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  1. In my searches I didn't see too much about anyone who has tried both of these options. I tried the jd jetting kit first and did some fiddling and got the bike to run good, seemEd pretty clean. I also lowered the float level slightly and did jd jettings overflow tube loop to try and minimize lost fuel on the ground. Then I bought a lectron hv 38mm carb and it was considerably better than the mikuni with a jd jetting kit. There was a big boost in low end torque that is super smooth. The bike sounds better. Automatically adjusts for altitude. Starts great. And I get considerably better fuel economy (about 15 or 20 percent better). My conclusion having used both products is that the jd jetting kit will make your bike run well and be much more rideable than the terrible stock jetting. The jd kit is also much cheaper. The lectron carb will make your bike run amazing, give a big boost in rideable smooth low end torque. Also a big boost in fuel economy over the mikuni with jd jetting. The bike is really really good with a lectron. It's like fuel injection that is simpler, lighter, and available in North America.
  2. my rear brake is getting soft during downhill i have changed the fluid and clean the caliper pin but still it gets soft while going on long descents the pad is like almost gone but is till in the clear according to the manual i am going to change pads and am looking for stainless pin's any other thing this could be o its a 2016 te300
  3. Is the header gasket supposed to look like this? If not what can I do to fix it? Is the kickstarter supposed to look like this? I think oil is leaking from the kickstarter gasket, could someone please post a picture of what the kickstarter is supposed to look like from the same angle? thanks
  4. I cannot get my Rekluse to engage fully. My clutch handle is very loose to the touch. I have tried making adjustments to the slave cylinder. Should I try bleeding the clutch? Give me all your ideas, even if you think I've already tried it, I'd rather hear it it twice than not at all. Thanks!
  5. Hey guys, it's been forever since I've posted anything but I just picked up the 2022 FX 350 and its the 1st one to land in BC so I thought you guys might find some of my early impressions useful if your thinking of the FX 350. I hope you guys enjoy.
  6. Going to start this off by saying that I am looking for a 300 2 stroke. But I am stuck, as some of you know 2010+ ktm's are still not cheap. There is a 2012 Husaberg up for sale and I tried to do some research but could hardly find anything information about the te300. If anyone can tell me the differences between a 2010+ ktm's and 2012 Husaberg that would be a huge help. Another problem I might have is finding parts for a Husaberg in Victoria, Aus. There is a ktm dealer about 20km away from me but nothing about Husaberg (I know they are under a different name now) Any help would be great Cheers Anthony
  7. Looking for people's experience with jetting on these bikes. Mine is set up stock from the factory and I've only ridden the bike once at low elevation. Seemed to run fine , however it's been over 10 years since I've ridden a 2 stroke. No smoke and no splooge coming out of the pipe, mixed at 60:1. I hear these bikes are set up rich from the factory. Is that true? I ride Northern California elevation between 1,500' and 5,000'. Majority around 2-4K. I assume I'll lower the needle when I ride high elevation? Based on my research there's a wide variety of opinions on jetting. Some people say it's just fine and some say the bikes aren't rideable.
  8. Hi Thumpertalkers, Just making a thread where I can share my videos as I make them. I will start the post with posting a few old ones until I get some more new ones. I'm no expert by any means just have fun making and sharing videos! Thanks lars
  9. Hi guys, I have a 2014 Husqvarna te300, and I’ve noticed that when filling the bike back up with gear oil it only seems to take about 650ml before oil starts coming from the drain plug?! Just wondering why this is considering the Manuel says 800ml. And yes I have my bike flat on a bike stand and yes all the old oil is out I left the drain bolt out over night as I installed a helicoil kit for the drain bolt. Any positive input would be much appreciated, should I just do as the Manuel says about the 800ml or also do what the Manuel says about the oil check bolt? ?
