants in the process.
–
Allow the engine and cooling system to cool down.
–
Check and, if necessary, correct the coolant level on the cooling system while it is in a cooled state.
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Info
When all bars light up, the following warning
note ENGINE TEMP HIGH appears.
If the cooling system overheats, the maximum engine
speed is limited.
Possible states
• The engine is cold – Up to three bars light up.
• Engine warm – Four to five bars light up.
• Engine hot – Six to eight bars light up.
• Engine very hot – All eight bars light up red.
7.12
Fuel level display
1
The fuel tank contents are shown in area
of the display.
The fuel level indicator consists of bars. The more bars are lit, the
more fuel is in the fuel tank.
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Info
If the fuel level is getting low, the last segment flashes red
and the following warning note also appears LOW FUEL.
The fuel level is displayed with a slight delay to prevent the
indicator from constantly moving while riding.
The fuel level display is not updated while the side stand is
folded out or the emergency off switch is switched off.
Once the side stand is folded up and emergency OFF
switch is switched on, the fuel level display is next updated
after 2 minutes.
The fuel level display flashes if the combination instrument
does not receive a signal from the fuel level sensor.
7.13
Time
1
The time is shown in area
of the display.
The time is displayed in 24 hour format in all languages except for
EN-US. The time is displayed in 12 hour format if the language is
set to EN-US.
The time can be configured in the Clock/Date menu.
Info
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The time must be reset after the battery was disconnected
or the fuse was removed.
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7.14
Favourites display
Up to eight items of information are shown in the Favourites display.
The Favourites display can be freely configured in the
Favourites menu.
Info
One to four items of information selected are displayed on
two lines. Five to eight items of information selected are
displayed on a single line.
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Quick Selector 1 display
When the menu is closed, the Quick Selector 1 menu is opened by
pressing the UP button.
Press the BACK button to close Quick Selector 1.
Info
The Quick Selector 1 can be configured in the Quick Selector 1 menu. Any information can be selected.
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Quick Selector 2 display
When the menu is closed, the Quick Selector 2 menu is opened by
pressing the DOWN button.
Press the BACK button to close Quick Selector 2.
Info
The Quick Selector 2 can be configured in the Quick Selector 2 menu. Any information can be selected.
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Menu
Info
1
Press the SET button
in the standard display to open
the menu.
Navigate through the menu using the UP button
or the
DOWN button
.
Press the BACK button
to close the current menu or the
menu overview.
2
3
4
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KTM MY RIDE (optional)
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
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Function KTM MY RIDE activated (optional).
•
Function Bluetooth® activated.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until KTM MY RIDE is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
In KTM MY RIDE a suitable cellphone can be paired with the combination instrument via Bluetooth®.
Info
Not every cellphone is suitable for pairing with the combination instrument.
The standard Bluetooth® 2.1 must be supported.
The app KTM MY RIDE CONNECT® must be installed for
Android devices.
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7.17.2
Info
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Info is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
General information can be accessed in Info.
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Motorcycle
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Motorcycle is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
The vehicle drive mode can be configured in Motorcycle.
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7.17.4
Settings
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Settings is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
Favorites and quick selection can be configured in Settings.
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Preferences
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
The combination instrument display can be configured in Preferences. Settings can be made for units or various values. Several
functions can be enabled or disabled.
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Pairing (optional)
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
•
Function KTM MY RIDE activated (optional).
•
Function Bluetooth® activated.
•
The Bluetooth® function should also be activated in the device
to be paired.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until KTM MY RIDE is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Pairing is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Pairing is marked. Press
the SET button to pair a suitable cellphone with the combination instrument via Bluetooth®.
–
Confirmation of the Passkey successfully completes the pairing.
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Info
When a suitable cellphone has been successfully
paired, the name of the paired cellphone is displayed.
Press the UP or DOWN button until paired device is
marked on the display. The paired device can be
deleted by pressing the SET button.
The device most recently linked is automatically paired
with the combination instrument when Bluetooth® is
switched on and as soon as this device is in range and
has not been previously deleted.
Not every cellphone is suitable for pairing with the
combination instrument.
7.17.7
Audio (optional)
Condition
• Function KTM MY RIDE activated (optional).
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•
Function Bluetooth® activated.
•
The Bluetooth® function should also be activated in the device
to be paired.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until KTM MY RIDE is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
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Warning
Danger of accidents Headphone volume which is too
high distracts attention from traffic activity.
–
Always select headphone volume which is low
enough for you to still clearly hear acoustic signals.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Audio is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press and hold the UP button to increase the audio volume.
–
Press and hold the DOWN button to reduce the audio volume.
–
Press the UP button briefly to change to the next audio track.
–
Press the DOWN button briefly to change to the previous audio
track.
–
Press the SET button to play or pause the audio track.
Info
The audio function can be added to Quick Selector 1 or
Quick Selector 2 for easier operation.
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Telephony (optional)
Condition
• Function KTM MY RIDE activated (optional).
•
Function Bluetooth® activated.
•
The Bluetooth® function should also be activated in the device
to be paired.
•
Headset linked with appropriate cellphone.
Warning
Danger of accidents Headphone volume which is too
high distracts attention from traffic activity.
–
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Always select headphone volume which is low
enough for you to still clearly hear acoustic signals.
–
Press the SET button to accept an incoming call.
–
Press the BACK button to reject an incoming call.
–
Press and hold the UP button to increase the audio volume.
–
Press and hold the DOWN button to reduce the audio volume.
Info
The call duration and contact are displayed. Depending on the cellphone settings, the contact is shown by
name.
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General Info
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Info is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until General Info is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
Date shows the date.
ODO shows the total distance covered.
Battery indicates the battery voltage.
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7.17.10 Trip 1
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–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Info is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Trip 1 is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
Trip shows the distance since the last reset, such as between two
refueling stops. Trip is running and counts up to 9999.
ØCons indicates the average fuel consumption based on Trip.
ØSpeed indicates the average speed based on Trip and Trip Time.
Trip Time shows the journey time on the basis of Trip and runs as
soon as a speed signal is received.
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Fuel Range indicates the possible distance you can cover with the
fuel reserve.
Press and
hold the SET
button for 3-5
seconds.
All entries in the Trip 1 menu are reset.
7.17.11 Trip 2
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–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Info is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Trip 2 is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
Trip shows the distance since the last reset, such as between two
refueling stops. Trip is running and counts up to 9999.
ØCons indicates the average fuel consumption based on Trip.
ØSpeed indicates the average speed based on Trip and Trip Time.
Trip Time shows the journey time on the basis of Trip and runs as
soon as a speed signal is received.
Fuel Range indicates the possible distance you can cover with the
fuel reserve.
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Press and
hold the SET
button for 3-5
seconds.
All entries in the Trip 2 menu are reset.
7.17.12 Warning
Condition
• Message or warning is present.
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Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Info is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Warning is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Use the UP or DOWN button to navigate through the warnings.
In the Warning menu, all warnings that have occurred are displayed and stored.
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7.17.13 ABS
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Motorcycle is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
Note
Voiding of the government approval for road use and the insurance
coverage If the ABS is switched off completely, the vehicle's
approval for road use is invalidated.
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Only operate the vehicle in closed-off areas remote from
public road traffic if the ABS is switched off completely.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until ABS is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the ABS button to switch off SET or to select between
ABS modes.
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Info
The ABS can only be reactivated by switching on the
ignition again.
If the ABS mode Road is enabled, ABS controls both
wheels.
If the ABS mode Super Moto is enabled, ABS only controls the front wheel. The rear wheel is not controlled
by ABS and may lock during braking maneuvers. The
ABS indicator lamp flashes slowly to remind you that
the Super Moto ABS mode is enabled.
Press and
hold the SET
button for 3-5
seconds.
Activation of the different ABS modes.
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7.17.14 Favourites
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Settings is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Favourites is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button to activate the menu item and
select it with the SET button.
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Up to eight items of information can be selected in the
Favourites menu.
7.17.15 Quick Selector 1
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
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–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Settings is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Quick Selector 1 is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button to activate the menu item and
select it with the SET button.
Information can be selected in the Quick Selector 1 menu.
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When the menu is closed, the Quick Selector 1 menu is opened by
pressing the UP button.
7.17.16 Quick Selector 2
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
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–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Settings is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Quick Selector 2 is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button to activate the menu item and
select it with the SET button.
Information can be selected in the Quick Selector 2 menu.
When the menu is closed, the Quick Selector 2 menu is opened by
pressing the DOWN button.
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7.17.17 Bluetooth
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
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–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Bluetooth is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the SET button to switch the Bluetooth® function on or
off.
Info
The Bluetooth® function can only be used in conjunction
with KTM MY RIDE (optional).
When the Bluetooth® function is switched on and the device
is connected, the Bluetooth® symbol appears in the display
of the combination instrument.
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7.17.18 Shift Light
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
•
ODO > 1000 km (621 m).
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Shift Light is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the SET button to switch the shift warning light on or off
and to adjust the engine speed for the gear shift recommendation.
Info
When the engine speed reaches RPM 1, the speed display lights up red.
When the engine speed reaches RPM 2, the speed display flashes red.
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7.17.19 Setting the time and date
Condition
The motorcycle is stationary.
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Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences appears. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Clock/Date is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
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Setting the clock
– Press the UP or DOWN button until the time is marked.
–
Press the SET button.
The hour flashes and is underlined.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until the current hour is set.
–
Press the SET button.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until the current minute is
set.
–
Press the SET button.
The minutes flash and are underlined.
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The time is stored.
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Setting the date
– Press the UP or DOWN button until the date is marked.
–
Press the SET button.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until the current day is set.
–
Press the SET button.
The day flashes and is underlined.
The month flashes and is underlined.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until the current month is
set.
–
Press the SET button.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until the current year is set.
–
Press the SET button.
V01174-01
The year flashes and is underlined.
The date is stored.
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7.17.20 DRL
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
Warning
V01175-01
Danger of accidents When visibility is poor, the daytime running light is not a substitute for the low beam.
Automatic switching between the daytime running
light and low beam may only be partially available
when visibility is significantly impaired due to fog,
snow or rain.
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Ensure that the appropriate type of lighting is
always selected.
–
If necessary switch off the daytime running lights
using the menu before going on a ride or when
stopped so that the low beam is switched on permanently.
–
Note the legal regulations regarding the daytime
running light.
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Press the UP or DOWN button until DRL is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the SET button to switch the daytime running light on or
off.
7.17.21 Distance
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Units is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Distance is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the SET button to confirm the desired unit.
V01176-01
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7.17.22 Temperature
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Units is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Temperature is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the SET button to confirm the desired unit.
E01064-01
7.17.23 Fuel Cons
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
V01177-01
80
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Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Units is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Fuel Cons is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
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Activate the menu item using the UP or DOWN button.
–
Press the SET button to confirm the desired unit.
7.17.24 Language
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
V01178-01
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Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Language is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button to activate the menu item and
select it with the SET button.
The menu languages are US English, UK English, German, Italian,
French and Spanish.
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7.17.25 Service
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Service is marked. Press
the SET button to open the menu.
The next service due is shown in the Service menu.
V01179-01
7.17.26 Extra Functions
Condition
• The motorcycle is stationary.
V01180-01
•
Motorcycle with optional supplementary function.
–
Press the SET button when the menu is closed.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Preferences is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Press the UP or DOWN button until Extra Functions is marked.
Press the SET button to open the menu.
–
Use the UP or DOWN button to navigate through the extra functions.
The optional extra functions are listed in Extra Functions.
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Info
The current KTM PowerParts and the available software for
your vehicle can be found on the KTM website.
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8.1
Advice on preparing for first use
Danger
Danger of accidents A rider who is not fit to ride poses a danger to him or herself and others.
–
Do not operate the vehicle if you are not fit to ride due to alcohol, drugs or medication.
–
Do not operate the vehicle if you are physically or mentally impaired.
Warning
Risk of injury Missing or poor protective clothing presents an increased safety risk.
–
Wear appropriate protective clothing such as helmet, boots, gloves as well as trousers and a jacket
with protectors on all rides.
–
Always wear protective clothing that is in good condition and meets the legal regulations.
Warning
Danger of crashing Different tire tread patterns on the front and rear wheel impair the handling characteristic.
Different tire tread patterns can make the vehicle significantly more difficult to control.
–
Make sure that only tires with a similar tire tread pattern are fitted to the front and rear wheel.
Warning
Danger of accidents Non-approved or non-recommended tires and wheels impact the handling characteristic.
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Only use tires/wheels approved by KTM with the corresponding speed index.
PREPARING FOR USE 8
Warning
Danger of accidents New tires have reduced road grip.
The contact surface on new tires is not yet roughened.
–
Run in new tires with moderate riding at alternating angles.
Running-in phase
200 km (124 mi)
Info
When using the vehicle, remember that others may feel disturbed by excessive noise.
–
Ensure that the pre-delivery inspection work has been carried out by an authorized KTM workshop.
The delivery certificate and the Service and Manufacturer Warranty Booklet must be transferred with the
vehicle.
–
Read the entire Owner's Manual before riding for the first time.
–
Get to know the controls.
–
Get used to handling the motorcycle in a suitable area before undertaking a more demanding ride. Also, ride
as slowly as possible to get a better feeling for the motorcycle.
–
Hold the handlebar firmly with both hands and keep your feet on the footrests when riding.
–
Run the engine in. (
p. 86)
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8.2
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Running in the engine
During the running-in phase, do not exceed the specified engine speed.
Guideline
Maximum engine speed
During the first: 1,000 km (620 mi)
7,500 rpm
Info
During the running-in phase, the shift warning light is set to a specified value and cannot be changed.
–
Avoid fully opening the throttle!
8.3
Loading the vehicle
Warning
Danger of accidents Total weight and axle loads influence the handling characteristic.
The total weight consists of: motorcycle ready for operation and with a full tank, driver and passenger
with protective clothing and helmet, and luggage.
–
86
Do not exceed the maximum permissible overall weight or the axle loads.
PREPARING FOR USE 8
Warning
Danger of accidents Improper mounting of cases or the tank rucksack impairs the handling characteristic.
–
Mount and secure cases and tank rucksack according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Warning
Danger of accidents The luggage system will be damaged if it is overloaded.
–
Read the manufacturer information on maximum payload when mounting cases.
Warning
Danger of accidents Luggage which has slipped impairs visibility.
If the tail light is covered, you are less visible to traffic behind you, especially when it is dark.
–
Check that your luggage is fixed properly at regular intervals.
Warning
Danger of accidents A high payload alters the handling characteristic and increases the stopping
distance.
–
Adapt your speed to your payload.
Warning
Danger of accidents Pieces of luggage which have slipped impair the handling characteristic.
–
Check that your luggage is fixed properly at regular intervals.
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If luggage is carried, ensure it is fixed firmly as close as possible to the center of the vehicle and ensure even
weight distribution between the front and rear wheels.
–
Do not exceed maximum permissible weight and maximum permissible axle loads.
Guideline
88
Maximum permissible overall weight
355 kg (783 lb.)
Maximum permissible front axle load
127 kg (280 lb.)
Maximum permissible rear axle load
228 kg (503 lb.)
