“On affected units, there is a possibility that the rear brake system may fail under extreme conditions,” KTM states. “To ensure the highest level of safety, performance, reliability, and customer satisfaction, it is necessary to replace the brake line that leads from the rear brake caliper to the ABS modulator. Also during the repair, it is necessary to replace the round head Torx screw on the rear brake lever with a new screw.”KTM 790 Adventure and Adventure R models on showroom floors will have the updates performed before sale. KTM points out that this is not a DIY job: “This recall must only be performed by trained technicians with proper equipment. Dealers are not to send out parts to customers and should take every reasonable action to make sure the customer does not try to repair or perform the recall on their vehicle. Doing so is a violation of Federal law.”KTM will begin notifying owners on June 1 via mail, and owners can contact KTM customer service directly at 888-985-6090. The KTM recall number is TB2011. Should owners feel the need, they can contact the NHTSA at 888-327-4236 or safercar.gov.