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I have three Husabergs 2 fx 450. 1 fe 390.

No such thing as too many Bergs.

How do you like the 390 compared to the FX 450s?

I put the FX450 mapping into my FE450 Berg.....did wonders IMO.

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With 15-40 sprockets on the 550 ive had it up to 167 up a beach before it &%$#@!ing goes like nothing ive ever ridin before. I have a couple of minor issues to sort out on the recently purchased 650 motard before testing it properly only gave it a small amount of throttle in third up the blokes driveway when buying and it would blow the 550 away

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No such thing as too many Bergs.

How do you like the 390 compared to the FX 450s?

I put the FX450 mapping into my FE450 Berg.....did wonders IMO.

I've been contemplating doing some mapping, who did the fx mapping?

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Picked up an '08 650 recently. :)

I love that generation of bergs! Not saying I don't like the 70 degree motors, but my 06 450 was a crap ton easier to get the suspension set up. Enjoy!

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Where does one find a black tank?  or black plastics for that matter!??!  The only thing I can find is black rad shrouds... :-/

 

Beautiful bike! BTW

 

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getting harder and harder.  Ktm is not repopping any of the black plastics - tanks were done a long time ago.  Now, blue shrouds and tails are drying up too and . . eventually new yellows will go the same route.  Ktm is walking away from berg pretty quickly with regard to those parts that don't translate to both berg and ktm.  Keep your eyes open on ebay or husaberg . org

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