Two things; to answer Wa2fst, I removed the stock ABS KTM lines but left the modulator unit in place. Mostly left because I couldn't see an easy way to remove it. It took me a whole day to take enough stuff off the bike to get at the modulator unit and remove the lines then add and bleed the new lines. I am not the fastest and I will admit to a lot of coffee brakes but expect to spend most of a day doing the job.
OK here is my question: the brake line ABS bypass kit from KTMPERFORMANCE.COM came with a a 2" long grey cylinder about the OD of a pen....what the heck is that for????? It also came with a plastic block that I assume is to hold the brake line...but no hint as to where I should put it. parillaguy
The block is there to clamp the hose into a vice, the grey cylinder is to rotate the banjo fitting. You do not need to do this, everything is in the right orientation from CJ. The installation/promotion material that came from Spiegler showed this.
I think how I got the module out was by moving the tank back and pulling it out the top.