These chrome-plated brass quick disconnects are a very high-quality replacement for the much weaker but more expensive KTM, Husqvarna, GasGas, Husaberg, and BMW plastic fuel disconnects that tend to break easily.
The OEM Male connector shown in one of the pictures is not included nor for sale. It is only shown to illustrate that the chrome-plated female disconnect can be used with the stock OEM male.
It's only a matter of time before you get stranded with a broken fuel quick disconnect. The plastic OEM fuel quick disconnects are made of plastic and crack easily. This is not something you can MacGyver on the trail unless you brought a spare with you.
Installing chrome-plated brass fuel quick disconnects not only prevents these breakdowns, but in the end, it is also cheaper. A spare plastic KTM OEM female quick disconnect is more expensive than these chrome-plated brass ones.
These quality YRC fuel line quick-disconnect fittings include a latch, stainless springs, latch, Viton® O-rings, and shutoff valve like the OEM connector but are rated at 250 psi compared to the roughly 50 psi of the OEM plastic connectors.
Chrome-plated brass fuel quick disconnects.
On a KTM, Husqvarna, GasGas, you only need to buy the female quick disconnect. The OEM male disconnect is a quality item that houses a tiny fuel filter that you want to keep unless you have some other fuel filter attached to your fuel line. The OEM male disconnect fits the Rolling Mavericks female disconnect perfectly.
You can, however, buy a complete set where the male also has a shutoff build-in.
Included is a 'locking O-ring' that you slide under the thumb latch so it can't accidentally unlock itself if the latch is hit by a rock or twigs when riding. (see picture)
I also include a fuel injection-rated hose clamp for each disconnect and a spare Viton O-rings. When installing, always rub a tiny amount of silicone grease or similar on the o-ring. This makes connecting easier and extends the o-ring life.
Replaces OEM part numbers:
KTM, Husqvarna, GasGas, Husaberg