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
9.1
Checks and maintenance measures when preparing for use
Info
Before every trip, check the condition of the vehicle and ensure that it is roadworthy.
The vehicle must be in perfect technical condition when it is being operated.
H02217-01
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Check the engine oil level. (
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Check the brake fluid level of the front brake. (
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Check the rear brake fluid level. (
–
Check the front brake linings. (
–
Check the rear brake linings. (
–
Check that the brake system is functioning properly.
–
Check the coolant level. (
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Check for chain dirt accumulation. (
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Check the chain tension. (
p. 124)
–
Check the tire condition. (
p. 163)
–
Check the tire air pressure. (
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Check the settings of all controls and ensure that they can be
operated smoothly.
–
Check that the electrical system is functioning properly.
–
Check that luggage is properly secured.
–
Sit on the motorcycle and check the rear mirror setting.
–
Check the fuel level.
p. 200)
p. 138)
p. 147)
p. 142)
p. 151)
p. 188)
p. 122)
p. 165)
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9.2
Starting
Danger
Danger of poisoning Exhaust gases are toxic and inhaling them may result in unconsciousness and death.
–
Always make sure there is sufficient ventilation when running the engine.
–
Use an effective exhaust extraction system when starting or running the engine in an enclosed space.
Caution
Danger of accidents Electronic components and safety devices will be damaged if the battery is
discharged or missing.
–
Never operate the vehicle with a discharged battery or without a battery.
Note
Engine damage Unfiltered intake air has a negative effect on the service life of the engine.
Dust and dirt will enter the engine without an air filter.
–
Never start to use the vehicle without an air filter.
Note
Engine damage High revving speed with a cold engine negatively impacts the lifespan of the engine.
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Always run the engine warm at a low speed.
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
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Unlock the steering. (
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Sit on the vehicle, take the weight off of the side stand, and
move up all the way.
–
Turn the emergency OFF switch to the position
–
Switch on the ignition by turning the ignition key to the position .
p. 34)
.
After you switch on the ignition, you can hear the fuel
pump working for about two seconds. The function check
of the combination instrument is run at the same time.
B00782-10
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Shift gear to neutral.
The green idle indicator lamp N lights up.
The ABS indicator lamp lights up and goes back out after
starting off.
–
Press the electric starter button
.
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Info
Do not press the electric starter button until the combination instrument function check is finished.
When starting, DO NOT open the throttle. If you open
the throttle during the starting procedure, fuel is not
injected by the engine management system and the
engine cannot start.
Press the starter for a maximum of 5 seconds. Wait for
a least 5 seconds before trying again.
This motorcycle is equipped with a safety starting system. You can only start the engine if the transmission
is in neutral or if the clutch lever is pulled when a gear
is engaged. If the side stand is folded out and you shift
into gear and release the clutch, the engine stops.
9.3
–
Starting off
Pull the clutch lever, engage 1st gear, release the clutch lever slowly, and simultaneously open the throttle
carefully.
Tip
If the engine dies while starting off, only pull the clutch lever and press the electric starter button. You
do not need to shift into neutral.
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9.4
Shifting, riding
Warning
Danger of accidents Abrupt load alterations can cause the vehicle to get out of control.
–
Avoid abrupt load alterations and sudden braking actions.
–
Adapt your speed to the road conditions.
Warning
Danger of accidents If you change down at high engine speed, the rear wheel blocks and the engine
races.
–
Do not change into a low gear at high engine speed.
Warning
Danger of accidents An incorrect ignition key position causes malfunctions.
–
Do not change the ignition key position while driving.
Warning
Danger of accidents Adjustments to the vehicle distract attention from traffic activity.
–
Make all adjustments when the vehicle is at a standstill.
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Warning
Risk of injury The passenger may fall from the motorcycle if they conduct themselves incorrectly.
–
Ensure that the passenger sits correctly on the passenger seat, places his or her feet on the passenger
foot pegs and holds on to the rider or the grab handles.
–
Note the regulations governing the minimum age of passengers in your country.
Warning
Danger of accidents A risky riding style constitutes a major risk.
–
Comply with traffic regulations and ride defensively and with foresight to detect sources of danger as
early as possible.
Warning
Danger of accidents Cold tires have reduced road grip.
–
Ride the first miles carefully on every journey at moderate speed until the tires reach operating temperature.
Warning
Danger of accidents New tires have reduced road grip.
The contact surface on new tires is not yet roughened.
–
Run in new tires with moderate riding at alternating angles.
Running-in phase
94
200 km (124 mi)
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
Warning
Danger of accidents Pieces of luggage which have slipped impair the handling characteristic.
–
Check that your luggage is fixed properly at regular intervals.
Warning
Danger of accidents A fall can damage the vehicle more seriously than it may first appear.
–
Check the vehicle after a fall as you do when preparing for use.
Note
Engine failure Overheating damages the engine.
–
If the coolant temperature warning is displayed, stop immediately and take care not to endanger yourself or
other traffic participants in the process.
–
Allow the engine and cooling system to cool down.
–
Check and, if necessary, correct the coolant level on the cooling system while it is in a cooled state.
Info
If unusual noises occur while riding, stop immediately (taking care not to endanger yourself or other road
users in the process), switch off the engine and contact an authorized KTM workshop.
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Shift into a higher gear when conditions allow (incline, road
situation, etc.).
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Release the throttle while simultaneously pulling the clutch
lever, shift into the next gear, release the clutch lever, and
open the throttle.
Info
The gear positions can be seen in the figure. The idle
position is between the first and second gears. First
gear is used for starting off or for steep inclines.
401950-11
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After reaching maximum speed by fully opening the throttle
grip, turn the throttle back so it is ¾ open. This will barely
reduce the speed but fuel consumption will be considerably
lower.
–
Accelerate only up to a speed suitable for the road surface and
weather conditions. Particularly in bends, do not shift, and
accelerate very carefully.
–
Brake if necessary and close the throttle at the same time in
order to shift down.
–
Pull the clutch lever and shift into a lower gear, release the
clutch lever slowly, and open the throttle or shift again.
–
Switch off the engine if you are likely to be running at idle or
stationary for a long time.
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
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If the engine stalls (e.g. at a crossroads), just pull the clutch
lever and press the electric starter button. You do not have to
shift into neutral.
–
If the oil pressure warning lamp lights up during a trip, stop
immediately and switch off the engine. Contact an authorized
KTM workshop.
–
If the malfunction indicator lamp lights up during a trip,
please contact an authorized KTM workshop as soon as possible.
–
If the general warning lamp lights up during a trip, an operating safety (warning) message was detected.
Info
All warnings which have occurred are displayed and
stored in the Warning menu until these are no longer
active.
9.5
Applying the brakes
Warning
Danger of accidents Moisture and dirt impair the brake system.
–
Brake carefully several times to dry out and remove dirt from the brake linings and the brake discs.
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Warning
Danger of accidents A spongy pressure point on the front or rear brake reduces braking efficiency.
–
Check the brake system and do not continue riding until the problem is eliminated. (Your authorized
KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Warning
Danger of accidents The brake system fails in the event of overheating.
If the foot brake lever is not released, the brake linings drag continuously.
–
Take your foot off the foot brake lever when you are not braking.
Warning
Danger of accidents Higher total weight increases the stopping distance.
–
Take the longer stopping distance into account when carrying a passenger or luggage with you.
Warning
Danger of accidents Salt on the roads impairs the brake system.
–
Brake carefully several times to remove salt from the brake linings and the brake discs.
Warning
Danger of accidents ABS may increase the stopping distance in certain situations.
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Adjust application of the brakes to the respective riding situation and riding surface conditions.
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
Warning
Danger of accidents Excessively forceful application of the brakes blocks the wheels.
The ABS effectiveness is only ensured if it is switched on.
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Leave the ABS switched on in order to benefit from the protective effect.
When braking, release the throttle and apply the front and rear brakes at the same time.
Info
When the ABS is enabled, maximum braking power can be achieved even with low road grip surfaces
such as sandy, wet, or slippery terrain without locking the wheels.
Warning
Danger of accidents The rear wheel can lock due to the engine braking effect.
–
Pull in the clutch, if you perform emergency or full braking, or if you brake on a slippery ground.
Warning
Danger of accidents Banked or laterally sloping ground reduces the maximum possible delay.
–
If possible finish braking before going into a bend.
–
Always finish braking before you go into a bend. Shift down to a lower gear appropriate to your speed.
–
Use the braking effect of the engine on long downhill stretches. Shift back one or two gears, but do not overrev the engine when doing so. This means that significantly less braking is required and the brake system
does not overheat.
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9.6
Stopping, parking
Warning
Risk of injury People who act without authorization endanger themselves and others.
–
Do not leave the vehicle unattended if the engine is running.
–
Protect the vehicle against access by unauthorized persons.
–
Lock the steering and remove the ignition key if you leave the vehicle unattended.
Warning
Danger of burns Some vehicle components become very hot when the vehicle is operated.
–
Do not touch any parts such as the exhaust system, radiator, engine, shock absorber, or brake system
before the vehicle parts have cooled down.
–
Let the vehicle parts cool down before you perform any work on the vehicle.
Note
Material damage The vehicle may be damaged by incorrect procedure when parking.
Significant damage may be caused if the vehicle rolls away or falls over.
The components for parking the vehicle are designed only for the weight of the vehicle.
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Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
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Ensure that nobody sits on the vehicle when the vehicle is parked on a stand.
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Note
Fire hazard Hot vehicle components pose a fire hazard and explosion risk.
–
Do not park the vehicle near to materials which are highly flammable or explosive.
–
Allow the vehicle to cool down before covering it.
–
Apply the brakes on the motorcycle.
–
Shift gear to neutral.
–
Switch off the ignition by turning the ignition key to the position
.
Info
If the engine is switched off with the emergency OFF switch and the ignition remains switched on at
the ignition lock, power continues to flow to most power consumers and the battery will discharge.
You should therefore always switch off the engine with the ignition lock – the emergency OFF switch
is intended for emergencies only.
–
Park the motorcycle on a firm surface.
–
Swing the side stand forward with your foot as far as it will go and lean the vehicle on it.
–
Lock the steering. (
9.7
p. 33)
Transport
Note
Danger of damage The parked vehicle can roll away or fall over.
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Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
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Note
Fire hazard Hot vehicle components pose a fire hazard and explosion risk.
–
Do not park the vehicle near to materials which are highly flammable or explosive.
–
Allow the vehicle to cool down before covering it.
401448-01
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Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.
–
Use tension belts or other suitable devices to secure the
motorcycle against accidents or falling over.
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
9.8
Refueling
Danger
Fire hazard Fuel is highly flammable.
The fuel in the fuel tank expands when warm and can escape if overfilled.
–
Do not refuel the vehicle in the vicinity of open flames or lit cigarettes.
–
Switch off the engine for refueling.
–
Make sure that no fuel is spilled; particularly not on hot parts of the vehicle.
–
If any fuel is spilled, wipe it off immediately.
–
Observe the specifications for refueling.
Warning
Danger of poisoning Fuel is poisonous and a health hazard.
–
Avoid skin, eye and clothing contact with fuel.
–
Immediately consult a doctor if you swallow fuel.
–
Do not inhale fuel vapors.
–
In case of skin contact, rinse the affected area with plenty of water.
–
Rinse the eyes thoroughly with water, and consult a doctor in case of fuel contact with the eyes.
–
Change your clothing in case of fuel spills on them.
Note
Material damage Inadequate fuel quality causes the fuel filter to quickly become clogged.
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In some countries and regions, the available fuel quality and cleanliness may not be sufficient. This will result in
problems with the fuel system.
–
Refuel only with clean fuel that meets the specified standards. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be glad to
help.)
Note
Environmental hazard Improper handling of fuel is a danger to the environment.
–
Do not allow fuel to enter the groundwater, the soil, or the sewage system.
–
Switch off the engine.
–
Open the filler cap. (
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Fill the fuel tank with fuel up to the lower edge
filler.
Total fuel tank
capacity, approx.
F00792-10
Total fuel tank
capacity, approx.
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p. 34)
13.5 l
(3.57 US gal)
1 of the fuel
Super unleaded
(ROZ 95/RON
95/PON 91)
( p. 241)
(390 Duke
EU/JP/AR,
AR/MY/PH/TH)
Gasohol 95 E20
(RON 95)
( p. 241)
(390 Duke TH)
RIDING INSTRUCTIONS 9
Total fuel tank
capacity, approx.
–
Close the filler cap. (
13.5 l
(3.57 US gal)
Super unleaded,
type C (ROZ
95/RON 95/PON
91) ( p. 242)
(390 Duke BR)
p. 36)
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10 SERVICE SCHEDULE
10.1
Additional information
Any further work that results from the required work or from the recommended work must be ordered separately
and can be invoiced separately.
Depending on local operating conditions, service intervals may vary in your country.
10.2
Required work
Every two years
Every year
every 15,000 km (9,300 mi)
every 7,500 km (4,650 mi)
after 1,000 km (620 mi)
Read out the fault memory using the KTM diagnostics tool.
Check that the electrical system is functioning properly.
Change the engine oil and oil filter and clean the oil screens.
Check the brake discs. (
p. 136)
Check the front brake linings. (
Check the rear brake linings. (
p. 142)
p. 151)
Check the brake lines for damage and leakage.
Check the brake fluid level of the front brake. (
Check the rear brake fluid level. (
Check the tire condition. (
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p. 147)
p. 163)
p. 138)
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p. 201)
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SERVICE SCHEDULE 10
Every two years
Every year
every 15,000 km (9,300 mi)
every 7,500 km (4,650 mi)
after 1,000 km (620 mi)
Check the tire air pressure. (
p. 165)
Check the shock absorber and fork for leaks.
Clean the dust boots of the fork legs. (
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Check the chain tension. (
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p. 124)
p. 188)
Check that the radiator fan is functioning properly.
Change the air filter, clean the air filter box.
Check that the throttle cables are undamaged, routed without sharp bends, and set correctly.
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Change the front brake fluid.
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10 SERVICE SCHEDULE
Every two years
Every year
every 15,000 km (9,300 mi)
every 7,500 km (4,650 mi)
after 1,000 km (620 mi)
Final check: Final check: Check the vehicle for safe operation and take a test ride.
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10.3
Recommended work
Every four years
Every year
every 30,000 km (18,600 mi)
every 7,500 km (4,650 mi)
after 1,000 km (620 mi)
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Check the swingarm.
Check the swingarm bearing for backlash.
108
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Every four years
Every year
every 30,000 km (18,600 mi)
every 7,500 km (4,650 mi)
after 1,000 km (620 mi)
Check the wheel bearing for play.
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Change the coolant.
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Empty the drainage hoses.
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leaks, and incorrect routing.
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11 TUNING THE CHASSIS
11.1
Adjusting the spring preload of the shock absorber
Warning
Danger of accidents Modifications to the suspension setting may seriously alter the handling characteristic.
–
Ride slowly to start with after making adjustments to get the feel of the new handling characteristic.
Info
The spring preload defines the initial status of the spring operation on the shock absorber.
The best spring preload setting is achieved when it is set for the weight of the rider and that of any luggage and a passenger, thus ensuring an ideal compromise between handling and stability.
