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  1. Okay, now I have found a 2013 husaberg 250 that has been rebuilt to a husqvarna te300 with the slavens kit. What are your thoughts on this process and the reliability? Is this a bike I should avoid buying? Is this a common procedure? It has 150 total hours with 50 of those hours being on the rebuild. Would I be better of buying that or a 2013 300xc with around 100 hours for the same price. I am a beginner and will be doing trail riding in Idaho. Mostly single track and rocky. Thanks.
  2. Hi, It all started when I installed new handguards on the bike. Not sure if it is even related but the e-start button stopped working after a few runs. My fear was that the Cable ties for the handguard was too tight and might have damaged the Cables to the starter button. Just to be sure I replaced both the start and kill switch buttons but the problem was still there. If I bridge the thick positive cables on the starter relay, the bike jumps to life just perfectly. This is where it becomes interesting. if i hit the e-start button while the engine is running, the start button works and the starter motor spins. But as soon as I kill the engine, the e-start button stops working. I noticed that there was a cable with peeled/damaged insulation from the voltage regulator so I replaced that and even the charger relay just to be sure but the problem is still there. I belive I inspected every cable by now and I'm lost on what to do. Any thoughts? //Gruntor 2015 Husqvarna FC450
  3. I have a 2018 Husqvarna te150 and when I ride a lot of oil comes out of the exhaust and a tone of smoke too. She is a little boggy in the mid range and I feel I can get more powe out of her. Should I change the ratio of the gas? It’s at 60:1 right now. Or is it a carb issue? If so could you explain how I could fix it?. Thank you
  4. I've rode my tx 300 about 2.5 hours so far for "break-in." Did not ride hard at all just cruised around did a few hill limbs ran through gears. I am going to change engine oil. My question is I plan on racing Sunday and feel that is a sufficient amount of time on motor before a race. I watched slavens break in video and I agree with Jeff. The race is a haresceamble, typically it is tight single track. Weather may b a bitmuddy. I did put a trail tech fan on it plus running Evan's coolant. Any opinions on this?
  5. How is everybody doing. I just purchased a 2017 Husqvarna FE250 for 4,800Euros with only 200 hours on it as I just moved to Tuscany, Italy from the states.. I used to race motocross and quite frankly it was a different time when I used to race, mind you im only 27 but I used to ride a C125. These new amazing fuel injected sexy beasts are something im not used to... I just got back into "racing" as im now looking to compete in some local enduro and harescrambe events out here... I would greatly appreciate ANY advice on, tuning the bike, and beside getting the obvious header and exhaust pipe what other mods would anyone recommend to bang this baby up from 35(stock) horespower to about 40 or more..!? if that's even possible. thank you for the time to read this, I truly appreciate any feedback thanks again.
  6. My speedo stopped working last week so i put a new battery in it, worked fine for 1 day, now its throwing code “50-1.7”. Not sure if it is related but i cant find anything about it online. Any ideas??
  7. Team KTM Team Husqvarna November 29, 2016 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team riders Pablo Quintanilla and Pela Renet are ready to take on the 39th running of the Dakar Rally – the world’s most iconic rally raid event, which kicks of in Asunción, Paraguay on January 2. Together with experienced former racer turned rider consultant Ruben Faria, Quintanilla and Renet will take on what is expected to be one of the toughest Dakar Rallies in many years. Faced with close to two weeks of competition aboard their FR 450 machines, both riders will have to deal with almost one-week of racing at high altitude while tackling the varied and demanding South American terrain. For Quintanilla this year’s Dakar will start with the Chilean being the recently crowned FIM Cross Countries World Champion. Third in the 2016 edition of the Dakar, in securing his hard earned world championship title he has shown that he will be one of the leading riders during this year’s Dakar. Fast, experienced and with his fitness and confidence at an all time high, Quintanilla is focused on a third consecutive podium result while also hopeful of improving on his 2016 third place result. Ready to tackle his second Dakar, French rider Pela Renet will again be Quintanilla’s teammate. Switching to rally at the end of 2015 the former Enduro World Champion has faced a steep learning curve. Despite crashing heavily during Dakar 2016, Renet has remained focused on his goal of adapting to the many challenges rally racing presents and heads into Dakar 2017 determined to gain further experience and reach the finish. The Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Team heads into Dakar 2017 with another important asset – former racer Ruben Faria. Now retired from full-time competition, Faria will offer invaluable tactical advice and support to the two Husqvarna riders. As a regular Dakar