The way you can find out is see if the calipers are the same across the years. If you have the parts CD you can tell, or you can probably find the PNs online. I suspect that they are the same, as I don't remember reading about a brake change from 15-17. Post up when you find out.
Yeah, that's pretty short. Best guesses are lean angle at the pump (not getting it full), or running REALLY rich. In the old days it would be easy to pull the sparkplug and check for a rich condition, but it's not so easy on this one. New bike? New to you? Warranty?
I will freely admit that I don't know, but it would depend on the forks and the axle. The odds probably aren't good.
On a separate note, the lean angle in some of the "official" pics looks preposterous. Anybody else think so?
So, I've been worse than absent, but one of the other OGs posted up the pix of the next generation RC:
Official KTM website
The webpage is pretty good, actually, and the bike looks a good bit better in this picture and on the website than in the earlier pictures. Just going to have to...
Back from the missing bump.
Look. I really want this stuff gone. The pads and the levers will cost almost as much to ship as I'm asking, but better in your hands than mine. The windshield is in fine shape, shippers just kill you to ship light but bulky items. Give me a shout with any questions.