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Old 08-12-2012, 04:03 AM   #24091
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Regarding the XRR versus TE610/630 comparison, only two words need be spoken "electric start".

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or one word 'happybutton'- one starting action
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Old 08-12-2012, 05:52 PM   #24092
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Need help finding a part...

I need the e-clip that holds the plunger down in the front master brake cylinder of an '06 TE610.

Any idea where to get one? I cannot even find a rebuild kit, although all I need is the e-clip circlip.
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Old 08-12-2012, 06:11 PM   #24093
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I need the e-clip that holds the plunger down in the front master brake cylinder of an '06 TE610.

Any idea where to get one? I cannot even find a rebuild kit, although all I need is the e-clip circlip.
Don't fight trying to get the "right" one. Buy the assortment.
E clip assortment from Harbor freight $7.99.
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Old 08-12-2012, 06:48 PM   #24094
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EFI enricher dohicky

What does this thing actually do? Cus I think it's more than a fast idle

Mine is sticking, after the "L" going into the throttle body. So the bike is running fast idle, hot, and it's backfiring like a b*tch on decell. Does it advance timing?

Anyway, anybody have any tips on how to fix its sticky-ness AND has anyone been able to extend the damned thing? I'm seriously considering removing it cuz where I live it's never been so cold the thing won't just start. (I think)
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Old 08-13-2012, 01:43 AM   #24095
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Don't fight trying to get the "right" one. Buy the assortment.
E clip assortment from Harbor freight $7.99.
The Brembo e-clips have extra teeth to stop the piston...It's called a k-type circlip for piston bores
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Old 08-13-2012, 06:00 AM   #24096
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This is where the 610 belongs!


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Old 08-13-2012, 07:04 AM   #24097
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Awesome. Thanks for the info. I can't believe I missed this before! I'm bookmarking this page.
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It's the same clutch that the WR250-300 and 450-510 takes. I posted all this here right after the install. RMS 856 is the Rekluse number if memory serves. I talked to one of the engineers at Rekluse when I was doing it and he said to load it up with TC balls, so I put in six (only four come in the kit) . I don't know if it was really neccessary. The only other thing I can think of is that I adjusted the pushrod a little bit. Other than that, Rekluse supplies very good install directions.
Oh and, no cover springs.
I talked to Gary at EFM and I think the EFM clutch is comparable to the early Rekluse Z Start. The Z Start, not to be confused with the Z start Pro, only has normal clutch over ride up to 1/2 throttle. The Pro is advertised as full throttle function.
The other disadvantage to the EFM is they use your clutch so you would need to buy another one to go back to stock for any reason. Like if you sell the bike and want to either keep it for the next one or sell it separately.
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Old 08-13-2012, 07:21 AM   #24098
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Just picked up a new to me 06 te610. Needs a couple replacement parts, farkles, and some jetting. After riding the bike this weekend, all three of my current bikes are for sale. I wanted to get one bike to do it all because my new house has space for only one bike. The 610 was a pretty easy choice.

First question, is Hall's the only parts place with an online order form?
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Old 08-13-2012, 07:25 AM   #24099
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Just picked up a new to me 06 te610. Needs a couple replacement parts, farkles, and some jetting. After riding the bike this weekend, all three of my current bikes are for sale. I wanted to get one bike to do it all because my new house has space for only one bike. The 610 was a pretty easy choice.

First question, is Hall's the only parts place with an online order form?
Kelly at Motosportz.com has a good bit of stuff for Husqvarna and Halls will get you any OEM part you need!


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Old 08-13-2012, 02:36 PM   #24100
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Old 08-13-2012, 03:02 PM   #24101
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I need the e-clip that holds the plunger down in the front master brake cylinder of an '06 TE610.

Any idea where to get one? I cannot even find a rebuild kit, although all I need is the e-clip circlip.
Try these guys. They are the Brembo importer here in the US.
http://www.tawperformance.com/
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Old 08-13-2012, 03:05 PM   #24102
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Just picked up a new to me 06 te610. Needs a couple replacement parts, farkles, and some jetting. After riding the bike this weekend, all three of my current bikes are for sale. I wanted to get one bike to do it all because my new house has space for only one bike. The 610 was a pretty easy choice.

First question, is Hall's the only parts place with an online order form?
No, but given they post parts manuals going way back and have a very good on line order system, they are one of the best. They have come up with vintage parts for my old two strokes both new and used.
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Old 08-13-2012, 06:18 PM   #24103
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Anyone use the bolts from dirt tricks on the 610 and have you had any trouble? They just show on the other side of the nut, where the OEM bolts stick out 1/8". Will I be ok or reuse the OEM ones?
Edit: after reading this it's sounds vague. I'm talking about the bolts that come with the iron man sprocket.

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Old 08-13-2012, 07:19 PM   #24104
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Anyone use the bolts from dirt tricks on the 610 and have you had any trouble? They just show on the other side of the nut, where the OEM bolts stick out 1/8". Will I be ok or reuse the OEM ones?
Edit: after reading this it's sounds vague. I'm talking about the bolts that come with the iron man sprocket.

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Been running an ironman for a year now using those bolts. No issue. I thought the same thing. Dont over torque them or they will work themselves loose.
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Old 08-13-2012, 08:46 PM   #24105
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Anyone use the bolts from dirt tricks on the 610 and have you had any trouble? They just show on the other side of the nut, where the OEM bolts stick out 1/8". Will I be ok or reuse the OEM ones?
Edit: after reading this it's sounds vague. I'm talking about the bolts that come with the iron man sprocket.

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Works fine on 610 and 450 for a few years now.
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