–
Adjust the spring preload by turning adjusting ring
1.
Guideline
Spring preload
Standard
5 clicks
Hook wrench, shock absorber (90529077000)
Extension for hook wrench (90129099025)
F00793-10
Info
The spring preload can be set to 10 different positions.
110
TUNING THE CHASSIS 11
11.2
Adjusting the shift lever
Info
The adjustment range of the shift lever is limited.
–
Loosen nuts
–
Adjust the shift lever by turning shift rod
1.
2.
Guideline
Shift rod adjustment
range
90 … 102 mm (3.54 …
4.02 in)
A
Info
Make the same adjustments on both sides.
At least five screw threads must be screwed into the
seating.
–
Check adjusting angle
B.
Guideline
B
Adjusting angle
shift rod
- bell crank - shift lever
–
Tighten nuts
90°
1.
F00794-10
111
11 TUNING THE CHASSIS
Info
After the nuts have been tightened, the bearings of
the shift rod must be central and aligned identically
to each other in order to ensure freedom of movement
in the bearing shells.
–
112
Check the shift lever to ensure it is functioning properly and
can move freely.
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
12.1
Raising the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear
Note
Danger of damage The parked vehicle can roll away or fall over.
–
Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
–
Mount the supports of the lifting gear.
–
Insert the adapter in the rear lifting gear.
Universal V adapter with bushings (61029955244)
Rear wheel work stand (69329955000)
–
Stand the motorcycle upright, align the lifting gear with the
swingarm and the adapters, and lift the motorcycle.
402346-01
12.2
Removing the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear
Note
Danger of damage The parked vehicle can roll away or fall over.
–
Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
113
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
–
Secure the motorcycle against falling over.
–
Remove the rear lifting gear and lean the vehicle on side
stand
.
–
Remove bushings kit.
1
402029-10
12.3
Lifting the motorcycle with the front lifting gear
Note
Danger of damage The parked vehicle can roll away or fall over.
–
Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
114
p. 113)
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
Condition
– Remove protection cap
1.
F00795-10
–
Move the handlebar to the straight-ahead position. Position the
lifting gear.
Mounting pin (69329965030)
Front wheel work stand, large (69329965000)
Info
Always raise the motorcycle at the rear first.
402345-01
–
Lift the motorcycle at the front.
115
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
12.4
Taking the motorcycle off the front lifting gear
Note
Danger of damage The parked vehicle can roll away or fall over.
–
Park the vehicle on a firm and level surface.
Main work
– Secure the motorcycle against falling over.
–
402777-01
116
Remove the front lifting gear.
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
–
Mount protection cap
1.
F00795-10
Finishing work
– Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
12.5
Cleaning the dust boots of the fork legs
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
–
Lift the motorcycle with the front lifting gear. (
p. 113)
p. 114)
117
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
Main work
– Push dust boots
1 of both fork legs downward.
Info
The dust boots should remove dust and coarse dirt particles from the fork tubes. Over time, dirt can accumulate behind the dust boots. If this dirt is not removed,
the oil seals behind can start to leak.
F00879-10
Warning
Danger of accidents Oil or grease on the brake discs
reduces the braking effect.
–
–
Always keep the brake discs free of oil and grease.
–
Clean the brake discs with brake cleaner when necessary.
Clean and oil the dust boots and inner fork tubes of both fork
legs.
Universal oil spray (
p. 244)
–
Press the dust boots back into their installation position.
–
Remove excess oil.
Finishing work
– Take the motorcycle off the front lifting gear. (
118
p. 116)
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
12.6
–
Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
–
Insert the ignition key in seat lock
–
Raise the rear of the seat, push it towards the rear, and lift it
off.
–
Remove the ignition key from the seat lock.
Removing the passenger seat
1 and turn it clockwise.
H01991-10
119
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
12.7
Mounting the passenger seat
–
Attach hooks
on the passenger seat to seat mounting
on the subframe, and lower it at the rear while pushing forward.
–
Press passenger seat downward until it clicks into place.
1
2
Warning
Danger of accidents The seat can come loose from the
anchoring if it is not mounted correctly.
–
H01992-01
–
12.8
After assembly, check whether the seat is correctly
locked and cannot be pulled up.
Finally, check that the passenger seat is correctly mounted.
Removing the front rider's seat
Preparatory work
– Remove the passenger seat. (
120
p. 119)
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
Main work
– Raise the rear of the front rider's seat, pull it towards the rear,
and remove it upwards.
H01993-01
12.9
Mounting the front rider's seat
Main work
– Attach the front rider's seat in area
–
A and lower at the rear.
Finally, check that the driver's seat is correctly mounted.
H01994-01
Finishing work
– Mount the passenger seat. (
p. 120)
121
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
12.10
Checking for chain dirt accumulation
–
Check the chain for coarse dirt accumulation.
»
If the chain is very dirty:
–
Clean the chain. (
p. 122)
400678-01
12.11
Cleaning the chain
Warning
Danger of accidents Oil or grease on the tires reduces the road grip.
–
Remove the lubricant from the tires using a suitable cleaning agent.
Warning
Danger of accidents Oil or grease on the brake discs reduces the braking effect.
122
–
Always keep the brake discs free of oil and grease.
–
Clean the brake discs with brake cleaner when necessary.
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
Note
Environmental hazard Hazardous substances cause environmental damage.
–
Dispose of oils, grease, filters, fuel, cleaning agents, brake fluid, etc., correctly and in compliance with
the applicable regulations.
Info
The service life of the chain depends largely on its maintenance.
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
p. 113)
Main work
– Clean the chain regularly.
–
Rinse off loose dirt with a soft jet of water.
–
Remove old grease remains with chain cleaner.
Chain cleaner (
–
p. 243)
After drying, apply chain spray.
Street chain spray (
p. 244)
400725-01
Finishing work
– Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
123
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
12.12
Checking the chain tension
Warning
Danger of accidents Incorrect chain tension damages components and results in accidents.
If the chain is tensioned too much, the chain, engine sprocket, rear sprocket, transmission and rear
wheel bearings wear more quickly. Some components may break if overloaded.
If the chain is too loose, the chain may fall off the engine sprocket or the rear sprocket. As a result, the
rear wheel locks or the engine will be damaged.
–
Check the chain tension regularly.
–
Set the chain tension in accordance with the specification.
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
p. 113)
Main work
– Shift gear to neutral.
–
In the area of the chain sliding guard, press the chain upward
toward the swingarm and determine chain tension
.
A
Info
B
M00714-10
The upper part of chain
must be taut.
Chain wear is not always even, so you should repeat
this measurement at different chain positions.
Chain tension
124
5 … 7 mm (0.2 … 0.28 in)
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
»
If the chain tension does not meet the specification:
–
–
12.13
Adjust the chain tension. (
p. 125)
Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
Adjusting the chain tension
Warning
Danger of accidents Incorrect chain tension damages components and results in accidents.
If the chain is tensioned too much, the chain, engine sprocket, rear sprocket, transmission and rear
wheel bearings wear more quickly. Some components may break if overloaded.
If the chain is too loose, the chain may fall off the engine sprocket or the rear sprocket. As a result, the
rear wheel locks or the engine will be damaged.
–
Check the chain tension regularly.
–
Set the chain tension in accordance with the specification.
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
–
Check the chain tension. (
p. 113)
p. 124)
125
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
Main work
– Loosen nut
–
–
1.
Loosen nuts 2.
Adjust the chain tension by turning adjusting screws
and right.
3 left
Guideline
Chain tension
5 … 7 mm (0.2 … 0.28 in)
3
Turn the adjusting screws
on the left and right so that
the markings on the left and right chain adjusters
are in
the same position relative to the reference marks
. The
rear wheel is then correctly aligned.
4
A
Info
The upper part of the chain must be taut.
Chain wear is not always even, so you should check the
setting at different chain positions.
F00861-10
–
Tighten nuts
–
Make sure that chain adjusters
adjusting screws
.
2.
4 are fitted correctly on
3
–
Tighten nut
1.
Guideline
Nut, rear wheel spindle
126
M14x1.5
98 Nm (72.3 lbf ft)
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
Finishing work
– Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
12.14
Checking the chain, rear sprocket, and engine sprocket
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
p. 113)
Main work
– Check the rear sprocket and engine sprocket for wear.
»
If the rear sprocket and engine sprocket are worn:
–
Change the drivetrain kit.
Info
The engine sprocket, rear sprocket and chain
should always be replaced together.
100132-10
127
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
–
Shift gear to neutral.
–
Pull the lower chain section with specified weight
A.
Guideline
Weight, chain wear measurement
–
A
0
Measure distance
section.
15 kg (33 lb.)
B of 20 chain rollers in the lower chain
Info
Chain wear is not always even, so you should repeat
this measurement at different chain positions.
B
Maximum distance
from
20 chain rollers at the
longest chain section
B
0
»
1 2 3
18 19 20
401288-10
If distance
–
301.6 mm (11.874 in)
B is greater than the specified measurement:
Change the drivetrain kit.
Info
When a new chain is mounted, the rear sprocket
and engine sprocket should also be changed.
New chains wear out faster on old, worn sprockets.
128
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
–
Check the chain sliding guard for wear.
»
C
If in area
by the chain sliding guard screw
ble from above:
–
–
1 is visi-
Change the chain sliding guard.
Check that the chain sliding guard is firmly seated.
»
If the chain sliding guard is loose:
–
Tighten the screw of the chain sliding guard.
Guideline
Screw, chain sliding guard
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
F00799-10
Finishing work
– Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
129
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
12.15
Adjusting the basic position of the clutch lever
–
Adjust the basic position of the clutch lever to your hand size
by turning adjusting wheel
.
1
Info
Push the clutch lever forward and turn the adjusting
wheel.
Do not make any adjustments while riding.
F00783-11
12.16
Removing the front spoiler
–
F00796-10
130
Remove screws
1.
SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS 12
–
Remove screws
–
Take off the front spoiler.
–
Position the front spoiler. Mount screws
yet.
2.
F00797-10
12.17
Fitting front spoiler
1 but do not tighten
F00796-10
131
12 SERVICE WORK ON THE CHASSIS
–
Mount and tighten screws
2.
Guideline
Screw, front spoiler
rear
–
Tighten screws
M6x9
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
M6x13
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
1.
Guideline
Screw, front spoiler
F00797-10
132
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
13.1
Antilock brake system (ABS)
1
ABS unit
, which consists of a hydraulic unit, ABS control
unit, and return pump, is installed under the fuel tank. One wheel
speed sensor
is located in each case on the front and the rear
wheel.
2
Warning
Danger of accidents Changes to the vehicle impair the
function of the ABS.
–
Only allow the rear wheel to spin with the front brake
applied away from public road traffic if the ABS is
switched off.
–
Do not make any changes to the suspension travel.
–
Only use spare parts on the brake system which have
been approved and recommended by KTM.
–
Only use tires/wheels approved by KTM with the corresponding speed index.
–
Maintain the specified tire air pressure.
–
Service work and repairs must be performed professionally. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be glad
to help.)
H01908-10
133
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
Note
Voiding of the government approval for road use and the insurance
coverage If the ABS is switched off completely, the vehicle's
approval for road use is invalidated.
–
Only operate the vehicle in closed-off areas remote from public
road traffic if the ABS is switched off completely.
The ABS is a safety system that prevents locking of the wheels
when driving straight ahead without the influence of lateral forces.
Warning
Danger of accidents Driving aids can only prevent a
rollover within the physical limitations.
It is not always possible to compensate for extreme riding
situations, for example with luggage loaded with a high
center of gravity, varying road surfaces, steep descents or
full braking without disengaging the gear.
–
Adapt your riding style to the road conditions and your
driving ability.
The ABS operates with two independent brake circuits (front and
rear brakes). During normal operation, the brake system operates
like a conventional brake system without ABS. When the ABS control unit detects a locking tendency in a wheel, ABS begins reg-
134
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
ulating the brake pressure. The control function causes a slight
pulsing of the hand and foot brake levers.
The ABS indicator lamp
must light up after the ignition is
switched on and go out after starting off. If it does not go out after
starting off or if it lights up while riding, this indicates a fault in
the ABS system. In this case, the ABS is no longer enabled and
the wheels may lock during braking. The brake system itself stays
functional; only ABS control is not available.
The ABS indicator lamp may also light up if the rotating speeds of
the front and rear wheels differ greatly under extreme riding conditions, for example when making "wheelies" or if the rear wheel
spins. This causes the ABS to switch off.
To reactivate the ABS, stop the vehicle and switch off the ignition.
The ABS is reactivated when the vehicle is switched on again. The
ABS indicator lamp goes out when you start off.
3
135
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
13.2
Adjusting the basic position of the hand brake lever
–
Adjust the basic position of the hand brake lever to your hand
size by turning adjusting wheel
.
1
Info
Push the hand brake lever forward and turn the adjusting wheel.
Do not make any adjustments while riding.
F00784-13
13.3
Checking the brake discs
Warning
Danger of accidents Worn-out brake discs reduce the braking effect.
–
136
Make sure that worn-out brake discs are replaced immediately. (Your authorized KTM workshop will
be glad to help.)
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
–
Check the front and rear brake disc thickness at multiple
points for the dimension
.
A
Info
Wear will reduce the thickness of the brake disc at contact surface
of the brake linings.
1
Brake discs - wear limit
400480-10
»
–
front
4.5 mm (0.177 in)
rear
3.6 mm (0.142 in)
If the brake disc thickness is less than the specified value.
–
Change the front brake disc.
–
Change the rear brake disc.
Check the front and rear brake discs for damage, cracking, and
deformation.
»
If the brake disc exhibits damage, cracking, or deformation:
–
Change the front brake disc.
–
Change the rear brake disc.
137
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
13.4
Checking the brake fluid level of the front brake
Warning
Danger of accidents An insufficient brake fluid level will cause the brake system to fail.
If the brake fluid level drops below the MIN marking, the brake system is leaking or the brake linings are
worn down.
–
Check the brake system and do not continue riding until the problem is eliminated. (Your authorized
KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Warning
Danger of accidents Old brake fluid reduces the braking effect.
–
Make sure that brake fluid for the front and rear brake is changed in accordance with the service
schedule. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
–
Move the brake fluid reservoir mounted on the handlebar to a
horizontal position.
–
Check the brake fluid level in viewer
»
If the brake fluid level is below the MINmarking:
–
F00798-10
138
1.
Add front brake fluid.
(
p. 139)
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
13.5
Adding front brake fluid
Warning
Danger of accidents An insufficient brake fluid level will cause the brake system to fail.
If the brake fluid level drops below the MIN marking, the brake system is leaking or the brake linings are
worn down.
–
Check the brake system and do not continue riding until the problem is eliminated. (Your authorized
KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Warning
Skin irritation Brake fluid causes skin irritation.
–
Keep brake fluid out of the reach of children.
–
Wear suitable protective clothing and safety glasses.
–
Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with the skin, the eyes or clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if brake fluid has been swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water immediately and consult a doctor if brake fluid comes into contact
with the eyes.
–
If brake fluid spills on to your clothing, change the clothing.
139
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
Warning
Danger of accidents Old brake fluid reduces the braking effect.