starter since 2006 the Portuguese rally specialist will be on hand to back Quintanilla and Renet throughout the 39th edition of the event. Pablo Quintanilla: “In Dakar there are many factors that you can't control so making predictions before the race is never a good thing to do. I have prepared well, have no injuries, I’ve had a great season in the world championship and have a great bike and team supporting me. I have all that I need to do well. Because of my successful world championship season there is a little extra pressure on me to do well, but I don’t mind the pressure. This year’s event will be difficult, with many fast riders hoping to do well. I am sure that this year we will see what Marc Coma believes is a true rally. I feel confident in my navigational skills in the open deserts, and also on the mountain tracks, so I am looking forward to the challenge. It’s always hard to have an exact plan for Dakar, you have to let the race come to you. Of course my goals get harder to achieve each year, after finishing on the podium the next step is an obvious one for most riders. Dakar is a special race, an incredible experience, and together with my team we will do all we can to get the best result possible.” Pela Renet: “My goal this year is to finish Dakar. Everyone now knows that the 2017 Dakar will be very difficult – one of the most difficult in recent years. But I am looking forward to the challenge. Since last year’s event I have worked a lot on my navigation, in Spain, Portugal and Morocco. Navigation will be very important, also dealing with the riding at high altitude and the big differences in temperatures during the competition. The challenge that is ahead of all riders is going to be very special, very difficult. I have incredible support from my team and have so much more experience going into my second Dakar. I’m really looking forward to this challenge.” Dakar Rally 2017 The world’s toughest offroad event gets underway on January 2, 2017 when 146 riders in the motorcycle category set out from Asunción to welcome Paraguay as the 29th country to be included in the Dakar program. The 12 stages, which take riders on to Bolivia and Argentina, will offer brutal new challenges. These include almost a week at high altitude – six stages over 3,000-meters in the early part of the competition and what organizers say will be very special new demands in navigational technique. Quintanilla and Renet will also encounter every possible weather condition from freezing temperatures to a blistering 50°C, and vastly different, and very challenging terrain – from dunes to plains and grasslands, river crossings, rocks and the daunting Andes mountains. The twelve stages cover nearly 9,000 km, including more than 4,000 km of special timed stages. There will be one marathon stage where riders will fend for themselves with no mechanical or team support at the overnight bivouac. During the 12 stages there will be just one rest day, in La Paz, before the rally concludes in Buenos Aires on January 14. Please find all official photos of the 2016/2017 Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing Rally Team here
  8. Two New Mini Models Complete Husqvarna’s 2017 Motocross Lineup September 1, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Husqvarna Motorcycles is proud to unveil their 2017 TC 50 and TC 65 models – two new from the ground up mini motocross machines that share the same levels of premium quality and advanced technology as featured across the brand’s latest motocross line-up. Entering the 50 cc and 65 cc mini bike sector for the first time in its new era, Husqvarna has modelled the all-new TC 50 and TC 65 machines on their full-sized motocross bikes. Equipped with modern and compact 2-stroke engines and featuring the latest in chassis and suspension technology, both models set the benchmark in terms of performance and handling for junior motorcycles. Allowing aspiring youngsters to experience the thrill of riding their very first real competition motorcycles, the new Husqvarna TC mini models are the perfect beginning for any promising, young motocross enthusiasts. Together with the recently introduced 2017 Husqvarna TC 85, they form a complete range of premium mini motocross motorcycles for riders of all age groups and skill levels. HUSQVARNA TC 50 Featuring the same stylish look as Husqvarna’s full size motocross bikes, the new TC 50 features a well-considered ergonomic package to perfectly suit the stars of tomorrow. Superior quality and attention to detail are incorporated into the TC 50 to make it a truly premium 50 cc motocross machine. With mass centralisation a key design feature, the modern 2-stroke engine uses a 3-shaft design that brings the crankshaft near the centre of gravity. To make things even simpler for young riders, the engine is fitted with an automatic centrifugal clutch. Specifically designed to match the performance characteristics of the TC 50 engine, the exhaust is made using a three-dimensional stamping process for added durability. Available from Husqvarna Accessories is a power reduction kit, which brings peak performance down to 5.5 hp for absolute beginners. Fitted with the revolutionary WP AER 35 front forks and a fully adjustable WP monoshock, the TC 50 features the latest in