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    Exclamation SMC - RR [ Streetracer ]

    - Howdy junkies
    Its time for a new project, a while since I did the Berg.
    This time it will all be about the performance ,
    not about the looks. In other words a race bike.
    The plan is simply to reduce as much weight as possible,
    at the same time gain as much hp my wallet allows ! [ hoping for 80 HP on the wheel ]
    Short about he bike : 2010 KTM SMC [ 2800 miles ] - Mostly stock apart some few details.



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    Mods before I bought the bike :

    - Akra can
    - Akra map
    - High flow foam filter
    - Evo1 filter housing
    - Pirelli xt60 tires
    - Erognomic Gel seat
    - Smaller indicators
    - Sliders


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    So lets go to the plan overview :

    - Weight reduction [ limit : 115-120kg ]

    - Power : approx. 80hp @ rear wheel

    - Frauenschuh-tuning Big bore kit [ 700+ cc ]


    - G2 throttle

    - Carbonfiber Body parts

    - Alpina Matrix wheels

    - Öhlins RFX fork

    - CNC tripple clamp

    - K&N Air filter

    - Vortex ECU

    - CRF Dual complete Akra exhaust

    - Fuel reduction

    - Lens headlight

    - New crank

    - R cam

    - White frame

    - Brembo Master cylinder & levers

    - Beringer/Brembo calipers & disc

    - Goldspeed moto tires

    - Spocket [ 15/44 ]

    - Lighter chain

    - K&N Air filter

    - Akrapovic header

    - Ballistic Lithium Battery

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    = PICTURES =


    How it looked like when picked up :






    The Diet has begun!



























































    How much weight [ kg ] removed first day incl. stock exhaust . [ everything under the SAS unit is not included in this weight total ]

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    Hello Ghost, loved your old SMC, i will follow this project !

    Waiting for the next episode !

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    Thank you
    Many parts are up for sale, dont hesitate contacting me about that!!
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    I was writing that particular image problems. When not shown .....
    Sounds interesting from the project
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    - K&N filter ordered as well as the new Ballistic Lithium battery [ 700g ]

    Did some wiring cleanup .


    Alot of space that needs to be properly used


    Haha hell no! ordering a small led light


    zip ties love


    Stock header is only temporary [ akra header will get suited up later on ]






    thats for now.
    Waiting to sell rest of the stuff , will be up for sale on ebay.
    When i get the battery and air filter i will hopefully remap it as well .

    Oh and one more thing , does anyone know what this plug is for, found it unplugged ?

    It would be nice if someone had the wiring form.

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    Hey Ghost I just came across ur thread...I loved the last pic bc I had the same question yesterday when we me and mech were trying to figure out what was wrong with my bike and I kept looking at him for this loose plug. I feel a lot better now knowing that he was saying the truth and that it has no apparent function unless someone can inform us otherwise.

    Great build...keep pics coming!

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    Thanks man

    Got this in the mail today!


    almost size of my credit card




    Home made [ there will be hole for the oil vent ] :




    As soon as i get the air filter i will be remapping the horse
    I am still picking up some new things on how to do the mapping.
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    Will be very interested in this one. Be interested to know how that battery gets on too. I don't recognise those tyres, could you let me know what they are?

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    They are Pirelli MT60
    And are for sale along with the wheels

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    Mostly waiting for new parts during the days

    Did the wire mod :


    checked the original f


    not good


    extra filter


    how many zip ties do you see here


    how she stands now


    cleaned wheels for sale




    Have some problems with ordering Matrix wheels without that god damn CUSH billet!
    I am trying to figure out something .
    Will also write a tutorial on how to Map evo1 map with disabling o2 & sas

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    So far so good. Maybe you could tell me. I got my 690 motor going in to a different frame and can't work out what the hole under the inlet is for. Looks like some kind of mount/head steady but I've never seen it used. I put a thread on the KTM page here but none the wiser. Any idea?

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    11kg not bad, thats a heavy pig for sure.

    Replacement light weight parts and theoretically it's approx 7-8kg reduction from sprung weight. Now get another 2-5kg from unsprung weight, and it's starting to resemble a supermoto bike.



    Good stuff here, definitely worth a watch and subscribe.

