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Old 09-23-2014, 04:51 AM
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Where are you located? I might have an N3EG - maybe. If not any KTM dealer can order them in for you on request.

I'm in FNQ. Always hot and humid up here.
Thanks for the offer.
I'm on the other side of the gulf and thought there was a specific kit you had to buy for the carb. I will be getting a bike mechanic to check the bike out and I'm sure he will have one if its just a single jet.

Do you have a fan on your bike for the heat or fill the radiator up with XXXX ?


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Old 09-23-2014, 07:03 AM
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Its just an OEM needle (ktm or yamaha - either should be able to look it up - ktm will be cheaper). The pilots and mains are OEM Keihin, same as any other bike.

I owned a 2010 for over 300hrs and only had it spitt a little coolant while free riding. 1st gear for extended periods with very little airflow. Not boiling over or cooking. The water jackets and volume of the Gasser radiators provide pretty decent cooling. Same can be said for my 2013 model. I also run quite lean jetting. I doubt you'll need a fan.

XXXX for the rads, Bundy for the rider!
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Old 09-26-2014, 06:29 AM
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Its just an OEM needle (ktm or yamaha - either should be able to look it up - ktm will be cheaper). The pilots and mains are OEM Keihin, same as any other bike.

I owned a 2010 for over 300hrs and only had it spitt a little coolant while free riding. 1st gear for extended periods with very little airflow. Not boiling over or cooking. The water jackets and volume of the Gasser radiators provide pretty decent cooling. Same can be said for my 2013 model. I also run quite lean jetting. I doubt you'll need a fan.

XXXX for the rads, Bundy for the rider!
See thats how crap your beer is, you put it in the radiator, not your mouths!
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At least its good for something.. unlike VB
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Hello to all! i'm new on this forum and i have a gas gas 2017 ec 300 and i have a couple of questions: what is the diference in ec 300 betwen(15' 16' 17) , The power valve is adjusting? The parts are the same? Thank you!
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Old 02-25-2018, 05:58 PM
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All the same mate.
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Old 02-26-2018, 01:36 AM
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Hello to all! i'm new on this forum and i have a gas gas 2017 ec 300 and i have a couple of questions: what is the diference in ec 300 betwen(15' 16' 17) , The power valve is adjusting? The parts are the same? Thank you!
Welcome to the world of Gasgas and to the forum!
I think the only difference between the 15 and 17 is the colour of the plastics and the look of the decals. The 16 models were never for sale (with a few exceptions).
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Old 03-01-2018, 10:06 AM
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thank you for answers!
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Old 03-01-2018, 03:58 PM
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Narcis here are the part no's for the N3EG needle.
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