suspension and chassis technology. Modelled after Husqvarna’s full size motocross machines, the bodywork of the TC 50 offers the same contact points and ergonomic characteristics in a smaller scale. MODEL HIGHLIGHTS => Compact 2-stroke engine with class-leading performance => WP Performance exhaust => Automatic centrifugal clutch technology => Power reduction kit available as extra => Bodywork offering optimum ergonomic feeling => Chromoly steel frame guaranteeing easy handling & precise cornering => WP AER 35 mm USD front forks (205 mm travel) => Fully-adjustable WP monoshock (185 mm travel) => Hydraulic brakes & waved discs => Black aluminium wheels & Maxxis tyres => Large radiators with air-channelling spoilers => High-quality aluminium handlebars & standard crash pad => In-mould graphics in Husqvarna’s white, yellow & blue HUSQVARNA TC 65 Featuring a 6-speed gearbox and a manual hydraulic clutch,= the TC 65 gives the opportunity for young riders to experience a fully-fledged competition motorcycle for the first time. With premium components featured as standard, it gets as close to Husqvarna’s full-size motocross machines as possible. Built using the lightest and most durable materials, its 2-stroke engine incorporates a pressure controlled exhaust valve (PCEV) and offers performance characteristics that are unrivalled in the 65 cc class. Made by WP Performance, the high-strength steel frame comes with a lightweight aluminum subframe and a cast aluminum swingarm that work together to provide optimized handling characteristics. Adopting a scaled-down version of Husqvarna’s big bikes’ bodywork design, the TC 65 offers riders the same contact points and ergonomic characteristics. Inspiring comfort in all riding conditions, the bodywork allows youngsters to perform at their best for longer. In the suspension department, the innovative WP AER 35 USD front forks give 215 mm of wheel travel and are adjustable with the use of an air pump. Linked directly to the swingarm, the WP monoshock is matched perfectly to the forks for optimum damping characteristics. The shock offers 270 mm of travel and is fully adjustable. The TC 65 features striking white, yellow and blue graphics in praise of Husqvarna’s Swedish heritage. The graphics on both the TC 50 and TC 65 minicycles are applied using in-mould technology for optimal durability. MODEL HIGHLIGHTS => Highly-competitive 65 cc engine => Pressure-controlled exhaust valve (PCEV) => 6-speed manual gearbox & hydraulic clutch => Bodywork offering optimum ergonomic feeling => High-strength WP steel frame & aluminium subframe => Lightweight cast-aluminium swingarm => Integrated crankcase cooling system => WP AER 35 mm USD front forks (215 mm travel) => Fully-adjustable WP monoshock (270 mm travel) => Special bend aluminium handlebars & standard crash pad => Black aluminium wheels & Maxxis tyres => Hydraulic brakes & waved discs => In-mould graphics in Husqvarna’s white, yellow & blue The new Husqvarna MY17 mini motocross models will be available in Europe from November 2016 and in US and Canada from January 2017 at all authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles Dealers. For all details on pricing and availability, please refer to your national Husqvarna Motorcycles Subsidiary or Importer. Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  9. Hello everyone. I have really hard choice between of multiple Husky models. My goal is to buy new one and make great supermoto bike for daily usage on Indonesian roads and sometimes for track usage (beginner). I'm living in Bali (riding all the year) and keen on riding on serpentine roads (there are a lot of them) My weight: 65-68kg - this is the reason i'm looking for 100-120kg motorbike (and why i'm getting rid of 701). Already have tried sportbike and street... they are really clumsy. Location: Bali, Indonesia. Could you give me some advices and help to make proper choice for conditions are mentioned above. FS 450 (number one) 2020, 2021 Pros: amazing power out of stock air forks high performance Brembo brakes Aplina wheelset (the best of all) Cons: starting from 2020 they are not available for Ricky Stator replacement, so you can't install headlight and fan (cause default output around 40W only) no ignition key switch no kick stand tyres have to be ordered from Europe (Indonesia and Australia don't have Michelin 16.5) TE 300i (TX looks better but can't find stator) Pros: good power on high rpm weight headlight guess stock stator is enough (?) Cons: new wheels (17") new brakes (Brembo), Magura is okay for the first time oil forks no ignition key switch FE 501s Pros: headlight, turn lights ignition key switch good power engine is more adaptive for daily usage (longer maintenance intervals) Cons: wheels brakes oil forks rare model in Indonesia (now there is the only one) weight little bit bigger due to engine
