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Old 05-12-2013, 01:35 PM   #25201
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I think it may be the temp sensor as my fan kicks in randomly. But could the sensor be connected with the fact that the bike barely starts when cold?
It could be. It think it goes rich when the sensor fails because the puter is sensing a hot motor. Mine did anyway. It still started okay cold though but I had to give it throttle. I would change the sensor out either way if your fan is acting funny. They have updated the part and its pretty cheap. Under $20 if I remember right.
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Old 05-12-2013, 06:19 PM   #25202
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TCI Sequoia Rack for sale in the Parts section

Hey guys. I was doing some garage cleaning today and decided to list up my TCI Sequoia Rack that I used on my 2009 Husky TE610 - http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...php?p=21394007
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Old 05-16-2013, 01:41 PM   #25203
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I'm finally getting ready to mount up my Safari tank and per the many gas leak issues by others (from Cafe Husky) using the stock o-ring and the uneven mounting surface at the fuel pump area, I thought I'd cut a new thicker gasket from Viton.

Anyone know what the diamter / thickness is of the stock o-ring? I prefer to have all the materials on hand (since I have to order them) prior to disassembly.

Also, would anyone know the actual size / spec of the OEM o-ring? There may be an off chance that there would be a cross match to a product better and cheaper than the Husky part....

Thanks!
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Old 05-16-2013, 01:45 PM   #25204
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I took a long file and "planed" the surface of the tank to almost level (level enough that the o-ring could compensate). There's enough meat in the plastic and the brass inserts to successfully do this. I did it to both the 610 and the 450 last year with no problems.
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I'm finally getting ready to mount up my Safari tank and per the many gas leak issues by others (from Cafe Husky) using the stock o-ring and the uneven mounting surface at the fuel pump area, I thought I'd cut a new thicker gasket from Viton.

Anyone know what the diamter / thickness is of the stock o-ring? I prefer to have all the materials on hand (since I have to order them) prior to disassembly.

Also, would anyone know the actual size / spec of the OEM o-ring? There may be an off chance that there would be a cross match to a product better and cheaper than the Husky part....

Thanks!
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:55 PM   #25205
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I took a long file and "planed" the surface of the tank to almost level (level enough that the o-ring could compensate). There's enough meat in the plastic and the brass inserts to successfully do this. I did it to both the 610 and the 450 last year with no problems.
Thanks! I already started in that direction to a point, but glad to know it's worked! I've got a bit more work to do as the surface is pretty uneven. I'm not really concerned with taking it down a bit as there seems to be plenty of thickness. Did you reuse the original o-ring or replace it?
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:17 PM   #25206
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Thanks! I already started in that direction to a point, but glad to know it's worked! I've got a bit more work to do as the surface is pretty uneven. I'm not really concerned with taking it down a bit as there seems to be plenty of thickness. Did you reuse the original o-ring or replace it?
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Old 05-17-2013, 06:44 PM   #25207
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Motard wheels on te610

I am looking at getting a set of motard wheels for my 09te610. My local shop quoted me 2500 aud for thalons with all the other bits .

I have found a second hand set of sm510 wheels - does anyone know if these will fit ..? Edit - wheels are sold .
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Old 05-17-2013, 10:47 PM   #25208
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Yes the 510 wheels will fit, but you'll need to use the 610 spacers and the 610 rear rotor. The front brake set up would be, of course, completely different. You can use the TE master and caliper with an offset bracket off the fork, but the stock SM Brembo stuff or a Beringer setup would be much better.
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:18 PM   #25209
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Hi guys!

Just picked up a 2000 610te ...

located in Spain ...

after the 640adv this bike really feels much wilder, much more of a large enduro than a trail.

its really like an xr but with elec start .

an amazing bike..!!

Looking fwd to riding it more and discussing this bike with all of you...


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Old 05-20-2013, 04:20 AM   #25210
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You're welcome here, of course, but there is also another thread for the 2000-2005 models, since they are a bit different.
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:46 AM   #25211
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You're welcome here, of course, but there is also another thread for the 2000-2005 models, since they are a bit different.
ok gotcha, thanks, you must mean this thread

http://advrider.com/forums/showthrea...ight=husqvarna
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Old 05-24-2013, 09:27 AM   #25212
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Fuel pump

The fuel pump of my TE610 is no working any more at almost 5 years and 64,800 Km (40,500 miles)
I check the original module and cost $ 606 dollars, too much.

I found only the replacement ( the motor with impulsor ) at $ 70 dollars

The brand http://www.highflowfuel.com/

Below the link to e-bay
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Intank-F...#ht_2371wt_959
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Old 05-30-2013, 12:22 PM   #25213
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New mounting plate for the speedo solved all the routing problems...

Since then I have raised the bars 1 1/16" with no issues.


Don't mean to resurrect an old post or if Boatman is still around, but I'm mounting my X2 HID light and would like to fab up a dash similar to this one. Have it all laid out on the aluminum ready to cut, but would like to know what was done at the handlebar mounts where the surface is "dimpled" for the rubber dampers? Was a flat surface used at the thru-bolts or was it pressed into the shape of the OEM system?

Thanks for the help!
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:57 PM   #25214
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my 610

Well, after owning for a couple months, cleaned it up, took off a few stickers, got a new rear shoe, Pirelli XCMH and a couple of questions...
1. Is it fine to ride without the Tubliss system in the rear, just using a regular tube (for those folks that have the Tubliss system)?
2. On the instrument gauge, what do the digital bars on the left side tell me, as they go up and down?

Thanks for the input, getting ready to take her on the Hooch ride here in GA...my first bonding with her!



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Old 05-30-2013, 07:15 PM   #25215
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The bars are the tach. Don't tell you too much :). There are settings that will show a readout in digits.
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