  10. Revolutionary TE 250i/300i Fuel-Injected Machines Headline Seven Model 2018 Enduro Line-Up May 30, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Adding a significant benchmark to their timeline for model year 2018, Husqvarna Motorcycles introduce the next generation of 2-stroke machines – the all-new, fuel-injected TE 250i and TE 300i. Offering unprecedented advantages in terms of performance, rideability, fuel consumption and ease of use, the introduction of fuel-injection by Husqvarna Motorcycles is a bold new step into the future of offroad motorcycling. ogether with the fuel-injected 2-strokes, Husqvarna Motorcycles present a heavily updated range of TE and FE machines for model year 2018. Collecting feedback from top-level competition and combining it with extensive research, the brand’s engineers ensured that the 2018 TX 125, FE 250, FE 350, FE 450 and FE 501 remain true to Husqvarna Motorcycles’ commitment to offer premium motorcycles across their enduro range. NEW GENERATION 2-STROKES Perfectly embodying Husqvarna’s pioneering spirit, the new from the ground up fuel-injected TE 250i and TE 300i machines feature engine technology that revolutionises the field of 2-stroke enduro motorcycles. Featuring a pair of fuel injectors positioned at the transfer ports, the new system delivers the perfect amount of fuel into the engine at all times, across all conditions. Offering a significant reduction in fuel consumption and emissions, it also provides a smooth and clean power delivery on both machines. With the injectors delivering the fuel mixture downwards into the transfer port, the system ensures a much more efficient combustion. Carefully placed at the rear of the cylinder, a special tube relays intake pressure data to the new ECU. Gathering information from the throttle position sensor, the air and intake pressure sensors, together with the crankcase pressure and water temperature sensors, the ECU automatically compensates for temperature and altitude changes eliminating the need to modify carburettor jetting. Vital for internal engine lubrication, the 2-stroke oil is stored in a separate tank thus eliminating the need for pre-mixing. With its filler tube running through the frame, the 0.7 lt tank contains oil for five full tanks of fuel depending on conditions. Controlled by the EMS the oil pump delivers the ideal amount of oil reducing waste as well as excessive smoke. TE 250i/300i FUEL INJECTION HIGHLIGHTS => Fuel injectors at the transfer ports → Ideal amount of fuel in all conditions => Oil pump & oil tank → Convenient, eliminates pre-mix => 39 mm throttle body → Regulates air flow, TPS relays airflow data => New EMS → Modern engine management, no need for jetting changes => Standard map select → Customise power characteristics => Frame integrated oil filler cap → Simple refills => Translucent fuel tank → Large capacity, fuel pump integrated => New intake snorkel → Adapted to throttle body A COMPLETE LINE-UP Combining the most advanced engine technology with a series of dynamic upgrades, all Husqvarna Motorcycles 2-stroke and 4-stroke machines set the benchmark in terms of handling, power, weight and aesthetics. Developed by WP Performance System the front forks are specifically designed for enduro riding. For MY18, the forks feature new outer tubes offering improved flex characteristics and reduced friction. A stiffer setting also provides extra sensitivity and improved bottoming resistance. Also new for MY18 are the Magura front and rear brake systems. Featuring a similar layout to the design used on previous model Husqvarna enduro bikes, each system features optimal sensitivity and a progressive feel while retaining the highest level of performance. Second to none in terms of functionality and style, the new ProTaper handlebars feature class-leading fatigue resistance while adding minimal weight. MY18 ENDURO HIGHLIGHTS (ALL MODELS) => WP Xplor 48 front fork → new fork tubes & setting for added sensitivity & bottoming resistance => Magura brake callipers & GSK discs → Excellent sensitivity & progression => New ProTaper handlebar → Class-leading function & style The new Husqvarna MY18 enduro range will be available worldwide from July 2017 onwards at all authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles Dealers. For all details on pricing and availability, please refer to your national Husqvarna Motorcycles Subsidiary or Importer. The Media Kit with the complete technical information and the full Image gallery will be released on June 26, 2017. Husqvarna Motorcycles. Tradition on two wheels since 1903. Husqvarna Motorcycles are widely known and respected in the off-road world for a heritage of competition and numerous motocross and enduro world championships. Originally founded in Sweden in 1903, Husqvarna Motorcycles have been designed and manufactured in Mattighofen, Austria since 2013. Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
  11. couple months back on my way home from a 2 hour ride my bike lost compression and quit. lucky I was just by my driveway. pushed it back and immediately checked the spark plug and cylinder temps with a temp gun. all seamed fine. pulled reads and pipe. everything looked fine but no compression. pulled the head and found the top of the piston trashed from metal flying around. chunk went down beside the piston and scored the cylinder. bike had 59 hours and 2048km on it. pulled the motor and took it to the dealer for them to decide what happened. chunks of metal looks like bearing cage material but no play or evidence of anything wrong. the ktm tech found a bunch more chunks of metal in the bottom end but could not find out where It came from. ktm ended up paying for a new head, cylinder, piston, crankshaft and power valve along with all the associated gaskets, bearings and oil seals. total for parts was around 2900$ Cdn. I had to pay Labour as they couldn't find the source. Labour ended up being 730$ Cdn. motor is back and running great. I was happy with the result as it was 7 months out of warranty having never been back to the dealer with over 2000 km on it. here are pictures of the top end damage
  12. Looking for people's experience with jetting on these bikes. Mine is set up stock from the factory and I've only ridden the bike once at low elevation. Seemed to run fine , however it's been over 10 years since I've ridden a 2 stroke. No smoke and no splooge coming out of the pipe, mixed at 60:1. I hear these bikes are set up rich from the factory. Is that true? I ride Northern California elevation between 1,500' and 5,000'. Majority around 2-4K. I assume I'll lower the needle when I ride high elevation? Based on my research there's a wide variety of opinions on jetting. Some people say it's just fine and some say the bikes aren't rideable.
  13. A few days ago, I was the happiest guy in the world. I saved up all my pennies to buy a brand new 2017 TX300-- the last one left at the dealership. I take my bike over to my friend's, that is an ex husqvarna dealer, to do some TLC (grease steering stem, linkage, wheels, etc..), and I want to get all the mods I want installed while the bike is clean, so I buy V-Force reeds because the reed block leaked from every pedal (I was somewhat expecting that anyways), and I pop the head off to check squish clearance. To my dismay the cylinder has ~5 deep marks up the cylinder-- deep enough to catch your nail on every one. I call my dealer and email them photos and husqvarna says because the person dismantling the bike isn't a husqvarna technician, they will not be warrantying the bike. This bike has 0.2 hours on the hour meter. I know this wasn't caused by me because I merely started the bike, let it warm up, and did a few pivot turns in the driveway before I shut it down. Husqvarna/KTM has no honour for their manufacturing defects.
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