Let me add to my comments. The FI has made my bike much better for off road riding as well as on road riding IF you increase fueling to make up for the extremely lean maps that KTM is required to supply to road bikes. With my '17 450 I was able to get the off road Euro map installed before KTM shut that off and get a rare 450 specific header and exhaust for that year 450 (from England). The 450 is great everywhere, on and off road. It is not valued more than my dog, but close. I don't think you should be worried about FI. The only caution is that you run your bike in the winter to keep the FI nozzles free. Eric Green at Cycle Zone said it is extremely expensive if you let one of them sit without running them. That is the same that I had with V-P race fuel. Run it every 2 weeks or clean jets. Run a FI bike every month or assume you will be cleaning nozzles and possibly a fuel pump. There are zero issues with overheating with proper jetting. If you want a stock bike that is lean then it will overheat. If you don't you will have to correct the FI map. If that is not an option on the bike you want then you will have to purchase a Vortex or equivalent ($700), and add an exhaust capable of working with your new fueling map. In my opinion, an opened up stock exhaust should work.
I used one of these racks on my 500 and it has survived crashing.
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