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From start I have ordered the standard things on bike.
But I will change tire to k 60 scout.
And perhaps kriega bags.
Then I have ordered my blood typ as a sticker.
Can be good if accident happened.
I will order extra USB charger port also.
Found a guy in Poland he builds electric .
Looking forward to having my new bike.
What about you friends what have you order
 

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I hope to be receiving the standard $13,999 bike. I would like heated grips but the dealer told me they have been on backorder for some time. I may want the Explorer mode,may be looking at some Mosko bags. I'm sure that will just get me started.
 

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I would like heated grips but the dealer told me they have been on backorder for some time.
OT - Heated grips, for the 1xx0 KTM model - and also for 890 ADV, I believe - are controlled by the on-board instrument via the menus. I believe that the same is for the Norden.

This means that any heated grip, linked at the plug under the front light, can be driven by menus.

I use a standard Oxford for my KTM 1050 and 1090, coupling positive and negative coming from the grips to the two poles of the connector.

There's a little problem with the support of the grip, KTM hasn't a smooth surface, but a pattern of rises that fit the inner side of the grip. You have to smooth the rises to insert the heated grip.
 

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Come back in topic, a Nomada aluminum top case (26 liters), heated grips and the plug for the heated vest is what I need.

I had use a phone support for navigation and calling on riding, but now I'll test the app, and switch to iPhone mini12 from my 11.
 

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OT - Heated grips, for the 1xx0 KTM model - and also for 890 ADV, I believe - are controlled by the on-board instrument via the menus. I believe that the same is for the Norden.

This means that any heated grip, linked at the plug under the front light, can be driven by menus.

I use a standard Oxford for my KTM 1050 and 1090, coupling positive and negative coming from the grips to the two poles of the connector.

There's a little problem with the support of the grip, KTM hasn't a smooth surface, but a pattern of rises that fit the inner side of the grip. You have to smooth the rises to insert the heated grip.
Good info on the heated grips, I may need to do that. Thanks
 

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I was looking at the official accessories page and now it has been taken down but not before I saved some screen shots. For me I will get heated grips, TFT screen cover, not sure about the Explorer software at this point. I have been in touch with Ian Chappel in the UK who makes the best skid plates period and he is going to be looking into things and will have answers soon. Headlight protector is a must. I bought a Perun tail mount so hopefully it will fit and I have a rack for Mosko 35L Outback panniers so I am hoping it will fit also. A radiator protector and the high fender kit I would also like.
 

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Hi Jonny V, there were other items and I just took screen shots of the ones I was most interested in.

Today I put down my $1000 deposit on the Norden 901 and from what I hear they have been selling out right away. I'm in Lethbridge, Alberta and the dealer ordered 4 and thinks he will only get just 1. Calgary were all sold out!! I'm certain this is going to be a very popular bike :)

I talked to the parts guy and gave him a list of the accessories I wanted and he said Husqvarna has not updated their dealer site yet and the numbers were all but useless lol. Just as well winter is long here.
 

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I'm not sure where you are from but in North America we have the exact price. In Canadian dollars is $15199 plus freight and taxes. My local dealer told me that once the bikes are shipping then Husqvarna should have their accessories catalog up to date also. My bike won't hit the dealer till January but others in the US are having late November/December arrival dates. Hope this helps.
 

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@Big Mike: Thank you Big Mike!

I am in Italy and, with the price you indicated, the bike would cost a thousand euros less than the 890. As you actually say, it would be cheaper than the ktm. It would be nice but I don't think we'll get to this, unfortunately! Here the announced price is 14.500/15.000 euro, plus regional tax for plate and registration, other 400 euro. Ktm dealer generally manages to allocate the 4% discount on the regular price, so my forecast is a price of 14.700 euro to have the bike on the road.

And I have to consider, too, that today is November, 15th. I generally use the bike in winter too - I live in Verona, 150 km far from Dolomite's sky area, so the road are generally cleaned and with a bit of fortune and attention I can drive at 2.000-2.400 meters up the sea level from december to march - but the evaluation of the motorcycle changes if it is registered in november/december 2021 or in January 2022. Unfortunately at this point I think I'll have to wait for the new year.
 

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What have you order in our bike specific in retailer.
And tell us what you will rebuild in future.
I put a deposit on the bike otherwise no chance of getting one. They all come with the same standard bits.
Dealer hopes accessories - heated grips & seat, connection dongle, high fender etc - can be ordered before the bike is delivered but he is flying blind.
 
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