–
Make sure that brake fluid for the front and rear brake is changed in accordance with the service
schedule. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Note
Environmental hazard Hazardous substances cause environmental damage.
–
Dispose of oils, grease, filters, fuel, cleaning agents, brake fluid, etc., correctly and in compliance with
the applicable regulations.
Info
Never use DOT 5 brake fluid. It is silicone-based and purple in color. Oil seals and brake lines are not
designed for DOT 5 brake fluid.
Avoid contact between brake fluid and painted parts. Brake fluid attacks paint.
Only use clean brake fluid from a sealed container.
Preparatory work
– Check the front brake linings. (
140
p. 142)
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
Main work
– Move the brake fluid reservoir mounted on the handlebar to a
horizontal position.
–
–
–
1.
Remove cover 2 with membrane 3.
Add brake fluid to level A.
Remove screws
Guideline
Level
F00862-10
A
Brake fluid DOT 4 / DOT 5.1 (
–
5 mm (0.2 in)
p. 239)
Position the cover with the membrane. Mount and tighten the
screws.
Info
Clean up overflowed or spilled brake fluid immediately
with water.
141
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
13.6
Checking the front brake linings
Warning
Danger of accidents Worn-out brake linings reduce the braking effect.
–
Ensure that worn-out brake linings are replaced immediately. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be
glad to help.)
Warning
Danger of accidents Damaged brake discs reduce the braking effect.
If the brake linings are not changed in time, the brake lining carriers grind against the brake disc. As a
consequence, the braking effect is greatly reduced and the brake discs are destroyed.
–
Check the brake linings regularly.
–
Check the brake linings for minimum thickness
Minimum thickness
»
If there is wear or tearing:
–
142
Change the front brake linings.
Check the brake linings for damage and cracking.
»
F00800-10
≥ 1 mm (≥ 0.04 in)
If the minimum thickness is less than specified:
–
–
A
A.
Change the front brake linings.
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
13.7
Checking the free travel of foot brake lever
Warning
Danger of accidents The brake system fails in the event of overheating.
If there is no free travel on the foot brake lever, pressure builds up in the brake system on the rear
brake.
–
Set the free travel on the foot brake lever in accordance with the specification.
143
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
–
Disconnect spring
–
Move the foot brake lever back and forth between the end stop
and the contact to the foot brake cylinder piston and check
free travel
.
1.
A
Guideline
Free travel at foot brake lever
»
If the free travel does not meet specifications:
–
–
F00847-10
144
3 … 5 mm (0.12 … 0.2 in)
Adjust the free travel of the foot brake lever.
( p. 145)
Reconnect spring
1.
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
13.8
Adjusting the free travel of the foot brake lever
Warning
Danger of accidents The brake system fails in the event of overheating.
If there is no free travel on the foot brake lever, pressure builds up in the brake system on the rear
brake.
–
Set the free travel on the foot brake lever in accordance with the specification.
145
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
–
–
1.
Release nut 2 and use screw 3 to adjust the specified free
travel A.
Detach spring
Guideline
Free travel at foot brake lever
3 … 5 mm (0.12 … 0.2 in)
Info
The range of adjustment is limited.
–
–
F00847-11
146
3 and tighten nut 2.
Attach spring 1.
Hold screw
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
13.9
Checking the rear brake fluid level
Warning
Danger of accidents An insufficient brake fluid level will cause the brake system to fail.
If the brake fluid level drops below the MIN marking, the brake system is leaking or the brake linings are
worn down.
–
Check the brake system and do not continue riding until the problem is eliminated. (Your authorized
KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Warning
Danger of accidents Old brake fluid reduces the braking effect.
–
Make sure that brake fluid for the front and rear brake is changed in accordance with the service
schedule. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
–
Stand the vehicle upright.
–
Check the brake fluid level of the brake fluid reservoir.
»
If the fluid level reaches the MIN marking
–
Add rear brake fluid.
(
1:
p. 148)
F00851-10
147
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
13.10
Adding rear brake fluid
Warning
Danger of accidents An insufficient brake fluid level will cause the brake system to fail.
If the brake fluid level drops below the MIN marking, the brake system is leaking or the brake linings are
worn down.
–
Check the brake system and do not continue riding until the problem is eliminated. (Your authorized
KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Warning
Skin irritation Brake fluid causes skin irritation.
148
–
Keep brake fluid out of the reach of children.
–
Wear suitable protective clothing and safety glasses.
–
Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with the skin, the eyes or clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if brake fluid has been swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water immediately and consult a doctor if brake fluid comes into contact
with the eyes.
–
If brake fluid spills on to your clothing, change the clothing.
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
Warning
Danger of accidents Old brake fluid reduces the braking effect.
–
Make sure that brake fluid for the front and rear brake is changed in accordance with the service
schedule. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be glad to help.)
Note
Environmental hazard Hazardous substances cause environmental damage.
–
Dispose of oils, grease, filters, fuel, cleaning agents, brake fluid, etc., correctly and in compliance with
the applicable regulations.
Info
Avoid contact between brake fluid and painted parts. Brake fluid attacks paint!
Use only clean brake fluid from a sealed container.
Preparatory work
– Check the rear brake linings. (
p. 151)
149
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
Main work
Condition
The screw cap is locked.
–
Remove screw
1 and take off the screw cap lock.
H01142-10
–
Stand the vehicle upright.
–
Remove screw cap
–
2 with membrane 3.
Add brake fluid to level A.
Brake fluid DOT 4 / DOT 5.1 (
–
p. 239)
Mount screw cap with membrane.
Info
F00852-10
150
Clean up overflowed or spilled brake fluid immediately
with water.
BRAKE SYSTEM 13
Condition
The screw cap is locked.
–
Position the screw cap lock and mount and tighten
screw
.
1
Guideline
Screw, compensating tank cap lock,
rear brake
M5
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
H01142-10
13.11
Checking the rear brake linings
Warning
Danger of accidents Worn-out brake linings reduce the braking effect.
–
Ensure that worn-out brake linings are replaced immediately. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be
glad to help.)
Warning
Danger of accidents Damaged brake discs reduce the braking effect.
If the brake linings are not changed in time, the brake lining carriers grind against the brake disc. As a
consequence, the braking effect is greatly reduced and the brake discs are destroyed.
–
Check the brake linings regularly.
151
13 BRAKE SYSTEM
–
Check the brake linings for minimum thickness
Minimum thickness
»
If there is wear or tearing:
–
152
Change the rear brake linings.
Check the brake linings for damage and cracking.
»
F00853-10
≥ 1 mm (≥ 0.04 in)
If the minimum thickness is less than specified:
–
–
A
A.
Change the rear brake linings.
WHEELS, TIRES 14
14.1
Removing the front wheel
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
–
Lift the motorcycle with the front lifting gear. (
Main work
– Remove screws
to the side.
–
Remove screw
hole.
–
Loosen screw
–
–
p. 113)
p. 114)
1 with washers and push the fender slightly
2 and pull wheel speed sensor 3 out of the
4 by several rotations.
Loosen screws 5.
Press on screw 4 to push the wheel spindle out of the axle
clamp.
–
Remove screw
4.
Warning
Danger of accidents Reduced braking effect caused by
damaged brake discs.
–
F00863-10
–
Always lay the wheel down in such a way that the
brake discs are not damaged.
Holding the front wheel, withdraw the wheel spindle. Take the
front wheel out of the fork.
153
14 WHEELS, TIRES
Info
Do not pull the hand brake lever when the front wheel
is removed.
14.2
Installing the front wheel
Warning
Danger of accidents Oil or grease on the brake discs reduces the braking effect.
–
Always keep the brake discs free of oil and grease.
–
Clean the brake discs with brake cleaner when necessary.
–
Check the wheel bearing for damage and wear.
»
If the wheel bearing is damaged or worn:
–
–
Change front wheel bearing.
Clean and grease shaft seal rings
of the spacers.
Long-life grease (
–
F00864-10
154
Insert the spacers.
p. 243)
1 and contact surfaces A
WHEELS, TIRES 14
–
Clean the thread of the wheel spindle and screw
–
Clean and grease the wheel spindle.
Long-life grease (
–
2.
p. 243)
Position the front wheel and insert the wheel spindle.
The brake linings are correctly positioned.
–
Mount and tighten screw
2.
Guideline
Screw, front wheel
spindle
–
–
M8
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
3 in the drill hole.
Mount and tighten screw 4.
Position wheel speed sensor
Guideline
Screw, wheel speed
sensor holder
–
M6
Mount and tighten screws
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
5 with the washers.
Guideline
F00863-11
Screw, front fender
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
–
Operate the hand brake lever repeatedly until the brake linings are in contact with the brake disc and there is a pressure
point.
–
Take the motorcycle off the front lifting gear. (
p. 116)
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–
Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
–
Operate the front brake and compress the fork a few times
firmly.
The fork legs straighten.
–
Tighten screws
6.
Guideline
Screw, fork stub
14.3
M8
15 Nm (11.1 lbf ft)
Removing the rear wheel
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
Main work
– Remove screw
F00865-10
156
1.
p. 113)
WHEELS, TIRES 14
–
Remove screw
hole.
–
Remove nut
–
–
2 and pull wheel speed sensor 3 out of the
4 and washer.
Remove chain adjuster 5.
Holding the rear wheel, withdraw wheel spindle
washer and chain adjuster
.
6 with the
5
–
Push the rear wheel forward as far as possible and take the
chain off the rear sprocket.
–
Push chain guard to the side.
Warning
Danger of accidents Reduced braking effect caused by
damaged brake discs.
–
–
F00861-11
Always lay the wheel down in such a way that the
brake discs are not damaged.
Pull the rear wheel back and take it out of the swingarm.
Info
Do not operate the foot brake lever when the rear wheel
is removed.
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14 WHEELS, TIRES
14.4
Installing the rear wheel
Warning
Danger of accidents Oil or grease on the brake discs reduces the braking effect.
–
Always keep the brake discs free of oil and grease.
–
Clean the brake discs with brake cleaner when necessary.
Warning
Danger of accidents There is no braking effect to start with at the rear brake after installing the rear
wheel.
–
Actuate the foot brake several times before going on a ride until you can feel a firm pressure point.
Main work
– Check the wheel bearing for damage and wear.
»
If the wheel bearing is damaged or worn:
–
–
Change the rear wheel bearing.
Clean and grease shaft seal rings
of the spacers.
Long-life grease (
F00867-10
p. 243)
–
Clean the thread of the wheel spindle and axle nut.
–
Clean and grease wheel spindle.
Long-life grease (
158
1 and contact surfaces A
p. 243)
WHEELS, TIRES 14
–
Clean the contact areas of the brake caliper support and
swingarm.
–
Mount the rubber damper and rear sprocket carrier on the rear
wheel.
–
Insert the spacers.
–
Position the rear wheel.
–
Push the rear wheel forward as far as possible and lay the
chain on the rear sprocket.
–
Position the chain guard.
The brake linings are correctly positioned.
159
14 WHEELS, TIRES
–
Pull the rear wheel back and mount wheel spindle
washer and chain adjuster
.
3 with the
4
Guideline
Mount left and right chain adjusters
tion.
4 in the same posi-
–
Mount nut
–
Push the rear wheel forward so that the chain adjusters are in
contact with the screws, and tighten nut
.
2 and washer.
2
Guideline
In order for the rear wheel to be correctly aligned, the markings on the left and right chain adjusters must be in the
same position relative to reference markings
.
B
Nut, rear wheel spindle
–
–
F00861-12
98 Nm (72.3 lbf ft)
5 in the drill hole.
Mount and tighten screw 6.
Position wheel speed sensor
Guideline
Screw, wheel speed
sensor holder
160
M14x1.5
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
WHEELS, TIRES 14
–
Mount and tighten screw
7.
Guideline
Screw, chain guard
EJOT PT®
K60x30
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
F00865-11
Finishing work
– Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
–
14.5
Check the chain tension. (
p. 124)
Checking the rear hub rubber dampers
Info
The engine power is transmitted from the rear sprocket to the rear wheel via 6 rubber dampers. They eventually wear out during operation. If the rubber dampers are not changed in time, the rear sprocket carrier
and the rear hub will be damaged.
Preparatory work
– Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
–
Remove the rear wheel.
(
p. 113)
p. 156)
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14 WHEELS, TIRES
Main work
– Check bearing
»
If the bearing is damaged or worn:
–
–
1.
Change the bearing.
Check the rubber dampers
wear.
»
F00868-10
2 of the rear hub for damage and
If the rubber dampers of the rear hub are damaged or
worn:
–
Change all rubber dampers in the rear hub.
–
Lay the read wheel on a workbench with the rear sprocket facing upwards and insert the wheel spindle in the hub.
–
To check the play
, hold the rear wheel tight and try to
rotate the rear sprocket.
A
Info
Measure the play on the outside of the rear sprocket.
Play in rubber dampers, rear
wheel
F00869-10
»
If play
–
A is larger than the specified value:
Change all rubber dampers in the rear hub.
Finishing work
– Install the rear wheel.
162
≤ 5 mm (≤ 0.2 in)
(
p. 158)
WHEELS, TIRES 14
14.6
–
Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
–
Check the chain tension. (
p. 124)
Checking the tire condition
Warning
Danger of accidents If a tire bursts while riding, the vehicle becomes uncontrollable.
–
Ensure that damaged or worn tires are replaced immediately. (Your authorized KTM workshop will be
glad to help.)
Warning
Danger of crashing Different tire tread patterns on the front and rear wheel impair the handling characteristic.
Different tire tread patterns can make the vehicle significantly more difficult to control.
–
Make sure that only tires with a similar tire tread pattern are fitted to the front and rear wheel.
Warning
Danger of accidents Non-approved or non-recommended tires and wheels impact the handling characteristic.
–
Only use tires/wheels approved by KTM with the corresponding speed index.
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14 WHEELS, TIRES
Info
The type, condition, and air pressure of the tires all have a major impact on the handling of the motorcycle.
Worn tires have a negative effect on handling characteristics, especially on wet surfaces.
–
Check the front and rear tires for cuts, run-in objects, and
other damage.
»
If the tires have cuts, run-in objects, or other damage:
–
–
Change the tires.
Check the tread depth.
Info
Observe the minimum profile depth required by
national law.
400602-10
Minimum tread depth
»
If the tread depth is less than the minimum tread depth:
–
164
≥ 2 mm (≥ 0.08 in)
Change the tires.
WHEELS, TIRES 14
–
Check the tire age.
Info
The tire date of manufacture is usually contained in the
tire label and is indicated by the last four digits of the
DOT number. The first two digits indicate the week of
manufacture and the last two digits the year of manufacture.
KTM recommends that the tires be changed after 5
years at the latest, regardless of the actual state of
wear.
H01144-10
»
If the tires are more than 5 years old:
–
14.7
Change the tires.
Checking the tire air pressure
Info
Low tire air pressure leads to abnormal wear and overheating of the tire.
Correct tire air pressure ensures optimal riding comfort and maximum tire service life.
165
14 WHEELS, TIRES
–
Remove the dust cap.
–
Check tire air pressure when the tires are cold.