  10. Over the course of my time operating MotoMission Peru, I have had various opportunities to host/guide dirt bike adventures with other riders. I have a special place in my heart for father/son adventures. I guess it must have something to do with the sentiment I have with my dad. Official MotoMission Tour Video...Check the others on our Youtube Channel Dirtbikes and Dads go together When Tony and Joran contacted me about doing a tour, my excitement level rose. A father/son combo with limited dirt bike experience would be a challenge, but a welcome one. I normally cater to seasoned riders, but his one would put a different pressure on me as the guide. I needed to push these guys to their limits, while completing a route within our time frame of four days. The terrain needed to fit both the skill level and the distance we needed to cover each day. The fellas wanted to roll their tires over some amazing parts of Peru, get some mind blowing pics, and live to tell about it. A face with a smile tells a story My work was cut out for me. I put Joran on a crf 230 because of his size and experience. Dad, Tony, was on the Husky 300, I rode a Honda 450x. I figured I could swap out with one of them if I needed. Bike selection worked out perfectly. The route itself was ideal. It was a mix of single track, some rough two track, and some free ride(go where ever you want) type of stuff. It was perfect to try a hand at hill climbs, scare oneself silly on rock fixtures, and put the tires on the edge of mountain ledges to make the heart flutter a bit. The ride was fantastic. Tony and Joran both expanded their riding level to new heights. In fact, I was able to coach the guys on various little riding tricks that someone showed me along my journey. Stand up more, focus eyes on where you want to go, as well as some mechanics of body positioning and how it relates to traction and control. It was a bit of a seminar/riding school/test day. No doubt that the guys are better riders now. I thoroughly enjoyed that part of the tour. The view they wanted to see! When it all boils down, we had a fantastic four days of riding. Each were pushed to the limit various times each day. When the heads hit the pillows each night, it took no time for the sleep to begin. Smiles were abundant, and there were no shortages of whoops, hollars, and high fives. Certainly another successful tour! MotoMission Peru is a social enterprise operated by Scott Englund. If you want to see the Andes via dirtbike, this is how to do it. High quality in every aspect. Service, guide, routes, equipment, and overall experience cannot be beat. Contact Scott via Thumpertalk messaging or at scott@motomissionperu.com for more information.
  11. Not sure about you, but for me, there is something refreshing about starting a new year! However, when looking back on 2016, there were tons of great moments! It must be those moments that remind me that the future holds some more incredible adventures and more virgin trails! What's on your riding list for 2017? WARNING: Watching this may cost you a plane ticket to Peru Within walking distance to MotoMission headquarters... This is rainy season...12 months of great riding conditions Metaphorically speaking, virgin trails are something we all need to seek out. I am not suggesting you rip up any old growth hillside in a national park, but seek out something you have never done before. Stop talking about it and wishing you had made it happen. The world is too full of people that don't "DO." Whether its racing in the Dakar, Baja 1000, or that ADV ride across Canada, those opportunities will present themselves this year. Don't use safety as an excuse. Don't use money as an excuse. Don't use your job as an excuse. That is what they are...Excuses. People that "DO" don't use excuses. Practice your "DO" this year. Find something that scares the crap out of you and give it a whirl. In fact, grab your buddies and do it together. Odds are, they are in the same boat. The area I call the Golf Course... This past year, I had a group of guys join me on a ride. One of them was a buddy I had grown up with. He rounded up some unsuspecting fellas to join in on a crazy adventure. They came to Peru, one with limited riding experience, and joined me for four days in the back country of Peru. The video(Where the Sidewalk Ends) tells much of the story. Where The Sidewalk Ends- OFFICIAL TOUR VIDEO These guys stretched a "DO" muscle. They committed and finished a feat that most would never even try. Now, as they look for another adventure, most likely it will be a bit bigger and more crazy than the first. Start that process of working out your adventure muscle. People don't usually regret adventures. Bring your cameras! One option for adventure is to join me in Peru for an exotic ride through the Andes. If you have ever wanted to ride in a cool place that is beyond your usual, this is it. Peru offers virgin trails, no other dirtbikes, and views that never disappoint. I have included a few pics and a video for your viewing pleasure. This is 2017. Make it a good one! Scott is the owner/operator/guide of MotoMission Peru, a social enterprise in Cusco, Peru that supports local children's projects with 100% of the profits from its operations. Hard enduro is our specialty. We have a turnkey tour with everything you need to enjoy Peru on a dirtbike. Contact Scott if you want more information. Scott@motomissionperu.com Follow this blog, our Youtube channel at MotoMission Peru Adventure Dirtbike Tours, Facebook at MotoMission Peru, and our website at www.motomissionperu.com. Ride motos=Make smiles! Christmas Party at the Altivas Canas Children's project brought to you by MotoMission Peru and our customers.