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    Thanks guys
    New dual akra exhaust will also be some lighter.
    And i also got brand new Alpinas Matrix in production. Thats some - weight.
    Im also going to cut away large areas of the fuel tank witch is some - weight aswell.
    All the Screws on the bike are being replaced with titanium screws.
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    looking good, like to see how your gonna squeeze 80 hp out of that without it being a time bomb ..... i'll be watching.

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    the answer is supposed to be in this picture
    + some other mods .


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    725ccm kit?
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    wow, very nice!!!

    love those tires! what are they?

    where are you located? sorry if i missed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by szymon View Post
    725ccm kit?
    If it is BIGbore kit??
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    Ti bolts everywhere?

    From exactly where are you getting them? As I kinda was in the same situation and calculated quickly from pro bolt.com what some Ti fasteners would cost. Only 20 M8 bolts would been almost $200 and rear sprocket bolts n nuts $50-60....

    I bought approx 80 stainless steel bolts from one of the better hardware stores around here and it was only $80. So those Ti bolts would have costed close to $1000 or more for what, maybe 2-3lbs less lol.

    Even stainless bolts from pro bolt would have been close to $500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by szymon View Post
    725ccm kit?
    790cc
    Quote Originally Posted by RacerAV View Post
    wow, very nice!!!

    love those tires! what are they?

    where are you located? sorry if i missed that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maKe View Post
    Ti bolts everywhere?

    From exactly where are you getting them? As I kinda was in the same situation and calculated quickly from pro bolt.com what some Ti fasteners would cost. Only 20 M8 bolts would been almost $200 and rear sprocket bolts n nuts $50-60....

    I bought approx 80 stainless steel bolts from one of the better hardware stores around here and it was only $80. So those Ti bolts would have costed close to $1000 or more for what, maybe 2-3lbs less lol.

    Even stainless bolts from pro bolt would have been close to $500.
    was a local shop , but like you said they where to expensive , so found this package instead
    http://www.carpimoto.com/EN/Bolts/Bo...77-pieces-.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostrider1 View Post
    790cc
    Wow
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    ^+1...

    Cats outa the bag now........

    That thing must have a piston like a coffee can



    The big cans I mean.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostrider1 View Post
    the answer is supposed to be in this picture
    + some other mods .

    Damn going all out :clap

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    dont even bother asking about the price... I dont like to see it in numbers!

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    Default Dam!!

    Bore and stroke!!!.
    Thats gonna be one big knocker....... EFI?

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    I'm saying this now ...

    I CALL DIBS WHEN YOU SELL IT!

    lol

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    790 single...how high that can be revved? What cam you gonna use?

    That piston is gonna suck in so much more air that a nice head and cam is required. What comp ratio and valve sizes you plan to use?

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    Default bigbore

    Probably go high comp, would be alot better to keep it a low comp, wouldn't be so hard at the bottom and the crank and bearings would last awhile, not that theres anything wrong with something that only lasts 15hrs before the crank bearings need to be done.
    The TM 660 SMR changes bearings that often and there 660cc.

    790 single...how high that can be revved? What cam you gonna use?

    I would amagine it wouldn't go any more than 7,000-8,000, a piston that size would have real differculty going any faster.
    Definetly a serious cam and head job on it, not many I've seen that have that number 80hp!!!.
    Not too put off the build...go for it man......sweet ride...
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    Please stay patient guys, Its still to early stage to answer some questions.
    I am only at stage 1 that mens calculating, planning , getting most down on paper.
    From this point i can tell that 80hp on the wheel is great a mouth of power that will require more mods.
    Reminder, LC4 IS a strong engine , but its still only single cylinder. And i will try to get as much power as possible while
    keep the maintenance as current as possible. But as mentioned, low comp will probably be better for the maintenance.
    I can also say that there will be cam included in the kit, and R crank

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    Whats the stroke gonna be with that kit? If it would be me I would try to keep piston speed as low as possible and rev the sh*t out of it.

    Maybe just slight overbore, but longer rod and shorter piston would be my choice. Too much is too much and massive torque eats up bearings more quickly. But torque is fun also.

