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About asweeba

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  1. Hey everybody, I just got a Husky 2012 TE511 a few days ago and I love it, only problem is I don't like the way the bike is corked up and restricted so much. The most annoying thing is the charcoal canister! It's huge and gets in the way of everything! And not to mention, but it's ugly. I noticed it has a slight suction coming from the vent and if you cover it with your finger, the bike stalls out. So before I remove it, does anybody know what I should do to the ports that the charcoal canister would have been attached to? And after that, I want to remove the O2 sensor and cap it, but I don't know how to handle the rest with the computer. Lastly, does anybody know if there are any extra restrictions on this thing that I don't know about? Like in the air box perhaps? Thanks!
  2. Hey I just saw your post on cafe husky too! I did what you said and plugged in the power up chip. It definitely made a difference. still stalls though. Not as bad, but still does it. I also want to try that jd tuner and a pro circuit exhaust. But before i drop any more money on it, I'm going to bring it back to the dealer. It really isn't that big of a problem but if you really think about it, they sold me a bike that isn't safe to ride on the road. Everytime i come to a stop sign or red light, it stalls. For the money i just spent, they should be able to do something about it. Anyhow I really appreciate your help on both tt and cafe husky!
  3. Hey everyone, I have just gotten a brand new husky TE511. I haven't even put the power up jack in yet and I love it. But unfortunately, whenever I down shift or just let go of the throttle it usually stalls. It even stalls when I'm engine braking down hills. I heard about the battery disconnect trick but it hasn't changed anything and still stalls out. Some other people said twisting the throttle wide open with the key on or off or something like that. The only problem is that mine doesn't have a key. Does anybody know how to stop this thing from stalling?