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  1. jetiv4

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    Out with the old in with the new!
  2. Chris.GVS

    Husqvarna TE 300 2016

    3 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2016 Manufacturer: Husqvarna Model: TE 300 Engine Type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine Displacement: 293.cc Bore & Stroke: 72 mm x 72 mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Fully electronic ignition system Ignition: Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing Starting System: Kickstarter and electric starter Transmission: Six-speed, claw shifted Final Drive: 525 X-Ring Chain Rake and Trail: NA Wheel Base: 58.3 in. Seat Height: 37 in. Front Suspension: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS, 300 mm Rear Suspension: WP Monoshock with linkage, 330 mm Front Brake: Disc brake with two-pot brake caliper, 260 mm Rear Brake: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs, 220 mm Front Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Fuel Capacity: 2.9 gal. Dry Weight: 230.6 lbs.
  3. Carman

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2017)

    0 comments

    Awesome bike. very nimble and zero vibration. awesome woods bike. street plated. awesome in the woods and single track
  4. davejack

    Husaberg TE300 (2014)

    0 comments

    Perfect combination of power, smooth delivery, handling, and aethetics! ;-)
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Night-Crawler

    Husaberg TE300 (2012)

    0 comments

    The day I got bike on back of car (pic with registration plate in stock low position with big rear indicators) That carry rig on my X-trail is called a Mow-tow: Later pictures show these mods 1)replaced mirrors with a folding one. 2)Added bark busters. 3)Removed the tail light assembly with its big indicators and replaced with low profile indicators. 4)moved rego plate (after doing 3) 5)raised the bar height about 1.5 inches(and may install a higher seat too) 6)Had to replace the spark plug and tune the pilot jet as previous owner had it very rich. 7)Moved position of foot brake and gear lever down , as these were too high. *May replace the standard plastic bash plate with full metal one in near future. 8)Higher seat , my legs were too bent in the seated attack position to use my knee braces. 9)Lithium battery SSB LH4L-BS http://www.batteriesdirect.com.au/shop/product/21867/lh4l-bs.html At time of posting this I had only just taken it out for a days riding at Glasshouse Mt's (QLD Australia). It looks more like a dirt bike again now with my mods Its only road registered as this opens up more offroad riding areas here in Queensland (Australia) EDIT: Have added new photos with all mods except high seat on bike.
  8. Chris.GVS

    Husaberg TE300 2015

    1 review

    ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine, water-cooled, with reed intake and exhaust control Displacement: 293.2 cm³ Bore: 72 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starting aid: Kickstarter and electric starter Transmission: 6 gear, claw shifted Engine lubrication: Mixture oil lubrication Primary ratio: 26:72 Secondary gear ratio: 14:50 (13:50) Cooling system: Liquid cooling system Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch DDS / Brembo hydraulics Ignition system: Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment, type Kokusan CHASSIS Frame: Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing Forks: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS Shock absorber: WP Monoshock with linkage Suspension travel Front: 300 mm Suspension travel Rear: 330 mm Brake system Front: Disc brake with two-pot brake caliper Brake system Rear: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs Brake discs - diameter Front: 260 mm Brake discs - diameter Rear: 220 mm Chain: 520 X-Ring Steering head angle: 63.5° Wheel base: 1,482±10 mm Ground clearance (unloaded): 355 mm Seat height (unloaded): 960 mm Total fuel tank capacity approx.: 11 l Unleaded premium fuel (95 octane), mixed with 2-stroke engine oil (1:60) Weight without fuel approx.: 104.6 kg
  9. Pittbull

