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GMANGO

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  1. GMANGO

    Stolen GG 280 Pro Heads Up

    I had a bike stolen. The thieves turned out to be friends. They knew my habits. I trusted them. I was able to convince them that they were the only ones who knew where I kept my bike. They finally lead me to where they had hidden the bike in the desert under tumbel weeds. I recieved a welder for damage and not calling the police. I do forensic animation. I met a man who does computer security for a living ,It is possible to find out who "QWKDTSN" is. I am looking for his card and will post his info. In the mean time do a searching for computer security for the legal profession. I agree who ever stole your bike does not know how small the trials community is. My advice to the thieves is leave the bike where someone with a concience can find it to minimize the damge which you liable for.
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    Hollister Hills & Red Sticker

    Sounds like the ranger saw that you were upset, and decided to push his weight around. They carry guns.
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    Sand in Carb (TC 250 HuskY)

    Pismo was fantastic. I love the sand. I was down there Easter weekend.
  4. Alert! I recently went to the Pismo Dunes for three days. The 2006 Husquvarna TC 250 had sand paddles and extra UNI filter foam enclosing the main filter, which also had a filter skin over it. I also took two 2005 KLX 300's with same setup. After the bikes were washed and filter removed, everything looked normal. No sand passed through filter on any of the bikes On the Husky I next noticed that two of the vent tubes from carbs had sand particles inside it, up to the carb. I removed the carb and inspected the float bowl. The float bowl had sand at the bottom and the two of the four vent tubes had sand into the float bowl. It apears that the two vent hoses sucked sand into the float bowl. I completely disasembled the carb and cleaned it. The engine apears to be ok. Only time will tell. I purchased a carburetor vent system which routes the four vent hoses to the air box. At the end of the hoses is a filter. Beware when riding your TC Huskies in the sand. Any other thoughts. Good Luck
  5. I finallly got the Rekulse dialed in after installing shims (.01") on spacers and using 6 Rekulse clutch plate and one stock clutch plate. This was the key to achiving the recommended clutch plate gap of .030" to .035". None of the information was in the assembly instructions. Technical support at Rekluse (Sean) was right on target. It really shines on technical trails. Instead of feathering the clutch to get the required torque needed to make through a section, with the Rekluse you get rid of the middle man (the clutch) and use the throttle to dial in the torque needed. It was fun! I tried it out at Hollister and Carnegie. The Pro HillClimb was excellent. My 16 year old son who was initially against installing the Rekluse for fear of losing some control over the bike, he is now happy with the decision. In my opinion if you are a hard core motocrosser that enjoys multi-tasking then the Rekluse is not for you. Also, I don't know how reliable it is, the manual says to inspect it after 100 hours of hard riding. The Rekluse definitely add more moving parts to the mix and increases the potential for failure. I think the basic clutch system is more reliable and can take more abuse. Only time will tell. I will keep everyone posted.
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    Carburetor Problems -TC 250 2006

    Thanks Guys This forum is great, I am re-jetting the carb.
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    Husqvarna TC 250 2006

    The TC 250 is fully warmed up and bogs while being riden. The Clutch also binds under load
  8. Hello I have a 2006 Husqvarna TC 250. When I twist the throttle quickly it bogs, and sometimes it bogs and dies. I tried setting the air fuel screw to 1 and 1/4 turn. Ran smoother but still bogged. Any thoughts
  9. Hello I have a 2006 Husqvarna TC 250. When I twist the throttle quickly it bogs, and sometimes it bogs and dies. I tried setting the air fuel screw to 1 and 1/4 turn. Ran smoother but still bogged. Any thoughts
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    2006 TC 250 Clutch noise in neutral

    Thanks for the help I took bike into the dealer and he listened to the noise. Moore and Sons in Santa Cruz. He said it had to do with the helical gears, and every thing was fine. Gmango
  11. Hi I am in the process of breaking in a 2006 tc 250 Husqvarna. At about 75 miles of riding the engines sound fine. At speed with the clutch engaged there is no noticable noise. However when the Husky is stoped and put in neutral with the clutch lever released the clutch makes a rattling sound. When I pull the clutch lever in just a small amount the noise goes away. In comparison to a KLX 300, KTM 510, or a Honda CRF 250 the Husky's clutch sounds very noisy. What is going on?
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    Got problems with clutch!!!!

    Hello I am in the process of breaking in a 2006 TC 250. After 75 miles the engines sound great and is running smooth. However the clutch is making a rattling noise when in neutral with the clutch lever out. The rattling noise disapears when the clutch lever is pulled in. Any thoughts
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    Got our new TC250's today

    Hello I am in the process of breaking in a TC 250 2006 and the engine is runing smooth at about 75 miles, but the clutch apears to make a lot of noise when in neutral with the clutch lever released. The noise goes way when the clutch lever pulled in. It does'nt sound like grinding metal, but more like a unbalanced clutch. Gmango
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    Engine oil

    Hello I am using synthetic AMSOils 20w-50 on a TC 250 2006. When the bike is neutral and the clutch lever out, it makes a lot of racket in the clutch area. Any thoughts. Gmango
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    Consistent Problems with 05 TC 250...

    Hello I am in the process of breaking in a 2006 TC 250. After about 75 miles the engine is smoothing out and I am overall happy with the bike. My question is that when the bike is in neutral with the clutch out, the clutch area part of the engine makes a lot of racket. Is that normal ? In gear I really can't notice it. What are your thoughts. Gmango
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