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Old 11-15-2012, 04:49 AM   #24496
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JD Jetting Fueler settings

I just got my JD tuner for my TE610 and have noticed the settings as received are different from the instructions.

Could somebody help out with some TE610 settings?

The current settings are:
Green 4/5
Yellow 3/4
Red 4/5
Green/ Blue 5
Yellow/Blue 3/4
Red/Blue 4/5

I have the P/U kit and the LV x3 muffler.

I did a 190 mile ride with me on the TE610 and buddy riding my DR650 and we traded back and forth several times. We both felt that the 610 should have smoked the DR but they seemed about equal, the DR had more low end and the Husky edged it on top but not by much.

It certainly doesn't feel like a 20 hp/50 lbs lighter difference! My TE has the P/U and the LV x3 muffler.

Maybe I have to look into iBeat to make sure my TPS is set correctly,,
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:35 AM   #24497
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Could somebody help out with some TE610 settings?
Are you looking for the JD Tuner stock settings?

I just installed the JDTuner and EHS pre-filter on my 2009 TE610, and have been messing with the settings to figure out what works best for me. Sadly, I've been trapped in Brooklyn, so I'm only messing around a little, because I need some trails and open road to really understand what it's capable of.

I did email JD at the address on his web site, and he responded to a few questions I had. Very helpful. That might be the best bet to help with your specific needs. I have read all the treads too - and it's tough to hone in on what might work best for your particular set-up and needs, without a little help from the man himself.

Good luck!
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:39 AM   #24498
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Links to service manuals
If only there was a way to easily search the whole internet for specific content...
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:18 AM   #24499
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Your clutch lever is hitting the "flash to pass" switch on the front of the switch assembly...loosen the screws and roll it appropriately to avoid contact with the lever
Ahhhhhh....

Alright I'll try that. I hope I can still keep my clutch lever adjusted downward after the adjustment though.

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Old 11-16-2012, 01:57 AM   #24500
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From the rules:

"Copyright Issues

We take this stuff seriously.

Do not post copyrighted material. Links to service manuals, illegal .mp3 downloads, etc. will be deleted, and you will be banned."



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It's good to keep an eye on download links but not every download is illegal!
The parts list of some Husqvarna bikes for example can be downloaded from the Husqvarna Germany homepage:

http://husqvarna-motorrad.de/index.php?id=738

This is definitely legal!
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Old 11-17-2012, 10:22 AM   #24501
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Or the US site:

http://www.husqvarna-motorcyclesna.com/manuals.php
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:13 PM   #24502
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Max Battery flashing

Ok first post in here, and yes i tried to search but my patiance of looking thru multiple pages is not there.

So i went to an LED headlight, and i get the max and battery symbol both flashing on dash, i guess the lite does not draw enough. Anything to worry about? can something be added inline to help ?

thanks

Oh and by the way an 07 TE i bought about 7 months ago, love it.
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:22 PM   #24503
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Ok first post in here, and yes i tried to search but my patiance of looking thru multiple pages is not there.

So i went to an LED headlight, and i get the max and battery symbol both flashing on dash, i guess the lite does not draw enough. Anything to worry about? can something be added inline to help ?

thanks

Oh and by the way an 07 TE i bought about 7 months ago, love it.
That's strange,, I just installed my new LED headlight today but everything is fine with mine.

Maybe something got dislodged in the process?
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:28 PM   #24504
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My new to me TE 610

Pulled the trigger on a 2007 TE 610 with 3.000km (2.000 miles). Just ordered a LV complete exhaust system and may will try a JD jet kit as it's a carbed model. So far just changed rear tire as it came with a DS tire. Will check cam chain tensioner when it's around 6.000 miles. So far loving the bike in some 4x4 roads and light trails, but found the suspension to be on the stiff side.
I'm 5'6" tall and 165 lbs w/o gear, but the bike height isn't an issue as I've ridden enduro bikes since when I was a kid.







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Old 11-20-2012, 04:41 PM   #24505
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It's good to keep an eye on download links but not every download is illegal!
The parts list of some Husqvarna bikes for example can be downloaded from the Husqvarna Germany homepage:

http://husqvarna-motorrad.de/index.php?id=738

This is definitely legal!
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Indeed. Both of those links go to the parts manuals.