    Husaberg TE300 2014

    5 reviews

    ENGINE Design: 1-cylinder 2-stroke engine, water-cooled, with reed intake and exhaust control Displacement: 293.2 cm³ Bore: 72 mm Stroke: 72 mm Starting aid: Kickstarter and electric starter Transmission: 6 gear, claw shifted Engine lubrication: Mixture oil lubrication Primary ratio: 26:72 Secondary gear ratio: 14:50 (13:50) Cooling system: Liquid cooling system Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch DDS / Brembo hydraulics Ignition system: Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing adjustment, type Kokusan CHASSIS Frame: Central tube frame made of chrome molybdenum steel tubing Forks: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS Shock absorber: WP Monoshock with linkage Suspension travel Front: 300 mm Suspension travel Rear: 330 mm Brake system Front: Disc brake with two-pot brake caliper Brake system Rear: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs Brake discs - diameter Front: 260 mm Brake discs - diameter Rear: 220 mm Chain: 520 X-Ring Steering head angle: 63.5° Wheel base: 1,482±10 mm Ground clearance (unloaded): 355 mm Seat height (unloaded): 960 mm Total fuel tank capacity approx.: 11 l Unleaded premium fuel (95 octane), mixed with 2-stroke engine oil (1:60) Weight without fuel approx.: 104.6 kg
  10. Yama75

    Husaberg TE300 (2015)

    0 comments

    It's actually a Husqvarna. This bike wasn't listed in the menu. I love this bike. It my be a KTburgavarna but it doesn't feel like one. Bike has it own unique feel and handling. Different than the berg or ktm. Really like the suspension and the unreal traction. Put it in 3rd and forget about it. You'll be waiting at the top for everyone else no joke. The at81 rear tire is great for NW riding. Can't say enough good things about this bike. If you ride off road look into one. It'll put a smile on your face.
  11. Wait-A-While

    Husaberg TE300 2013

    1 review

    ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Engine type: Single cylinder 2-stroke Displacement: 293.2 cc Bore/Stroke: 72/72 mm Compression ratio - Starter/Battery: Kick and electric starter/12V 3Ah/12V 3Ah Transmission: 6 gears Fuel system: Keihin PWK 36S AG Control Exhaust control: TVC Lubrication Mixture: Premix 1:60 Engine Oil: Motorex, SAE 15W-50 Primary ratio: 26:72 Secondary drive: 14:50 (13:50) Cooling: Liquid cooling Clutch: Wet multi-disc clutch, Brembo hydraulics Engine Management System: Kokusan CHASSIS Frame: Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 Subframe: Cross-linked Polyethylene Handlebar: Neken, Aluminium Ø 28/22 mm Front suspension: WP-USD Ø 48 mm 4CS Closed Cartridqe Rear suspension: WP-PDS shock absorber Suspension travel: front/rear 300/335 mm Front/rear brakes: Disc brake Ø 260 mm/Disc brake Ø 220 mm Front/rear rims: 1.60 x 21'' DID/2.15 x 18'' DID Front/rear tires: 90/90-21''; 140/80-18'' Chain: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4" Silencer: Aluminium Steering Head Angle: 63.5° Wheel base: 1,482 ± 10 mm Ground clearance: 355 mm Seat height: 960 mm Fuel tank capacity: 10.7 litres Weight: 104 kg FRAME For 2013 an all new double-cradle, central tube, chrome-molybdenum steel frame was developed. The result is a high level of torsional stiffness with reduced lateral stiffness. This gives the bike predictable cornering characteristics and tracking stability while still having the ability to absorb shocks from the rear wheel. SUBFRAME The three supporting parts of the rear end of the TE 300 are made from injection-moulded, cross-linked polyethylene. While they blend in perfectly with the surrounding bodywork, the ribbed design and high strength of the material give great stability with minimal weight. SWINGARM The aluminium swingarm was redesigned with higher side profiles to give targeted flexibility to work with the frame and shock suspension. The new design is also 300g lighter. TRIPLE CRAMP The triple clamps are machined from a solid block and anodised black. They are designed to support the responsiveness and sliding behaviour of the new fork for better off-road handling. The triple clamp offset on the 2013 HUSABERG TE 300 has been reduced from 22 mm to 20 mm in order to provide even better stability in the corners. FORK The fork is a 48 mm 4CS closed-cartridge unit from WP SUSPENSION. Developed in collaboration with the factory team, the patented 4-chamber system (4CS) from WP provides responsiveness and constant damping. The new design is also claimed to be easy to service. REAR SHOCK The PDS suspension unit has settings tuned individually to the new frame and each displacement, for comfort and optimal suspension. Adjustable rebound damping and high and low-speed compression damping allow individual adaptation of the suspension to the terrain and rider. WHEELS The wheels feature CNC-machined hubs, high-end DID Dirtstar rims and new aluminium spoke nipples for a great weight advantage for the 2013 model. BRAKES Excellent braking performance is provided by Brembo brakes and lightweight wave brake discs. ENGINE Improved peak performance and power development give the 2013 model one of the strongest engines in the largest displacement 2T class. Electric starter and 6-speed transmission are standard. Adjustable exhaust control and selectable ignition curves provide the rider with control over engine performance to adapt it to personal riding style and different track conditions. CLUTCH The clutch has a compact and extremely robust design featuring hub damping and preload with a single diaphragm spring instead of the several conical springs used previously. It's also 250 g lighter thanks to the durable steel cage design. CARBUTOR The Keihin flat-slide carburetor is not new, but does its job well. REED VALVE BLOCK The Husaberg TE300 comes with a V-Force 4 reed valve block as standard equipment to provide uniform power development and a long service life. EXHAUST Tuned for enduro use to give controllable power with great performance. The aluminium silencer is fitted to the rear fender with a strong plastic sleeve. AIR BOX The 2013 model is equipped with a redesigned larger air box. A different intake snorkel has been developed for each displacement to optimise airflow. The large Twin Air foam filter can be replaced quickly and conveniently without tools via the air box side cover. FUEL TANK The polyethylene fuel tank was designed with enduro-friendly ergonomics and a 10.7 litre capacity for extended enduro riding. BODYWORK A new seat and tank/spoiler profile was designed for enduro-specific ergonomics and features technical highlights such as grip recesses well protected from dirt. ACCESSORIES A skid plate and hand guards are standard on all 2-stroke models in 2013. Other accessories are offered as options in the Pure Tech range.
  12. ThumperTalk

