FAQs

6-12-07

CSE Standard-Mount Cable Guide Instructions

Installing the Cable Guide

1. Remove the Cable Guide from the package and unscrew the two halves.

2. Place the two halves of the Cable Guide with the smaller hole around the post mount. At the same time capture the cables inside the larger hole.

3. Hold the cable guide in place with one hand and start the screws using the included hex wrench.

4. Before tightening the two screws position the Cable Guide so the cables run through it freely and don’t contact the damper or handlebar mount. Note: We recommend mounting the cable guide at the top of the post mount just under the plastic sleeve that holds the post. Four stroke models usually fit best at 3:00 (perpendicular to the frame) and two strokes at 7:00. These are just recommendations based on our experience you may find a better position for your application. ONCE POSITIONED MAKE SURE THE STEM PINCH BOLT ON THE TRIPLE CLAMPS CLEARS THE CABLE GUIDE.

5. Tighten the screws with the included hex wrench. BE CAREFUL WHEN TIGHTENING THE CABLE GUIDE SCREWS - THESE ARE SMALL THREADS IN ALUMINUM - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.

6. Once you have the Cable Guide mounted where you like it, be sure to put the bike on a stand and turn the bars from stop to stop to make sure there is no interference or binding before riding the bike.

Determining Post (Tower) Diameter - 97% of Scotts Performance damper towers are 9/16" diameter. However, there are a few 1/2" diameter towers out there.  Before ordering a cable guide, measure your post mount using either a micrometer or calipers.

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8-1-07

CSE Scotts Submount Cable Guide Instructions

Installing the Cable Guide

1. Remove two screws from the top of your damper. See the picture below.

2. Drop one of the provided stainless spacers in each counterbore in the damper.

3. Spread the Cable Guide apart at the interlocking joint and slide it around the cables, lines, etc..

4. Lock the Cable Guide back together and screw it down to the damper using the included hex wrench. BE CAREFUL WHEN TIGHTENING THE CABLE GUIDE SCREWS - THESE ARE SMALL THREADS IN ALUMINUM - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.

5. Once you have the Cable Guide mounted where you like it, be sure to put the bike on a stand and turn the bars from stop to stop to make sure there is no interference or binding before riding the bike.

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2-10-10

CSE KTM690 Brake Pedal, 2008-2010

Installing the Brake Pedal

1. Remove the entire foot rest bracket from the bike.

2. Remove the return spring and push rod.

3. Remove the OEM brake lever – THIS IS A LEFT HAND THREAD.

4. NOTE: -Pedal is designed to work with '09 style pivot bolt (76513057100). This is an upgrade for '08 models.

5. Clean up the OEM pivot bolt and look for any imperfections. If there are any imperfections sand the bolt with some fine grit sandpaper (~320 grit). The bolt will be a tight fit in the bearings and require some effort to push in with your hands. DO NOT HAMMER THE BOLT INTO THE BEARINGS. Clean up the bolt shoulder by rotating it while wrapped with the sand paper until the bolt can be pressed in by hand.

6. Once the pivot bolt is ready to be installed apply a light coat of water-proof grease to the shoulder area and press it into the bearings. DO NOT HAMMER THE BOLT INTO THE BEARINGS.

7. Apply Loctite to the pivot bolt threads and torque to the factory specification – THIS IS A LEFT HAND THREAD.

8. Check for free movement of the pedal before reattaching the return spring. If the pedal doesn’t move freely, remove it and check for any high spots in the foot rest bracket around the pivot hole. We have relieved the brake pedal to clear this area, but there may be imperfections in the factory casting.

9. Attach the return spring and push rod.

10. Reattach foot rest bracket to the motorcycle following the factory recommendations.

11. Once everything is together, make sure that the rear brake line is routed correctly and nothing interferes with the brake pedal mechanism. With the bike on a stable stand spin the rear wheel by hand to make sure it moves freely. Apply the rear brake by hand to verify it stops the rear wheel rotation.

 

7-12-19

Clean Speed KTM690/Husqvarna 701 Brake Pedal – 2011 and up

Installing the Brake Pedal

1. Remove the right-side footrest bracket assembly from the bike.

2. Remove the return spring and master cylinder push rod clevis bolt.

3. Remove the OEM brake pedal.

4. Mount the CSE pedal. Apply Loctite and torque the pedal pivot bolt per the factory specifications.

5. NOTE: 2016-2019 have a washer between the outer bearing and footrest bracket. Make sure the washer remains in place during reassembly.

6. Check for free movement of the pedal before reattaching the return spring. If the pedal doesn’t move freely, remove it and check for any high spots in the foot rest bracket around the pivot hole. We have relieved the brake pedal to clear this area, but there may be imperfections in the factory casting. Do not proceed unless the pedal moves freely.

7. Attach the return spring and master cylinder push rod per factory specifications.

8. Reattach footrest bracket to the motorcycle following the factory recommendations.

9. Once everything is together, make sure that the rear brake line is routed correctly and nothing interferes with the brake pedal mechanism. With the bike on a stable stand spin the rear wheel by hand to make sure it moves freely. Apply the rear brake by hand to verify it stops the rear wheel rotation.

