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post #581 of 706 Old 12-31-2018, 02:38 PM
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Can't seem to do anything on fourm

So how long does it take till I can actually post something? I'd like some feedback on mounting passenger pegs in a place besides the original spot as thats now holding my exhaust.. seems like this is the only place I can post.







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Hi Kristin,

Welcome to the forum and hope you get out of this motorcycle forum what you are looking for.
No need to say anything unless of course you need some help/advise, bike related.

As for the social media part that seems to be increasing here you can either use the region part of this forum:

or the facebook page of the forum:


Of course, you can also use private messages to each member as well.

Have a great time on the forum and the Duke (my 390 is also from 2015).
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Needs about 15 posts I think. You can reply to this thread a few times to help.

Passenger pegs, aftermarket or?

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So how long does it take till I can actually post something? I'd like some feedback on mounting passenger pegs in a place besides the original spot as thats now holding my exhaust.. seems like this is the only place I can post.


12 to 15 posts. I suggest you spam a bit to get your post count up.
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Thanks.
I check if Acf50 is available here.
Try to find something that protects well but minimise cleaning in spring.
Aluminium parts are normally the worst affected from salt here, my sons
Aprilia SX50 did not look good after last winter, white oxidation all over.
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I've spended quite some time looking for a cannister of acf50 in the netherlands to no avail. I did find something quite similar (and cheaper) which is Muc-Off MO-94. I don't know if it can hold the same prestige as ACF50 but so far so good.
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post #585 of 706 Old 01-09-2019, 03:35 PM
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Thanks.
I check if Acf50 is available here.
Try to find something that protects well but minimise cleaning in spring.
Aluminium parts are normally the worst affected from salt here, my sons
Aprilia SX50 did not look good after last winter, white oxidation all over.
///TRS
I would check what marine products are available in your country. Anything that can protect aluminum on an ocean boat should work perfect for you.
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post #586 of 706 Old 01-09-2019, 09:36 PM
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Hello all!

I've been browsing this forum for awhile but never registered bc I didn't have much to say! I have a '15 390 Duke and LOVE it! Traded a Hypermotard in for it as it was just way too tall for my 5'4 stature haha. Any other KTM Duke riders in Los Angeles (and surrounding suburbs) feel free to reach out bc I'd love to set up a ride!
I'm way up by Tahoe, but I'd be happy to show you some fantastic rides here if you ever make it up this far north (you know, later when it gets warm here). I ride that kind of distance all the time on my Beemer, but it would be a pretty long haul on the little Duke.
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post #587 of 706 Old 01-10-2019, 01:54 PM
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Marine products was a good idea, thanks. Know some guys with boats in a harbour nearby.
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post #588 of 706 Old 01-28-2019, 09:59 AM
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Good Morning,

Learning now that I will need to post about 15 times to begin sharing everything I have done to the bike and begin contributing the form. I have done a lot to the bike
for crazy cheap and still looks great. Maybe I will just share my "What did you do to your 390 today" on this thread."

But I will be honest I do enjoy this forum so far everyone is very knowledgeable.
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A year-long lurker, just now registered.

I am a 16 year old kid from Finland and ride a Duke 125 in the summers. It's a 2012 one with 44 kkm on the clock, but still kicking for the most part. I've only been riding for under a year, as I just got my A1 license this summer, but I've been cars and especially bikes for a lot longer.
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A year-long lurker, just now registered.

I am a 16 year old kid from Finland and ride a Duke 125 in the summers. It's a 2012 one with 44 kkm on the clock, but still kicking for the most part. I've only been riding for under a year, as I just got my A1 license this summer, but I've been cars and especially bikes for a lot longer.
Hi Matto,
Welcome to the forum from the Lao PDR.
Good choice to get off with the 125 for starters.
Have fun and ride safe.
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