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January 12th, 2018, 02:16 PM   #11
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I've got an update for this very old thread...

For those that don't know me, I'm the one that pioneered the CB1000 starter on the Older Husabergs (2001-2005). The CB starter has served my bored and stroked 2004 FE750 adequately through the years, but I wanted something that works even better in the cold. Well here it is... KTM part number 75040001000. This starter is off a late model 690/701. Though it's sizeably smaller and lighter, it's actually a newer design and is double wound, essentially making it 2 starters in one housing. If you're using a CB starter now, all you'll need to adapt it is 2 spacers for the mounting bolts, both 12mm long, and of course longer bolts to go with them. This starter setup does what you'd expect; spins the engine over twice as fast. Lithium Ion battery is always recommended... good luck!


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I've got an update for this very old thread...

For those that don't know me, I'm the one that pioneered the CB1000 starter on the Older Husabergs (2001-2005). The CB starter has served my bored and stroked 2004 FE750 adequately through the years, but I wanted something that works even better in the cold. Well here it is... KTM part number 75040001000. This starter is off a late model 690/701. Though it's sizeably smaller and lighter, it's actually a newer design and is double wound, essentially making it 2 starters in one housing. If you're using a CB starter now, all you'll need to adapt it is 2 spacers for the mounting bolts, both 12mm long, and of course longer bolts to go with them. This starter setup does what you'd expect; spins the engine over twice as fast. Lithium Ion battery is always recommended... good luck!


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Excellent information. Thank you very much.
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January 13th, 2018, 06:21 AM   #13
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Excellent info. Does anyone know if this transfers to other bikes from the KTM family tree
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