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1-3-18

Clean Speed KTM 950/990 Rear Brake Pedal

Installing the Brake Pedal

1. Remove the OEM brake pedal by removing the master cylinder rod, pivot bolt/nut and return spring.

2. Install the Clean Speed brake pedal by attaching the return spring and inserting the pivot bolt and nut.

3. Apply Loctite or other thread locker to the pivot bolt nut and torque to KTM factory specification.

4. Insert the pin that connects the master cylinder push rod to the brake pedal arm. Install washer and new retention clip. Double check that retention clip is locked in place.

5. With the bike on the center stand or appropriate lift, check for free movement of the pedal and no interference, KTM factory specification for the amount of freeplay, no rear wheel drag when brake pedal is not applied and appropriate stopping power when rear brake pedal is depressed.

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3-2-17

Clean Speed KTM 1190/1290 Brake Pedal

Installing the Brake Pedal

1. Remove the OEM brake pedal by removing the master cylinder rod, pivot bolt/nut and return spring.

2. Install the Clean Speed brake pedal by starting it in with the tip pointing towards the ground and rotating it up as the return spring boss clears the engine case.

3. We have a video on our website that shows pedal installation – www.cleanspeedeng.com

4. Once the pedal is in place hook up the return spring.

5. Insert the pivot bolt.

6. Apply Loctite or other thread locker to the pivot bolt nut and torque to KTM factory specification.

7. Apply Loctite or other thread locker to the master cylinder push rod bolt and torque to KTM factory specification.

8. With the bike on the center stand or appropriate lift, check for free movement of the pedal and no interference, KTM factory specification for the amount of freeplay, no rear wheel drag when brake pedal is not applied and appropriate stopping power when rear brake pedal is depressed.

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2-1-20

Clean Speed KTM 790 Rear Brake Pedal Assembly Instructions:

Disassembly:

1.  Remove return spring from round post in footpeg bracket with hook tool.  Leave spring attached to pedal.

2.  Remove pivot bolt with T45 Torx bolt head 13mm nut.

3.  MC push rod will pull out of master cylinder.

4.  Slide pedal assembly out the front side of the footpeg bracket.

 

Assembly:

1.  Measure distance of hard stop bolt from the bottom of the lock nut to top of bolt.

2.  Remove hard stop bolt, spring and MC pushrod from OEM pedal.

3.  Attach spring and MC arm to Clean Speed pedal using factory specifications for torque and thread locker.

4.  Add hard stop bolt and tighten lock nut to length recorded from stock pedal.

5.  Put a small dab of grease of the end of the master cylinder pushrod.

6.  Slide pedal assembly in from the front of the footpeg bracket.

7.  Guide master cylinder push rod into hole in rubber boot of master cylinder.

8.  Install pivot bolt and tighten nut to factory specifications for torque and threadlocker requirement.

9.  Reattach return spring on foot peg bracket pin.

10.  With the bike on a stable stand spin the rear wheel by hand to make sure it moves freely.  Apply the rear brake by hand to verify it stops the rear wheel rotation.

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Clean Speed KTM-Husky-GG 450/500/501 Rear Brake Pedal Assembly Instructions:

Disassembly:

Remove master cylinder pushrod bolt, 8mm head. Pull pushrod out of the master cylinder.

Remove pivot bolt with T45 Torx bolt head 13mm nut.

Use needle nose pliers to remove return spring from brake pedal.

Pull brake pedal out from between engine and frame.

Remove stock return spring from engine case mount.

Assembly:

Remove hard stop nut and bolt from stock pedal (both 10mm heads) and transfer to Clean Speed pedal.

Slide Clean Speed pedal in end-first from the front of the bike.

Reinstall OEM pivot bolt and lock nut with threadlocker and torque to factory specification.

Adjust the hard stop to achieve the desired pedal pad height. Tighten locknut to the factory torque specification.

Measure overall length of OEM master cylinder push rod and write it down.

Using a 10mm wrench and a 10mm deep well socket separate pushrod lock nut and cone.

Screw lock nut all the way down towards the clevis head of the pushrod.

Thread Fasst cup on to pushrod and down to the lock nut with cupped end pointing away from clevis.

Thread cone on to pushrod and adjust to the overall length you recorded earlier.

Run Fasst cup up to the cone and the locknut up to the cap and tighten the cone and locknut to factory spec. Both 10mm heads.

Double check that the overall pushrod length matches the dimension you recorded from the OEM pushrod.

Install the pushrod into the master cylinder WITHOUT the Fasst return spring and tighten the mount bolt (8mm head).

Check the pedal free travel is set within the OEM specification for your bike.

Remove the master cylinder pushrod and add a dab of grease to the cone and seat the Fasst return spring (large diameter end) in to the Fasst cup.

Install the push rod so the cone is centered in the master cylinder and the Fasst return spring is seated outside the rubber boot.

Once you are sure the cone and spring are seated in the master cylinder, install the master cylinder pushrod screw

 (8mm head) with threadlocker and torque to the factory specification.

With the bike on a stable stand, spin the rear wheel by hand to make sure it moves freely.  Apply the rear brake by hand to verify it stops the rear wheel rotation.  Double check the pedal free travel.  Check that the Fasst return spring cap does not rub on the frame guard.  If so, the frame guard my need trimmed.

 

See our install video at cleanspeedeng.com for further details.

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