Tire air pressure, solo
front
2.0 bar (29 psi)
rear
2.0 bar (29 psi)
Tire air pressure with passenger / full payload
400695-01
»
166
2.0 bar (29 psi)
rear
2.2 bar (32 psi)
If the tire air pressure does not meet specifications:
–
–
front
Correct the tire air pressure.
Mount the dust cap.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
15.1
Daytime running light (DRL)
Warning
Danger of accidents When visibility is poor, the daytime
running light is not a substitute for the low beam.
Automatic switching between the daytime running light
and low beam may only be partially available when visibility is significantly impaired due to fog, snow or rain.
–
Ensure that the appropriate type of lighting is always
selected.
–
If necessary switch off the daytime running lights
using the menu before going on a ride or when stopped
so that the low beam is switched on permanently.
–
Note the legal regulations regarding the daytime running light.
F00850-11
1
The daytime running light (DRL)
is integrated in the main
headlight.
The daytime running light (DRL) must only be switched on when
visibility conditions are good.
Activate the daytime running light (DRL) in the combination
instrument.
167
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Control is provided by the brightness sensor in the combination
instrument. When visibility conditions are good, the low beam is
switched off and the daytime running light is switched on.
Info
The position light
15.2
2 lights up with all types of lighting.
Removing the battery
Warning
Risk of injury Battery acid and battery gases cause serious chemical burns.
–
Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
–
Wear suitable protective clothing and safety glasses.
–
Avoid contact with battery acid and battery gases.
–
Keep sparks or open flames away from the battery.
–
Only charge batteries in well-ventilated rooms.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes with water for at least 15 minutes and consult a doctor immediately if battery acid and
battery gases get into the eyes.
Preparatory work
– Switch off the ignition by turning the ignition key to the position .
–
168
Remove the passenger seat. (
p. 119)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
–
Remove the front rider's seat. (
Main work
– Disconnect negative cable
p. 120)
1 from the battery.
F00774-10
–
Pull back positive terminal cover
–
Disconnect positive cable
–
Detach rubber band
–
Pull the battery up and out of the battery holder.
2.
3 from the battery.
4.
Info
F00775-10
Never operate the motorcycle with a discharged battery
or without a battery. In both cases, electrical components and safety devices can be damaged. The vehicle
will therefore no longer be roadworthy.
169
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
15.3
Installing the battery
Main work
– Position the battery in the battery holder.
Battery (ETZ‑9‑BS) (
–
p. 226)
–
1.
Position positive cable 2 and mount and tighten the screw.
Position positive terminal cover 3.
–
Position negative cable
–
Reconnect rubber band
F00775-11
4; mount and tighten the screw.
F00774-11
Finishing work
– Mount the front rider's seat. (
–
170
Mount the passenger seat. (
p. 121)
p. 120)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
–
15.4
Set the time and date. (
p. 75)
Recharging the battery
Warning
Risk of injury Battery acid and battery gases cause serious chemical burns.
–
Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
–
Wear suitable protective clothing and safety glasses.
–
Avoid contact with battery acid and battery gases.
–
Keep sparks or open flames away from the battery.
–
Only charge batteries in well-ventilated rooms.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes with water for at least 15 minutes and consult a doctor immediately if battery acid and
battery gases get into the eyes.
Note
Environmental hazard Batteries contain environmentally-hazardous materials.
–
Do not dispose of batteries as household waste.
–
Dispose of batteries at a collection point for used batteries.
171
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Info
Even when there is no load on the battery, it discharges steadily.
The charging level and the method of charging are very important for the service life of the battery.
Rapid recharging with a high charging current shortens the service life of the battery.
If the charging current, charging voltage, or charging time is exceeded, electrolyte escapes through the
safety valves. This reduces the battery capacity.
If the battery is depleted by repeated starting, the battery must be charged immediately.
If the battery is left in a discharged state for an extended period, over-discharge and sulfating occurs,
destroying the battery.
The battery is maintenance-free. The acid level does not have to be checked.
Preparatory work
– Switch off the ignition by turning the ignition key to the position .
172
–
Remove the passenger seat. (
–
Remove the front rider's seat. (
–
Disconnect the negative cable of the battery to avoid damage
to the onboard electronics.
p. 119)
p. 120)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
Main work
– Connect the battery charger to the battery. Switch on the battery charger.
Battery charger (58429074000)
In addition, this battery charger can be used to test the opencircuit voltage, the starting ability of the battery, and the alternator. It is impossible to overcharge the battery using this
device.
Info
1
Never remove cover
.
Charge the battery to a maximum of 10 % of the capacity specified on battery housing
.
2
–
Switch off the battery charger after charging and disconnect
from the battery.
Guideline
The charging current, charging voltage, and charging time
must not be exceeded.
M00729-10
Charge the battery regularly
when the motorcycle is not
in use
3 months
–
Position the negative cable and mount and tighten the screw.
–
Position the negative terminal cover.
173
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Finishing work
– Mount the front rider's seat. (
15.5
–
Mount the passenger seat. (
–
Set the time and date. (
p. 121)
p. 120)
p. 75)
Changing the ABS fuses
Warning
Fire hazard Incorrect fuses overload the electrical system.
–
Only use fuses with the required ampere value.
–
Do not bypass or repair fuses.
Info
Two fuses for the ABS are located under the passenger seat. These fuses protect the return pump and the
hydraulic unit of the ABS. The third fuse, which protects the ABS control unit, is located in the fuse box.
Preparatory work
– Switch off all power consumers and the engine.
–
174
Remove the passenger seat. (
p. 119)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
To change the fuse of the ABS hydraulic unit:
– Take off the protection cap and remove fuse
1.
Info
A faulty fuse has a burned-out fuse wire
A.
Warning
Fire hazard Incorrect fuses overload the electrical
system.
F00848-10
–
–
Only use fuses with the required ampere value.
–
Do not bypass or repair fuses.
Use spare fuses with the correct rating only.
Fuse (75011088015) (
p. 226)
Tip
Replace spare fuse
available if needed.
–
2 in the fuse box so that it is
Mount the protection cap.
175
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
To change the fuse of the ABS return pump:
– Take off the protection cap and remove fuse
3.
Warning
Fire hazard Incorrect fuses overload the electrical
system.
–
Only use fuses with the required ampere value.
–
Do not bypass or repair fuses.
F00848-11
–
Use spare fuses with the correct rating only.
Fuse (90111088025) (
p. 226)
Tip
Replace spare fuse
available if needed.
–
Mount the protection cap.
Finishing work
– Mount the passenger seat. (
176
4 in the fuse box so that it is
p. 120)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
15.6
Changing the fuses of individual power consumers
Info
The fuse box with the main fuse and the fuses of the individual power consumers is located under the passenger seat.
Preparatory work
– Switch off the ignition by turning the ignition key to the position .
–
Remove the passenger seat. (
p. 119)
177
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Main work
– Open fuse box cover
–
1.
Remove the faulty fuse.
Guideline
Fuse 1 - 30 A - main fuse
Fuse 2 - 10 A - combination instrument
Fuse 3 - 10 A - power relay
Fuse 4 - 15 A - ignition coil, fuel pump, start auxiliary relay,
horn
Fuse 5 - 10 A - radiator fan
Fuse 6 - 15 A - brake light, turn signal, high beam, low
beam, parking light, tail light, license plate lamp
Fuse 7 - 10 A - engine electronics control unit, ABS control
unit
Fuse 8 - 10 A - alarm system (optional)
Fuse 9 - 10 A - auxiliary equipment
Fuse 10 - 10 A - auxiliary equipment
F00849-10
Fuse SPARE - 10 A/15 A/30 A - spare fuses
Info
A faulty fuse has a burned-out fuse wire
178
A.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
Warning
Fire hazard Incorrect fuses overload the electrical system.
–
–
Only use fuses with the required ampere value.
–
Do not bypass or repair fuses.
Insert spare fuses with the correct rating only.
Fuse (75011088010) (
p. 226)
Fuse (75011088015) (
p. 226)
Fuse (75011088030) (
p. 226)
Tip
Replace the spare fuse in the fuse box so that it is
available if needed.
–
Check that the power consumer is functioning properly.
–
Close the fuse box cover
1.
Finishing work
– Mount the passenger seat. (
p. 120)
179
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
15.7
Checking the headlight setting
–
Position the vehicle upright on a horizontal surface in front of
a light wall and make a marking at the height of the center of
the low beam headlight.
–
Make another mark at a distance
A
0
B under the first marking.
Guideline
0
B
Distance
–
400726-10
B
5 cm (2 in)
Position the vehicle perpendicular to the wall at a distance
from the wall and switch on the low beam.
A
Guideline
Distance
A
5 m (16 ft)
–
The rider now mounts the motorcycle with luggage and passenger if applicable.
–
Check the headlight setting.
The light-dark boundary must lie exactly on the lower marking when the motorcycle is ready to operate with the rider
mounted along with any luggage and a passenger if applicable.
»
If the light-dark border does not meet specifications:
–
180
Adjust the headlight range. (
p. 181)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 15
15.8
Adjusting the headlight range
Preparatory work
– Check the headlight setting. (
Main work
– Turn adjusting screw
p. 180)
1 to adjust the headlight range.
Info
Turn clockwise to increase the headlight range; turn
counterclockwise to reduce the headlight range.
If you have a payload, you may have to correct the
headlight range.
Screw
also secures the headlight. Ensure the screw
is always screwed in far enough.
1
F00850-10
–
Set the headlight to marking
B.
Guideline
The light-dark boundary must lie exactly on lower marking
when the motorcycle is ready to operate with the
rider mounted along with any luggage and a passenger if
applicable.
B
400726-11
181
15 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
15.9
Diagnostics connector
Diagnostics connector
1 is located under the passenger seat.
H01906-10
15.10
Front ACC1 and ACC2
Installation location
– Power supplies ACC1
and ACC2
front are located on
the left of the vehicle, behind the cover under the fuel tank.
1
E01189-10
182
2
COOLING SYSTEM 16
16.1
Cooling system
1
Water pump
in the engine ensures forced circulation of the
coolant.
The pressure resulting from the warming of the cooling system is
regulated by a valve in radiator cap
. Heat expansion causes
excess coolant to flow into compensating tank
. When the temperature falls, this surplus coolant is sucked back into the cooling
system. This ensures that operating the vehicle at the specified
coolant temperature will not result in a risk of malfunctions.
2
3
F00854-10
110 °C (230 °F)
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16 COOLING SYSTEM
4
The coolant is cooled by the air stream and a radiator fan
,
which is activated at high temperature.
The lower the speed, the less the cooling effect. Dirty cooling fins
also reduce the cooling effect.
Info
If the cooling system overheats, the maximum engine
speed is limited.
H01905-10
184
COOLING SYSTEM 16
16.2
Checking the antifreeze and coolant level
Warning
Danger of scalding During motorcycle operation, the coolant gets very hot and is under pressure.
–
Do not open the radiator, the radiator hoses or other cooling system components if the engine or the
cooling system are at operating temperature.
–
Allow the cooling system and the engine to cool down before you open the radiator, the radiator hoses
or other components of the cooling system.
–
In the event of scalding, rinse the area affected immediately with lukewarm water.
Warning
Danger of poisoning Coolant is toxic and a health hazard.
–
Keep coolant out of the reach of children.
–
Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the skin, the eyes and clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if coolant is swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water and consult a doctor immediately if coolant gets into the eyes.
–
Change clothing if coolant spills onto your clothing.
Condition
The engine is cold.
185
16 COOLING SYSTEM
–
Stand the motorcycle upright on a horizontal surface.
–
Remove cap
–
Check the antifreeze in the coolant.
1 of the compensating tank.
−25 … −45 °C (−13 … −49 °F)
»
If the antifreeze in the coolant does not match the specified value:
–
F00855-10
–
Correct the antifreeze in the coolant.
Check the coolant level in the compensating tank.
The coolant level must be between the two markings.
»
If the coolant level does not match the specified value:
–
Correct the coolant level.
Coolant (
–
186
p. 239)
Mount the cap of the compensating tank.
COOLING SYSTEM 16
–
Remove radiator cap
–
Check the antifreeze in the coolant.
2.
−25 … −45 °C (−13 … −49 °F)
»
If the antifreeze in the coolant does not match the specified value:
–
–
Correct the antifreeze in the coolant.
Check the coolant level in the radiator.
F00856-11
The radiator must be filled completely.
»
If the coolant level does not match the specified value:
–
Check the coolant level and the reason for the loss.
Coolant (
»
If you had to add more coolant than the specified amount:
> 0.20 l (> 0.21 qt.)
–
–
p. 239)
Fill/bleed the cooling system.
(
p. 191)
Mount the radiator cap.
187
16 COOLING SYSTEM
16.3
Checking the coolant level
Warning
Danger of scalding During motorcycle operation, the coolant gets very hot and is under pressure.
–
Do not open the radiator, the radiator hoses or other cooling system components if the engine or the
cooling system are at operating temperature.
–
Allow the cooling system and the engine to cool down before you open the radiator, the radiator hoses
or other components of the cooling system.
–
In the event of scalding, rinse the area affected immediately with lukewarm water.
Warning
Danger of poisoning Coolant is toxic and a health hazard.
–
Keep coolant out of the reach of children.
–
Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the skin, the eyes and clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if coolant is swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water and consult a doctor immediately if coolant gets into the eyes.
–
Change clothing if coolant spills onto your clothing.
Condition
The engine is cold.
188
COOLING SYSTEM 16
–
Stand the motorcycle upright on a horizontal surface.
–
Check the coolant level in compensating tank
1.
The coolant level must be between the two markings.
»
If the coolant level does not match the specified value:
–
Correct the coolant level.
Coolant (
p. 239)
F00855-10
–
Remove radiator cap
radiator.
2 and check the coolant level in the
The radiator must be filled completely.
»
If the coolant level does not match the specified value:
–
Check the coolant level and the reason for the loss.
Coolant (
»
F00856-11
If you had to add more coolant than the specified amount:
> 0.20 l (> 0.21 qt.)
–
–
p. 239)
Fill/bleed the cooling system.
(
p. 191)
Mount the radiator cap.
189
16 COOLING SYSTEM
16.4
Draining the coolant
Warning
Danger of scalding During motorcycle operation, the coolant gets very hot and is under pressure.
–
Do not open the radiator, the radiator hoses or other cooling system components if the engine or the
cooling system are at operating temperature.
–
Allow the cooling system and the engine to cool down before you open the radiator, the radiator hoses
or other components of the cooling system.
–
In the event of scalding, rinse the area affected immediately with lukewarm water.
Warning
Danger of poisoning Coolant is toxic and a health hazard.
–
Keep coolant out of the reach of children.
–
Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the skin, the eyes and clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if coolant is swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water and consult a doctor immediately if coolant gets into the eyes.
–
Change clothing if coolant spills onto your clothing.
Condition
The engine is cold.
Preparatory work
– Remove the front spoiler. (
190
p. 130)
COOLING SYSTEM 16
Main work
– Position the motorcycle upright.
F00857-10
16.5
–
Place a suitable container under the engine.
–
Remove screw
–
Remove the radiator cap.
–
Completely drain the coolant.
–
Mount and tighten screw
1.
1 with a new seal ring.
Guideline
Screw plug, water
pump drain hole
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Filling/bleeding the cooling system
Warning
Danger of poisoning Coolant is toxic and a health hazard.
