New KTM 950 Super Enduro Erzberg Edition’s Have Arrived

Posted: March 2, 2010 in Motorcycle

KTM 950 Super Enduro Erzberg w/17" Super Moto wheel setup

Petrie Motorsports just recently received a couple of KTM 950 Super Enduro Erzberg Limited Edition bikes.  This is the king of the monster dual-sport bikes and past winner of the Erzberg prolouge race up the zig-zagging mountain mining roads in Austria. 

What makes it a Limited Edition you ask?  From the factory KTM adds in a carbon fiber ignition cover, black billet clutch cover, orange clutch resevoir cover, special graphics kit and roost hand guards.  These goodies make a pretty nice bike but since one of these is going to be my new demo bike we had to add a few more goodies:

* KTM/Acerbis Pro-Bend hand guards with larger shields that provide protection for your hands and your levers.

* Handle bar cross-bar to use as a gps mount and the KTM anti-vibe, locking  gps mount for the Garmin Zumo 550. 

* CJ Desings enduro foot peg extensions, black anodized.

* CJ Designs rear rack.  CNC’d from 1/4″ thick, heavy duty aluminum and anodized black.

* KTM roll sack.  Waterproof , dustproof rack bag for carrying your gear on the rear rack.

* Folding mirrors that are ajustable for length.  These work great for taller riders to see past the shoulders and they fold in for trail riding so they don’t get damaged. 

* Rox 2″ pivoting bar risers, anodized black (or orange) by Petrie Motorsports to match your KTM.

* CJ Designs clear clutch cover assembly.  A little bit of functional bling, provides room for a Rekluse auto clutch if you choose to go that route and you can watch the operation of your clutch and see your oil condition.

* KTM tank bag will go on before the bike is put into service.

* Might add heated grips just to make life that much better and a 12 volt outlet to run a heated vest (now that’s getting pretty wimpy but after last fall’s ride in 4 days of rain and 45 degrees I might be ready).

* The bike comes with 18″/21″ wheels with good dual sport tires but of course once Craig from CJ Designs heard I had the bike here he had to come over and “test fit” his 17″ super moto wheel setup.  So the picture shown is with CJ Designs 17″ wheel kit that is made up of 17″ Super Duke Marchesini mag wheels, rear cush drive and all the hardware, front custom hub spacer/rotor mount and a front axle bushing kit.  Since I’ll be breaking in the bike on the street he just left those wheels on for now (normally Craig runs this setup on his KTM Adventure for street running).

I’m sure we’ll dream up some other “necessary” items but this is a good start and I’m just waiting for a break in the weather to get out and ride.  I was considering putting the ice tires on this bike but it’s nearing the end of that season and I was afraid the big 950 would shread my ice tires!  Maybe next winter.

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Comments
  1. Craig says:

    Great looking bike. Can’t wait to get a few demo miles on it.

  2. Wolfs says:

    Awesome conversion! What are the tire dimensions used for front and rear. And what is the recommended drive ratio 17:41, 16:42…? I’d like to convert my 950 SE in a similar way.

    • wpetrie says:

      The wheels and tires are from the Super Duke so 120/70-17 and 180/55-17 were the size we ran. I don’t remember the sprocket sizes we ran but I think it was 16-38 (might have been a 41 in the rear?).

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