    Husaberg TE300 2011

    0 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Model: Husaberg TE 300 Year: 2011 Category: Enduro / offroad Rating: 70.9 out of 100. ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION Displacement: 293.20 ccm (17.89 cubic inches) Engine type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Bore x stroke: 72.0 x 72.0 mm (2.8 x 2.8 inches) Fuel system: Carburettor. Keihin PWK 36S AG Ignition: Kokusan Lubrication system: Mixture oil lubrication 1:60 Cooling system: Liquid Gearbox: 6-speed Clutch: Wet multidisk clutch, hydraulically operated Driveline: Primary ratio 26:72. Secondary drive 13:40 (13:50) Exhaust system: Aluminium CHASSIS, SUSPENSION, BRAKES AND WHEELS Frame type: Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 Front suspension: WP-USD Ø 48 mm Closed Cartridqe Front suspension travel: 300 mm (11.8 inches) Rear suspension: WP-PDS DCC shock absorber Rear suspension travel: 335 mm (13.2 inches) Front tyre dimensions: 90/90-21 Rear tyre dimensions: 140/80-18 Front brakes: Single disc Front brakes diameter: 260 mm (10.2 inches) Rear brakes: Single disc Rear brakes diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches) PHYSICAL MEASURES AND CAPACITIES Dry weight: 103.1 kg (227.3 pounds) Seat height: 985 mm (38.8 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. Ground clearance: 385 mm (15.2 inches) Wheelbase: 1,475 mm (58.1 inches) Fuel capacity: 11.00 litres (2.91 gallons) OTHER SPECIFICATIONS Starter: Electric & kick Electrical: 12V 3Ah battery. Color options: Blue/yellow
  13. Andrew Puetz