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    Husqvarna WR360 (1999)


    The nicest bike I've owned so far and my favorite. No issues besides ones I caused myself that were fixed easily. Indestructible bike, probably has never been rebuilt and runs like the day it rolled out of the factory. Amazing amount of torque power reminds me of a sort of hybrid 2 stroke and 4 stroke, extremely flickable bike. Did I mention its indestructible? Throttle cable was not routed correctly and had it wide open. Started it dead cold not knowing this in freezing Minnesota weather, killswitch wouldn't work and the bike ran for what seemed like a minute like this, didn't seize and its perfectly fine and runs beautifully. Best bike you could get your hands on if you want a 2 stroke DS with the wide ratio 6 speed and gets great mpg for a carbed 2 stroke
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    The FX 350 shares much of its engine and chassis architecture with the motocross FC 350, but is tailored for closed course off-road usage. With a maximum output of 58 hp, the FX 350 has a 450 rivalling power-to-weight ratio while retaining the light, agile handling of 250-class machines. This is matched with an advanced electronics package featuring launch control, switchable engine maps and traction control resulting in a versatile, high performance package. Include a larger 6-speed transmission, large fuel capacity and an 18-inch rear wheel and the FX 350 is one of the most advanced off-road machines created by Husqvarna Motorcycles. Engine The 350 cc DOHC engine weighs in at only 60 pounds and has a maximum power output of 58 hp. The engine is specifically designed with performance, weight and mass centralization as key criteria. As a result, all shaft arrangements are positioned to allow oscillating masses to occupy the ideal center of gravity while all parts are engineered to offer the best possible performance while adding the least possible weight. Cylinder head The FX 350 features the same DOHC design as the FC 350 with polished camshafts and DLC coated finger followers reducing friction and improving overall performance. Added to the design are larger titanium valves (36.3 mm intake and 29.1 mm exhaust) which allow the engine to rev freely to the 13,400 rpm ceiling. Crankcase The FX 350 features an engine design with mass-centralization and weight reduction as the main goals. All the major components are positioned to achieve the best possible center of gravity. As a result, the motorcycle benefits from superb handling while ensuring a light and compact engine design. Crankshaft A superior quality crankshaft is at the heart of the high output, high-revving FX 350 engine. The plain big end bearing featuring two force-fitted bearing shells ensure maximum reliability and durability, guaranteeing long service intervals of 100 hours. TECHNICAL SPECS ENGINE Design 1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine Displacement 349.7 cm³ Bore 88 mm Stroke 57.5 mm Starter Electric starter Transmission 6-speed Primary drive 24:73 Secondary gear ratio 14:50 Clutch Wet, multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics EMS Keihin EMS CHASSIS Frame design 25CrMo4 steel central-tube frame Front suspension WP-USD, AER 48, Ø 48 mm Rear suspension WP shock absorber with linkage Suspension travel (front) 310 mm Suspension travel (rear) 300 mm Front brake Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc Rear brake Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc Front brake disc diameter 260 mm Rear brake disc diameter 220 mm Chain 5/8 x 1/4" Steering head angle 63.9 ° Wheelbase 1485 ± 10 mm Ground clearance 370 mm Seat height 960 mm Tank capacity (approx.) 8.5 l Weight without fuel 100.6 kg
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    250 two stroke
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    Husqvarna FE 501 (2014)


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    Husqvarna CR125 (2002)


    I know it's not a husqvarna. It wouldn't let me ad a honda cr125. Anyway this bike may not have any power especially cause it never runs right ? but the way this bike feels is so great that I've promised myself to never sell it.
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    Awesome bike. very nimble and zero vibration. awesome woods bike. street plated. awesome in the woods and single track
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    Husqvarna TC250 (2014)


    2014 Husqvarna 300 tc
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    2015 Husky FC450 2017 Timbersled Mountain Horse LT LE w/ TSS
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    Just got it but like what I've seen so far. Will be converting to super moto
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    Actually a 2009 model. Not a bad machine. Bad bits; radiators are easy to damage, even with 'gaurds'. Suspension is pretty average, stock. Suspension linkage needs greasing more than average due to a bad seal design. A bit heavy, and not real nimble. Good bits; Tons of power, easy to work on. E-start (plus kick) I don't mean to make it sound bad, it's a pretty decent bike, a few small mods and some different tires (pirelli's instead of michelin) and it's starting to work well now. I'm happy with it. With gold valves fitted front and rear, cutting the bars down a bit and setting the front springs a couple of grooves softer, it's turning much better now and doesn't feel quite so big and clumsy. Just need to sort the rider out now 🙄
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