–
Keep coolant out of the reach of children.
–
Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the skin, the eyes and clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if coolant is swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water and consult a doctor immediately if coolant gets into the eyes.
–
Change clothing if coolant spills onto your clothing.
191
16 COOLING SYSTEM
Main work
– Remove radiator cap
1.
F00856-10
–
Loosen bleeder screw
2.
Guideline
3 turns
–
Tilt the vehicle slightly to the right.
–
Pour in coolant until it emerges without bubbles at the bleeder
screw, and then mount and tighten the bleeder screw immediately.
Coolant (
F00870-10
192
p. 239)
–
Completely fill the radiator with coolant. Mount the radiator
cap.
–
Rest the vehicle on the side stand.
COOLING SYSTEM 16
Danger
Danger of poisoning Exhaust gases are toxic and inhaling them may result in unconsciousness and death.
–
Always make sure there is sufficient ventilation
when running the engine.
–
Use an effective exhaust extraction system when
starting or running the engine in an enclosed
space.
–
Start the engine and let it warm up.
–
Stop the engine and allow it to cool down.
–
When the engine is cool, check the coolant level in the radiator
and, if necessary, add coolant.
–
Remove cap
of the compensating tank and top up the
coolant level to the upper marking.
–
Mount the cap of the compensating tank.
3
F00855-11
Finishing work
– Fit the front spoiler. (
p. 131)
193
16 COOLING SYSTEM
16.6
Changing the coolant
Warning
Danger of scalding During motorcycle operation, the coolant gets very hot and is under pressure.
–
Do not open the radiator, the radiator hoses or other cooling system components if the engine or the
cooling system are at operating temperature.
–
Allow the cooling system and the engine to cool down before you open the radiator, the radiator hoses
or other components of the cooling system.
–
In the event of scalding, rinse the area affected immediately with lukewarm water.
Warning
Danger of poisoning Coolant is toxic and a health hazard.
–
Keep coolant out of the reach of children.
–
Do not allow coolant to come into contact with the skin, the eyes and clothing.
–
Consult a doctor immediately if coolant is swallowed.
–
Rinse the affected area immediately with plenty of water in the event of contact with the skin.
–
Rinse eyes thoroughly with water and consult a doctor immediately if coolant gets into the eyes.
–
Change clothing if coolant spills onto your clothing.
Condition
The engine is cold.
Preparatory work
– Remove the front spoiler. (
194
p. 130)
COOLING SYSTEM 16
Main work
– Position the motorcycle upright.
–
Place a suitable container under the engine.
–
Remove screw
–
Remove radiator cap
–
Completely drain the coolant.
–
Mount and tighten screw
1.
F00857-10
2.
1 with a new seal ring.
Guideline
Screw plug, water
pump drain hole
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
F00856-11
195
16 COOLING SYSTEM
–
Loosen bleeder screw
3.
Guideline
3 turns
–
Tilt the vehicle slightly to the right.
–
Pour in coolant until it emerges without bubbles at the bleeder
screw, and then mount and tighten the bleeder screw immediately.
Coolant (
F00870-11
p. 239)
–
Completely fill the radiator with coolant. Mount the radiator
cap.
–
Rest the vehicle on the side stand.
Danger
Danger of poisoning Exhaust gases are toxic and inhaling them may result in unconsciousness and death.
–
196
–
Always make sure there is sufficient ventilation
when running the engine.
–
Use an effective exhaust extraction system when
starting or running the engine in an enclosed
space.
Start the engine and let it warm up.
COOLING SYSTEM 16
–
Stop the engine and allow it to cool down.
–
When the engine is cool, check the coolant level in the radiator
and, if necessary, add coolant.
–
Remove cap
of the compensating tank and top up the
coolant level up to the MAX marking.
–
Mount the cap of the compensating tank.
4
F00855-12
Finishing work
– Fit the front spoiler. (
p. 131)
197
17 TUNING THE ENGINE
17.1
Checking the clutch lever play
Note
Clutch damage If there is no free travel by the clutch lever, the clutch will begin to slip.
–
Check the free travel of the clutch lever each time before using the motorcycle.
–
Adjust the free travel of the clutch lever when necessary in accordance with the specification.
–
Check the clutch lever for smooth operation.
–
Move the handlebar to the straight-ahead position.
–
Pull the clutch lever until resistance is perceptible, and determine the play in the clutch lever
.
A
Clutch lever play
»
F00871-10
1 … 3 mm (0.04 …
0.12 in)
If the clutch lever play does not meet the specified value:
–
–
A
Adjust play in the clutch lever.
(
p. 199)
Move the handlebar to and fro over the entire steering range.
The clutch lever play must not change.
»
If the clutch lever play changes:
–
198
Check the routing of the clutch cable.
TUNING THE ENGINE 17
17.2
Adjusting play in the clutch lever
–
Move the handlebar to the straight-ahead position.
–
Push back sleeve
–
–
1.
Loosen lock nut 2.
Adjust the play in the clutch level
screw
.
A by turning adjusting
3
Guideline
Clutch lever play
–
–
A
1 … 3 mm (0.04 …
0.12 in)
2.
Position bellows 1.
Tighten lock nut
F00872-10
199
18 SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE
18.1
Checking the engine oil level
Condition
The engine is at operating temperature.
Preparatory work
– Stand the motorcycle upright on a horizontal surface.
Main work
– Check the engine oil level.
Info
After switching off the engine, wait one minute before
checking the level.
A and B markings .
When the engine oil level is below the A marking:
The engine oil must be between the
V00698-10
»
–
»
–
200
Add the engine oil. (
p. 205)
When the engine oil level is above the
Correct the engine oil level.
B marking:
SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE 18
18.2
Changing the engine oil and oil filter, cleaning the oil screens
Warning
Danger of scalding Engine and gear oil get very hot when the motorcycle is ridden.
–
Wear suitable protective clothing and safety gloves.
–
In the event of scalding, rinse the area affected immediately with lukewarm water.
Note
Environmental hazard Hazardous substances cause environmental damage.
–
Dispose of oils, grease, filters, fuel, cleaning agents, brake fluid, etc., correctly and in compliance with
the applicable regulations.
Info
Drain the engine oil only when the engine is warm.
Preparatory work
– Remove the front spoiler. (
–
p. 130)
Stand the motorcycle on its side stand on a horizontal surface.
201
18 SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE
Main work
– Place a suitable container under the engine.
–
Remove oil drain plug
–
Remove oil screen
1 with the O-ring.
–
2 with the O-ring.
Remove screw plug 3 with oil screen 4.
–
Completely drain the engine oil.
–
Thoroughly clean the oil drain plugs and oil screens.
–
Position oil screen
and mount and tighten oil drain
plug
with the O-ring.
2
1
Guideline
Oil drain plug
–
M24x1.5
Mount and tighten screw plug
O-ring.
15 Nm (11.1 lbf ft)
3 with oil screen 4 and the
Guideline
Oil screen screw
plug, small
V00699-10
202
M17x1.5
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE 18
–
Remove screws
ring.
–
Pull oil filter
–
Completely drain the engine oil.
–
Thoroughly clean the parts and sealing surface.
–
Insert new oil filter
–
Lubricate the O-ring of the oil filter cover. Mount oil filter
cover
.
–
Mount and tighten the screws.
5. Remove oil filter cover 6 with the O-
7 out of the oil filter housing.
V00700-10
7.
6
Guideline
Screw, oil filter cover
V00701-10
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Info
Too little engine oil or poor-quality engine oil results in
premature wear of the engine.
203
18 SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE
–
8
Remove filler plug
and the O-ring from the clutch cover,
and fill up with engine oil.
Engine oil
–
Engine oil
(SAE 15W/50)
( p. 240)
Install and tighten the oil filler plug with O-ring.
Danger
401955-12
Danger of poisoning Exhaust gases are toxic and inhaling them may result in unconsciousness and death.
–
–
Always make sure there is sufficient ventilation
when running the engine.
–
Use an effective exhaust extraction system when
starting or running the engine in an enclosed
space.
Start the engine and check that it is oil-tight.
Finishing work
– Fit the front spoiler. (
–
204
1.7 l (1.8 qt.)
p. 131)
Check the engine oil level. (
p. 200)
SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE 18
18.3
Adding engine oil
Info
Too little engine oil or poor-quality engine oil results in premature wear to the engine.
Main work
– Remove the oil filler plug
with the O-ring from the clutch
cover and fill up with engine oil.
1
1
0
Engine oil (SAE 15W/50) (
p. 240)
Info
In order to achieve optimal engine performance, it is
not advisable to mix different engine oils.
We recommended changing the engine oil when necessary.
401955-10
–
Install and tighten the oil filler plug with the O-ring.
205
18 SERVICE WORK ON THE ENGINE
Danger
Danger of poisoning Exhaust gases are toxic and inhaling them may result in unconsciousness and death.
–
–
Always make sure there is sufficient ventilation
when running the engine.
–
Use an effective exhaust extraction system when
starting or running the engine in an enclosed
space.
Start the engine and check that it is oil-tight.
Finishing work
– Check the engine oil level. (
206
p. 200)
CLEANING, CARE 19
19.1
Cleaning the motorcycle
Note
Material damage Components become damaged or destroyed if a pressure cleaner is used incorrectly.
The high pressure forces water into the electrical components, connectors, throttle cables, and bearings, etc.
Pressure which is too high causes malfunctions and destroys components.
–
Do not direct the water jet directly on to electrical components, connectors, throttle cables or bearings.
–
Maintain a minimum distance between the nozzle of the pressure cleaner and the component.
Minimum clearance
60 cm (23.6 in)
Note
Environmental hazard Hazardous substances cause environmental damage.
–
Dispose of oils, grease, filters, fuel, cleaning agents, brake fluid, etc., correctly and in compliance with
the applicable regulations.
Info
Clean the motorcycle regularly to maintain its value and appearance over a long period.
Avoid direct sunshine when cleaning the motorcycle.
207
19 CLEANING, CARE
–
Close off the exhaust system to keep water from entering.
–
Remove loose dirt first with a soft jet of water.
–
Spray heavily soiled parts with a normal commercial motorcycle cleaner and then brush off with a soft brush.
Motorcycle cleaner (
p. 243)
Info
Use warm water containing normal motorcycle cleaner
and a soft sponge.
Never apply motorcycle cleaner to a dry motorcycle;
always rinse the vehicle with water first.
Clean the motorcycle with cold water if it has been
used on salted roads. Warm water enhances the corrosive effects of salt.
401061-01
–
After rinsing the motorcycle with a gentle spray of water, allow
it to dry thoroughly.
–
Remove the closure of the exhaust system.
Warning
Danger of accidents Moisture and dirt impair the
brake system.
–
208
Brake carefully several times to dry out and remove
dirt from the brake linings and the brake discs.
CLEANING, CARE 19
–
After cleaning, ride the vehicle a short distance until the
engine warms up.
Info
The heat produced causes water at inaccessible locations in the engine and on the brake system to evaporate.
–
Push back the sleeves of the handlebar controls to allow any
water that has penetrated to evaporate.
–
After the motorcycle has cooled off, lubricate all moving parts
and pivot points.
–
Clean the chain. (
–
Treat bare metal (except for brake discs and the exhaust system) with a corrosion inhibitor.
p. 122)
Preserving materials for paints, metal and rubber
( p. 244)
–
Treat all painted parts with a mild paint care product.
Perfect Finish and high gloss polish for paints (
p. 243)
Info
Do not polish parts that were matte when delivered as
this would strongly impair the material quality.
209
19 CLEANING, CARE
–
Treat all plastic parts and powder-coated parts with a mild
cleaning and care product.
Special cleaner for glossy and matte paint finishes, metal
and plastic surfaces ( p. 244)
–
Oil the ignition/steering lock.
Universal oil spray (
19.2
p. 244)
Checks and maintenance steps for winter operation
Info
If you use the motorcycle in winter, you must expect salt on the roads. You should therefore take precautions against aggressive road salt.
Clean the motorcycle with cold water if it has been used on salted roads. Warm water enhances the corrosive effects of salt.
210
CLEANING, CARE 19
–
Clean the motorcycle. (
–
Clean the brakes.
p. 207)
Info
After EVERY trip on salted roads, thoroughly clean the
motorcycle and, in particular, the brake calipers and
brake linings while cooled and installed with cold water
and dry carefully.
401060-01
–
Treat the engine, the swingarm, and all other bare or zinc
plated parts (except brake discs) with a wax-based corrosion
inhibitor.
Info
Corrosion inhibitor is not permitted to come in contact
with the brake discs as this would greatly reduce the
braking force.
–
Clean the chain. (
p. 122)
211
20 STORAGE
20.1
Storage
Info
If you want to garage the motorcycle for a longer period, take the following steps.
Before storing the motorcycle, check all parts for function and wear. If service, repairs or replacements
are necessary, you should do this during the storage period (less workshop overload). In this way, you can
avoid long workshop waiting times at the start of the new season.
–
When refueling for the last time before taking the motorcycle
out of service, add fuel additive.
Fuel additive (
401058-01
p. 243)
–
Refuel. (
–
Clean the motorcycle. (
–
Change the engine oil and oil filter and clean the oil
screens. ( p. 201)
–
Check the antifreeze and coolant level. (
–
Check the tire air pressure. (
–
Remove the battery.
–
Recharge the battery.
p. 103)
p. 207)
(
p. 185)
p. 165)
p. 168)
(
p. 171)
Guideline
Storage temperature of battery without direct sunlight
212
0 … 35 °C (32 … 95 °F)
STORAGE 20
–
Store the vehicle in a dry location that is not subject to large
fluctuations in temperature.
Info
KTM recommends jacking up the motorcycle.
–
Raise the motorcycle with the rear lifting gear. (
–
Lift the motorcycle with the front lifting gear. (
–
Cover the motorcycle with a tarp or similar cover that is permeable to air.
p. 113)
p. 114)
Info
Do not use non-porous materials since they prevent
humidity from escaping, thus causing corrosion.
Avoid running the engine for a short time only. Since
the engine cannot warm up properly, the water vapor
produced during combustion condenses and causes
valves and exhaust system to rust.
213
20 STORAGE
20.2
Preparing for use after storage
401059-01
214
–
Take the motorcycle off the front lifting gear. (
–
Remove the rear of the motorcycle from the lifting gear.
( p. 113)
–
Install the battery.
–
Set the time and date. (
–
Perform checks and maintenance measures when preparing for
use. ( p. 89)
–
Take a test ride.
(
p. 116)
p. 170)
p. 75)
TROUBLESHOOTING 21
Faults
Possible cause
Action
Engine does not crank when
the electric starter button is
pressed
Operating error
–
Carry out the start procedure.
( p. 90)
Battery discharged
–
Recharge the battery.
Fuse 1, 3, 4, or 7 is blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
No ground connection present
–
Check the ground connection.
Engine turns only if the clutch
lever is drawn
The vehicle is in gear
–
Shift gear to neutral.
The vehicle is in gear and the
side stand is folded out
–
Shift gear to neutral.
Engine turns but does not start
Operating error
–
Carry out the start procedure.
