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2011 TE310 I'm new to Husky's and have some questions about my bike

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I bought the bike recently with 750 miles on it. The previous owner made some modifications. A power up kit. I guess thats located above the battery under the seat. Is this the ECU that people recommend changing?

 

I have 2 rear sprockets, 50 and 40. I ride above 5,000' and hilly mountain terrain. I used to race MX Vet Intermediate and the 50 seems a bit to busy for me and this bike is off the charts powerwise compared to my last DR 250 big bore to 350.  I'm about 170lb 5'6" and hope that something like a 46 tooth would leave enough bottom without loosing too much top end. Any thoughts on gearing? 

 

I'm impressed with this bike but like any bike thats got a license, I suspect there are plenty of improvements to make it even better. If you have some bike tips I'd love to hear them.

 

Thanks 

 

Heres a typical 2nd or 1st gear hill. 

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This one has sections where your in 4th, some 3rd and 2nd in sandy uphill and a few 1st to navigate when you make a mistake. 

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I have a 2015 FE 350 Husky and it came stock with 13/52. I ride tight New England woods and I changed mine to 13/50 and it seems to be perfect. I think the new Huskys rev a bit higher than the 310, but I'd try 13/48 or 13/49. Any less and the bottom will feel too weak. Jmho

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Anything less then 13/50 will suck in the woods. I recommend staying with that and getting a TXC310 ECU. Next step is the upgraded injector but not really needed for most. PC makes a great exhaust, loud but powerful. 0wt oil and keeping it clean is a must.

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By the looks of the pic, the OP rides in the desert I think.

It's actually in-between the desert which is the valley below in pic 2 and the mountains. If I head 10 minutes to the east from these pics it turns into MC/ATV trails thru the pinetrees in the San Bernardino National Forest. 

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