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    Spoke with Josef at Fraunenschuh tuning. He said the 105cm piston with a 78cm stroke on the 625 will net 675cc and with the 80cm stroke of the 690 (653cc) will net 690cc.
    Of course a new stroker crank would get one over 700cc potentially.
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    Yea i was checking that out last night, graph shows 82.5ps
    Thats sounds about right JS

    Some pic updates
    plug, tail light, sas filters, start button


    Finally! after two wheeks from uk


    quick checking the bearings , they seem to be fine


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    All parts have arrived , time to putting things back together.
    Unfortunately i have the flu and have to wait little bit. But did some simple work today
    I think I will map the bike this friday!

    Enjoy







    Absolutely NO space for anything here! -.-


    Thats why this thing goes in the front






    Thanks to david for this!!



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    A friendly advice. Don't run a breather setup like that, unless you like oil spitting from the filter messing up everything.

    You get hot oil vapor/mist from the breather and it starts to slowly condensate and gets collected on the filter pleats. Eventually you get oil pushed through. Either run it back into airbox, or make a catch can with filter mesh inside to stop the oil mist getting through the filter.

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    its been done before
    I dont see it as problematic .
    But than again if it does start to be messy i will redo it.
    Only thing i wish i had smaller filter and that i ran it more backwards so it isnt that vertical .
    But than again thank you for the advice

    Does anyone know part number on this filter ?
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    I ran my breather like that for 10k miles..... Not one single issue or any remote sign of oil....
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    2010 ktm 690 smc, white, one off custom tail tidy, k&n pod filter, sc-project zorst, bicolour wheels and 15t up front and custom graffix by http://www.gfx-designs.co.uk/
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    12 miles - 21 minutes? Did you tell google maps you were on motards?

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    superb!!good to hear david

    also found that smaller filter :
    UNI filter UP 102

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    I run with this on my RFS, putting warm oil rich air in to the air box is just wrong. The factories just do it as a cop out for emmisions forced on them. I do get about 10 miles clean then the filter gradually saturates and starts to spit, I just take it off and soak it in solvent every now and again. I appreciate the 690 has another breather on the rocker cover and won't breathe so heavy but when I do my 690 engine I will be making up a nice ally catch tank, an excuse for another piece of ally welding bling.

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    So been struggling with getting those damn mapping cables to work , but still no luck :(

    Anyways got the plates today so had to take it for a spin .
    Finished up some things today . And GOD DAMN IT PULLS!! Even on Standard Mode.
    I have unplugged all the sas system, and i hope there is akra map on it .

    some pics.

    This is only temporary solution :p


    extra fuel filter



    air sensor



    Nice way to keep it in place


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    *Drooling.......*
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    Default 690

    Do you think your hp numbers are still withinn reach. Nice ride man!......... Looking at the bike with out knocking the build, I think 72-75 is a very respectable number as it is............but mind you I don't think 80hp is a bad thing

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    Damn, maybe I've just been around turbo'd cars too much. My car pushes tonnes of oil through the filter when I'm on boost heavily. The filter and catch can stays clean for few weeks, then it slowly starts pushing oil through and after that it's a mess if you don't clean it. Catch can has like few drips of oil because there ain't no mesh inside to trap hot oil vapor getting to the filter. My own mistake for fabbing a can without the mesh part.

    Even the Berg puts a slight oil puddle in the airbox after few hundred miles. Only when it's ran on high rpm.

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    My Berg used to spit oil like a whale . And so does my friends Husky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldie 30 View Post
    Do you think your hp numbers are still withinn reach. Nice ride man!......... Looking at the bike with out knocking the build, I think 72-75 is a very respectable number as it is............but mind you I don't think 80hp is a bad thing
    ..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldie 30 View Post
    Do you think your hp numbers are still withinn reach. Nice ride man!......... Looking at the bike with out knocking the build, I think 72-75 is a very respectable number as it is............but mind you I don't think 80hp is a bad thing
    ow sorry mate forgot to reply

    the kit isnt installed yet, but right now maybe around 60ish on wheel since it comes with 55 stock. But there is no problem at all getting 80 + with that kit from Josef

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    I call 65 rwhp
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    Quote Originally Posted by gp637 View Post
    12 miles - 21 minutes? Did you tell google maps you were on motards?

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    somewhere around there yea
    I call 63.49

    had it out for spin yesterday , goes pretty well.

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    Errrr, wheres your headlight?

    I like the idea of race front number plate, but you still need a working headlight here to be street legal and not get anal f***d from popos.

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