( p. 90)
Fault in fuel injection system
–
Read out the fault memory using the
KTM diagnostics tool.
Air filter is very dirty
–
Change the air filter.
Fuel filter is very dirty
–
Check the fuel pressure.
Fault in fuel injection system
–
Read out the fault memory using the
KTM diagnostics tool.
Too little coolant in cooling system
–
Check the cooling system for leakage.
–
Check the coolant level. (
Radiator fins very dirty
–
Clean the radiator fins.
Engine has too little power
Engine overheats
(
p. 171)
p. 188)
215
21 TROUBLESHOOTING
Faults
Possible cause
Action
Engine overheats
Foam formation in cooling system
–
Drain the coolant.
–
Fill/bleed the cooling system.
( p. 191)
Thermostat defective
–
Check the thermostat.
Fuse 5 blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
Defect in radiator fan system
–
Check the radiator fan system.
Fault in fuel injection system
–
Read out the fault memory using the
KTM diagnostics tool.
Malfunction indicator lamp
lights up yellow
Engine dies during the trip
ABS indicator lamp lights up
High oil consumption
216
(
p. 190)
Lack of fuel
–
Refuel. (
Fuse 1, 3, 4, or 7 is blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
ABS fuse is blown
–
Change the ABS fuses. (
Large difference in wheel
speeds of the front and rear
wheels
–
Stop the vehicle, switch off the ignition, and start it again.
Malfunction in ABS
–
Read out the ABS fault memory using
the KTM diagnostics tool.
Engine vent hose bent
–
Route the vent hose without bends or
change it if necessary.
Engine oil level too high
–
Check the engine oil level. (
p. 103)
p. 174)
p. 200)
TROUBLESHOOTING 21
Faults
Possible cause
Action
High oil consumption
Engine oil too thin (low viscosity)
–
Change the engine oil and oil filter and
clean the oil screens. ( p. 201)
Headlight and position light are
not functioning
Fuse 6 blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
Turn signal, brake light, and
horn are not functional
Fuse 4 or 6 blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
Time is not displayed or not
correctly displayed
Fuse 2 is blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
Battery discharged
Ignition was not switched off
when vehicle was parked
–
Recharge the battery.
Battery is not being charged by
alternator
–
Check the charging voltage.
–
Check the open-circuit current.
The combination instrument
shows nothing on the display
Fuse 2 is blown
–
Change the fuses of individual power
consumers. ( p. 177)
Speedometer in combination
instrument not functioning
Speedometer wiring harness is
damaged or plug-in connector
is oxidized
–
Check the wiring harness and plug-in
connector.
(
p. 171)
217
22 TECHNICAL DATA
22.1
Engine
Design
1-cylinder 4-stroke engine, water-cooled
Displacement
373 cm³ (22.76 cu in)
Stroke
60 mm (2.36 in)
Bore
89 mm (3.5 in)
Compression ratio
12.6:1
Control
DOHC, 4 valves controlled via cam lever, chain drive
Valve diameter, intake
36 mm (1.42 in)
Valve diameter, exhaust
29 mm (1.14 in)
Valve clearance, intake, cold
0.08 … 0.12 mm (0.0031 … 0.0047 in)
Valve clearance, exhaust, cold
0.13 … 0.17 mm (0.0051 … 0.0067 in)
Crankshaft bearing
2 slide bearings
Conrod bearing
Sleeve bearing
Pistons
Forged light alloy
Piston rings
1 compression ring, 1 tapered compression piston
ring, 1 oil scraper ring
Engine lubrication
Pressure circulation lubrication with two rotary pumps
Primary transmission
30:80
Clutch
Slipper clutch in oil bath/mechanically operated
Transmission
6-gear, claw shifted
Transmission ratio
218
TECHNICAL DATA 22
1st gear
12:32
2nd gear
14:26
3rd gear
19:27
4th gear
21:24
5th gear
23:22
6th gear
25:21
Mixture preparation
Electronically controlled fuel injection
Ignition
Contactless controlled fully electronic ignition with
digital ignition adjustment
Alternator
12 V, 230 W
Spark plug
BOSCHVR5NEU
Spark plug electrode gap
1 mm (0.04 in)
Cooling
Water cooling, permanent circulation of coolant by
water pump
Idle speed
1,680 ± 50 rpm
Starting aid
Electric starter
22.2
Engine tightening torques
Oil nozzle
M5
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, gear sensor
M5
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
219
22 TECHNICAL DATA
Screw, ignition pulse generator
M5
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, retaining bracket
M5
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, retaining bracket, stator
cable
M5
Screw, stator
M5
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Cylinder head screw
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Nut, water pump impeller
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Oil nozzle
M6
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw plug, water pump drain hole
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, alternator cover
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, bearing retainer
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, camshaft bearing support
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, camshaft, decompression
shaft
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, chain securing guide
M6
Loctite®243™
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, clutch cover
220
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
TECHNICAL DATA 22
Screw, clutch spring
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, engine case
M6x35
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, engine case
M6x75
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, engine vent plate
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, freewheel gear retaining
bracket
M6
Screw, lock washer, engine
sprocket
M6
Screw, locking lever
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, oil filter cover
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, oil pump
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, retaining bracket
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, retaining bracket, clutch
cable pull
M6
Screw, retaining bracket, shaft seal
ring, clutch cover
M6
Screw, shift drum locating
M6
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
221
22 TECHNICAL DATA
Screw, starter motor
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, timing chain tensioner
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, timing chain tensioning rail
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, unlocking of timing chain
tensioner
M6
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Screw, valve cover
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, water pump cover
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Nut, exhaust flange
M8
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Nut, manifold on cylinder head
M8
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Screw plug
M8
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, balancer shaft gear
M8
40 Nm (29.5 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, return spring, quick shifter
M8
20 Nm (14.8 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Stud, exhaust flange
M8
22 Nm (16.2 lbf ft)
Screw, conrod bearing
M8x1
34 Nm (25.1 lbf ft)
Oil pressure sensor
M10
14 Nm (10.3 lbf ft)
Screw, camshaft drive sprocket
M10
36 Nm (26.6 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
222
TECHNICAL DATA 22
Screw, cylinder head
M10
1st stage
30 Nm (22.1 lbf ft)
2nd stage
60 Nm (44.3 lbf ft)
Thread is oiled, head flat is greased
Screw, rotor
M10
105 Nm (77.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Water temperature sensor
M10
14 Nm (10.3 lbf ft)
Screw plug, cam lever axis
M10x1
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Spark plug
M12
15 Nm (11.1 lbf ft)
Nut, inner clutch hub
M16LHx1.5
120 Nm (88.5 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Nut, primary gear/timing chain
sprocket
M16x1.5
120 Nm (88.5 lbf ft)
Oil screen screw plug, small
M17x1.5
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw plug, alternator cover
M18x1.5
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Oil drain plug
M24x1.5
15 Nm (11.1 lbf ft)
Screw plug, alternator cover
M24x1.5
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
223
22 TECHNICAL DATA
22.3
Capacities
22.3.1
Engine oil
Engine oil
22.3.2
Engine oil (SAE 15W/50)
( p. 240)
1.2 l (1.3 qt.)
Coolant (
13.5 l (3.57 US gal)
Super unleaded (ROZ 95/RON
95/PON 91) ( p. 241) (390 Duke
EU/JP/AR, AR/MY/PH/TH)
Coolant
Coolant
22.3.3
1.7 l (1.8 qt.)
p. 239)
Fuel
Total fuel tank capacity, approx.
Total fuel tank capacity, approx.
Gasohol 95 E20 (RON 95)
( p. 241) (390 Duke TH)
Total fuel tank capacity, approx.
Super unleaded, type C (ROZ
95/RON 95/PON 91) ( p. 242)
(390 Duke BR)
Fuel reserve, approx.
224
1.5 l (1.6 qt.)
TECHNICAL DATA 22
22.4
Chassis
Frame
Lattice frame of steel tubes, powder-coated
Fork
WP Suspension
Shock absorber
WP Suspension
Brake system
front
Disc brake with four-pot brake caliper
rear
Disc brake with single-pot brake caliper, floating
Suspension travel
front
142 mm (5.59 in)
rear
150 mm (5.91 in)
Brake discs - diameter
front
320 mm (12.6 in)
rear
230 mm (9.06 in)
Brake discs - wear limit
front
4.5 mm (0.177 in)
rear
3.6 mm (0.142 in)
Tire air pressure, solo
front
2.0 bar (29 psi)
rear
2.0 bar (29 psi)
Tire air pressure with passenger / full payload
front
2.0 bar (29 psi)
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rear
2.2 bar (32 psi)
Secondary ratio
15:45
Chain
5/8 x 1/4” (520) X‑ring
Steering head angle
65°
Wheelbase
1,357 ± 15.5 mm (53.43 ± 0.61 in)
Seat height, unloaded
830 mm (32.68 in)
Ground clearance, unloaded
175 mm (6.89 in)
Dry weight
149 kg (328 lb.)
Maximum permissible front axle load
127 kg (280 lb.)
Maximum permissible rear axle load
228 kg (503 lb.)
Maximum permissible overall weight
355 kg (783 lb.)
22.5
Electrical system
Battery
ETZ‑9‑BS
Battery voltage: 12 V
Nominal capacity: 8 Ah
Maintenance-free
Fuse
75011088010
10 A
Fuse
75011088015
15 A
Fuse
90111088025
25 A
Fuse
75011088030
30 A
Headlight
226
LED
TECHNICAL DATA 22
Parking light
LED
Instrument lights and indicator lamps
LED
Turn signal
LED
Brake/tail light
LED
License plate lamp
LED
22.6
Tires
Front tire
Rear tire
110/70 R 17 M/C 54H TL
Metzeler Sportec M5 Interact
150/60 R 17 M/C 66H TL
Metzeler Sportec M5 Interact
110/70 R 17 M/C 54H TL
Michelin Pilot Street Radial
150/60 R 17 M/C 66H TL
Michelin Pilot Street Radial
The tires specified represent one of the possible series production tires. Additional information is available in
the Service section under:
http://www.ktm.com
22.7
Fork
Fork article number
93301000033
Fork
WP Suspension
Fork length
744 mm (29.29 in)
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22 TECHNICAL DATA
Fork oil
22.8
450 ml (15.21 fl. oz.)
Fork oil (SAE 4) (48601166S1)
( p. 241)
Shock absorber
Shock absorber article number
93304010000
Shock absorber
WP Suspension
Spring preload
Standard
5 clicks
Static sag
14 mm (0.55 in)
Riding sag
47 mm (1.85 in)
Fitted length
304 mm (11.97 in)
22.9
Chassis tightening torques
Screw, chain guard
EJOT PT® K60x30
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Remaining screws, chassis
M4
4 Nm (3 lbf ft)
Remaining nuts, chassis
M5
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Remaining screws, chassis
M5
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Screw, chain guard
M5
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, compensating tank cap
lock, rear brake
228
M5
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
TECHNICAL DATA 22
Screw, fuel tank cover
M5
4 Nm (3 lbf ft)
Screw, outer clutch cable guide
M5
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, side stand switch
M5
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, tail light
M5
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Nut, foot brake lever adjustment
M6
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Remaining nuts, chassis
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Remaining screws, chassis
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, ABS hose clamp
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, ABS module
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, ABS module retaining
bracket on frame
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, air filter box
M6
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Screw, brake fluid reservoir of rear
brake
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Screw, brake hose clamp
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, cable holder, side stand
switch
M6
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Screw, chain sliding guard
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, combination instrument
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, compensating tank
M6
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Loctite®243™
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22 TECHNICAL DATA
Screw, damper block
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Screw, engine sprocket cover
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Screw, foot brake cylinder
M6
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, front fender
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, front seat fixing
M6
6 Nm (4.4 lbf ft)
Screw, front spoiler
M6x13
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Screw, front spoiler rear
M6x9
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Screw, fuel pump
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, fuel tank holder evaporation M6
valve
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Screw, fuel tank trim
M6
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
Screw, fuel tank trim
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, headlight
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Screw, ignition coil
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Screw, ignition lock (tamper-proof
screw)
M6
13 Nm (9.6 lbf ft)
Screw, license plate holder
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, lower rear panel
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, magnetic holder on side
stand
M6
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
230
Loctite®243™
TECHNICAL DATA 22
Screw, main silencer
M6
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, main silencer retaining
bracket
M6
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Screw, radiator holder
M6
10 Nm (7.4 lbf ft)
Screw, radiator shield
M6
7 Nm (5.2 lbf ft)
Screw, rear ABS sensor wheel
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, rear splash protector
M6
9 Nm (6.6 lbf ft)
Screw, rollover sensor
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, shift lever linkage
M6
11 Nm (8.1 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, wheel speed sensor holder
M6
8 Nm (5.9 lbf ft)
Nut, rear sprocket
M8
27 Nm (19.9 lbf ft)
Remaining nuts, chassis
M8
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
Remaining screws, chassis
M8
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
Screw, bottom triple clamp
M8
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, engine bearer
M8
22 Nm (16.2 lbf ft)
Screw, foot brake lever
M8
16 Nm (11.8 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, fork stub
M8
15 Nm (11.1 lbf ft)
Screw, front brake caliper
M8
30 Nm (22.1 lbf ft)
Loctite® 204™
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22 TECHNICAL DATA
Screw, front brake disc
M8
30 Nm (22.1 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, front seat fixing
M8
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
Screw, front wheel spindle
M8
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
Screw, fuel tank
M8
20 Nm (14.8 lbf ft)
Screw, grab handle
M8
22 Nm (16.2 lbf ft)
Screw, handlebar clamp
M8
20 Nm (14.8 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, horn
M8
12 Nm (8.9 lbf ft)
Screw, main silencer
M8
23 Nm (17 lbf ft)
Screw, passenger footrest bracket
M8
22 Nm (16.2 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, rear brake disc
M8
21 Nm (15.5 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, rear frame
M8
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, rear seat fixing
M8
18 Nm (13.3 lbf ft)
Screw, seat support plate
M8
18 Nm (13.3 lbf ft)
Screw, top triple clamp
M8
15 Nm (11.1 lbf ft)
Banjo bolt, brake line
M10
24 Nm (17.7 lbf ft)
Fitting side stand
M10
35 Nm (25.8 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Remaining nuts, chassis
232
M10
45 Nm (33.2 lbf ft)
TECHNICAL DATA 22
Remaining screws, chassis
M10
45 Nm (33.2 lbf ft)
Screw, engine bearer
M10
49 Nm (36.1 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Fitting, handlebar support
M10x1.25
21 Nm (15.5 lbf ft)
Fitting, shock absorber, bottom
M10x1.25
51 Nm (37.6 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Nut, mirror, left
M10x1.25
16 Nm (11.8 lbf ft)
Nut, mirror, right
M10LHx1.25
16 Nm (11.8 lbf ft)
Screw, combination instrument
bracket
M10x1.25
21 Nm (15.5 lbf ft)
Screw, front footrest bracket
M10x1.25
44 Nm (32.5 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, front footrest bracket /
engine bearer
M10x1.25
49 Nm (36.1 lbf ft)
Screw, side stand bracket
M10x1.25
25 Nm (18.4 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Screw, top shock absorber
M10x1.25
51 Nm (37.6 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
Stud, rear sprocket
M10x1.25
50 Nm (36.9 lbf ft)
Nut, rear wheel spindle
M14x1.5
98 Nm (72.3 lbf ft)
Nut, swingarm pivot
M14x1.5
98 Nm (72.3 lbf ft)
Screw, steering head, top
M16x1.5
49 Nm (36.1 lbf ft)
Loctite®243™
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22 TECHNICAL DATA
Lambda sensor
M18x1.5
19 Nm (14 lbf ft)
Swingarm bearing adjusting ring
M22x1
Tighten and ensure that there is no
play
Nut, steering head
M30x1
1st stage
45 Nm (33.2 lbf ft)
2nd stage (loosen, counterclockwise)
2 turns
3rd stage
5 Nm (3.7 lbf ft)
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DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY 23
23.1
Declarations of conformity
Info
The functional and equipment scope is model-dependent and may not include all wireless systems and
application areas referred to.
