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This is a complete kit with extra hardware to remove the entire canister system. This includes a dongle to remove the canister valve and a choice of two ways of plugging the line that runs from the canister valve to the intake tract. Either use the plastic thumb screw in the rubber line or go directly to the head, remove the brass nipple and use the 6mm bolt and copper washer.
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In this video we walk you through every detail of the typical emissions system on a KTM big twin so that you can better understand how it all works and where parts of the system are typically found.
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Posted by Leon Rieter on 12th Sep 2020
Easy to install and works perfectly. Youtube video is very helpful and a must watch.
Posted by Mike on 26th Apr 2020
Seems like a well thought out package but it could use some simple instructions on what each piece is. Also the KTM 1290 Superduke R needs 2 of the small bolts and washers if you want to plug the throttle bodies but only one is supplied. So instead of plugging those you have to use the larger bolt and plug the hose that goes to both which is fine just confusing because of the lack of instruction.
Posted by Ian Love on 26th Mar 2020
As I have come to expect from Rottweiler, this is an excellent product and is super easy to install. It takes about 10 minutes and is very straight forward.
Posted by B Chapman on 10th Feb 2020
This is a very simple process to get rid of the vapor canisters. Only negative is that once you find the instructions on line and print them out as I did, the instructions don't necessarily match what you are seeing on your KTM 690 since the instructions and photos are of a Husky 701. Similar bikes in many ways but different when it comes to this canister system. Using logic, I applied to the KTM what the instructions were directing concerning the Husky. It's really not that confusing. The photos threw me off at first.
Bike runs the same without these canisters.
Posted by Jonathan Abston on 15th Jan 2020
Wish I could post pictures. If you remove all of the SAS system and just put a rubber cap over the throttle body vacuum line you remove 623 grams of weight from the bike. If you add a rapid bike evo it adds 536 grams.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jan 2020
Very simple installation. It took very little time to de-smog my KTM 690 motor thanks to the Rottweiler kit.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Jan 2020
Very simple installation. It very little time to de-smog the motor thanks to my Rottweiler kit.
Posted by Allan S on 22nd Nov 2019
I wanted a bit of storage space on this bike that has very little. I bought the canister removal kit and installed it in 20 minutes. The instructions online are for an older Superduke R but the 2019 SDGT is kinda similar with only a few changes in panel removal.
Posted by Kim A Kinsley on 12th Oct 2019
Never have to worry about anything ordered from Rottweiler! Everything I've ordered from you guys is first rate and shipped quickly. Thanks much!
Posted by Vincenzo on 5th Jul 2019
After 40 years of performing Canistorectomies on CA bikes that are used off-road, this is by far one of the cleanest and easiest to install kits. Highly recommend these guys!
Posted by email@example.com on 1st Jun 2019
I used the B dongle kit for canister removal on a Husqvarna Svartpilen 401. It is a simple to use kit, and works as designed. Would have been nice if it included a barbed fitting to link the leftover return line hose to the fuel tank vent hose for more routing length.
Posted by Frank on 29th May 2019
Nice little kit, all the parts and pieces you would need plus an option to clean up some extra hoses. There were no instructions in the box, but they were available online. More tips on how to remove the canister, which was a pain, would be good.
Posted by Adam on 13th May 2019
Great kit with everything you need to get rid of the canister and valve. Don't forget to get a fuel line one way valve.
I saw a tip online to remove the canister. While lying on ground use socket extension with a wobbler to get at the back side of the canister screws. You have space between the radiator. It took me all of 3 minutes to remove this way. Get it you won't regret it.
Posted by Scott on 25th Apr 2019
Works great and made removal of the cannister a snap and no fi light. My only complaint is no instructions at all. That fully a YouTube video showed how to do it.
Posted by BRANDON RICHEY on 25th Apr 2019
I appreciate RP's simple approach to ridding my 2017 690 Enduro of all the garbage Uncle Sam requires to be hung from that beautiful orange frame. As expected, the dongle kit had (almost) everything I needed to complete the job...
Missing: a set a suitable instructions. The only set available to guide me (for a 2017 690 Enduro) was actually for a Husqvarna 701, which is close but not the same process nor equipment. I had to defer to other youtube videos of questionable repute and my understanding of how SAS emissions systems work. I ultimately got the job done and everything performs flawlessly but a set of 690 specific instructions would have made everything better.
All in all, great product but I hope future purchases from RP come with better instructions and don't take three business days just to process & ship the order.
Posted by Scott on 19th Apr 2019
Except instructions. The kit come with everything except the info you need to take the cannister off. A quick google search showed the instructions. Remove the canister mounting bolts to the bracket instead of thfe canister bolts itself...A lot easier. Otherwise straight forward.
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Apr 2019
Easy job to fit these parts, informative video on YouTube helped
Posted by Sasha on 18th Mar 2019
Made it easy to get that junk out of my 2016 701 Enduro.
Posted by Alex on 13th Nov 2018
Chris & Mariel, your business is a delight to deal with and your products, customer service are industry best.
Posted by john clark on 9th Sep 2018
This is a 5-star product, but you have to ferret out the installation details from the documents and videos available online, which is confusing for a guy who has never had an emissions-equipped motorcycle. The price is easily worth the underseat space created for tool and spares storage. But it would be a kindness if Rottweiler would simply create a specific pdf for “ktm 1090 adventure r evap canister removal dongle”. As it is you must select “emissions removal - ktm adventure 1050 - 1290”, wade through the first 19 steps dealing with the SAS system removal, and take up the canister instructions on step 20. Fairly concise from that point, just a pain in the neck to get there flying blind. You really don’t know where you’re heading until you get there.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Aug 2018
The reason I wanted to remove my evap canister on my 2018 1090 is to gain the space under my seat for my tool kit. The dongle is the key to gaining the space without tripping a malfunction warning in the computer. Removing the canister and purge valve and installing the dongle was straightforward. I didn’t even have to cut a hose. I took the portion of hose from the Y junction to the tank port on the canister and used it to replace the the hose from the evap port at the top of the tank. It was the perfect length to route along the other drain hoses. I used a few additional zip ties to keep it all tidy.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 5th Jul 2018
Great product, made deleting the charcoal canister a breeze. Highly recommend.
Posted by Jesus Pantoja on 2nd Jul 2018
I didn’t want to go get the resistor and the shrink tube and the pins to make the thing myself, so this was the better option.
Along with the plastic screw in plug, made the canister removal a breeze.
Just remember to use a flex socket on an extension, under the radiator to get to the forward facing bolts on the cannister bracket, and this will be a 5 min job once the seat and side covers are off.
Posted by Christopher Reanud on 17th Oct 2017
very easy install on my 2015 enduro R, kit come with 2 options on how to block off the vacuum port, plastic thumb screw into the hose or remove hose and brass nipple and place small bolt w/brass washer. no warnings works as advertised
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2017
Posted by Derek on 19th Jun 2017
The kit was high quality and install wasn't a big deal. For my application (2017 KTM 690 Enduro R) there wasn't any specific how to videos to install this kit and none of them I found addressed where the thumb screw went (fuel tank vent hose). Other then that great addition to any ktm 690 well worth the money.
Posted by Alex on 4th Apr 2017
Kit came as pictured and had everything I needed to remove the charcoal canister system. The little screws included are a must have for blocking the port on the throttle body. As always Rottweiler Performance delivers a great product.