Air Filter Box Change

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Guy
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Air Filter Box Change

Post by Guy » Wed Dec 25, 2013 9:46 pm

As you know, air filter cleaning in the 950SE is a awful operation. It involves a lot of labor and time.
So I’ve the idea to improve the process (no more tank off!) as the photos describe:

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Wilso
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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Wilso » Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:09 pm

Now that is a pretty tidy set up that, nice job!

What filters are they?

I'm using the Rottweiler setup with filter skins which can be swapped out easy enough with the tank on.

Welcome as well ;)

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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Guy » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:06 am

Thank you for your kind replay.
Regarding the filters, they were made by a craftsman in a workshop. They were not very expensive: 20€ unit.
Now I'm doing sponge covers to dress them wet (oil).

I decided to keep the air filter box for the snorkeling feature (protect from water). I don't know if the Rottweiler setup keep the box...
Nevertheless, it's a working cheap project and gave me lots of fun.
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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Beasto » Sat Apr 09, 2016 7:35 am

Hi Gents

I've changed my airbox to a Rottweiler System, but I'm having a small issue getting the carbs right.

There's a lot to say about this topic on Adventure Rider, but it's frustrating to read about conversions to the 950 Adventure and not the 950 Super Enduro.

Does anyone here have the same setup, could you please mention your settings.

I bought the FPR Kit but have changed the 45 pilots back to the 42's. On idle the bike is running to rich. I have a feeling that the Air Idle Screw needs to be changed. I thing the KTM Standard is size 80, but I read somewhere that I should change this to a 90?

Any ideas, and where do I get these air adjustment screws from?

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Wilso » Sun Apr 10, 2016 8:57 pm

Have the Rottweiler system on mine, changed all the settings for the jets and needle position. Will see if I can find what I ended up with. Also get the titanium needles might as well change them whilst your in there.

For a kit of jets the cpr Rottweiler is good you then have lots of jets to play with, once done get it on a dyno.

If in uk
http://www.zenoverland.com/ktm_950-adve ... -950s.html

If in USA
http://www.rottweilerperformance.com/fa ... -lc8-950s/

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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Bat304x » Thu Nov 24, 2016 9:09 am

Hi Wilso,

Did u ever manage to work out what jets were fitted ?

Regards

Bat304x

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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Wilso » Thu Nov 24, 2016 11:15 am

WAHOOO found it!

Needles to clip 1 (race titanium needles if that matters)
Front main jet 160
Rear main jet 170
Idle air jets to 65 ( I need to double check this but sounds right)
Low speed jets to 45
Both pilots 2 1/4 turns out

This was an air / fuel dyno as the tyres dont allow rolling road, but hard all the way through, SAS removed, CPR and FULL 2-1 side mount low slung exhaust, Mean sea altitude. If you want to go Road / Track you could go lower on the main but bike will run HOT, not for off road, more grunt (terrible MPG) go richer.

HTH

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Re: Air Filter Box Change

Post by Alon » Sat Nov 26, 2016 2:53 pm

I've got a Rottweiler on my SE (no filter skin and using Maxima spray filter oil to be specific) and I have Wings mufflers with the db inserts installed. I. Running the stock fuel pump with the Dr Bean update - otherwise stock engine and 16/45 gearing.

My carb settings are as follows and the bike runs flawlessly:
170 front and 175 rear mains
Stock 42 pilots front and back
Air jets: 40/90/50
Front and rear bowl heights set to 2.3mm when the carbs are upside down (not on their side)
Needle clips set at third clip from the blunt end (stock setting - I tried the 2nd clip and didn't like it, I had the idle hanging up when lifting off throttle)
Flexjets installed to adjust idle mixture (couldn't get it right until I installed those) - you need to play with these and adjust them individually until both carbs run nice and smoothly - If possible, use an exhaust temp gauge to check for even exhaust temps at idle (hotter means leaner mixture)

The bike runs strong, fuel consumption is good (6 litres per 100km and goes to 7 litres when riding really hard), it idles perfectly and doesn't stink like fuel burning in a garbage can.

Let me know if you need anything else.
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