Reading through the first service it looks like really basic stuff that any competent home mechanic can perform, except for the work that is listed as needing to be done by the KTM diagnostics tool.
The one thing that seems to be a concern though is the below which is listed in the service manual
I don't have access to dealer.net and can't input this information, anyone has any solutions for this? If I have to pay a dealer to do the work i'll do it but on the inside I'm screaming about paying $300 for what is essentially an oil change. I'm in the USA by the way.
So here is the thing - The KTM statutory warranty isn't worth the paper it's written on. You are usually covered under consumer law, trust me on this!
You have the right to get the bike serviced wherever you like and you can obviously service it yourself, and as long as you keep the receipts and follow the service manual, even if the motor craps itself a year later, you ARE covered.
I'm in the middle of one of these exact battles at the moment - waiting for a new engine for my Duke due to excessive crankcase pressure and oil consumption.
And here is a little inspiring story. My mate has a 1200 monster S. He had traveled 12'000km and the 2-year warranty had just expired. The engine started using a lot of oil, like around 2L every tank of fuel. He had the first service history with Frasers Ducati and the next two were performed by his local mechanic and me, as per the service manual. Frasers were stupid enough to try and fight us at fair trading and even tried to point the finger at me (even though I'm a bike mechanic). They lost and my mate AJ got a brand new engine and a bunch of other free stuff for the hassle.
I only take my bike to the dealership for things like valve clearances and fiddly stuff I don't have the necessary tools for at my home workshop. I change the oil and filters every 5,000km religiously and i've owned bikes that have done 60,000km plus without using a drop of oil.