    BYOB 300RR Questions

    After much thought and deliberation, I am going to most likely order a Beta 300RR this winter. I was looking at the KTM 300 XC/XC-W and Husky TE300, but I want to go red. Thie bike will be used primarily for singletrack trail riding (75%) and Hare Scramble/Enduro (25%). However, I am not sure on a few details on the Beta 1) I am leaning toward the "Race Edition" model, but I really like the oil injection that the normal 300RR comes with. I dont know if this is a serious item or not, but looks really slick and there isnt an option through Beta to add it. 2) Forks... I am unsure how the stock Sachs forks are on either bike, looks like the Race Edition has a fork upgrade... I love the KYB on my YZ250X. I emailed Beta a few times and they thought the $999 factory kit would be the best option. Im willing to spend the $ on it, but its hard to tell if the fork upgrade is necessary on either 300. I want the best bike possible but I hate throwing good $ after bad, and it's not like you can ride one and then ride the upgraded on to compare. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! -Andy
  14. Hello to all the Husaberg owners and Thumper Talk members. As stated in an earlier thread by one of the TT admins, Brian Bosch, we "may" have an opportunity to get out of the "exotics" portion of TT and get our very own area to post and reply with Husaberg questions/comments! If you are a TT memeber and a Husaberg owner, let's get this rolling and see if there are enough of us! Let's try and do just one (1) post each so they can get an accurate count. Just simply state if you are a Husaberg owner, year and model. I will start this off...... I am a proud owner! 2010 Husaberg FE450
  15. sheikyurbouti

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2017)

    0 comments

    2stroke 300s are a separate class and enjoy a colorul history of being "almost perfect". The 2017 TE300 is no exception. There was a lot of worry about how the new suspension would perform since in past years components didn't perform up to expectations until after an expensive re-valve - adding to the already premium cost of the bike. The new Xplor forks and DCC link shock work very well with stock settings - and no one has reported (yet) how they perform AFTER break-in. The jetting sucks. You'll get close with the selection shipped with the bike, closer with jets you'll buy but jdjetting.com has a kit that works LIKE THE OEM SHOULD and will save you the owner/tuner much effort. 5 stars minus 1 for rich jetting and incorrect selection to get you there.
  16. dirtracer114

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    Unbelievably capable motorcycle. This particular bike was used by Graham Jarvis in his Hard Enduro Techniques school at Mt Motorcycle in Rock Camp, WV
  17. drennke

    Husaberg TE300 (2012)

    0 comments

    One of the best off road bikes I've ever owned in 45 years of riding!
  18. ryoung1103

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    great bike. Just bought it and so far not complaints.
  19. Yama75

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    The TE 300 is a very responsive and comfortable dirt bike. Powerful and nimble.
  20. Knutte

    Husaberg TE300 (2014)

    0 comments

    Great bike Looots of power
  21. Chris.GVS

    Husqvarna TE 300 2015

    18 reviews

    SPECIFICATIONS Year: 2015 Manufacturer: Husqvarna Model: TE 300 Engine Type: Single cylinder, two-stroke Engine Displacement: 293.cc Bore & Stroke: 72 mm x 72 mm Compression Ratio: NA Cooling: Liquid-Cooled Fuel System: Fully electronic ignition system Ignition: Contactless, controlled, fully electronic ignition system with digital ignition timing Starting System: Kickstarter and electric starter Transmission: Six-speed, claw shifted Final Drive: 525 X-Ring Chain Rake and Trail: NA Wheel Base: 58.3 in. Seat Height: 37 in. Front Suspension: WP Suspension Up Side Down 4CS, 300 mm Rear Suspension: WP Monoshock with linkage, 330 mm Front Brake: Disc brake with two-pot brake caliper, 260 mm Rear Brake: Disc brake with one-pot brake caliper, floating brake discs, 220 mm Front Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro Competition Fuel Capacity: 2.9 gal. Dry Weight: 230.6 lbs.
  22. Uller

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    It's Fukn Badass!!!
  23. jimmy88

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    Its a 2016. TT didn't give me the option. Just got it last week, not much ride time yet due to weather.
  24. cosmocar

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    2016, but the page won't let me do that.
  25. Captn Kirk

    Husqvarna TE 300 (2015)

    0 comments

    Too new to tell. Sorting out jetting and suspension so I pick middle of the road for now.
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