The service manuals are copyrighted.
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Old 11-20-2012, 04:48 PM   #24506
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iBeat help

Wondering if anyone has a link to an iBeat primer. I've searched and searched and can't find any basic how-to type info (or troubleshooting). I just got the rig, and wondering how to take advantage of it for my 2009 te610.

My primary goal was to reset my blinking neutral light - but the program shows no faults of any kind. Not sure where that leaves me. I also can't adjust FB values (they show 98,100,100).

A few other of the options said "not for this model" when I chose the icon in the tool bar. Really lost here.

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Old 11-20-2012, 07:37 PM   #24507
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Pulled the trigger on a 2007 TE 610 with 3.000km (2.000 miles). Just ordered a LV complete exhaust system and may will try a JD jet kit as it's a carbed model. So far just changed rear tire as it came with a DS tire. Will check cam chain tensioner when it's around 6.000 miles. So far loving the bike in some 4x4 roads and light trails, but found the suspension to be on the stiff side.
I'm 5'6" tall and 165 lbs w/o gear, but the bike height isn't an issue as I've ridden enduro bikes since when I was a kid.
No matter what they tell you around here, the 2007 carb'd 610 was the best year. Great score! :-) I might be a bit biased also.

I am 185# and have a 5 gallon tank - my shock and forks were tuned and I had to install lighter springs to achieve nirvana. I really do love the tuned suspension on this bike. Just soaks up the rocks and roots. I tend to glide over them versus drive around them. My TE450 is untuned and constantly reminds me of why I tuned the 610 suspension. The best part is I did it early so I do not end up saying "I should have done it long ago" :-). The 5 gallon IMS tank is low cost and keeps the weight down low and gets you 200 miles easy. Like a KLR supertanker, someone has to refuel all the KTMs out there. I often think about the 17.5K miles on mine and wonder when and if I will ever find another 2007 with 2K miles as a replacement. I am tempted to get one and store it for the day I eventually retire my current one.
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:01 AM   #24508
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No matter what they tell you around here, the 2007 carb'd 610 was the best year. Great score! :-) I might be a bit biased also.

I am 185# and have a 5 gallon tank - my shock and forks were tuned and I had to install lighter springs to achieve nirvana. I really do love the tuned suspension on this bike. Just soaks up the rocks and roots. I tend to glide over them versus drive around them. My TE450 is untuned and constantly reminds me of why I tuned the 610 suspension. The best part is I did it early so I do not end up saying "I should have done it long ago" :-). The 5 gallon IMS tank is low cost and keeps the weight down low and gets you 200 miles easy. Like a KLR supertanker, someone has to refuel all the KTMs out there. I often think about the 17.5K miles on mine and wonder when and if I will ever find another 2007 with 2K miles as a replacement. I am tempted to get one and store it for the day I eventually retire my current one.
I'm thinking of revalving my susp also and go to softer springs. My biggest concerns are the cam chain. With 17.5K miles have you already changed yours? With how many miles, if so?
Luckily here in Brazil we can found a lot of 610s from 2007 to 2009 with less then 3k miles, so I'll have an option to replace mine when needed.
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:38 AM   #24509
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I'm thinking of revalving my susp also and go to softer springs. My biggest concerns are the cam chain. With 17.5K miles have you already changed yours? With how many miles, if so?
Luckily here in Brazil we can found a lot of 610s from 2007 to 2009 with less then 3k miles, so I'll have an option to replace mine when needed.
Huh? You're replacing it with a used chain or replacing the motor?

A new chain is a $100 part. And my first went out @ about 10k the second has lasted longer, I don't actually know but i'd guess it's 17 or 20 and it's done.
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Old 11-21-2012, 09:36 AM   #24510
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Are you sure you reset it?

I just replaced my water temperature sensor (again) and the flashing neutral stopped immediately. Does your fan run all the time and is it hard to start cold with the choke lever pulled? If so, you likely need a new sensor. I'm on my third in 8,000 miles. A faulty sensor is only time my neutral has ever flashed on my 2008 TE610.

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Wondering if anyone has a link to an iBeat primer. I've searched and searched and can't find any basic how-to type info (or troubleshooting). I just got the rig, and wondering how to take advantage of it for my 2009 te610.

My primary goal was to reset my blinking neutral light - but the program shows no faults of any kind. Not sure where that leaves me. I also can't adjust FB values (they show 98,100,100).

A few other of the options said "not for this model" when I chose the icon in the tool bar. Really lost here.

Thanks.
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