- CNC-machined billet aluminum
- 5mm Lower profile compared to the original cast cover. More brake lever clearance!
- At least 4mm thick
- Fits all KTM 950 & 990 engines (all models & years)
- Hard anodized deep black for maximum durability
- Laser etched details and logo - custom personalized etching available.
- Replaces KTM part #'s 60030126200, 6003000114423, 60030001044 and 60030001144
- Internal clearance is similar to factory cover.
Don’t bleed out.
Hair on fire, every nerve-end spitting adrenaline, you hoon down the trail or a road until the inevitable occurs: A fall. You rise from your crash, physically unscathed.
Your clutch cover, however, has met an unfortunate end, at the hands of a jagged rock. Your beloved steed bleeds out onto the dirt...leaving you hot, dry and desperate. It’s a case of fix it now or abandon the ride and figure out how to limp back home. In desperation, you consider knocking out your riding buddy with the very rock that ended your ride, and stealing his clutch cover as he lays unconscious. But you are a decent human being and banish that thought.
Preventative maintenance you do once
The better scenario is avoidance of that altogether by switching out that thin OEM cast clutch cover now with a super-chunky, yet light, billet CNC hard-anodized hunk of TripleClamp Moto deliciousness. Your friends will be jealous, and you’ll be 10 times more popular with the ladies -- or goats (mainly applies to 950SE owners, high in the mountains with only hooved ones for company).
Tough aluminum combined with the scratch-resistant, hard-anodized finish protects against the shardiest rocks, the graveliest gravel and the grittiest pavement. Designed as direct replacement for the OEM cover, Tripleclamp Moto’s billet clutch cover will protect your engine's internals and keep the oil in.
- Gasket: Normally you can re-use the molded o-ring gasket from your current cover. Should you need a new one, you can purchase one from us here or from you KTM dealer.
- Screws: You can reuse the factory screws.
- Installation tip: To minimize spilling engine oil during the installation, you can carefully lean the bike against a wall or on its side-stand with front and rear wheels lifted at least 1.5" before removing the clutch cover (roll the bike over a 2x4 and rest it on the sidestand). Alternatively you can replace the cover during the next oil change.
You can also get this cover as part of a combo with a stator plastic HDPE cover here.