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post #1 of 8 Old 06-17-2019, 10:27 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys,

I got my 390 a couple of months ago as a second, toy, bike. But, man, I'm seriously loving this little KTM. I even got my wife to ride it for the first time, this past weekend. It is the perfect size for her. Anyway, here is what I've done to it, so far.


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Vagabond Motorsports fender eliminator




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KTM PowerParts valve stem caps

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post #2 of 8 Old 06-17-2019, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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Just added KTM PowerParts front brake reservoir cover.



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looking good! this thread just made me decide to buy some valve stem caps!

Thanks.

How do you like the seat cover?
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How do you like the seat cover?
Hey, thank you!

I like the cover a lot. You have to assemble it yourself, and I didn't get any instructions with mine, but once you get it all together it fits pretty nicely. I was a little concern there might be a butt pinch point where it meets the seat. However, so far, it has not been an issue. I'm waiting to put the include decals on it, as I have a graphics kit for the bike that I wanna get on first so I can see what will match best.

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Hey, thank you!

I like the cover a lot. You have to assemble it yourself, and I didn't get any instructions with mine, but once you get it all together it fits pretty nicely. I was a little concern there might be a butt pinch point where it meets the seat. However, so far, it has not been an issue. I'm waiting to put the include decals on it, as I have a graphics kit for the bike that I wanna get on first so I can see what will match best.
Love it - thanks for the info!
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Nice bike/pics


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Hey, thank you!

I like the cover a lot. You have to assemble it yourself, and I didn't get any instructions with mine, but once you get it all together it fits pretty nicely. I was a little concern there might be a butt pinch point where it meets the seat. However, so far, it has not been an issue. I'm waiting to put the include decals on it, as I have a graphics kit for the bike that I wanna get on first so I can see what will match best.
I found a manual online for it, but it's not complicated to work out without it.

https://s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.co...__awsg__v1.pdf

I've got one to fit, but I'm wanting to get it painted before I put it on.

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I found a manual online for it, but it's not complicated to work out without it.

https://s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.co...__awsg__v1.pdf

I've got one to fit, but I'm wanting to get it painted before I put it on.

Thanks. Yeah, I was able to figure it out. But, if they're gonna make us assemble parts ourselves, to the point of having to drill holes even, then they should include instructions.
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The seat cover looks good

I think that the exhaust looks better if you remove the heat shield

At least until l can afford to fit the Akrapovic
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