COBO SpA hereby declares that the BT‑ROUTER wireless system conforms with the relevant guidelines. The full text
of the Declaration of Conformity is available at the following Internet address.
Certification website: http://www.ktm.com/btrouter
JNS Instruments Ltd. hereby declares that the 210M1100 wireless system conforms with the relevant guidelines.
The full text of the Declaration of Conformity is available at the following Internet address.
Certification website: http://www.ktm.com/210m1100
KTM AG hereby declares that the Immo641 wireless system conforms with the relevant guidelines. The full text of
the Declaration of Conformity is available at the following Internet address.
Certification website: http://www.ktm.com/immo641
KTM AG hereby declares that the KTM RACE ON system wireless system conforms with the relevant guidelines. The
full text of the Declaration of Conformity is available at the following Internet address.
Certification website: http://www.ktm.com/ktm-race-on-system
KTM AG hereby declares that the LC8 DASHBOARD wireless system conforms with the relevant guidelines. The full
text of the Declaration of Conformity is available at the following Internet address.
Certification website: http://www.ktm.com/lc8-dashboard
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23 DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
Schrader Electronics Ltd hereby declares that the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System wireless system conforms with
the relevant guidelines. The full text of the Declaration of Conformity is available at the following Internet
address.
Certification website: http://www.ktm.com/tpms
210M1100
FCC ID: 2AKR7‑210M1100
IC: 22291‑210M1100
BT‑ROUTER
FCC ID: Z64‑2564N
IC: 451I‑2564N
Immo641
FCC ID: 2AKP9IMMO641
IC: 22273-IMMO641
KTM RACE ON system ‑ Active Key
FCC ID: VFZKLGKZADI01
IC: 22239-KLGKZADI01
KTM RACE ON system ‑ Main Unit
FCC ID: VFZKLGMZADI01
IC: 22239-KLGMZADI01
LC8 DASHBOARD
FCC ID: 2AKP9-LC8CLUSTER1
IC: 22273-LC8CLUSTER1
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System ‑ Receiver "MC34MA4"
FCC ID: MRXMC34MA4
IC: 2546A-MC34MA4
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DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY 23
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System ‑ Sensor "BC5A4"
FCC ID: MRXBC5A4
IC: 2546A-BC5A4
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System ‑ Sensor "RDC3"
FCC ID: MRXRDC3
IC: 2546A-RDC3
Declaration regarding modifications
Alterations and modifications not expressly approved by the relevant authority may result in the user being prohibited from operating the equipment.
Declaration regarding interference
This device fulfills Part 15 of the FCC regulations as well as the license-free RSS standards of the Canadian Government Department Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1
This device must not cause interference.
2
This device must be able to absorb any interference, including interference that potentially causes undesirable operation of the device.
Note on radio transmissions
This device corresponds to the FCC limit values for radiation exposure, which have been determined for a noncontrolled environment, and fulfills the FCC guidelines for the load from radio frequencies.
The transmitter must not be set up near to other antennas or transmitters or operated in conjunction with other
antennas or transmitters.
Note on digital devices of Class B according to the FCC regulations
This device has been tested and fulfills the limit values for digital devices of Class B according to the FCC regulations, Part B.
These limit values are designed so as to provide sufficient protection from harmful interference in residential
areas.
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23 DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
Devices of this type generate and use high frequencies and can also emit these. Therefore, if they are not
installed and operated in accordance with the instructions, they may cause harmful interference to radio
reception. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in certain cases of application.
Should this device cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, (check this by switching the device
on and off), you can potentially eliminate this interference as follows:
–
Re-align the receiving antenna.
–
Increase the separation between device and radio receiver.
–
Connect the device and the radio receiver to separate electric circuits.
–
Consult your dealer or a radio/TV technician.
CAN ICES‑3 (B) / NMB‑3 (B)
This digital device of Class B fulfills the regulations in accordance with the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Standard ICES‑003 / NMB‑003.
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SUBSTANCES 24
Brake fluid DOT 4 / DOT 5.1
Standard/classification
– DOT
Guideline
– Use only brake fluid that complies with the specified standard (see specifications on the container) and that
exhibits the corresponding properties.
Recommended supplier
Castrol
– REACT PERFORMANCE DOT 4
Motorex®
– Brake Fluid DOT 5.1
Coolant
Guideline
– Only use high-grade, silicate-free coolant with corrosion inhibitor additive for aluminum motors. Low grade
and unsuitable antifreeze causes corrosion, deposits and frothing.
–
Do not use pure water as only coolant is able to meet the requirements needed in terms of corrosion protection and lubrication properties.
–
Only use coolant that complies with the requirements stated (see specifications on the container) and that
has the relevant properties.
Antifreeze protection to at least
−25 °C (−13 °F)
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24 SUBSTANCES
The mixture ratio must be adjusted to the necessary antifreeze protection. Use distilled water if the coolant needs
to be diluted.
The use of premixed coolant is recommended.
Observe the coolant manufacturer specifications for antifreeze protection, dilution and miscibility (compatibility)
with other coolants.
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– COOLANT M3.0
Engine oil (SAE 15W/50)
Standard/classification
– JASO T903 MA2 (
–
SAE (
p. 245)
p. 245) (SAE 15W/50)
Guideline
– Use only engine oils that comply with the specified standards (see specifications on the container) and that
possess the corresponding properties.
Semi-synthetic engine oil
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Formula 4T
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SUBSTANCES 24
Fork oil (SAE 4) (48601166S1)
Standard/classification
– SAE ( p. 245) (SAE 4)
Guideline
– Use only oils that comply with the specified standards (see specifications on the container) and that exhibit
the corresponding properties.
Gasohol 95 E20 (RON 95)
Standard/classification
– Gasohol 95 E20 (RON 95)
Guideline
– Only use super unleaded fuel that matches or is equivalent to the specifications.
–
Super unleaded fuel with an ethanol content of 19 to 20% is permissible.
Info
Do not use fuel made of methanol (e. g. M15, M85, M100).
Do not use fuel with less than 19% ethanol (e. g. E10).
Do not use fuel with more than 20% ethanol (e. g. E30, E85, E100).
Super unleaded (ROZ 95/RON 95/PON 91)
Standard/classification
– DIN EN 228 (ROZ 95/RON 95/PON 91)
Guideline
– Only use unleaded super fuel that matches or is equivalent to the specified fuel grade.
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24 SUBSTANCES
–
Fuel with an ethanol content of up to 10 % (E10 fuel) is safe to use.
Info
Do not use fuel containing methanol (e. g. M15, M85, M100) or more than 10 % ethanol (e. g. E15,
E25, E85, E100).
Super unleaded, type C (ROZ 95/RON 95/PON 91)
Standard/classification
– ANP (Agência Nacional do Petróleo) #57 (ROZ 95/RON 95/PON 91)
Guideline
– Only use super unleaded fuel that matches or is equivalent to the following specifications.
–
Super unleaded fuel with an ethanol content of 19 to 27 % is permissible.
Info
Do not use fuel made of methanol (e. g. M15, M85, M100).
Do not use fuel with less than 19 % ethanol (e. g. E10).
Do not use fuel with more than 27 % ethanol (e. g. E30, E85, E100).
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AUXILIARY SUBSTANCES 25
Chain cleaner
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Chain Clean
Fuel additive
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Fuel Stabilizer
Long-life grease
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Bike Grease 2000
Motorcycle cleaner
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Moto Clean
Perfect Finish and high gloss polish for paints
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Moto Shine
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25 AUXILIARY SUBSTANCES
Preserving materials for paints, metal and rubber
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Moto Protect
Special cleaner for glossy and matte paint finishes, metal and plastic surfaces
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Quick Cleaner
Street chain spray
Guideline
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Chainlube Road Strong
Universal oil spray
Recommended supplier
Motorex®
– Joker 440 Synthetic
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STANDARDS 26
JASO T903 MA2
Different technical development directions required a separate specification for motorcycles – the JASO T903 MA2
standard.
Earlier, engine oils from the automobile industry were used for motorcycles because there was no separate motorcycle specification.
Whereas long service intervals are demanded for automobile engines, the focus for motorcycle engines is on high
performance at high engine speeds.
In most motorcycle engines, the transmission and clutch are lubricated with the same oil.
The JASO T903 MA2 standard meets these special requirements.
SAE
The SAE viscosity classes were defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers and are used for classifying oils
according to their viscosity. The viscosity describes only one property of oil and says nothing about quality.
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27 INDEX OF SPECIAL TERMS
ABS
ABS
Safety system that prevents locking of the wheels
when driving straight ahead without the influence of
lateral forces
DRL
Daytime Running Light
Light, which enhances the visibility of the vehicle during the day but is not focused, and in contrast to low
beam does not illuminate the road surface
-
KTM MY RIDE
System for wireless communication with appropriate
cellphones and headsets for telephony and audio
OBD
On-board diagnosis
Vehicle system, which monitors the specified parameters of the vehicle electronics
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 28
Art. no.
Article number
ca.
circa
cf.
compare
e.g.
for example
etc.
et cetera
i.a.
inter alia
no.
number
poss.
possibly
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29 LIST OF SYMBOLS
29.1
Red symbols
Red symbols indicate an error condition that requires immediate intervention.
The oil pressure warning lamp lights up red – The oil pressure is too low. Stop immediately,
taking care not to endanger yourself or other road users in the process, and switch off the
engine.
29.2
Yellow and orange symbols
Yellow and orange symbols indicate an error condition that requires prompt intervention. Active driving aids are
also represented by yellow or orange symbols.
Malfunction indicator lamp lights up yellow – The OBD has detected an error in the vehicle
electronics. Come safely to a halt, and contact an authorized KTM workshop.
ABS indicator lamp lights up yellow – Status or error messages relating to ABS. The ABS indicator lamp flashes if the ABS mode Super Moto is enabled.
The general warning lamp lights up yellow – An operating safety/warning message was
detected. This is shown in addition.
29.3
Green and blue symbols
Green and blue symbols reflect information.
The turn signal indicator lamp flashes green simultaneously with the turn signal – The turn
signal is switched on.
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LIST OF SYMBOLS 29
The idle indicator lamp lights up green – The transmission is in idle.
The high beam indicator lamp lights up blue – The high beam is switched on.
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INDEX
INDEX
A
ABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
ABS fuses
changing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
ACC1
front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Brake fluid
front brake, adding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
rear brake, adding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Brake fluid level
front brake, checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
rear brake, checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
ACC2
front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Brake linings
front brake, checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
rear brake, checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Antifreeze
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
C
Antilock brake system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Apply the brakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Auxiliary substances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
B
Battery
installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170
recharging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
Brake discs
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
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Capacity
coolant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
engine oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224
fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104-105, 224
Chain
chain dirt accumulation, checking . . . . . . . 122
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Chain tension
adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Chassis number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
INDEX
Clutch lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
basic position, adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Clutch lever play
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198
Combination instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
activation and test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
coolant temperature indicator . . . . . . . . .
day-night mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extra Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Favourites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Favourites display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
fuel level display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel Cons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
indicator lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KTM MY RIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Motorcycle . . . . . . . . .
ODO display . . . . . . . .
overview . . . . . . . . . .
Pairing . . . . . . . . . . .
Preferences . . . . . . . .
Quick Selector 1 . . . . .
Quick Selector 1 display
Quick Selector 2 . . . . .
Quick Selector 2 display
Service . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings . . . . . . . . . . .
shift warning light . . . .
speed . . . . . . . . . . . .
telephony . . . . . . . . .
Temperature . . . . . . . .
time . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trip 1 . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trip 2 . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warning . . . . . . . . . . .
warning notes . . . . . .
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Combination switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Coolant
changing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194
draining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
251
INDEX
Coolant level
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185, 188
Cooling system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183
filling/bleeding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191
Customer service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
D
Declarations of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235-238
Diagnostics connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
E
Electric starter button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Emergency OFF switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Engine
running in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Engine number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Engine oil
adding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
changing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
Engine oil level
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
Engine sprocket
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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F
Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Filler cap
closing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
opening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Filling up
fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Foot brake lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
free travel, adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
free travel, checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Fork legs
dust boots, cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Front rider's seat
mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Front spoiler
installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Front wheel
installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154
removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Fuse
individual power consumers, changing . . . . . 177
INDEX
G
M
Grab handles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Misuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
H
Motorcycle
cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lifting with front lifting gear . . . . . . .
raising with the rear lifting gear . . . .
removing the rear from the lifting gear
taking off front lifting gear . . . . . . . .
Hand brake lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
basic position, adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Headlight
daytime running light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
range, adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Headlight setting
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
Horn button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
I
Ignition lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Implied warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Indicator lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
K
Key number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
L
Light switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Loading the vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Luggage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
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Oil filter
changing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
Oil screens
cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
Operating substances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Owner's Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
P
Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Passenger foot pegs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Passenger seat
mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Play in the clutch lever
adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
253
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Preparing for use
advice on preparing for first use . . .
after storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
checks and maintenance measures
preparing for use . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shifting
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when
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Protective clothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
R
Rear hub rubber dampers
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Rear sprocket
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
Rear wheel
installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
removing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Riding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
starting off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
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Safe operation .
Seat lock . . . .
Service . . . . . .
Service schedule
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Shift lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111
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Shock absorber
spring preload, adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Side stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Steering
locking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
unlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Steering lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Stopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212
Switch
on the left side of the handlebar . . . . . . . . . . 28
on the right side of the handlebar . . . . . . . . . 31
T
Technical data
capacities . . . . . . . . . . .
chassis . . . . . . . . . . . . .
chassis tightening torques
electrical system . . . . . .
engine . . . . . . . . . . . . .
engine tightening torques
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fork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
shock absorber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228
tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227
W
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Throttle grip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Winter operation
checks and maintenance steps . . . . . . . . . . 210
Time
adjusting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Work rules
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Tire air pressure
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
Tire condition
checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
Tool set . . . . . .
Transport . . . . .
Troubleshooting .
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Use definition
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V
View of vehicle
front left . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
rear right . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
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*3213565en*
3213565en
05/2018
KTM Sportmotorcycle GmbH
5230 Mattighofen/Austria
http://www.ktm.com
Photo: Mitterbauer/KTM
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